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Pronunciation:

[stˈa͡ɪl], [stˈa‍ɪl], [s_t_ˈaɪ_l]
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Synonyms for Style:

category (noun) situation (noun) style (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Style:

  1. rile, weill, aisle, isle, mile, tile, file, trial, guile, pile, smile, dial, while, bile, vile, weil, wile, nile;
  2. fertile, compile, worthwhile, defile, revile, beguile, awhile, marseille, hostile;
  3. versatile;

Quotes for Style:

  1. It's true that I tend to daydream. I'm the same person in business as I am in music: I can be distracted and absentminded. It's my style Gordon Getty.
  2. I am against the notion of style in itself. Guillermo Cabrera Infante.
  3. The generic Canadian style of illustration is different from the generic American style John Kricfalusi.

Idioms of Style:

  1. in style
  2. out of style
  3. spend money like it's going out of style

Adjectives for Style:

  • modish spanish,
  • often bloated,
  • hot architectural,
  • morbid, fleshy,
  • decentralized, experimental,
  • supple, stripped-down,
  • easy, pleasing and readable,
  • characteristic sparse,
  • cloyingly outdated,
  • cool, journalistic,
  • aggressive, adversarial,
  • fine baroque,
  • odd, intricate,
  • human conversational,
  • short but feminine,
  • plain, random,
  • basically clean and sharp,
  • basically clean,
  • classical tragic,
  • high lilliputian,
  • informal and diffuse,
  • perpetually vigilant,
  • georgian or early federal,
  • inimitable stalinist,
  • splendid dictatorial,
  • typical, unassuming,
  • damned baroque,
  • inimitable hush-hush,
  • unfamiliar artistic,
  • ornate rococo,
  • classic eighteenth-century,
  • fashionable, well-cared-for,
  • thick archaic,
  • attractive wavy,
  • italian ironic,
  • classical norwegian,
  • remarkable, iconoclastic,
  • cool and rather baroque,
  • loose shag,
  • crisp, simple,
  • low-key high,
  • exuberant celtic,
  • classical romanesque,
  • gaunt and grandiose,
  • absolute trendiest,
  • neat, preppy,
  • proper japanese,
  • possible idiosyncratic,
  • -ing baroque,
  • severe domed,
  • belligerently righteous,
  • unique culinary,
  • silvery and unorthodox,
  • ornate and obviously civilian,
  • simple, down-to-earth,
  • redundant and durable,
  • multiply redundant and durable,
  • hypnotically persuasive,
  • flip, sultry,
  • self-consciously casual,
  • stately soviet,
  • standardized planetary,
  • smart, businesslike,
  • vaguely polish,
  • federal or neoclassical,
  • floridly baroque,
  • primitive, vigorous,
  • fashionably cynical,
  • increasingly pragmatic,
  • severe neoclassical,
  • strong, blocky,
  • intricate right-hand,
  • sheer unpredictable,
  • patently hilarious,
  • uncommon and rather ripe,
  • unique left-handed,
  • old, pre-imperial,
  • intense, dark and distinctive,
  • different visionary,
  • graceful and visionary,
  • dreamy, graceful and visionary,
  • unique realistic,
  • colorful, surrealistic,
  • mature artistic,
  • sexy graphic,
  • strikingly surreal,
  • linear abstract,
  • uncluttered, distinct,
  • playfully grotesque,
  • pontifical, ponderous,
  • speculative, mischievous,
  • terse, abbreviated,
  • blandly polite,
  • great novelistic,
  • short, utilitarian,
  • mature and natural,
  • eastern hyperbolical,
  • fluent and flexible,
  • pernicious literary,
  • concise, formal,
  • elegant, classic,
  • un-general,
  • venomous and violent,
  • stilted, antithetical,
  • easy and profuse,
  • antique chaste,
  • true phoenician,
  • obscure or bad,
  • hyperbolical and acrobatic,
  • logical and thoroughly chinese,
  • gentler memorial,
  • boldest, largest,
  • patriarchal semi-feudal,
  • old-fashioned and unpolished,
  • outrageously rhetorical,
  • graphic abrupt,
  • compact and weighty,
  • frugal and direct,
  • simple, frugal and direct,
  • extra elegant,
  • gay and conversational,
  • simple, sensuous and passionate,
  • crisp and unemotional,
  • solid pedestrian,
  • unformed and somewhat stilted,
  • chaste and easy,
  • animated and persuasive,
  • plain, appropriate,
  • offensive and irreverent,
  • formal, geometrical,
  • artificially rural,
  • gracefully-ornamental,
  • vigorous and first-rate,
  • closely-packed artificial,
  • direct and undecorated,
  • peculiar and highly artificial,
  • exceedingly chaste and pleasing,
  • different and vastly better,
  • cheapest native,
  • zealous and vehement,
  • urban journalistic,
  • savage and stormy,
  • vehement and gorgeous,
  • singularly cold and prosaic,
  • vehement and mystic,
  • large and healthful,
  • sketchy and idyllic,
  • vigorous and vaulting,
  • flat and throaty,
  • old or solemn,
  • concise spirited,
  • inflated or ambitious,
  • colloquial or familiar,
  • familiar and burlesque,
  • terse or concise,
  • self-confident fashionable,
  • frothy, flippant,
  • animated and graceful,
  • concise, sonorous,
  • musically expressive,
  • terse, condensed,
  • possible, vivid,
  • confident declamatory,
  • graceful, personal,
  • wild and vehemently expressive,
  • conversational and discursive,
  • grandiose, spanish,
  • sumptuous and rococo,
  • bombastic and theatrical,
  • rather bombastic and theatrical,
  • formal and unrealistic,
  • mannered, artificial,
  • fantastic moorish,
  • grand but mannered,
  • neat or elegant,
  • enigmatical and pretentious,
  • lucid parabolical,
  • dreary, half-drunk,
  • useless, horizontal,
  • careless, blasphemous,
  • naturally harsh and ungrateful,
  • terse, florid,
  • meaningless rococo,
  • classical and imperial,
  • stinging humorous,
  • lofty and vehement,
  • tawdry and decadent,
  • rabbinical allegorical,
  • extravagant burlesque,
  • baked, turkish,
  • altogether characteristic,
  • florid and vulgar,
  • hideous and antiquated,
  • peculiar insolent,
  • artificial and obscure,
  • precious, artificial and obscure,
  • speculative and popular,
  • mildly speculative and popular,
  • singularly captivating,
  • bold and logical,
  • precise and ornamental,
  • flamboyant elizabethan,
  • pleasing elizabethan,
  • sentimental but vicious,
  • rhetorical and florid,
  • heavy and tawdry,
  • convincingly masculine,
  • last and most impressionistic,
  • july present,
  • clear plausible,
  • graceful and readable,
  • suave and lucid,
  • ludicrous and satyrical,
  • thunderous declamatory,
  • defiant iconoclastic,
  • mock-oratorical,
  • next or lofty,
  • chopped, jerky,
  • tricky or artificial,
  • vigorous and appealing,
  • clear, vigorous and appealing,
  • flawless, ornate,
  • simple, sparkling,
  • shrewd, seductive,
  • frequently elliptical,
  • realistically characteristic,
  • always clear and logical,
  • police-official,
  • purest doric,
  • broken-down classic,
  • poetic and graceful,
  • effusive, sentimental,
  • severely monastic,
  • extraordinarily grandiloquent,
  • somewhat bald and severe,
  • remarkably effective and picturesque,
  • ecstatic and transcendental,
  • straightforward and pleasing,
  • austere and unimaginative,
  • big and subtle,
  • clear static,
  • present declamatory,
  • conventional and classical,
  • imitative and idiomatic,
  • old-fashioned, impressionistic,
  • absurd, trivial,
  • old, outgoing,
  • characteristic stern,
  • already old-fashioned,
  • vulgarly fine,
  • declamatory and vehement,
  • coarse, buxom,
  • indescribably coarse and hardy,
  • indescribably coarse,
  • piquant, anecdotical,
  • literary classic,
  • merry and liberal,
  • vigorous and pleasant,
  • elegiac sentimental,
  • sentimental elegiac,
  • matchless descriptive,
  • tasteful and tempting,
  • lowest decorative,
  • acceptable mythological,
  • entirely unusual and foreign,
  • certainly dull,
  • certainly dull and commonplace,
  • middling showy,
  • pungent and agreeable,
  • pure georgian,
  • irregular, italian,
  • early tragic and satiric,
  • generally comic and satiric,
  • generally comic,
  • safely best,
  • paltry, burlesque,
  • true rabbinical,
  • juvenile and dry,
  • fluent elegant,
  • diplomatically tortuous,
  • bombastic descriptive,
  • professional ready,
  • breathless, chatty,
  • elegant and even luxurious,
  • condensed and exact,
  • rococo-sentimental,
  • exclusively romantic,
  • abrupt, elliptical,
  • usual serial,
  • eager, uncertain,
  • peculiarly gorgeous,
  • racy and unconventional,
  • strangely declamatory,
  • genuine wagnerian,
  • somewhat wild and singular,
  • tedious discursive,
  • metrical and general,
  • corrupt dramatic,
  • cohesive and lucid,
  • orthodox nautical,
  • inimitably bright and cheery,
  • unhealthy and barbarous,
  • perfectly simple and unaffected,
  • tawdry and fanciful,
  • pleasing sympathetic,
  • unaffected and easy,
  • ornate and antithetical,
  • clean, graphic,
  • latest civilized,
  • plain maritime,
  • mellow and artistic,
  • foreign, dutch,
  • discursive or descriptive,
  • coarse and showy,
  • lucid, graphic,
  • brilliant and exhilarating,
  • heedless and almost frantic,
  • humorous and gracious,
  • tactful, humorous and gracious,
  • familiarly vigorous,
  • habitual pleasing,
  • buttery, conventional,
  • grand pagan,
  • strange metaphorical,
  • anomalous but emphatic,
  • practical vertical,
  • broad, discursive,
  • obscure and trivial,
  • original and facetious,
  • usual romanesque,
  • occasional inflated,
  • unqualified, unmodified,
  • graceful and limpid,
  • pleasantly clear and luminous,
  • characteristic, noisy,
  • georgian academic,
  • own flighty,
  • coarse, showy,
  • later virtuoso,
  • chaste rural,
  • airy and picturesque,
  • uncomfortable, jerky,
  • unique, noble,
  • warm, illuminating,
  • fragmentary and jerky,
  • stiff, turgid,
  • arbitrary and non-productive,
  • realistic or natural,
  • lucid and outspoken,
  • sickly ciceronian,
  • nervous, straightforward,
  • compacted, pungent,
  • exhaustive and drastic,
  • sinewy, platonic,
  • succinct and rapid,
  • such onconsequential,
  • singularly pure and lucid,
  • artistic and modern,
  • balanced and noble,
  • perfectly balanced and noble,
  • uncertain, immature,
  • modern, unnatural,
  • spacious and dramatic,
  • modern or irregular,
  • slightly incomprehensible,
  • lofty and slightly incomprehensible,
  • diffuse and turgid,
  • graphic and pungent,
  • terse, bold,
  • usually bold and brilliant,
  • ornate and rather fantastic,
  • riotous rococo,
  • expressive, pure,
  • pompous and oratorical,
  • heavy and barbaric,
  • quiet, offhand,
  • complex, unusual,
  • flattering and idiotic,
  • masculine, brilliant,
  • epigrammatic, vigorous,
  • florid, tawdry,
  • powerful and voluptuous,
  • peculiarly rich and handsome,
  • peculiarly powerful and voluptuous,
  • sumptuously luxurious,
  • laborious, semiofficial,
  • stiff geometric,
  • indigenous geometric,
  • french stiff,
  • spurious classical,
  • continental flamboyant,
  • usual trenchant,
  • clear and often eloquent,
  • rather plain and severe,
  • non-illegal,
  • formal etruscan,
  • old-fashioned tasteless,
  • masterly oratorical,
  • easy, limpid,
  • purely blonde,
  • peculiar judicious,
  • florid or austere,
  • chaste, expressive,
  • free, picturesque,
  • clear-cut literary,
  • faultless and beautiful,
  • would-be italian,
  • fanciful and rustic,
  • old florid,
  • realistic vocal,
  • concise lapidary,
  • lucid, icy,
  • inflated and tawdry,
  • substantial excellent,
  • jaunty, uncertain,
  • easy, readable,
  • violently injudicial,
  • speedy and elegant,
  • genuine intricate,
  • orthodox barbary,
  • stiff, rhetorical,
  • independent and highly commendable,
  • absolute and standard,
  • gothic, barbaric,
  • medieval cathedral,
  • abundantly luxurious,
  • cheerlessly functional,
  • grand and violent,
  • ghastly mid-twentieth-century,
  • intense, gung-ho,
  • compelling, visionary,
  • respectable, deductive,
  • spanish or spanish-revival,
  • stilted and poetic,
  • plain and ancient,
  • overwrought, alliterative,
  • zulu-biblical,
  • conscious and ornamental,
  • painfully conscious and ornamental,
  • delicate, religious,
  • straightforward, literate,
  • predominantly oratorical,
  • colloquial, folksy,
  • flat-footed, painstaking,
  • shakespearean grand,
  • confusedly ornate,
  • tall architectural,
  • modern or old,
  • tropical colonial,
  • leisurely critical,
  • local, modest,
  • fancy enamelled,
  • big and booming,
  • forceful conversational,
  • shoulder-to-shoulder, continental,
  • pitiless, analytical,
  • archaic and very ornate,
  • unmatched and inimitable,
  • dry and prosy,
  • somewhat dry and prosy,
  • highest melodramatic,
  • false submissive,
  • refined reverential,
  • typical outgoing,
  • adventurous, penalty-free,
  • unsuitably casual,
  • fascinatingly eclectic,
  • old, sloppy,
  • archaic and chaotic,
  • low airy,
  • casual and unassuming,
  • peculiar gaunt,
  • offensive hard,
  • balanced, comprehensive,
  • flippant, cheeky,
  • especially macabre,
  • etruscan revival,
  • incorrect and nerveless,
  • grand seventeenth-century,
  • elegant, lucid,
  • vague or bad,
  • useless bombastic,
  • florid and awkward,
  • weird, medieval,
  • terse, brilliant,
  • perfectly fresh and unaffected,
  • school-magisterial,
  • rude obsolete,
  • oratorial and historical,
  • corrupt effeminate,
  • peculiarly negligent,
  • rough scenic,
  • pleasing but plain,
  • racy modern,
  • diffuse and inflated,
  • imaginative and vigorous,
  • highly imaginative and vigorous,
  • modern, revolutionary,
  • provokingly every-day,
  • gay metaphysical,
  • current fifteenth-century,
  • readable and graphic,
  • exceedingly readable and graphic,
  • sordid and solitary,
  • jewelled or ornamental,
  • singularly easy and sympathetic,
  • unbalanced and barbaric,
  • intricate, obscure,
  • perfect and eloquent,
  • clean-cut french,
  • rapid moorish,
  • direct, civic,
  • more, hard and artificial,
  • antiquated and uncouth,
  • fluent and exalted,
  • elliptical and obscure,
  • due fifteenth-century,
  • characteristically piquant,
  • gothic, baronial,
  • irrelevant and somewhat mystical,
  • easy, fascinating,
  • sometimes jocular,
  • bald forensic,
  • rude but pathetic,
  • decidedly archaic,
  • superior and elegant,
  • sickly enthusiastic,
  • highly ornamental and effective,
  • plain and pleasing,
  • smooth good,
  • lofty and agreeable,
  • social, commercial,
  • elegant but unobtrusive,
  • liberal but temperate,
  • oratorical, regular and correct,
  • tangled, knotty,
  • terse and peculiar,
  • sombre, romanesque,
  • peculiarly clerical,
  • distinctive and haunting,
  • peculiar and not pleasing,
  • doric or corinthian,
  • ordinary splendid,
  • knightly-feudal,
  • lively simple,
  • vicious and captious,
  • modern perky,
  • lofty and promiscuous,
  • national original,
  • presumptuous and familiar,
  • vulgarly presumptuous,
  • vulgarly presumptuous and familiar,
  • primeval british,
  • sometimes harsh and abrupt,
  • broad anecdotal,
  • jaunty, unconventional,
  • ornate or complex,
  • unadorned and classical,
  • bavarian lapidary,
  • every-day, work-a-day,
  • eminently graphic and classical,
  • eminently graphic,
  • precise, curial,
  • true ogival,
  • new or national,
  • incoming ogival,
  • complex and hybrid,
  • florid grotesque,
  • nascent ogival,
  • sumptuous secular,
  • zapotec or aztec,
  • antique and severely simple,
  • temperate, home-bred,
  • clear and sometimes eloquent,
  • graphic and bright,
  • still irregular and careless,
  • limpid and beautiful,
  • easy, liberal,
  • false decorative,
  • artificial and even boyish,
  • peculiar pristine,
  • grave ornate,
  • subtle and ornate,
  • quaint and very oriental,
  • terse, chaste,
  • particularly interesting and typical,
  • grand, doric,
  • plainer doric,
  • readable, lucid,
  • rough and immature,
  • stilted and obscure,
  • easy devout,
  • true ciceronian,
  • disgraceful and disreputable,
  • jejune scholastic,
  • clumsy and unpolished,
  • somewhat clumsy and unpolished,
  • undisputably original,
  • lively controversial,
  • superb lusty,
  • stilted, conventional,
  • fluent and sensational,
  • secular, effeminate,
  • realistic operatic,
  • strictly old-time,
  • usual constructive,
  • solemn and grandiloquent,
  • absurdly solemn and grandiloquent,
  • hard classic,
  • pure and illuminating,
  • simplest, poorest,
  • monarchy elective royal,
  • aztec monarchy elective royal,
  • sober, persuasive,
  • antique and difficult,
  • flat and tedious,
  • fresh and skilful,
  • surprisingly fresh and skilful,
  • single and classical,
  • professedly popular and familiar,
  • professedly popular,
  • unnecessarily clumsy,
  • poetic, impassioned,
  • easy correct,
  • pleasant platonic,
  • usual and aristocratic,
  • chinese metaphorical,
  • chinese figurative,
  • usual rhapsodical,
  • mysterious and enigmatical,
  • loud and contentious,
  • thrice forked,
  • wholly persistent,
  • graphic and careful,
  • peculiarly pleasing and graphic,
  • pleasant unpretentious,
  • simple and very attractive,
  • smooth confectionary,
  • plain and trite,
  • ecstatically joyful,
  • peculiar and defective,
  • miserable and puerile,
  • nervous, lucid,
  • pedantically antique,
  • gross and almost blasphemous,
  • modest, efficient,
  • airy, superficial,
  • airy, flippant,
  • supremely poetical,
  • thunderous, inconsequential,
  • curious and somewhat picturesque,
  • smoothest, easiest,
  • charming, impeccable,
  • singularly eloquent and fascinating,
  • grandly superior,
  • admirably condensed and clear,
  • frankly naturalistic,
  • curiously explicit,
  • especially byzantine,
  • oftentimes pompous,
  • vivid and friendly irish,
  • inflated western,
  • ancient or sublime,
  • superior, suspicious,
  • pure, plain,
  • gothic and composite,
  • serious northern,
  • monumental and realistic,
  • broad and ideal,
  • undeniably middle-class,
  • true pantomimic,
  • geometrical and natural,
  • pretentious egyptian,
  • simple penurious,
  • humble servile,
  • vulgar and antiquated,
  • emphatic, declamatory,
  • popular and animated,
  • facile eighteenth-century,
  • peculiar self-deprecating,
  • true managerial,
  • safer architectural,
  • prolific sexual,
  • brutally modern,
  • french monumental,
  • groggy and half-witted,
  • wonderful high-spirited,
  • sentimental, feudal,
  • unexpectedly figurative,
  • best pedestrian,
  • extra ducal,
  • compellingly authentic,
  • similar parliamentary,
  • formal and oratorical,
  • renewal, medieval,
  • unique and haunting,
  • nervous and colloquial,
  • conventional cartesian,
  • modern and airy,
  • bold and ornate,
  • octagonal victorian,
  • rigidly aseptic,
  • preferred stuffy,
  • admirably functional,
  • highly antithetical,
  • rude and untidy,
  • perfcial,
  • portentous stilted,
  • strong animated,
  • hyper-metaphorical,
  • entangled, hyper-metaphorical,
  • quaint and burlesque,
  • lucid literary,
  • bloody and vigorous,
  • equally bloody and vigorous,
  • popular, inartificial,
  • solemn or antiquated,
  • true bucolic,
  • mystical and dramatic,
  • lucid, incisive,
  • elegant and ready,
  • shrill monotone,
  • rich classical,
  • bad and ragged,
  • turgid and declamatory,
  • uniformly miltonic,
  • balanced and miltonic,
  • pungent, vehement,
  • true music-hall,
  • always pure and correct,
  • pungent and familiar,
  • easy ciceronian,
  • abominably rococo,
  • usually stern and tyrannical,
  • melodious and fascinating,
  • quite simple and unadorned,
  • broad and austere,
  • expensive and mechanical,
  • romanesque and moorish,
  • loose, jaunty,
  • human, sincere,
  • unpretentious and interesting,
  • singularly lucid and attractive,
  • gaudy flaming,
  • always pure and easy,
  • usual hyperbolical,
  • festive, rustic,
  • characteristically concise,
  • rural gothic,
  • graphic and attractive,
  • facetious, descriptive,
  • well-known quaint,
  • brisk, virile,
  • french materialistic,
  • usually felicitous,
  • affluent and vivid,
  • easy vigorous,
  • rugged, conversational,
  • true baltic,
  • virile and convincing,
  • luminous and trenchant,
  • colloquial and epigrammatic,
  • magnificent and hospitable,
  • simple but vivid,
  • high sublime,
  • bold, figurative,
  • pleasantly colloquial,
  • admirably clear and racy,
  • first-rate workmanlike,
  • straightforward, methodical,
  • promiscuous southern,
  • lighter childish,
  • customary critical,
  • neat but somewhat cold,
  • quietly exquisite,
  • flippant, jocose,
  • good and lucid,
  • own juridical,
  • easy australian,
  • loose and smooth,
  • characteristically glaring,
  • cool and thorough,
  • sombre, archaic,
  • high and unfettered,
  • gothic or flamboyant,
  • later gothic or flamboyant,
  • romantico-lackadaisical,
  • certainly snobbish,
  • good-looking but certainly snobbish,
  • highly supercilious,
  • pure, hardy,
  • flexible and literary,
  • excessively quick and rapid,
  • excessively quick,
  • copious and ornamental,
  • correct and agreeable,
  • less periphrastic,
  • luxurious and florid,
  • native hebraic,
  • florid military,
  • frivolous, extraordinary,
  • sweet, irish,
  • best machiavellian,
  • neo-oriental,
  • cool maternal,
  • german monumental,
  • true eighteenth-century,
  • short, no-nonsense,
  • remarkably clear and vivid,
  • neo-industrial,
  • unique triangular,
  • gaudy and ornate,
  • uncouth ancient,
  • familiar and low,
  • free classic,
  • old topiary,
  • utterly unliterary,
  • solemn or poetic,
  • familiar, popular,
  • careless, familiar,
  • metaphorical, allegorical,
  • florid and declamatory,
  • stern and tyrannical,
  • weird and poetic,
  • old-fashioned mortal,
  • naturalistic, realistic,
  • almost civilian,
  • oddly precise and polite,
  • simple but not squalid,
  • radiantly explanatory,
  • straight and civil,
  • slight, persuasive,
  • shy and ponderous,
  • gross and stringent,
  • concise grand,
  • daringly avant-garde,
  • quaint declamatory,
  • new-feudal,
  • majestic, unaffected,
  • sometimes informal,
  • intimate and sometimes informal,
  • old-fashioned journalistic,
  • smooth, sympathetic,
  • choicest and most advantageous,
  • bruising, physical,
  • florid, easy,
  • work-a-day dramatic,
  • solemn or sublime,
  • abusive scurrilous,
  • old-world and ponderous,
  • sentimental, revolutionary,
  • easy characteristic,
  • sweet and genuinely national,
  • mad and vain,
  • economical, practical,
  • pictorial, exuberant,
  • early ogival,
  • usual patriarchal,
  • latest and neatest,
  • stiff curt,
  • inimitably easy,
  • peculiar light-hearted,
  • extra-colloquial,
  • cloudy and canting,
  • clean architectural,
  • precise and polite,
  • haughty and absolute,
  • angry, sarcastic,
  • proper and public,
  • usual rococo,
  • rigid classic,
  • simple, solitary,
  • quaint, racy,
  • usual gossipy,
  • serious and portentous,
  • pleasing and graphic,
  • exalted and splendid,
  • masterly literary,
  • heavy declamatory,
  • graceful australian,
  • evasive, secretive,
  • lavish, elegant,
  • free, indirect,
  • peculiar and rather fantastic,
  • grand and flamboyant,
  • high intricate,
  • best savage,
  • snazzy substantial,
  • strict somber,
  • earthy, compelling,
  • legendarily informal,
  • strict oriental,
  • domestic, conciliatory,
  • robust, powerful and vigorous,
  • vigorous and resonant,
  • sober classical,
  • singularly terse,
  • happiest and most spirited,
  • majestic and appropriate,
  • loosely discursive,
  • stout persistent,
  • slender persistent,
  • simple armorial,
  • serious, formal,
  • same diffuse,
  • old dazzling,
  • wonderfully simple and direct,
  • expensive and handsome,
  • simple, uncluttered,
  • simple, dramatic,
  • sensuous italian,
  • own spiritless,
  • pure rhetorical,
  • neat but childish,
  • semi-atheistical demoniac,
  • terse conversational,
  • comfortable and unadorned,
  • uncompromisingly comfortable and unadorned,
  • uncompromisingly comfortable,
  • brisk and prosaic,
  • sometimes slipshod,
  • commonplacely artificial,
  • jaunty and commonplacely artificial,
  • bald and journalistic,
  • somewhat bald and journalistic,
  • distractingly modern,
  • silent barefooted,
  • chatty, endearing,
  • singularly pure and pleasing,
  • simple, vivacious,
  • bold but astute,
  • artificial continental,
  • lordly cognizant,
  • classic capitalist,
  • bold, forceful,
  • eloquent british,
  • truly magisterial,
  • inflated and bombastic,
  • decorative gothic,
  • intimate and expansive,
  • simple lyric,
  • thoroughly australian,
  • pleasant and lucid,
  • elegant poetical,
  • slick and mystic,
  • somewhat funnier,
  • peculiarly ecclesiastical,
  • direct, graphic,
  • artistic and humane,
  • raw, unpolished,
  • customary antique,
  • true melodramatic,
  • subtle and caustic,
  • peculiar gothic,
  • natural and fluent,
  • original and elegant,
  • brief and trenchant,
  • pompous and inflated,
  • less formalized,
  • peculiar and fascinating,
  • disturbingly military,
  • utilitarian architectural,
  • solemn or poetical,
  • quaint, metaphorical,
  • late, decadent,
  • heavy, rigid,
  • modest human,
  • striking and artistic,
  • good ambassadorial,
  • crisp managerial,
  • vaguely western,
  • warm and sumptuous,
  • fine liberal,
  • alone dissident,
  • antique byzantine,
  • usual tasteless,
  • well-known charming,
  • peculiar fluent,
  • classical victorian,
  • elliptical conversational,
  • flat but colorful,
  • gracious and antique,
  • african aristocratic,
  • curious jewelled,
  • well-known, fresh and easy,
  • oblique, elliptical,
  • fervently pious,
  • fresh and easy,
  • graceful literary,
  • graceful and piquant,
  • current architectural,
  • old inflated,
  • candid and familiar,
  • archaic byzantine,
  • satisfactorily high-rolling,
  • severe minimalist,
  • usual volcanic,
  • new, loose,
  • simple and picturesque,
  • fresh and simple.
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