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Pronunciation:

[p_ˈɜː_s_ə_n], [pˈɜːsən], [pˈɜːsən]
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Synonyms for Person:

person (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Person:

  1. worsen;
  2. layperson, mcpherson;

Quotes for Person:

  1. Just because you're upfront with someone doesn't mean you're an honest person you might just be someone in the passenger seat. Brian Celio.
  2. Young readers have to be entertained. No child reads fiction because they think it's going to make them a better person Mark Haddon.
  3. The person who can be only serious or only cheerful, is but half a man. Leigh Hunt.

Idioms of Person:

  1. about/ on your person
  2. in person
  3. in the person of sb;

Adjectives for Person:

  • footloose religious,
  • intelligent mature,
  • somewhat pushy,
  • attractive, gentle,
  • wealthiest nonexistent,
  • charismatic and overwhelming,
  • oddest and most amazing,
  • thoughtful, delightful,
  • foolish, rigid,
  • enormously smart,
  • energetic and quarrelsome,
  • imaginary silver-haired,
  • sick and disagreeable,
  • ancient, sick and disagreeable,
  • gracious and valiant,
  • developmentally disadvantaged,
  • goddamned fascinating,
  • important and very busy,
  • tediously predictable,
  • dramatic, dynamic,
  • old or handicapped,
  • normal self-destructive,
  • disagreeable and unsocial,
  • hysterical retarded,
  • separate, real,
  • competent and sometimes smart,
  • gaunt crazy,
  • reliable, truthful,
  • simple, muscular,
  • pedantically careful,
  • kindest, wisest,
  • archetypal cool,
  • possibly vulnerable,
  • comparably knowledgeable,
  • good-looking, nice,
  • basically dominant,
  • hypothetical further,
  • mysterious thirteenth,
  • damned dependable,
  • tall, pink and purple,
  • easy, adaptable,
  • visionary and morbid,
  • visually alarming,
  • brashest, liveliest,
  • gentle and genuinely good,
  • conspicuously evil,
  • detestable, impudent,
  • consistently unlucky or unfortunate,
  • consistently unlucky,
  • open and exceedingly frank,
  • essentially likable,
  • quiet and likable,
  • unsocially obese,
  • unsartorially elegant,
  • combative lower-class,
  • repeatedly offensive,
  • abso\-lutely ordinary,
  • evil and perfidious,
  • damn boring,
  • next smartest,
  • all-time stupidest,
  • dead famous,
  • obsessively honest,
  • timid, publicity-shy,
  • exceedingly quick and powerful,
  • exceptionally social,
  • unsocial, dissatisfied,
  • incapable, ignorant,
  • approachable and adaptable,
  • hesitant, restless,
  • smart older,
  • awkward and impossible,
  • improbable and unsuspected,
  • peaceful, nonviolent,
  • nervous and neurotic,
  • potentially alive,
  • more, pleasant,
  • violent and detestable,
  • sincere, compassionate,
  • regular, down-to-earth,
  • tall, exuberant,
  • sour, rigid,
  • ladylike and superior,
  • less phony,
  • `deliciously feminine,
  • calm, well-adjusted,
  • discreet intelligent,
  • extraordinarily indiscreet,
  • strong-willed, confident,
  • young and mentally alert,
  • young, secular,
  • slender, shortsighted,
  • self-assured and articulate,
  • truly noncommercial,
  • proportioned small,
  • small and rather unsavory,
  • endearing, benevolent,
  • meticulous and careful,
  • enormously sentimental,
  • utterly alive,
  • energetic and subtle,
  • angular, flighty,
  • slightly obnoxious but necessary,
  • shamelessly talkative,
  • useless normal,
  • basically healthy,
  • sneaky and revolting,
  • laid-back, fun-loving,
  • emotionally fascinating,
  • reasonably nonsuicidal,
  • highly polite and civilized,
  • larger famous,
  • totally dishonest,
  • legion imperial,
  • pink-cheeked, sandy-haired,
  • decent and unassuming,
  • modest, decent and unassuming,
  • talented, morbid,
  • important, brilliant,
  • ordinary and uncreative,
  • rarely instructive and agreeable,
  • rarely instructive,
  • dense, secretive,
  • reasonable, respectable,
  • slender, catlike,
  • well-adjusted, religious,
  • well-known, recognizable,
  • national missing,
  • utter lonesome,
  • jealous, pathetic,
  • overly charismatic,
  • crazy delusional,
  • singular, incredible,
  • rational and inquisitive,
  • unhappy homeless,
  • somewhat nervous and hypochondriacal,
  • professionally well-informed,
  • narrow, imitative,
  • itinerant commercial,
  • sane english-speaking,
  • parochially important,
  • domestic and harmless,
  • a er particularly cheerful and genial,
  • a er particularly cheerful,
  • average noisy,
  • thoughtful middle-aged,
  • sensible, refined,
  • crafty or covetous,
  • abundant and florid,
  • disgustingly brutal,
  • humble and unimportant,
  • dear, discreet,
  • particularly conscientious,
  • insignificant and secondary,
  • good-natured but essentially selfish,
  • extraordinary nameless,
  • pious short,
  • single drunk,
  • bolder, shameless,
  • important, rich,
  • fake underage,
  • evil, stupid and miserable,
  • angular and planar,
  • graciously gifted,
  • biggest stupid,
  • awkward, unattractive,
  • immensely eminent,
  • resourceful, loving,
  • normally selfish,
  • dimply blonde,
  • supremely righteous,
  • ultimately righteous,
  • thorough small,
  • philadelphia-area,
  • boastful and incompetent,
  • wretchedly boastful and incompetent,
  • wretchedly boastful,
  • timid and insignificant,
  • constantly sad and gloomy,
  • constantly sad,
  • boyish, common,
  • famous sick,
  • stable, substantial,
  • previously reasonable,
  • sweet and seemingly superficial,
  • variable young,
  • poor but exemplary,
  • desperately poor but exemplary,
  • slippery and changeable,
  • extremely foreign,
  • objectionable and unpleasant,
  • intelligent and joyful,
  • honest and very respectable,
  • inefficient and disreputable,
  • complacent and unsympathetic,
  • insufferably complacent and unsympathetic,
  • insufferably complacent,
  • deaf or demented,
  • greedy, odious,
  • disquietingly youthful,
  • orphan young,
  • elder big,
  • execptionally pacific,
  • vaguely sane,
  • good-looking, forceful,
  • terrifyingly practical,
  • musically sophisticated,
  • tallest chinese,
  • deeply creepy,
  • shrewdest and most vicious,
  • curious and very private,
  • literate, pleasant,
  • mild, watchful,
  • masterful, genial,
  • professionally whiskered,
  • naturally unreasonable,
  • dreadfully sulky,
  • ladylike elegant,
  • vulgar, offensive,
  • charmingly reasonable,
  • hopelessly disappointing,
  • real shallow,
  • dim and frumpy,
  • sober and pragmatic,
  • terribly sober,
  • terribly sober and pragmatic,
  • wide-eyed homeless,
  • lithe dark-skinned,
  • relatively bizarre,
  • habitually aggressive,
  • exclusive and immaculate,
  • dark-haired, demure,
  • eccentric and somewhat ominous,
  • extremely uncomplicated,
  • confident and intelligent,
  • busiest motionless,
  • amazingly sane,
  • young and altogether inexperienced,
  • quite abstracted,
  • remote and quite abstracted,
  • grown-up and independent,
  • coldly decorous,
  • cylindrical clerical,
  • latter-day, civilised,
  • cynical artistic,
  • idle and flimsy,
  • rather idle and flimsy,
  • tremendously compact and busy,
  • tremendously compact,
  • curiously contemptible,
  • curiously contemptible and useless,
  • cynical, malicious,
  • graver little,
  • weak, annoying,
  • analytical and nervous,
  • quaintly natural,
  • rotund, cautious,
  • illiterate untrained,
  • cold-blooded and thoughtful,
  • somewhat gross and vulgar,
  • unflaggingly industrious,
  • supernaturally amorous,
  • exceptional, dramatic,
  • healthy magnetic,
  • pragmatical and vain,
  • propitious old,
  • unusually unfortunate,
  • half-crazy sentimental,
  • last-named venerable,
  • modest and estimable,
  • well-informed and active,
  • wicked and disaffected,
  • sympathetic and gentle,
  • phlogistical,
  • syllogistical, phlogistical,
  • talkative, important,
  • lavish and magnanimous,
  • cruel, misanthropical,
  • disagreeable and antique,
  • common, senseless,
  • curiously well-informed,
  • sedate and domestic,
  • different and highly important,
  • seemingly well-informed,
  • malicious, evil-minded,
  • indifferent and unscrupulous,
  • courageous, sincere,
  • sincere and decent,
  • eminently ordinary,
  • terribly greedy,
  • seal, such,
  • athletic but uncouth,
  • honorable and highly respectable,
  • careless or malignant,
  • suitable and estimable,
  • judicially competent,
  • morose and thrifty,
  • nicest merriest,
  • far-off mythical,
  • crotchety, fantastic,
  • clear-headed, true and faithful,
  • sacred or beloved,
  • twice wealthy,
  • respectable and twice wealthy,
  • youthful and interesting,
  • twice unfortunate,
  • everlasting glorious,
  • common politic,
  • contentious turbulent,
  • untrustworthy, tricky,
  • exceedingly reticent,
  • monstrous impudent,
  • tactful and popular,
  • husky good-looking,
  • previously unthinking,
  • grand, unromantic,
  • polite, pleasing and plausible,
  • all-round dependable,
  • strange noble,
  • enterprising, knowledgeable,
  • good-natured agreeable,
  • steady amiable,
  • native or coloured,
  • timid academic,
  • truly orthodox and apostolical,
  • ladylike, pleasant,
  • hospitable, agreeable,
  • indigent and worthless,
  • well-defined divine,
  • silent, cadaverous,
  • appreciative, peremptory,
  • legally clean,
  • weak and soft-headed,
  • fine and rather terrifying,
  • absolutely loving,
  • strange and unmarried,
  • modest, worthy and handsome,
  • portly overdressed,
  • often suspicious and unhappy,
  • thoroughly dogmatical,
  • insultingly magnanimous,
  • prosperous private,
  • clever or agreeable,
  • frail, guilty,
  • idiot or fatuous,
  • studious but easy-going,
  • average non-mechanical,
  • maliciously obtuse,
  • calm, ladylike,
  • refined and extraordinary,
  • equally snow-white,
  • educational young,
  • dense and obtuse,
  • seventh and free,
  • excitingly agreeable,
  • curiously philanthropic and eccentric,
  • curiously philanthropic,
  • practically clever,
  • ladylike, quiet,
  • inefficient, well-meaning,
  • completely thoroughbred,
  • harsh quarrelsome,
  • complex, official,
  • official mediatorial,
  • official, mediatorial,
  • worthless, pitiful,
  • decayed professional,
  • rigidly careless,
  • captious and cynical,
  • responsible and enlightened,
  • humane, discreet,
  • peculiar but excellent,
  • adaptable, sociable,
  • common unimaginative,
  • unknown and singularly unfortunate,
  • next guileless,
  • dishonest, careless,
  • impulsive and charming,
  • seemingly dismal,
  • deliberately selfish,
  • tawdry and detestable,
  • magnificent, tawdry and detestable,
  • self-conscious or bashful,
  • strange and unrelated,
  • unimaginative and prosaic,
  • utterly unimaginative and prosaic,
  • hungry or unsuccessful,
  • bravest and most cheerful,
  • new and opulent,
  • human, jovial,
  • odiously cheerful,
  • diseased or polluted,
  • cadaverous, middle-aged,
  • unassuming and obliging,
  • massive and imperturbable,
  • serious, awkward,
  • valiantly honest,
  • silent and totally unimpressive,
  • detestably wicked,
  • musically illiterate,
  • socially independent,
  • extremely sweet and agreeable,
  • cunning intriguing,
  • brilliant and hypochondriacal,
  • meritorious or successful,
  • charitable or interested,
  • vigorous, pugnacious,
  • sensitive or alert,
  • exceptionally odious,
  • honorable and serviceable,
  • truly pious and intelligent,
  • spineless, unpleasant,
  • furtive oriental,
  • extraordinary or incomparable,
  • judicious or agreeable,
  • wicked or worthless,
  • lazy, lumpish,
  • commonplace handsome,
  • ungrateful or deceitful,
  • deserving and honest,
  • perfectly well-regulated,
  • precise and perfectly well-regulated,
  • practically excellent,
  • nervous or spasmodical,
  • serious and divine,
  • grave, serious and divine,
  • small but very shrewd,
  • weakest and most diminutive,
  • restless, intrepid,
  • arrogant, formal,
  • ambitious or proud,
  • sanguine or hot-tempered,
  • ignorant, empty,
  • painful, diligent,
  • sociable and expansive,
  • natural and fittest,
  • single and comparatively unknown,
  • former charitable,
  • splendid and cultured,
  • rather splendid and cultured,
  • strange, fascinating and wicked,
  • romantic but equivocal,
  • strongest and most rugged,
  • inquisitive or prying,
  • diminutive or deformed,
  • gullible or soft,
  • funny, humorous,
  • unsteady, volatile,
  • clever or artful,
  • soft or stupid,
  • stupid or obtuse,
  • indolent, inactive,
  • credulous, gullible,
  • troublesome or inquisitive,
  • waspish, diminutive,
  • sordidly domestic,
  • wonderfully graphic and instructive,
  • ambitious, restless and intriguing,
  • particularly high-minded,
  • abjectly simple,
  • aggressive, revolutionary,
  • wealthy and appreciative,
  • blind or careless,
  • essentially genuine,
  • decent, amiable,
  • impressively haughty,
  • dangerous pestilent,
  • particularly dishonest,
  • injurious or disreputable,
  • exceedingly commonplace and dull,
  • entirely modest,
  • dubious and intrusive,
  • imaginative and susceptible,
  • weak but ambitious,
  • curiously intrusive,
  • idle or curiously intrusive,
  • stylish and plump,
  • well-educated charming,
  • strikingly vain,
  • malicious and strikingly vain,
  • unsatisfactory and disappointing,
  • dear proper,
  • young or unarmed,
  • open-minded and cultured,
  • sensible and responsible,
  • exciting, mysterious,
  • singularly wise and witty,
  • basically noisy,
  • amoral, cynical,
  • wisest and most wonderful,
  • elegant psychic,
  • sincere and elemental,
  • rather insupportable,
  • elegant and rather insupportable,
  • absent-minded and inconsistent,
  • expressively sympathetic,
  • indistinct, middle-aged,
  • inconvenient, unpleasant,
  • strait-laced and virtuous,
  • enthusiastic and alive,
  • intelligent, enthusiastic and alive,
  • astute, supple,
  • great but invisible,
  • funniest, sweetest,
  • thoughtless good-natured,
  • inexperienced and artless,
  • civil able-bodied,
  • nominally sane,
  • interesting, likable,
  • broader but not taller,
  • gouty, disagreeable,
  • solitary, sober,
  • blond earthy,
  • sleazy blonde,
  • terrible heartless,
  • annoying, useless,
  • older and foreign,
  • well-educated and very courteous,
  • innately conservative,
  • powerfully important,
  • solitary and poetic,
  • aberrationally brave,
  • invalid or delicate,
  • odd, pitiful,
  • stout amiable,
  • feebly imaginative,
  • evil or ignorant,
  • ignorant or inexperienced,
  • wondrously innocent,
  • accordingly unshakable and full,
  • accordingly unshakable,
  • owne gracious,
  • spiritually skeptical,
  • ordinary, proper,
  • reasonable and realistic,
  • insolent, unworthy,
  • gaunt stern,
  • more coolheaded,
  • somewhat wide-awake,
  • noble and most ingenious,
  • altogether deformed,
  • insignificant and altogether deformed,
  • nearest suspicious,
  • agreeable girlish,
  • excellent and most agreeable,
  • conspicuously profane,
  • garrulous and cheery,
  • turbulent, vexatious,
  • handiest and most helpful,
  • unfit and improper,
  • plain vivacious,
  • plump brownish,
  • ordinary but not disagreeable,
  • suspicious or unknown,
  • destitute poor,
  • restless or careless,
  • noble and well-educated,
  • mild, specious,
  • unbiased older,
  • dull and illiterate,
  • somewhat dull and illiterate,
  • imperishable true,
  • sane and sincere,
  • verie lewd,
  • attentive, agreeable,
  • terrible, eccentric,
  • whole, solemn,
  • reasonable or respectable,
  • jovial, fat,
  • disgustingly well-regulated,
  • original or quaint,
  • mild, reasonable and obliging,
  • despicable and detestable,
  • eccentric, peculiar,
  • acceptable and deserving,
  • particularly modest,
  • juvenile, handsome,
  • particularly truthful,
  • deplorably sordid,
  • capable large,
  • bumptious colored,
  • consistently unjust,
  • beauteous or virtuous,
  • religious and very emotional,
  • idiot, insane,
  • wide-awake, shrewd,
  • defiant, unafraid,
  • remorseful young,
  • loyal, worthy,
  • fourth poor,
  • fussy but well-meaning,
  • irresponsible coloured,
  • particularly rakish and shabby,
  • devout and most hospitable,
  • worthy and domestic,
  • elegant and diplomatic,
  • finite spiritual,
  • particularly haughty and exclusive,
  • fine and athletic,
  • grave and severe-looking,
  • stately autocratic,
  • serious or well-informed,
  • fickle and unfaithful,
  • insignificant and paltry,
  • special and unforgettable,
  • unreasonable crazy,
  • obliging, willing and attentive,
  • heroic and powerful,
  • domestic and capable,
  • stingy, avaricious,
  • well-read and delightful,
  • prodigiously well-read and delightful,
  • prodigiously well-read,
  • delightful and affable,
  • ample, perspiring,
  • cheerful and impetuous,
  • active painstaking,
  • irritable or violent,
  • amiable or high-minded,
  • proud and sedentary,
  • flaccid, weak,
  • crass, crabbed,
  • righteous and competent,
  • fat grotesque,
  • methodical, neat,
  • largely selfless,
  • somewhat formidable and terrifying,
  • outwardly imperturbable,
  • unemotional, unsentimental,
  • doubtless respectable,
  • useful, indefatigable,
  • mysterious and eminent,
  • equally mysterious and eminent,
  • magnificent white-haired,
  • often voluble,
  • trustworthy, conscientious,
  • nervous and easily subjugated,
  • average, usual,
  • supremely suspicious,
  • obvious and stupid,
  • rather obvious and stupid,
  • disastrously truthful,
  • mild-mannered and eminently suitable,
  • sheepish, red-faced,
  • mute and splendid,
  • silent and supercilious,
  • obscure but conscientious,
  • disturbingly important,
  • intelligent, extraordinary,
  • acute and sensible,
  • strong and very simple,
  • extraordinarily swarthy,
  • nice, simple-minded,
  • tall and extremely graceful,
  • exceedingly self-reliant,
  • slender unconcerned,
  • ex-tremely low,
  • ambitious and worthy,
  • extremely small and boyish,
  • most cold-blooded,
  • extraordinarily humane,
  • a m really dangerous,
  • energetic and somewhat violent,
  • pleasant, human,
  • occasional homeless,
  • moral, temperate,
  • precious, essential,
  • simple intelligent,
  • common, decent,
  • completely unconventional,
  • entirely unfit,
  • profoundly innocent,
  • rather far-out,
  • acutely depressed,
  • solemnly respectable,
  • confident, optimistic,
  • extraordinary alien,
  • well-intentioned but ignorant,
  • last literate,
  • seemingly unworthy,
  • coarse illiterate,
  • incredibly high-minded,
  • suitable other,
  • perfectly dreary,
  • rude, thoughtless,
  • reasonably agile,
  • properly obedient,
  • observant and suspicious,
  • sensitively honest,
  • enigmatical young,
  • personally loathsome,
  • unscrupulous and personally loathsome,
  • marvelous, creative,
  • ignorant but smart,
  • brilliant, unfocused,
  • sane clean,
  • disheveled and untidy,
  • valuable or beloved,
  • keenly scientific,
  • astoundingly difficult,
  • abrupt, red-faced,
  • charming, rollicking,
  • sharp, unemotional,
  • shabby and impudent,
  • gloomy, depressed,
  • bravest or most desperate,
  • hopelessly ineligible,
  • distressing old,
  • ever able-bodied,
  • useful, miraculous,
  • natural, unaffected and gifted,
  • miserable, downcast,
  • well-behaved, serious,
  • playful, cheerful,
  • strictly superior,
  • medium-sized blond,
  • terribly paranoid,
  • acute well-educated,
  • annoying and unnecessary,
  • incredibly contemptible,
  • real canting,
  • ordinarily courageous,
  • serious-minded and muscular,
  • youngish and sarcastic,
  • eager and useless,
  • shallow and improvident,
  • illusive old,
  • uncongenial and superfluous,
  • quite uncongenial and superfluous,
  • nice attentive,
  • vain or vulgar,
  • tortuous and indirect,
  • fat and freckled,
  • impatient and impulsive,
  • comparatively proper,
  • comparatively proper and virtuous,
  • worthy, industrious and curious,
  • amusing and facetious,
  • vast and still muscular,
  • poorest creditable,
  • giddy or thoughtless,
  • indeed enterprising,
  • respectable and indeed enterprising,
  • above-mentioned blind,
  • refined, polite,
  • commonly studious,
  • fruitlessly abject,
  • particularly unimportant,
  • familiar indifferent,
  • dark and pedantic,
  • indivisible and divine,
  • great, indivisible and divine,
  • whimsical, perverse,
  • silent and severe,
  • ordinarily brave,
  • surprisingly persuasive,
  • exceedingly courteous and pleasant,
  • wholly sober,
  • particularly unkempt,
  • still neat and tidy,
  • straight-line direct,
  • compact, precise,
  • able and highly intelligent,
  • greatly privileged,
  • safest, strongest,
  • unaffected and gifted,
  • free and rightful,
  • absolutely untrustworthy,
  • incurably indolent,
  • collective, male,
  • insufficiently patriotic,
  • modest and well-mannered,
  • eminent and great,
  • dictatorial young,
  • vile or vulgar,
  • venerable and discreet,
  • powerful uneducated,
  • amazingly impudent,
  • careless private,
  • sober and credible,
  • less irrepressible,
  • reliable and reputable,
  • serious, literal,
  • utterly unprofitable,
  • guilty and unworthy,
  • seemingly sane,
  • surpassingly decent,
  • regrettably exotic,
  • alien, peculiar,
  • english-speaking irish,
  • terrible but most fascinating,
  • singularly fussy,
  • strikingly open,
  • nervous and gentle,
  • tolerably conscientious,
  • appropriate free,
  • mad or senseless,
  • unrecognizable other,
  • strangely private,
  • stout, well-cared-for,
  • superfluous and tiresome,
  • extremely amenable,
  • peculiar, wonderful,
  • pious virtuous,
  • simple separate,
  • idiot or insane,
  • perfectly unsympathetic,
  • mysterious and unscrupulous,
  • steady, excellent,
  • thoughtless, gay,
  • unreasonably cheerful,
  • uncomfortable anti-social,
  • incredibly disinterested,
  • silent, civil,
  • old-fashioned or singular,
  • deformed and tattered,
  • unexpected and judicious,
  • infinitely sallow,
  • dusky, diminutive,
  • poor or indigent,
  • furiously romantic,
  • unknown devout,
  • illiterate and indifferent,
  • exalted and aristocratic,
  • serious, submissive,
  • rebellious perverse,
  • complex, baffling,
  • slow and unprofitable,
  • everyday pragmatic,
  • senior big,
  • singularly discourteous,
  • awfully terrible,
  • poor or sick,
  • gigantic and florid,
  • civil and well-bred,
  • remarkably tall and slender,
  • majestic little,
  • vacant and solitary,
  • useless, insignificant,
  • merely mythological,
  • physical or legal,
  • solemn, sleepy,
  • sanguine and energetic,
  • quite secular,
  • extraordinarily ignorant,
  • vigorous, brisk,
  • decidedly unregal,
  • totally ineffectual,
  • physically brave,
  • delightfully youthful,
  • singularly helpless,
  • completely self-assured,
  • exciting, fantastic,
  • reasonable and open-minded,
  • supposedly neutral and independent,
  • chaste and delightful,
  • totally spotless,
  • swarthy, dried-up,
  • sleekly prosperous,
  • conscientious and mature,
  • genuine crazy,
  • intelligent but trusting,
  • inept, unproductive,
  • courteous gentle,
  • crafty and unjust,
  • eleventh wealthiest,
  • smartest and most able,
  • uncommonly strong and compact,
  • odd ignorant,
  • squalid and withered,
  • generous and impartial,
  • restless and absurd,
  • plain and rather tasteless,
  • successful and attractive,
  • extraordinarily wicked,
  • unclean or covetous,
  • somewhat privileged,
  • continually absent,
  • truly evil or indifferent,
  • strong and stupid,
  • nice, optimistic,
  • girlishly freckled,
  • quietly formidable,
  • loving and most lovable,
  • lean, genial,
  • normal proportioned,
  • abysmally foolish,
  • virtuous or innocent,
  • bankrupt or other,
  • evil-minded and seditious,
  • superstitious or highly imaginative,
  • decent and confidential,
  • self-sufficient, successful,
  • silent, sallow,
  • discreet, grave,
  • thoroughly depraved and vicious,
  • evil or indifferent,
  • invisible attractive,
  • genuinely brilliant,
  • useful, industrious,
  • undoubtedly competent,
  • industrious and curious,
  • young and indiscreet,
  • sensitive, conscientious,
  • modest civil,
  • somewhat nicer,
  • busy middle-aged,
  • commonplace and mechanical,
  • strange and sumptuous,
  • exceedingly singular,
  • naturally diplomatic,
  • frail, youngish,
  • never harmful or destructive,
  • never harmful,
  • enormously selfish,
  • single, well-known,
  • impartial but prestigious,
  • feckless, trivial,
  • mildly objectionable,
  • amiable and complacent,
  • noble, ducal,
  • proud or haughty,
  • handsome or otherwise captivating,
  • good or loyal,
  • quite stable,
  • presumably human,
  • otherwise captivating,
  • clever and honest,
  • careless or thoughtless,
  • sober grave,
  • insignificant and helpless,
  • malicious, vindictive,
  • clean-shaven, silent,
  • buxom and cheerful,
  • bustling and genial,
  • gnarled, dried-up,
  • relatively ethical,
  • sane and well-adjusted,
  • slight and agile,
  • distant, self-contained,
  • token sane,
  • innocent and hospitable,
  • spotlessly pure and innocent,
  • sufficiently crooked,
  • able but poor,
  • inordinately selfish,
  • perverse or refractory,
  • large and somewhat clumsy,
  • spotlessly pure,
  • concrete young,
  • bold and outrageous,
  • entirely fatal,
  • gangly blond,
  • sexually desirable,
  • smart, wonderful,
  • entirely unselfish,
  • stolidly respectable,
  • courageous, nobler,
  • commonly gifted,
  • powerful and cynical,
  • capable and strong,
  • extremely uncivil,
  • alert and courteous,
  • singularly repellent,
  • particularly vindictive,
  • sober discreet,
  • fundamentally good-hearted,
  • fluffy, blue-eyed,
  • crafty evil,
  • gay serious,
  • uncertain and elusive,
  • rather uncertain and elusive,
  • interesting and companionable,
  • complex official,
  • composite international,
  • frugal, thrifty,
  • independently mobile,
  • truly intelligent or magical,
  • strong and responsible,
  • cool, contemplative,
  • intelligent or magical,
  • picturesque colored,
  • rude or violent,
  • immediately annoying,
  • naive and humble,
  • curiously naive and humble,
  • utterly free,
  • last able-bodied,
  • curiously naive,
  • sophisticated knowledgeable,
  • thin and very agile,
  • tough, cynical,
  • odious and loathsome,
  • solemnly deliberate,
  • essentially common,
  • more likable,
  • selfish or foolish,
  • stringy, brown,
  • particular, individual,
  • foolish, inexperienced.
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