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Pronunciation:

[s_ˈɔː_t], [sˈɔːt], [sˈɔːt]
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Synonyms for Sort:

category (noun) categorize (verb) order (verb) sequence (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Sort:

  1. snort, report, purport, transport, ct, court, thwart, support, quart, escort, tort, forte, exhort, swart, sport, import, extort, short, fort, resort, wart, port, stuart;
  2. contort, comport, distort, consort, abort, assort, athwart, cavort, deport;

Quotes for Sort:

  1. I have this certain vision of the way I want my comics to look; this sort of photographic realism, but with a certain abstraction that comics can give. It's kind of a fine line. Daniel Clowes.
  2. I enjoy Augusta. I enjoy its challenges. There's no other golf course like this anywhere. Its greens and its challenges on and around the greens are just super, super tough. So the greens are fun to play in sort of a morbid way. Ben Crenshaw.
  3. The uniqueness of the unit was more or less that it was focused on a single individual. It was really the first time the agency had done that sort of effort. Michael Scheuer.

Idioms of Sort:

  1. sort oneself out;
  2. sort sth out;
  3. ( a) sort of;

Adjectives for Sort:

  • picky and disagreeable,
  • barely useful,
  • official, impersonal,
  • the-individual,
  • leg-regeneratingthe-individual,
  • basically irrational,
  • faraway, empty,
  • puritanical, joyless,
  • young, unstable,
  • gentle, noncommittal,
  • careful, miniature,
  • fashionable, shallow,
  • sad, negligent,
  • slow, put-upon,
  • strapping, level-headed,
  • desolate, impossible,
  • awkward blind,
  • well-intentioned but flighty,
  • antly social,
  • odd, dizzy,
  • hard practised,
  • refined exclusive,
  • nasty, sinister,
  • unimaginative hearty,
  • cruel, lazy,
  • impersonal, puckish,
  • cynical and wordy,
  • ruddy, stocky,
  • strange cross-legged,
  • boorish, revolting,
  • bright and first-rate,
  • shabby, ordinary,
  • weird, blank,
  • disconcertingly wise,
  • languidly well-bred,
  • wrinkled, dirty,
  • well-mannered, gracious,
  • raucous and freewheeling,
  • depressingly peaceful,
  • judg\-mental,
  • crotchety and judg\-mental,
  • purest, unmagical,
  • nice, greasy,
  • guttcral,
  • calm, slack,
  • white-bearded, gruff,
  • slack and dim,
  • sophisticated neo-mystical,
  • brainy, cultured,
  • light-headed, dizzy,
  • dangerous cutthroat,
  • girlish sick,
  • skinny, nondescript,
  • strong and beefy,
  • gray-haired, blustery,
  • mild, blinking,
  • okay, useful,
  • amazing quiet,
  • uneasily defiant,
  • well-bred, pained,
  • right-wing conservative,
  • cagey, smug,
  • hazy, two-dimensional,
  • ponderous, implacable,
  • feverish, furious,
  • many and awe-inspiring,
  • dreamy and introspective,
  • drab, unkempt,
  • paradoxically uncomical,
  • specialized and dangerous,
  • hesitant and wary,
  • inhuman, impersonal,
  • lovely congenial,
  • conventional, military,
  • genteel and self-righteous,
  • calm well-behaved,
  • just pre-arranged,
  • impulsive, semihysterical,
  • damnably common,
  • ordinary, desultory,
  • usual, vague,
  • solitary, secretive,
  • bleak gothic,
  • level-headed sober,
  • dull, post-coital,
  • quiet, disaffiliated,
  • gross and repellent,
  • clinical and cynical,
  • worst and most reckless,
  • craggy, fishy,
  • strange, backhanded,
  • purposeful, predatory,
  • immensely safe,
  • abrupt and pedantic,
  • abrupt, unsympathetic,
  • unsettling, sinuous,
  • strong and willowy,
  • good day-to-day,
  • stupid, embarrassing,
  • transitory and fair-weather,
  • grotesque and deformed,
  • hideously grotesque and deformed,
  • more baser,
  • unpleasant, doubtful,
  • lovingly profane,
  • intelligent and specialized,
  • highly intelligent and specialized,
  • energetic, fussy,
  • particularly shady and dangerous,
  • sensible, unimaginative,
  • childlike, confidential,
  • vague, despairing,
  • anxious metropolitan,
  • resentful, condemnatory,
  • intensive european,
  • passive or contemplative,
  • hateful, stealthy,
  • questionable and pantomimical,
  • funny, wild,
  • nondescript but popular,
  • vulgarly rich,
  • fat, companionable,
  • inferior and almost wild,
  • perfectly impersonal and correct,
  • queer, pained,
  • desultory unsatisfactory,
  • rather unforeseen and difficult,
  • helpful, charitable,
  • tolerably good-hearted,
  • rude and baser,
  • generally likable,
  • natural and generally likable,
  • massive and useful,
  • pretentious, jejune,
  • loyal, cheery,
  • daft, mechanical,
  • sensible, peremptory,
  • amiable and very insipid,
  • large, desultory,
  • merely incidental or accidental,
  • amateurish, unconscious,
  • peculiarly eternal,
  • artistic or political,
  • humane, good,
  • true detestable,
  • highest and most aristocratic,
  • timid, feminine,
  • unnatural, galvanic,
  • beastly overbearing,
  • affirmative and secret,
  • abnormal and very perplexing,
  • feathery, fitful,
  • grave unmartial,
  • dull and painless,
  • big, clerical,
  • outlandish queer,
  • sensual, oriental,
  • empty, platonic,
  • oncomfortably superior,
  • indifferent, superb,
  • curious, untrustworthy,
  • romantic and therefore untrue,
  • sickly exotic,
  • suspicious, wayward,
  • limp, rumpled,
  • far-away, sad,
  • despairing, stolid,
  • sadly hollow,
  • safe and refined,
  • amusing, luxurious,
  • active, intriguing,
  • superior, discreet,
  • dumbly miserable,
  • penniless, dreamy,
  • fourth or lightest,
  • undecided, indefinite,
  • regular predatory,
  • social, dreamy,
  • invisible translucent,
  • fine, satisfactory,
  • rather cannibal,
  • deucedly uncivil,
  • certain and unprecedented,
  • hardy, homespun,
  • hopeless, far-away,
  • cold, squashy,
  • idiomatic, individual,
  • rueful, meditative,
  • horrible prosaic,
  • white, syrupy,
  • hard-working, level-headed,
  • barbarous and undeveloped,
  • aimless, blind,
  • aimless, drunken,
  • awful exact,
  • universal and undifferentiated,
  • weak, lunatic,
  • deep-eyed, spectral,
  • numerous or lesser,
  • trifling and amusing,
  • subtle and personal,
  • dazed and aimless,
  • superior, languid,
  • rather bleak and uncomfortable,
  • judicious, common-sense,
  • offhand, incidental,
  • thoroughly inexpensive,
  • lazy, delicate,
  • deep-rooted familiar,
  • inquiring, timid,
  • potical,
  • unattractive and unpopular,
  • unconscious patrician,
  • sultry, electric,
  • unnecessarily officious,
  • interesting gossipy,
  • expensive, impertinent,
  • prudent, reputable,
  • foolish feeble,
  • strictly popular and political,
  • quiet, staunch,
  • ordinary, transitory,
  • damned plucky,
  • good respectful,
  • silly nasty,
  • dear, eager,
  • out-of-the-way, incalculable,
  • younger and lower,
  • decorative external,
  • peculiarly despicable,
  • altogether priceless,
  • rasping and jovial,
  • egotistical and intimate,
  • cut-and-dried, melodramatic,
  • offensive familiar,
  • lawless, various,
  • more unbelieving,
  • colorful, fascinating,
  • innocent and delicious,
  • historic and practical,
  • polite, ordinary,
  • distinct and illogical,
  • brown and inferior,
  • scandalously profane,
  • sullen, painful,
  • evil and husky,
  • somewhat grim and sober,
  • impatient, miserable,
  • limp, deprecatory,
  • seriously aristocratic,
  • curt telegraphic,
  • steady substantial,
  • high, consequential,
  • honest discreet,
  • afraid, stupid,
  • great and larger,
  • wretchedly dissatisfied,
  • appreciative and even reverent,
  • soft and unaccustomed,
  • adventurous and irresponsible,
  • hazy, geographical,
  • tolerable and satisfying,
  • secret, uncanny,
  • self-willed, independent,
  • sociable, bright,
  • cleaner, steadier,
  • proud and active,
  • vital, fruitful,
  • expansive all-pervading,
  • disappointing and deceptive,
  • queer, intolerant,
  • ironical and furious,
  • normal, safe and substantial,
  • general and careless,
  • idle, furtive,
  • prosperous, geometric,
  • native and special,
  • abnormal, queer,
  • densest and most tangled,
  • queer stubborn,
  • inarticulate and helpless,
  • rather agreeable and intelligent,
  • every-day freckled,
  • leafy or martial,
  • empirical and contemptible,
  • fine, superior,
  • awfully fastidious,
  • wonderful, welcome,
  • cheap and uncertain,
  • resolute, capable and strong,
  • untidy emotional,
  • senseless, quixotic,
  • queer, colorless,
  • undeniably sentimental,
  • singularly vague and intangible,
  • particular and exceedingly rare,
  • usual or flagging,
  • different and vastly superior,
  • hearty, disinterested,
  • downright vacant,
  • promiscuous sidelong,
  • sentimental and transitory,
  • imaginative, fanciful,
  • ordinary, nervous,
  • vile wretched,
  • perpetual indistinct,
  • sunny, odd,
  • vague, unwholesome,
  • new and rather radiant,
  • big, homespun,
  • embarrassing and deplorable,
  • genial and irresponsible,
  • cold, nervy,
  • joyful free,
  • black-haired, slim,
  • amazingly irregular,
  • tremendously primitive,
  • unpleasant, soulless,
  • reminiscent, horrible,
  • heavy and soft,
  • peculiarly heavy and soft,
  • black and wild,
  • cheerful, sceptical,
  • fashionable and refined,
  • perplexed and unpleasant,
  • irresponsible and subjective,
  • polite and governmental,
  • direct materialistic,
  • thin peculiar,
  • wavy, off-color,
  • all-round, desirable,
  • dreamy, impractical,
  • bumptious and moneyed,
  • verdantly bumptious and moneyed,
  • verdantly bumptious,
  • special intolerable,
  • companionable equal,
  • unimportant, apologetic,
  • mystic and strait-laced,
  • delicate, soft-hearted,
  • flighty, uncertain,
  • quiet, cramped,
  • recklessly criminal,
  • hideously unromantic,
  • stiff, commonplace,
  • urgent, hit-and-run,
  • giddy and irresponsible,
  • queer and very inquisitive,
  • hot-tempered, lawless,
  • conspicuous and high,
  • breezy brisk,
  • stubborn, dumb,
  • reasonably illuminating,
  • definite and reasonably illuminating,
  • naughty, dangerous,
  • dusty political,
  • nice, non-committal,
  • healthily energetic,
  • tenderly tragic,
  • inferior, frivolous,
  • unfilial, enthusiastic,
  • ambitious or sonorous,
  • sudden and utterly new,
  • honestly curious,
  • queer, simple,
  • rude cryptic,
  • funny, melodramatic,
  • larger late,
  • wholesome, spirited,
  • peaceful, amiable,
  • misty, purposeless,
  • big, insane,
  • abrupt peremptory,
  • feverish bronchial,
  • bald and shocking,
  • sterile, foppish,
  • cheap and dreadful,
  • middle-class, conventional,
  • reflective, dusty,
  • eccentric, sensational,
  • extraordinarily wholesome,
  • normal painful,
  • well-known and inconvenient,
  • sadly commonplace,
  • queer, courageous,
  • middle-aged and rather plain,
  • cruel primitive,
  • pleasant, poetical,
  • mighty inquisitive,
  • narrow-minded, uncompromising,
  • loose vagrant,
  • intense and extravagant,
  • curious piquant,
  • stagnant, stupid,
  • tight, cosy,
  • luxuriously mournful,
  • smart, popular,
  • easy, rakish,
  • incompetent, frenzied,
  • respectable, stupid,
  • weak, spineless,
  • indeterminate, equivocal,
  • seemingly wild and aimless,
  • particular and baser,
  • confidential, unafraid,
  • porous, fiery,
  • soft-headed, sleepy,
  • perniciously invidious,
  • loosest and most local,
  • intimate and everyday,
  • blackest and most unbearable,
  • dreary, unaccustomed,
  • queer biblical,
  • lighter and slightly brighter,
  • other and metallic,
  • narrowest and most specialized,
  • elegantly rhetorical,
  • untimely strange,
  • bland, good-looking,
  • dangerous, extensive,
  • big insignificant,
  • languidly glad,
  • sultry windless,
  • studious or scientific,
  • tawdry and spectacular,
  • nice, disagreeable,
  • unhealthy, nervous,
  • sociable and reasonable,
  • happy, sure,
  • fashionable, modern,
  • amusing, humorous,
  • sandy, insipid,
  • distraught, helpless,
  • hardy, smallish,
  • artificially enthusiastic,
  • prosy, confidential,
  • mutually shy,
  • rustily martial,
  • wild, helter-skelter,
  • genial, pleasurable,
  • average, typical,
  • peaceful, sad,
  • confoundedly good-hearted,
  • social, nice,
  • funny shaky,
  • greater and gentler,
  • briefest and crudest,
  • admirable bibulous,
  • easy-going slipshod,
  • dictatorial, troublesome,
  • hideal,
  • tremendous and compulsive,
  • gruff, glum,
  • extremely crazy,
  • tentative respectful,
  • unenlightened and fruitless,
  • able gloomy,
  • aimless, lonesome,
  • queer and inadequate,
  • dull, unsatisfied,
  • neat, creditable,
  • hulking and bashful,
  • lurid silvery,
  • worn-out and trivial,
  • outworn, commonplace,
  • tremendously elusive,
  • cheerful, garrulous,
  • severe radical,
  • open-air, adventurous,
  • brilliant byronic,
  • distressingly snippy,
  • self-conscious, contemptuous,
  • clamorous, animal,
  • finicky, doleful,
  • strange apologetic,
  • old-fashioned decorative,
  • opulent, resonant,
  • uncommonly ironical,
  • inglorious and wholly unheroic,
  • miserable, unsatisfactory,
  • feeble, perfunctory,
  • exciting and somewhat disturbing,
  • humorous, bombastic,
  • clumsy, disinterested,
  • singularly rich and high-strung,
  • rich and high-strung,
  • poor but very decent,
  • clumsy, unlucky,
  • nice, religious,
  • regular all-day,
  • serious and decidedly lurid,
  • far higher and rarer,
  • stupendous, awe-inspiring,
  • gaunt local,
  • useless but expensive,
  • dreadful academic,
  • feline, predatory,
  • low, secret,
  • lunatic-functional,
  • bland unimaginative,
  • grave and timid,
  • fairly simple and harmless,
  • basic and microscopic,
  • puny, plain,
  • draughty, fishy,
  • particularly irrepressible,
  • pert, seductive,
  • cleri\-cal,
  • slender ladylike,
  • accidental, matrimonial,
  • moist and jovial,
  • regular satanic,
  • coarse improper,
  • uncertain, staggering,
  • enthusiastic, emphatic,
  • precise and tidy,
  • subservient materialistic,
  • handsome muscular,
  • new and very superior,
  • overly strait-laced,
  • daring, audacious,
  • stupid but good,
  • hasty feverish,
  • common and demeaning,
  • wiry acrobatic,
  • casual, helter-skelter,
  • vague, sibilant,
  • puzzling queer,
  • colorless, drab,
  • thin-lipped, self-righteous,
  • dazzling and creamy,
  • ascertainable, quantitative,
  • nervous, stand-off,
  • fairly real and inevitable,
  • fairly real,
  • odd, unsettled,
  • cloistered professorial,
  • cheerful chirpy,
  • small, organic,
  • competent, unpretentious,
  • spare, unassuming,
  • remotest and vaguest,
  • vital, appetizing,
  • shabby, dismal,
  • uncomplicated and undisturbed,
  • empirical, didactic,
  • swingingly sorrowful,
  • simple, natural and ordinary,
  • extremely heady,
  • depressingly mild,
  • inconvenient and cramped,
  • extremely inconvenient and cramped,
  • quite strenuous,
  • chubby middling,
  • dull and relentless,
  • healthy, overpowering,
  • devilish efficient,
  • sinister, tumbledown,
  • perpetually single,
  • rigid, undeveloped,
  • black-haired, solid,
  • certain and very significant,
  • exacting, fastidious,
  • noxious and insulting,
  • murderous and guilty,
  • expensive and spectacular,
  • black-and-white, sheeted,
  • folksy informal,
  • mild, ladylike,
  • ornamental and fantastic,
  • eternal, mathematical,
  • picturesque but unsettled,
  • horrible extinct,
  • sweet & pleasant,
  • famous and wiser,
  • heathenish, bloody,
  • taller and somewhat brighter,
  • dreamlike and miserable,
  • frivolous, frail,
  • absent-minded, haphazard,
  • scanty, poor,
  • merciless, bigoted,
  • hopeless, golden,
  • wistful, pleasant,
  • comfortable, personal,
  • awfully discontented,
  • roughest and cheapest,
  • brutal and most ferocious,
  • true light-hearted,
  • specious and ingenious,
  • old-fashioned, wise,
  • loose, shiftless,
  • mighty hefty,
  • mechanical, unintentional,
  • irregular, lame,
  • proud canonical,
  • passionate, impressionistic,
  • difficult and fragmentary,
  • misguided, fallible,
  • bright, superior,
  • misty, cavernous,
  • gusty, heady,
  • rapt remote,
  • wild, misty,
  • discreet and wiser,
  • dry, cheerful,
  • colorless, uninterested,
  • horribly apathetic,
  • sordid and cold-blooded,
  • airy, dainty,
  • rich ethereal,
  • succulent and wholesome,
  • stoical, hard,
  • exuberant, fanciful,
  • cozy, easy,
  • plaintive, dreamy,
  • uneasy, plaintive,
  • absurdly artless,
  • nervous, broody,
  • intensely cordial,
  • un-celestial,
  • uneventful dreamy,
  • industrious proper,
  • nasty particular,
  • gross and duller,
  • wiser and common,
  • naked and greater,
  • unable and softer,
  • altogether worth-while,
  • unsteady and oblique,
  • desultory and chatty,
  • cheerful, do-nothing,
  • tolerably remote and unreal,
  • mirthless, disquieting,
  • genteel, decent,
  • straight honorable,
  • nice consistent,
  • tight-fisted, timorous,
  • common and meaner,
  • carnal, degenerate,
  • bright concise,
  • weak, confidential,
  • unsatisfactory, desultory,
  • impatient, persistent,
  • well-placed, identical,
  • good-looking, talkative,
  • well-born, straightforward,
  • good-natured busy,
  • frank, odd,
  • smart but common,
  • wiry, peppery,
  • vaguely regal,
  • natural, no-fuss,
  • haphazard, casual,
  • lean and compact,
  • special, different,
  • sociational,
  • hazy, unimportant,
  • vague empty,
  • oriental, sinister,
  • cruel, nightmarish,
  • unkempt messy,
  • sullen, bilious,
  • unnecessary, unconstitutional,
  • internally bitter,
  • curious and quite new,
  • easy-going, incapable,
  • frumpy, wayward,
  • frighteningly brilliant,
  • civil deserving,
  • responsible, productive,
  • self-confident and masculine,
  • vigorous, self-confident and masculine,
  • fairly self-effacing,
  • vigorous, inventive,
  • dumpy, unassuming,
  • peculiar, oppressive,
  • blocky, no-nonsense,
  • toughest and cruelest,
  • elusive and obnoxious,
  • particularly elusive and obnoxious,
  • almost preppy,
  • unremarkable bland,
  • queer, backhanded,
  • thuddingly delightful,
  • dusty, haggard,
  • amiable and peaceful,
  • fascinating, romantic,
  • intimate, unmistakable,
  • sneaky, nagging,
  • dangerous, older,
  • stolid, boring,
  • incredibly cheesy,
  • horrid, macabre,
  • overblown, paranoid,
  • calm, tactful,
  • genteel ineffectual,
  • languid and restful,
  • enterprising, swashbuckling,
  • stiffly defensive,
  • quite spiritual,
  • melodiously pious,
  • liberal, irregular,
  • thick and stronger,
  • beautiful or gallant,
  • pampered, undisciplined,
  • yellow, black-haired,
  • peculiarly indispensable,
  • sallow, sublime,
  • middle-aged careful,
  • common, unintellectual,
  • unformed, fugitive,
  • unsatisfactory, unwholesome,
  • active, conscientious,
  • cunning, quiet,
  • miscellaneous, unsettled,
  • offensive but common,
  • commonplace, hopeful,
  • brown hulking,
  • feckless and do-nothing,
  • illusive and unreal,
  • smart curious,
  • extraordinarily inspiring,
  • sarcastic, bookish,
  • abominable and immoral,
  • tolerable, good,
  • plump and tough,
  • mystical fifteenth-century,
  • comfortable unromantic,
  • wealthy and estimable,
  • rather roughish,
  • difficult, sparkling,
  • quaint, elusive,
  • strange, lean,
  • beautiful, shivery,
  • reckless, ribald,
  • clean-shaven, roly-poly,
  • wild, unreliable,
  • extravagant and incorrigible,
  • drunken, indiscreet,
  • pleasantly unofficial,
  • large and pleasantly unofficial,
  • mild, hopeless,
  • indirect or invidious,
  • sinister and immoral,
  • conditional, uncertain,
  • respectable trustworthy,
  • general, uncomfortable,
  • characteristically hebraic,
  • queer, convulsive,
  • jolly lazy,
  • disagreeable and heterogeneous,
  • mythical, strange,
  • third-rate dramatic,
  • self-assertive and barbaric,
  • overbearing, self-assertive and barbaric,
  • simple and dispassionate,
  • stupid, unsatisfactory,
  • cunning, dirty,
  • cute and smart,
  • rustic, nondescript,
  • higher but similar,
  • somewhat higher but similar,
  • general trifling,
  • painful and awful,
  • short and testy,
  • eager and hostile,
  • weak and ostentatious,
  • alienly human,
  • low timid,
  • sharp, unscrupulous,
  • awfully strict,
  • serviceable, everyday,
  • peculiarly drowsy,
  • clean-cut, preppy,
  • fuzzy, malevolent,
  • singularly shocking,
  • peculiar and hideous,
  • black or ferocious,
  • endlessly turbulent,
  • sensible, handy,
  • deceptively dangerous,
  • high and brittle,
  • dingy, ordinary,
  • nice, common,
  • conscious, theatrical,
  • foolish, clumsy,
  • sparkling, busy,
  • foolish, incoherent,
  • commonplace, superficial,
  • doggedly faithful,
  • aimless, incoherent,
  • cooperative, docile,
  • human and refreshing,
  • barbarous and elemental,
  • quite barbarous and elemental,
  • bright and pallid,
  • snappy, practical,
  • shy and noiseless,
  • humiliating, low,
  • cheap, childish,
  • grimmest and cruelest,
  • fairly contemptible,
  • prudent, unsocial,
  • heavy and buxom,
  • slightly heavy and buxom,
  • simple-minded twentieth-century,
  • predatory, unpleasant,
  • moribund, inactive,
  • rocky, bony,
  • shrill and absurd,
  • modern and most normal,
  • pleasant, blocky,
  • sour contentious,
  • usual bestial,
  • sulky, saucy,
  • peaceable, good-looking,
  • good-hearted, rough,
  • low and singular,
  • vague and frustrating,
  • aspiring, idealistic,
  • polite, easygoing,
  • blackly lustrous,
  • sweaty, nightmarish,
  • dimly unreal,
  • unhurried and methodical,
  • rough-hewn craggy,
  • totally humorless,
  • odd, weary,
  • green and raw,
  • common and childish,
  • awfully companionable,
  • hard, horrible,
  • disgraceful, untidy,
  • shallow, trifling,
  • superior and vulgar,
  • stiff and sniffy,
  • young finer,
  • poorer and commoner,
  • terrible leaky,
  • artificial perverse,
  • casual and comfortable,
  • clean-cut, ordinary,
  • primitive and efficient,
  • peaceable quiet,
  • distant, overwhelming,
  • naked common,
  • distant, intellectual,
  • quiet, artful,
  • peculiar, wild,
  • guttural, monotonous,
  • better and graver,
  • strangely desultory,
  • nasty, irritating,
  • aimless, cloudy,
  • supernatural, heavy,
  • dank, bleak,
  • careful, discerning,
  • good-natured, good,
  • galactic possible,
  • tragic, portentous,
  • fantastic, abnormal,
  • civil, courteous,
  • incoherent wholesale,
  • stuffy, pompous,
  • stark, business-like,
  • multiple-dial,
  • tolerant and down-to-earth,
  • horrible and vicious,
  • gaunt, hard-edged,
  • hospitable and peaceful,
  • different and eternal,
  • verifiable and predictable,
  • stolid and deliberate,
  • vague and enigmatical,
  • well-meaning, half-baked,
  • accessible, republican,
  • crudest and most frightful,
  • bloodthirsty, unsettled,
  • quick-tempered mercurial,
  • good, boyish,
  • mere better,
  • characteristic and captivating,
  • higher and almost immaterial,
  • graver and better,
  • wildest continental,
  • incessant and fearful,
  • scientific or skeptical,
  • civilized, enlightened,
  • so-called brave,
  • nice common,
  • dull, bad,
  • regular break-neck,
  • strange, dubious,
  • tidy, good,
  • old and very rare,
  • vague and stupid,
  • alert and inventive,
  • curious and inconsistent,
  • offhand casual,
  • simple, sociable,
  • harmless, easygoing,
  • uncommon drunk,
  • low, sorry,
  • boyish, unfinished,
  • brown and useful,
  • commonplace husband-wife,
  • depressingly honest,
  • poignant and genuine,
  • belligerent, blind,
  • studious and passionate,
  • gentler and simpler,
  • fussy, thorough,
  • bally independent,
  • benevolent, good,
  • intense, proscriptive,
  • perverse and preposterous,
  • dreamy sweet,
  • nasty, tough,
  • decent, faithful,
  • grim, unrelieved,
  • big, wistful,
  • rapid, abrupt,
  • particularly futile,
  • all-around average,
  • subtle, esoteric,
  • bizarre, spectral,
  • queer belated,
  • more fairer,
  • gruesomely ironic,
  • bally pedestal,
  • sidelong, wistful,
  • oblique and tangential,
  • eccentric, whimsical,
  • bitter, absent,
  • pale and colorless,
  • practically human,
  • humble and wise,
  • quietly conversational,
  • would-be calm,
  • particularly confusing,
  • low and moderate,
  • epitaphial,
  • meanest and lowest,
  • rather dirty and unrewarding,
  • extremely sinister,
  • even-tempered, harmless,
  • glamorous, adventurous,
  • impenitently wicked,
  • dour but diligent,
  • peculiar and savage,
  • strange, curvy,
  • funny, muffled,
  • odd and frightful,
  • dirty and unrewarding,
  • curious, cloudy,
  • cheap, shallow,
  • distant, aloof,
  • tough, direct,
  • general and boisterous,
  • despicable, useless,
  • lukewarm and half-way,
  • vacant, mechanical,
  • simpler eighteenth-century,
  • proud, unpleasant,
  • same quirky,
  • pious, grateful,
  • welcome and satisfactory,
  • least intrusive,
  • more boorish,
  • innocently casual,
  • mustached, cerebral,
  • far higher and worthier,
  • french, flippant,
  • pleasant, shivery,
  • small ill-defined,
  • curious lifeless,
  • frail and shaky,
  • aboveground everyday,
  • coarse or unpalatable,
  • rugged and vigorous,
  • disheartening, unsavory,
  • simplest and healthiest,
  • broadly burlesque,
  • watchful and enterprising,
  • simple and very ordinary,
  • markedly eccentric,
  • jerky, greasy,
  • indigestible, culinary,
  • indecent, extravagant,
  • unfamiliar hairy,
  • rational, mediocre,
  • awfully hopeless,
  • restless, uncomfortable,
  • startling and wonderful,
  • delicate, spiritual,
  • sleepy, sluggish,
  • necessarily necessary.
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