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Pronunciation:

[p_ˈiː_p_əl], [pˈiːpə͡l], [pˈiːpə‍l]
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Synonyms for People:

category (noun) mankind (noun) people (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for People:

  1. steeple;

Quotes for People:

  1. Good -looking people with strong, fluoridated teeth get things handed to them on platters. Doug Coupland.
  2. This is the kind of situation that can tear people apart. It tears at the fabric of your soul and can certainly tear at your marriage and ours has gotten only stronger. Shelley Fabares.
  3. It means, people who are in high and responsible positions, if they go against righteousness, righteousness itself will get transformed into a destroyer. Abdul Kalam.

Idioms of People:

  1. narrow sth down ( to people or things);
  2. interpose between people or things;
  3. the games ( that) people play;

Adjectives for People:

  • alarming uniformed,
  • stolid or unimaginative,
  • open-minded and cultured,
  • perfectly honest and upstanding,
  • gusty, generous,
  • culturally aware,
  • foremost seafaring,
  • prosperous, carefree,
  • other well-set,
  • interim and few,
  • sensible and responsible,
  • lovable, normal,
  • exciting, mysterious,
  • crazy and crazy,
  • hollow, sour,
  • other gram,
  • vital, quicksilver,
  • mythical and dead,
  • merely sane,
  • flat-headed dark-skinned,
  • singularly wise and witty,
  • good-hearted but shortsighted,
  • violent, frightening,
  • basically noisy,
  • reclusive and solitary,
  • con ordinary,
  • interesting, busy,
  • altruistic and loyal,
  • deeply altruistic and loyal,
  • deeply altruistic,
  • bloodthirsty, brutal,
  • physically plain,
  • older, wealthier,
  • amoral, cynical,
  • wisest and most wonderful,
  • greedy and power-hungry,
  • elegant psychic,
  • sincere and elemental,
  • solemn and superficial,
  • determinedly respectable and commonplace,
  • flattering important,
  • pompous preposterous,
  • rather insupportable,
  • elegant and rather insupportable,
  • consistent and conservative,
  • poetical and optimistic,
  • absent-minded and inconsistent,
  • needy middle-class,
  • poor and practical,
  • stern and joyless,
  • stolid, stern and joyless,
  • expressively sympathetic,
  • evil-minded, selfish,
  • indistinct, middle-aged,
  • peruvian young,
  • essentially thrifty,
  • inconvenient, unpleasant,
  • strait-laced and virtuous,
  • estimable and unfortunate,
  • often exacting and querulous,
  • often exacting,
  • enthusiastic and alive,
  • intelligent, enthusiastic and alive,
  • astute, supple,
  • great but invisible,
  • funniest, sweetest,
  • thoughtless good-natured,
  • unhappy common,
  • happy indoor,
  • inexperienced and artless,
  • civil able-bodied,
  • past homeless,
  • hard-working and respectable,
  • astonishing ordinary,
  • interstellarly newsworthy,
  • honest but passionate,
  • callously curious,
  • smart and well-to-do,
  • far darker and more,
  • constantly shredded,
  • harsh and war-like,
  • sophisticated and technologically superior,
  • irreversibly different,
  • nominally sane,
  • frivolous and distasteful,
  • powerful brutal,
  • evil and obnoxious,
  • interesting, likable,
  • cheerful, expansive,
  • broader but not taller,
  • extraordinarily dead,
  • gouty, disagreeable,
  • solitary, sober,
  • civilized or barbarous,
  • often unpredictable and hard,
  • enough ruthless,
  • blond earthy,
  • sweet and warmhearted,
  • fifty-odd innocent,
  • sleazy blonde,
  • selfish, traitorous,
  • enigmatic, private,
  • persistent and sometimes sarcastic,
  • terrible heartless,
  • annoying, useless,
  • older and foreign,
  • seemingly intelligent and rational,
  • impoverished black,
  • ago simple-minded,
  • well-educated and very courteous,
  • innately conservative,
  • powerfully important,
  • positive, adaptable,
  • solitary and poetic,
  • naturally exquisite,
  • rough timid,
  • aberrationally brave,
  • invalid or delicate,
  • brilliant, self-sufficient,
  • virile new,
  • most mad,
  • actual indigenous,
  • pseudointellectual animal,
  • respectable or timorous,
  • apparently good-natured and hospitable,
  • infinitely lucky,
  • odd, pitiful,
  • way-real crazy,
  • short-lived hairy,
  • stout amiable,
  • steady, family-oriented,
  • pious charitable,
  • intelligent well-to-do,
  • practical, many,
  • commonplace rich,
  • feebly imaginative,
  • habitually good-humored,
  • sympathetic and habitually good-humored,
  • evil or ignorant,
  • ignorant or inexperienced,
  • wondrously innocent,
  • comfortable but not wealthy,
  • literal, brutal,
  • un-vocal,
  • harquhal promising,
  • powerful, fewer,
  • accordingly unshakable and full,
  • accordingly unshakable,
  • owne gracious,
  • smartest and most conscientious,
  • bald helpless,
  • spiritually skeptical,
  • rabidly paranoid,
  • modern sane,
  • happy, cordial,
  • simple unprepared,
  • hard rich,
  • inherently unreliable,
  • ordinary, proper,
  • reasonable and realistic,
  • insolent, unworthy,
  • gaunt stern,
  • remarkable respectable,
  • darn other,
  • helpful and easygoing,
  • nicest, helpful and easygoing,
  • corrupt, vicious,
  • more coolheaded,
  • free and poor,
  • savage but brave,
  • sober hard-working,
  • enterprising, vigorous,
  • honest and intellectual,
  • somewhat wide-awake,
  • noble and most ingenious,
  • charitable prudent,
  • turbulent and military,
  • quite impeccable,
  • altogether deformed,
  • insignificant and altogether deformed,
  • nearest suspicious,
  • shallow and inexperienced,
  • agreeable girlish,
  • rural colored,
  • good, fugitive,
  • thy destitute,
  • excellent and most agreeable,
  • perfectly obedient and industrious,
  • peaceable, innocent,
  • humane, sociable,
  • french-speaking colored,
  • conspicuously profane,
  • garrulous and cheery,
  • idle, blood-thirsty,
  • center-liberal,
  • gay airy,
  • good, civilized,
  • vulgar or ignorant,
  • unreasonably sick,
  • second-rate, solitary,
  • interesting and gallant,
  • turbulent, vexatious,
  • handiest and most helpful,
  • industrious and harmless,
  • generous brazilian,
  • unfit and improper,
  • intelligent, respectable and influential,
  • vagrant and indigent,
  • plain vivacious,
  • good stingy,
  • simple absurd,
  • plump brownish,
  • ordinary but not disagreeable,
  • disappointing respectable,
  • suspicious or unknown,
  • once proud and sensitive,
  • destitute poor,
  • warm-hearted, hospitable,
  • restless or careless,
  • noble and well-educated,
  • rogue many,
  • rich and benighted,
  • innocent playful,
  • mild, specious,
  • poor and covetous,
  • unbiased older,
  • always good-hearted,
  • mature, widespread,
  • attainable, more,
  • morally deaf,
  • refined, estimable,
  • dull and illiterate,
  • somewhat dull and illiterate,
  • imperishable true,
  • sane and sincere,
  • verie lewd,
  • attentive, agreeable,
  • terrible, eccentric,
  • whole, solemn,
  • reasonable or respectable,
  • good-natured and emotional,
  • bright and superficial,
  • jovial, fat,
  • disgustingly well-regulated,
  • original or quaint,
  • squashed other,
  • aggressively forward-looking,
  • captious cautious,
  • happy common,
  • disappointing and distressing,
  • shocking, unsettling,
  • enlightened and spirited,
  • mild, reasonable and obliging,
  • despicable and detestable,
  • idle, depraved,
  • disagreeable other,
  • strongest, happiest,
  • insulting respectable,
  • honest, worth-while,
  • eccentric, peculiar,
  • improvident, degraded,
  • compassionate and estimable,
  • disgusting other,
  • politic or organic,
  • single or political,
  • political or organic,
  • consolidated or centralized,
  • territorial electoral,
  • electoral or territorial,
  • acceptable and deserving,
  • intoxicating other,
  • particularly modest,
  • unsuspecting great,
  • most deaf,
  • juvenile, handsome,
  • ardent and superstitious,
  • especially out-of-town,
  • particularly truthful,
  • deplorably sordid,
  • capable large,
  • bumptious colored,
  • thy solicitous,
  • personally loathsome,
  • unscrupulous and personally loathsome,
  • surgically normal,
  • decent normal,
  • deliberately stinging,
  • marvelous, creative,
  • ignorant but smart,
  • docile, cooperative,
  • certainly nicer,
  • materialistic and aggressive,
  • nasty, materialistic and aggressive,
  • possibly fierce and warlike,
  • possibly fierce,
  • real and likable,
  • radically crazy,
  • brilliant, unfocused,
  • other unfocused,
  • bright but surprisingly naive,
  • eminent, eminent,
  • odd-looking reddish,
  • surely unconscious,
  • sane clean,
  • brave, noble and generous,
  • intelligent and wisest,
  • simple-mindedly violent,
  • quite rough and loyal,
  • golden perfect,
  • crazy, deluded,
  • disheveled and untidy,
  • abnormally healthy and energetic,
  • valuable or beloved,
  • keenly scientific,
  • patriotic or self-respecting,
  • personally hollow or empty,
  • personally hollow,
  • however decent and honest,
  • astoundingly difficult,
  • genuinely ambitious,
  • defenseless and vulnerable,
  • abrupt, red-faced,
  • congenitally rich,
  • away fastidious,
  • great or influential,
  • hardworking poor,
  • wealthy or famous,
  • charming, rollicking,
  • partly immune,
  • numerous well-equipped,
  • idiosyncratic individual,
  • fine, lazy,
  • oddly artistic,
  • strong and knowledgeable,
  • warlike and prolific,
  • sharp, unemotional,
  • shabby and impudent,
  • gloomy, depressed,
  • fiercer and harder,
  • bravest or most desperate,
  • nearly autonomous,
  • somewhat xenophobic,
  • cheerfully voluble,
  • worthy but little,
  • violent and moody,
  • good, sick,
  • paltry, hypocritical,
  • always suspicious and hostile,
  • diseased, desperate,
  • humiliating decent,
  • polite and warlike,
  • quietly hardworking,
  • heartless, powerful,
  • joyless silent,
  • older self-sufficient,
  • hundred-odd, dazed and disorganized,
  • hopelessly ineligible,
  • extremely ignorant and stupid,
  • twenty-fifth, several,
  • younger, few,
  • distressing old,
  • thin, elemental,
  • stout suburban,
  • fortunate and average,
  • many six-foot,
  • muddy, disgruntled,
  • ever able-bodied,
  • useful, miraculous,
  • somber and humorless,
  • indomitable, nomadic,
  • early civilized and dominant,
  • civilized and dominant,
  • maritime, commercial,
  • natural, unaffected and gifted,
  • miserable, downcast,
  • well-behaved, serious,
  • uneducated and unpolished,
  • strange warlike,
  • viable, separate,
  • completely unchallenged,
  • playful, cheerful,
  • noisy well-dressed,
  • gracious, well-to-do,
  • away ordinary,
  • strictly superior,
  • expansive and creative,
  • cruel and demented,
  • hairy aboriginal,
  • middle-aged, businesslike,
  • grave and proud,
  • medium-sized blond,
  • other nonoptimal,
  • remarkably law-abiding,
  • hard-working and honorable,
  • sophisticated and admirable,
  • dazzling, sensitive,
  • unconscious bicameral,
  • dreadfully several,
  • elegant and gorgeous,
  • vicious and unfortunate,
  • lively chatty,
  • drearily practical,
  • terribly paranoid,
  • acute well-educated,
  • prominent and amusing,
  • prosperous childless,
  • troublesome poor,
  • manifestly commonplace,
  • people criminal,
  • bad people criminal,
  • annoying and unnecessary,
  • whole doltish,
  • virtually speechless,
  • incredibly contemptible,
  • real canting,
  • extraordinary or curious,
  • ordinarily courageous,
  • serious-minded and muscular,
  • carrion lean,
  • urban, refined,
  • fundamentally rationalistic,
  • middling and common,
  • curacao national,
  • stalwart and quarrelsome,
  • refined and warm-hearted,
  • youngish and sarcastic,
  • eager and useless,
  • shallow and improvident,
  • illusive old,
  • uncongenial and superfluous,
  • quite uncongenial and superfluous,
  • ambitious, discontented,
  • nice attentive,
  • tolerably modest,
  • rightly pleasing,
  • intelligent and freedom-loving,
  • comparatively intelligent and freedom-loving,
  • perfectly sane and competent,
  • agricultural and warlike,
  • inferior and even wicked,
  • ambitious common,
  • astonishingly loquacious,
  • dirty other,
  • young and very bright-eyed,
  • simple barbarous,
  • frequently cunning,
  • sentimental common,
  • brave and oppressed,
  • famous and well-born,
  • vain or vulgar,
  • tortuous and indirect,
  • fat and freckled,
  • impatient and impulsive,
  • irresponsible and dishonest,
  • comparatively proper,
  • comparatively proper and virtuous,
  • eminently imaginative,
  • savage but ingenious,
  • curious and indifferent,
  • extensive, few,
  • worthy, industrious and curious,
  • superstitious and bigoted,
  • amusing and facetious,
  • vast and still muscular,
  • common or poor,
  • warlike and enlightened,
  • seemingly thoughtless,
  • beardless and short-lived,
  • generally beardless and short-lived,
  • generally beardless,
  • affable and doubtful,
  • estimable and remarkable,
  • disheartening young,
  • candid and very intelligent,
  • poorest creditable,
  • sober and parsimonious,
  • dullest and most selfish,
  • many half-dressed,
  • practical and industrious,
  • self-respecting free,
  • virtuous and laborious,
  • free, spirited,
  • poor ravenous,
  • giddy or thoughtless,
  • odd or extraordinary,
  • seriously gay,
  • thoughtful and genuine,
  • indeed enterprising,
  • respectable and indeed enterprising,
  • easily serious,
  • above-mentioned blind,
  • refined, polite,
  • queer nomadic,
  • deformed, ignorant,
  • law-abiding, mighty,
  • commonly studious,
  • fruitlessly abject,
  • highly grammatical,
  • wretched, odious,
  • revolutionary common,
  • fatly prosperous,
  • luxurious quiet,
  • particularly unimportant,
  • chiefly well-to-do,
  • familiar indifferent,
  • mostly creative,
  • dark and pedantic,
  • charming and disinterested,
  • rough and impudent,
  • indivisible and divine,
  • great, indivisible and divine,
  • miserably deluded,
  • whimsical, perverse,
  • industrious, happy,
  • now superficial,
  • moral, commercial,
  • sensual, luxurious,
  • imperatively noticeable,
  • silent and severe,
  • foreign and kindred,
  • unmistakably loyal,
  • inflated and vain,
  • already inflated and vain,
  • alert and responsible,
  • independent and deeply religious,
  • civilized, domestic,
  • tolerably conscientious,
  • enterprising maritime,
  • appropriate free,
  • foolhardy or evil,
  • simple, evil,
  • slender and particular,
  • vivid impressive,
  • mad or senseless,
  • willing other,
  • unrecognizable other,
  • happy, gnomelike,
  • ordinary, uncomplicated,
  • strangely private,
  • likely interesting,
  • stout, well-cared-for,
  • superfluous and tiresome,
  • hypocritical, grown-up,
  • extremely amenable,
  • peculiar, wonderful,
  • excessively obese,
  • superstitious, common,
  • extremely popular and prosperous,
  • stupid and mindless,
  • pious virtuous,
  • gifted noble,
  • steady and old-fashioned,
  • weary other,
  • simple separate,
  • idiot or insane,
  • rude and migratory,
  • perfectly unsympathetic,
  • pastoral and vagrant,
  • purely pastoral and vagrant,
  • superior and worthier,
  • mysterious and unscrupulous,
  • steady, excellent,
  • formerly hostile and antagonistic,
  • nondescript tribal,
  • shameless and tyrannical,
  • essentially sensitive and receptive,
  • essentially sensitive,
  • foolish, unscrupulous,
  • idiot & other,
  • outdoor rustic,
  • proud and once wealthy,
  • thoughtless, gay,
  • unreasonably cheerful,
  • uncomfortable anti-social,
  • incredibly disinterested,
  • silent, civil,
  • narrow and self-righteous,
  • old-fashioned or singular,
  • brisk and beautiful,
  • remarkable bearded,
  • enjoyably human,
  • deformed and tattered,
  • curious poor,
  • nevertheless crazy,
  • delightful, conventional,
  • essentially unpolitical,
  • benighted gaelic,
  • nominally sovereign,
  • pious and ignorant,
  • peaceable and hard-working,
  • cooler and abler,
  • unexpected and judicious,
  • lazy and impartial,
  • infinitely sallow,
  • trifling and unknown,
  • ignorant literary,
  • horrid, wonderful,
  • dusky, diminutive,
  • lazy and delicate,
  • black, pathetic,
  • poor or indigent,
  • furiously romantic,
  • frivolous and versatile,
  • unknown devout,
  • sanctified, peculiar,
  • illiterate and indifferent,
  • abnormally modest,
  • warmhearted and lovable,
  • exalted and aristocratic,
  • naturally inconsistent and enthusiastic,
  • naturally inconsistent,
  • impatient and ardent,
  • serious, submissive,
  • supremely hospitable,
  • nasty pious,
  • rebellious perverse,
  • seemingly sane,
  • completely loyal and talented,
  • surpassingly decent,
  • sunny, helpless,
  • enough theatrical,
  • foolish, hardy,
  • numerous and mischievous,
  • automatic push-button,
  • mature and elegant,
  • stupid, depressed,
  • habitually reclusive,
  • unethical rich,
  • panicked and desperate,
  • certainly inhospitable,
  • therefore decent,
  • trivial, empty,
  • absolutely desperate and incapable,
  • powerful, senior,
  • irrepressibly enthusiastic,
  • generous and few,
  • many gullible,
  • regrettably exotic,
  • noisy, belligerent,
  • polite, civil,
  • notoriously brave,
  • alien, peculiar,
  • still hot and ready,
  • balanced or logical,
  • gentle and amorous,
  • english-speaking irish,
  • terrible but most fascinating,
  • least helpless,
  • younger, fiercer,
  • stark and disapproving,
  • singularly fussy,
  • well-regulated nomadic,
  • strikingly open,
  • nervous and gentle,
  • smaller woodland,
  • courteous, cruel and ancient,
  • poor but brilliant,
  • sure cheerful,
  • completely self-assured,
  • tough and desperate,
  • clever or unscrupulous,
  • necessarily nice or polite,
  • necessarily nice,
  • exciting, fantastic,
  • reasonable and open-minded,
  • sexually uptight,
  • panicky, ordinary,
  • supposedly neutral and independent,
  • childless single,
  • naturally maritime,
  • nervous and respectable,
  • boring other,
  • chaste and delightful,
  • totally spotless,
  • swarthy, dried-up,
  • formidable and incalculable,
  • sleekly prosperous,
  • rare hot-tempered,
  • sometimes awkward and obvious,
  • young and uneducated,
  • heartless and uncaring,
  • stilted, contorted,
  • conscientious and mature,
  • seriously futile,
  • civilized, long-settled,
  • often well-connected,
  • knowledgeable and often well-connected,
  • genuine crazy,
  • creative and athletic,
  • outlandish aboriginal,
  • certainly ordinary,
  • crafty and most direct,
  • intelligent but trusting,
  • inept, unproductive,
  • courteous gentle,
  • crafty and unjust,
  • cruel and inventive,
  • eleventh wealthiest,
  • smartest and most able,
  • uncommonly strong and compact,
  • credible, well-informed,
  • perhaps grown-up,
  • odd ignorant,
  • funny plump,
  • fairly mountainous,
  • squalid and withered,
  • estimable and excellent,
  • generous and impartial,
  • amiable pre-historic,
  • restless and absurd,
  • studiously calm and cultured,
  • unsentimental and cynical,
  • angry and self-interested,
  • apparently lucid,
  • french poor,
  • independent and unbound,
  • free, independent and unbound,
  • jocund and energetic,
  • reluctant and almost rebellious,
  • always interesting and agreeable,
  • new and sometimes queer,
  • still watchful and alert,
  • old and hitherto faithful,
  • festival new,
  • continually absent,
  • truly evil or indifferent,
  • strong and stupid,
  • nice, optimistic,
  • girlishly freckled,
  • psychic, other,
  • quietly formidable,
  • quiet miserable,
  • terrible, lawless,
  • warlike bygone,
  • decent and helpless,
  • prosaic and respectable,
  • distant, magical,
  • most despicable,
  • entire polluted,
  • loving and most lovable,
  • literary etherial,
  • previously rational,
  • lean, genial,
  • casual, tough-minded,
  • hillbilly weird,
  • well-meaning generous,
  • homeless or old,
  • disturbing civilized,
  • normal proportioned,
  • sure primitive,
  • abysmally foolish,
  • gay and polite,
  • virtuous or innocent,
  • franker and simpler,
  • military and powerful,
  • innumerable and warlike,
  • bankrupt or other,
  • plain and sovereign,
  • bright and warm-hearted,
  • dirty, revolting,
  • wealthy and well-bred,
  • evil-minded and seditious,
  • waspish, discontented,
  • temperate, industrious,
  • white, prosperous,
  • free, enterprising,
  • meek, like-minded,
  • superstitious or highly imaginative,
  • intolerant, fanatical,
  • nice, stylish,
  • decent and confidential,
  • quickwitted spanish,
  • intellectual and industrious,
  • homogeneous and martial,
  • plain self-governing,
  • self-sufficient, successful,
  • well-dressed, clear-eyed,
  • silent, sallow,
  • joyful, many,
  • discreet, grave,
  • thoroughly depraved and vicious,
  • evil or indifferent,
  • normal naked,
  • wicked and greedy,
  • clearly complex,
  • own clannish,
  • invisible attractive,
  • notoriously ornamental,
  • merely middle-class,
  • genuinely brilliant,
  • older coloured,
  • moral and prudent,
  • useful, industrious,
  • undoubtedly competent,
  • industrious and curious,
  • also fewer and fewer,
  • hard and unsentimental,
  • quite stable,
  • unfortunate, miserable,
  • black and oriental,
  • presumably human,
  • useless or vulgar,
  • otherwise captivating,
  • ignorant and illiberal,
  • naturally diplomatic,
  • thorough worthy,
  • frail, youngish,
  • ferocious or warlike,
  • never harmful or destructive,
  • never harmful,
  • enormously selfish,
  • loving unlovable,
  • one-inch high,
  • similarly amoral,
  • free and victorious,
  • subtle unethical,
  • wonderful, admirable,
  • own, innocent,
  • single, well-known,
  • impartial but prestigious,
  • feckless, trivial,
  • foolish deranged,
  • rather selfless,
  • mildly objectionable,
  • amiable and complacent,
  • noble, ducal,
  • proud or haughty,
  • tiresome and unattractive,
  • handsome or otherwise captivating,
  • well-dressed, stylish,
  • inconsistent and despicable,
  • equally inconsistent and despicable,
  • good or loyal,
  • unhappily impracticable,
  • well-bred, generous,
  • ordinary, uneducated,
  • specialized and distinctive,
  • primarily poor,
  • interesting but queer,
  • insignificant and helpless,
  • quite law-abiding,
  • malicious, vindictive,
  • clean-shaven, silent,
  • buxom and cheerful,
  • bustling and genial,
  • gnarled, dried-up,
  • alive and individual,
  • irritable important,
  • relatively ethical,
  • sane and well-adjusted,
  • slight and agile,
  • distant, self-contained,
  • irritable and pessimistic,
  • gloomy, irritable and pessimistic,
  • token sane,
  • innocent and hospitable,
  • savage other,
  • spotlessly pure and innocent,
  • sufficiently crooked,
  • good and commonplace,
  • extinct mythical,
  • heartless and essentially vulgar,
  • able but poor,
  • poorer and simpler,
  • essentially merry,
  • inordinately selfish,
  • wholesome, every-day,
  • mainly theological and political,
  • perverse or refractory,
  • important, powerful,
  • large and somewhat clumsy,
  • sensible and devout,
  • enough sick,
  • more-or-less innocent,
  • spotlessly pure,
  • common-sense and commonplace,
  • delightful other,
  • concrete young,
  • powerful and cynical,
  • capable and strong,
  • angry, thirsty,
  • quiet, exemplary,
  • extremely uncivil,
  • good, vicious,
  • stolidly respectable,
  • courageous, nobler,
  • wealthy and effeminate,
  • crazy net,
  • notmal,
  • nice notmal,
  • middle-aged, slim,
  • strange, intrusive,
  • probably convincing,
  • mere daytime,
  • remote, many,
  • stupid ethnic,
  • inconvenient poor,
  • sure ordinary,
  • franciscan literary,
  • commonly gifted,
  • long-suffering, good,
  • naturally good-hearted and intelligent,
  • selfish and contentious,
  • heretofore colored,
  • foreign seafaring,
  • smart or creative,
  • subtly formidable,
  • temperamental real,
  • fundamentally good-hearted,
  • fluffy, blue-eyed,
  • crafty evil,
  • composite and cosmopolitan,
  • frantic half-clad,
  • belated and anxious,
  • gay serious,
  • uncertain and elusive,
  • rather uncertain and elusive,
  • commonplace and inexperienced,
  • night-mostly middle-aged,
  • night-mostly middle-aged and old,
  • civilized and patriotic,
  • ignorant grown-up,
  • weak and highly nervous,
  • simple, agricultural,
  • interesting and companionable,
  • fierce and brutish,
  • lavishly hospitable,
  • strong and equitable,
  • complex official,
  • composite international,
  • honorable and pious,
  • many hairless,
  • mostly uninhabitable,
  • truly intelligent or magical,
  • especially nonmagical,
  • strong and responsible,
  • cool, contemplative,
  • unobtrusive but very ancient,
  • stupid energetic,
  • lewd and idle,
  • gracious, unassuming,
  • intelligent or magical,
  • powerfully talented,
  • enlightened, civilized,
  • picturesque colored,
  • entirely urban,
  • immediately annoying,
  • naive and humble,
  • curiously naive and humble,
  • indifferent or selfish,
  • discreet and most polite,
  • oppressed and suspicious,
  • cruelly oppressed and suspicious,
  • paltry and tiresome,
  • generally persistent,
  • false and perverse,
  • vague modern,
  • vulgar, uneducated,
  • small, many,
  • utterly free,
  • feeble and foolish,
  • sophisticated knowledgeable,
  • serious, wise,
  • just like-minded,
  • thin and very agile,
  • bully weaker,
  • stupid bovine,
  • cheap many,
  • smart, skilled,
  • obedient and thoughtful,
  • literate, obedient and thoughtful,
  • unregistered unemployed,
  • wealthy, unhappy,
  • unusually soft and sensitive,
  • odious and loathsome,
  • cruelly oppressed,
  • many evil-minded,
  • solemnly deliberate,
  • most sane,
  • essentially common,
  • serious alternative,
  • hungarian democratic,
  • often monotonous or painful,
  • selfish or foolish,
  • stringy, brown,
  • fickle other,
  • heedless and unnecessary,
  • frivolous, idle,
  • african, indigenous,
  • foolish, inexperienced,
  • more disparate,
  • free and brave,
  • marxist-dominated,
  • unicameral general,
  • immortal young,
  • unicameral national,
  • unicameral,
  • free colored,
  • most.
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