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Pronunciation:

[j_ˈuː_s], [jˈuːs], [jˈuːs]
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Synonyms for Use:

application (noun) apply (verb) utilize (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Use:

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  • luser,
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  • uuuuuuuuuuuuuuu,
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  • uusse,
  • uyse,
  • yuse,
  • uswd,
  • usuer,
  • user's,
  • usrr,
  • useily.

Rhymes for Use:

  1. pursues, sluice, infuse, suffuse, blues, renews, screws, brews, shoes, transfuse, twos, reviews, sues, luce, views, produce, cruise, glues, stews, spruce, excuse, ooze, snooze, noose, booze, queues, profuse, choose, bruce, cues, moose, misuse, ensues, seduce, reuse, recluse, bruise, hughes, moos, enthuse, loos, refuse, spews, mews, truce, zeus, schmooze, muse, defuse, shrews, loose, confuse, disuse, fuse, juice, news, canoes, goose, induce, woos, lose, deuce, reduce, mousse, hues, obtuse, pews, ruse, peruse, coos, meuse;
  2. adduce, abuse, caboose, diffuse, accrues, deduce, amuse, abstruse, accuse, bemuse;
  3. reproduce, introduce, overuse, disabuse, kangaroos;
  4. reintroduce;

Quotes for Use:

  1. Posterity: you will never know how much it has cost my generation to preserve your freedom. I hope you will make good use of it. John Quincy Adams.
  2. I just hope that our fans are people who are inspired by music, and just use our music as a background or inspiration for whatever it is they do. Maynard James Keenan.
  3. I started on the use of the Internet for scientific communication. Our research group was one of the very first to make really systematic use of it as a way of managing research projects. Joshua Lederberg.

Idioms of Use:

  1. make use of sm or sth;
  2. it's no use
  3. use for;

Adjectives for Use:

  • heartily unpopular,
  • possible, secret,
  • regular, recent,
  • brief and immediate,
  • fairly unlimited,
  • “occasional,
  • woefully inefficient,
  • inclusive and pragmatic,
  • likeliest next,
  • precise, dry,
  • promotional and indus\-trial,
  • allegorical and typological,
  • sacramental and ceremonial,
  • unauthorized and immoral,
  • beneficial and charitable,
  • full, effective,
  • cold but efficient,
  • higher constant,
  • extensive and unjustifiable,
  • perhaps ritual,
  • ordinary and specific,
  • willful and unlawful,
  • practical operational,
  • limited and circumspect,
  • intrinsic material,
  • especial,
  • increasingly flexible,
  • limited archival,
  • terrible frightening,
  • heavy and indiscriminate,
  • removal, indefinite,
  • major nonmedical,
  • conscious ceremonial,
  • former but little,
  • blatantly political,
  • indeed habitual,
  • frequent and indeed habitual,
  • clever nor much,
  • informal and not much,
  • splendid, temporary,
  • exclusive recreational,
  • realistic, everyday,
  • eineal,
  • female, immediate,
  • continuous turbulent,
  • interested moderate,
  • consistent and frequent,
  • minimal necessary,
  • charge-illegal,
  • widest and most effective,
  • irresponsible or incompetent,
  • wisest and most intellectual,
  • awfully inefficient,
  • widespread strategic,
  • subtle and almost invisible,
  • proper ethological,
  • minimal active,
  • blatantly foolish,
  • fairly insistent,
  • specific unauthorized,
  • environmentally risky,
  • non-correctional,
  • heretofore casual,
  • subtle and commendable,
  • judicious and very limited,
  • possible steroid,
  • virtual sole,
  • sometimes indiscriminate,
  • responsible therapeutic,
  • practical, literal,
  • creative real-world,
  • literal, unsentimental,
  • narratively inconvenient,
  • unexpected and imaginative,
  • grateful and extensive,
  • relentless neanderthal,
  • strenuous and frequent,
  • excessive and uneconomical,
  • careful and benign,
  • quirky and entirely honest,
  • short and not much,
  • limited but steady,
  • special and concerted,
  • proper innovative,
  • recklessly conspicuous,
  • personal, offensive,
  • far everyday,
  • unauthorized private,
  • aggressive or predatory,
  • online personal,
  • illicit and unpredictable,
  • roughly descriptive,
  • limited and careful,
  • rusted past,
  • constant, communal,
  • private, undisturbed,
  • recreational and criminal,
  • necessary and moderate,
  • jovian atmospheric,
  • extremely unorthodox,
  • honest or legitimate,
  • legion further,
  • five-year free,
  • own surrealistic,
  • quite profligate,
  • subsequent catastrophic,
  • frequent and noble,
  • independent or joint,
  • abundant and vivid,
  • common intensive,
  • extravagant and insulting,
  • continual and indispensable,
  • frequent and good,
  • spurious generic,
  • extremely economical and good,
  • always immoderate,
  • certainly excessive,
  • exclusive and certainly excessive,
  • arrogant and intolerable,
  • fullest necessary,
  • subordinate and very limited,
  • legitimate productive,
  • prudent or scientific,
  • ornamental and utilitarian,
  • various or frequent,
  • needless and highly improper,
  • full and wise,
  • fullest and most economical,
  • reputable, general,
  • uncommon or obsolete,
  • ordinary syntactical,
  • needless or indiscriminate,
  • literal or common,
  • questionable or improper,
  • illegitimate and ungrammatical,
  • philosophical and moderate,
  • recent and continual,
  • free controversial,
  • fuller productive,
  • abundant and proper,
  • free and indisputable,
  • loving economical,
  • careful and fitting,
  • key long,
  • current and colloquial,
  • effectual and informal,
  • good plural,
  • bestial, curious,
  • discreet, curious,
  • participial or adjectival,
  • keen, wise,
  • overt, definite,
  • flexible and simple,
  • ignorant and improper,
  • undoubtedly intentional,
  • frequent and undoubtedly intentional,
  • conscientious and symmetrical,
  • successful literal,
  • precise and semitechnical,
  • surely serviceable,
  • ill-defined but surely serviceable,
  • frequently able,
  • concrete and social,
  • regular schematic,
  • powerful and symbolic,
  • new pessimistic,
  • large and apt,
  • systematic and lawful,
  • temporary excessive,
  • general and indispensible,
  • peculiar and frequent,
  • whole, clever,
  • deliberate and criminal,
  • self-willed but most skilful,
  • familiar and public,
  • immemorial ecclesiastical,
  • possibly able and responsible,
  • irresponsible and meaningless,
  • thoroughly illuminating,
  • grave or sober,
  • immediate and arrogant,
  • suitable or creditable,
  • scientific or ethical,
  • sacramental and sacrificial,
  • medico-magical,
  • sufficiently indirect,
  • singular and ambiguous,
  • universal and various,
  • irresponsible and constructive,
  • exact vigorous,
  • undue and illegitimate,
  • selfish and irresponsible,
  • generous but careful,
  • ancient and grammatical,
  • awful and profane,
  • transitory or superficial,
  • intermittent, extensive,
  • continuous, intensive,
  • uneconomic and extravagant,
  • universal and profuse,
  • incorrect and ignorant,
  • private and feminine,
  • advantageous immediate,
  • frequent and happy,
  • plausible and commendable,
  • chief philological,
  • fullest and most wholesome,
  • last and profoundest,
  • quick and sturdy,
  • last fraudulent,
  • systematic vigorous,
  • judicious and convincing,
  • genial and strictly scientific,
  • proper and prayerful,
  • prayerful public,
  • hearty and diligent,
  • sincere, hearty and diligent,
  • wanton or improper,
  • unconsciously farcical,
  • due and permanent,
  • familiar and justifiable,
  • hackneyed and lifeless,
  • nice and correct,
  • exalted scientific,
  • limited, careful,
  • commercial and common,
  • every-day unconscious,
  • eternally legitimate,
  • real subsequent,
  • almost hackneyed,
  • frequent and almost hackneyed,
  • minor, much,
  • unreal or spurious,
  • generous and unrestricted,
  • equivocal or metaphorical,
  • rusty or stiff,
  • wrong and careless,
  • legitimate and appropriate,
  • lovingly wasteful,
  • frayed past,
  • elegant and rapid,
  • limited and traditional,
  • equally adroit and skilful,
  • equally adroit,
  • merely unscrupulous,
  • forthright, unchecked,
  • modest and liberal,
  • legitimate and elegant,
  • fullest and most general,
  • skillful and unified,
  • decent and commonly sensible,
  • indispensable genuine,
  • surreptitious and guilty,
  • average congregational,
  • suitable economic,
  • inordinate and protracted,
  • constant and skillful,
  • long or excessive,
  • primary and preferred,
  • harmful, mere,
  • federal, public,
  • free and artful,
  • frequent but skilful,
  • regular or exceptional,
  • earliest accidental,
  • wider, wiser and saner,
  • consciously correct,
  • peaceable and proper,
  • refined or artistic,
  • indiscriminate and unsocial,
  • corresponding and universal,
  • always beneficial and safe,
  • always beneficial,
  • curative external,
  • various and experimental,
  • liberal and direct,
  • three-fold and inexact,
  • proper spontaneous,
  • erroneous possible,
  • sometimes racy,
  • regular and sometimes racy,
  • somewhat usual,
  • due and most judicious,
  • common and flippant,
  • shallow and wasteful,
  • incredible, abominable,
  • consonances devotional,
  • simple consonances devotional,
  • unthinking and general,
  • literal and unrhetorical,
  • double and ambiguous,
  • involuntary, slipshod,
  • progressive and flexible,
  • noble and most intelligent,
  • obsolete familiar,
  • common seventeenth-century,
  • much and ostentatious,
  • eventual net,
  • revival and deliberate,
  • wise and social,
  • ideal joint,
  • liturgical,
  • previous and constant,
  • broader and customary,
  • extremely nimble,
  • excessive periodical,
  • inordinately extensive,
  • faultless and uncommon,
  • economical or advantageous,
  • active and frequent,
  • heavenly cunning,
  • diligent and liberal,
  • long or too frequent,
  • present or national,
  • reputable, present or national,
  • general, reputable,
  • oldest epigraphical,
  • ill-advised and illegitimate,
  • general and topical,
  • small and extensive,
  • daily international,
  • god ministerial,
  • public or permanent,
  • popular and every-day,
  • such but not much,
  • bad and ill-advised,
  • unduly partisan,
  • correct and venerable,
  • sturdy and constant,
  • right critical,
  • adroit and steady,
  • corresponding metrical,
  • judicious and inventive,
  • expressive and effective,
  • apparent indiscriminate,
  • entirely legitimate and desirable,
  • wisest and most permanent,
  • anti-clerical and heretical,
  • average clinical,
  • indiscreet and incorrect,
  • well-known heathen,
  • similar degrading,
  • wholly unstructural,
  • picturesque but wholly unstructural,
  • successful decorative,
  • evidently liberal,
  • sensible and artistic,
  • unnatural and deceptive,
  • occashonal,
  • thoroughly unconstitutional,
  • rational and careful,
  • ante-reformational,
  • often habitual,
  • extensive and often habitual,
  • fine and emphatic,
  • temperate but habitual,
  • temperate and habitual,
  • ordinary and temperate,
  • fresh and facile,
  • long-established and almost universal,
  • wasteful and inferior,
  • grand and paramount,
  • indiscriminate and frequently pernicious,
  • diligent, conscientious,
  • quite common and classical,
  • diligent and economical,
  • free and horrible,
  • indescribably absurd,
  • vexatious and indescribably absurd,
  • idiomatic and conversational,
  • wise present,
  • pre-war domestic,
  • due and not undue,
  • perfunctory and partial,
  • customary heedless,
  • permanent and uncompensated,
  • patriotic and legitimate,
  • ordinary and authoritative,
  • free but well-intentioned,
  • somewhat free but well-intentioned,
  • dark, thoughtless,
  • ready subsequent,
  • earliest and most obvious,
  • safe habitual,
  • later unconscious,
  • great and very cunning,
  • characteristic and most beautiful,
  • professional and profitable,
  • judicious and equitable,
  • bitter and effective,
  • equal, servile,
  • deceitful and unfaithful,
  • disgraceful or imprudent,
  • constant and even unsuccessful,
  • familiar and impious,
  • habitooal,
  • masterful or severe,
  • unreasonable or improper,
  • moral and figurative,
  • mechanical and pretentious,
  • prevalent and favorite,
  • free or frequent,
  • disposal and free,
  • sufficiently constant,
  • wide and acceptable,
  • pre-eminently happy,
  • technical and somewhat unfortunate,
  • frequent metaphorical,
  • morbid and conventional,
  • conservative, intelligent,
  • conservative, wise,
  • intelligible and proper,
  • wasteful and lax,
  • colloquial good,
  • artificial, occasional,
  • vital and imaginative,
  • systematic and artistic,
  • intentional, artistic,
  • religious, moral and educational,
  • apparent incurable,
  • indiscriminate and incautious,
  • vile methodical,
  • improper or undue,
  • directly purposive,
  • female, wrong,
  • rare but legitimate,
  • proper and skilful,
  • prodigious, monstrous,
  • particular inconsistent,
  • true prudential,
  • spontaneous and facile,
  • swift simultaneous,
  • amicable and effective,
  • original, whimisical,
  • ordinary supernatural,
  • sole but extremely important,
  • effectual and natural,
  • realistic and general,
  • hitherto permissible,
  • current and suggestive,
  • uneconomical and therefore bad,
  • generally finer and more,
  • unconscious, languorous,
  • arbitrary, symbolical,
  • such unspectacular,
  • lawful and judicious,
  • inordinate and unseasonable,
  • hereabouts extensive,
  • commercial, vulgar,
  • scientific, economical,
  • shameful free,
  • repellent and past,
  • dilapidated past,
  • safest and most rational,
  • original and most frequent,
  • normal or ferial,
  • so-called wider,
  • stupidly wicked,
  • vital or practical,
  • general every-day,
  • excellently effective,
  • important total,
  • proper and warlike,
  • little all-round,
  • least habitual,
  • systematic but not exclusive,
  • warlike or commercial,
  • extravagant and unscrupulous,
  • abundant and indiscriminate,
  • exclusive or almost exclusive,
  • relatively extensive,
  • ecclesiastical byzantine,
  • local or official,
  • furious, joyous,
  • natural and even primitive,
  • popular metaphorical,
  • frequent and most notorious,
  • lame and not much,
  • frivolous or eccentric,
  • exclusive irish,
  • unrestrained and pitiless,
  • rare but comparatively recent,
  • profitable immediate,
  • old adjectival,
  • professional or profitable,
  • mostly unnecessary,
  • excessive and mostly unnecessary,
  • persistent, vigorous,
  • persistent and general,
  • brutal, outspoken,
  • free and unacknowledged,
  • somewhat free and unacknowledged,
  • frequent or very flagrant,
  • playful and colloquial,
  • free elizabethan,
  • convenient and derogatory,
  • habitual wrong,
  • particularly inexpert,
  • improper or ambiguous,
  • scarcely worse,
  • quite extensive and popular,
  • further and ultimate,
  • universal domestic,
  • infrequently cruel,
  • frequently figurative,
  • wide and frequently figurative,
  • safe or responsible,
  • just improper,
  • common and arbitrary,
  • broad, indiscriminate,
  • productive possible,
  • external, non-intellectual,
  • human or modern,
  • sole and important,
  • literary, official and ecclesiastical,
  • equally bad or good,
  • cooperative and social,
  • ordinary or non-technical,
  • rational and opportune,
  • worshipful or superstitious,
  • marvellously adroit,
  • pointedly dramatic,
  • direct and pointedly dramatic,
  • zealous and frequent,
  • erroneous and involuntary,
  • full and co-operative,
  • felicitous and dextrous,
  • worthy and serious,
  • simultaneous free,
  • already extensive and ever-growing,
  • smooth straightforward,
  • viciously penetrating,
  • frequent and most felicitous,
  • superstitious and irreverent,
  • double dramatic,
  • probably careless,
  • confusing and probably careless,
  • remorseless brutal,
  • continuously extensive,
  • senseless free,
  • intentional and regular,
  • improper or wasteful,
  • persistent and proper,
  • crosses universal,
  • public crosses universal,
  • liberal and careless,
  • convenient and economic,
  • fuller economic,
  • judicious and abundant,
  • long-standing liturgical,
  • liturgical or practical,
  • liturgical and devotional,
  • liturgical,
  • frequent or indiscriminate,
  • inexcusably parsimonious,
  • least unfamiliar,
  • frequent and overt,
  • comically reverent,
  • habitual and intentional,
  • joint common,
  • continuous prehistoric,
  • intelligible and definite,
  • judicious and praiseworthy,
  • valuable and such,
  • also early,
  • ancient and rational,
  • chief therapeutic,
  • earliest and universal,
  • also skilful and ready,
  • humane, wider,
  • reverent and practical,
  • originally timeless,
  • current and well-established,
  • vaunted, little,
  • old metaphorical,
  • eminently unprofitable,
  • dreadfully tyrannical,
  • immediate warlike,
  • liberal and arbitrary,
  • common and elegant,
  • especial or sacred,
  • such cartographical,
  • exceedingly decorative,
  • incautious and even absurd,
  • precise and forceful,
  • inferior but money-making,
  • extensive logical,
  • noblest and most liberal,
  • convenient everyday,
  • jodgmatical,
  • unconscious but most deleterious,
  • unattended general,
  • scholarly fair,
  • charmingly felicitous,
  • constant and impartial,
  • present or practical,
  • significant and graceful,
  • vulgar and practical,
  • higher, worthier,
  • common and uninterrupted,
  • specific and rather modern,
  • mechanical and misleading,
  • harsh rich,
  • special complimentary,
  • distributive and collective,
  • active and tyrannical,
  • free, ordinary,
  • wanton aesthetic,
  • immoderate and arbitrary,
  • selfish and arbitrary,
  • slidingly musical,
  • pejorative and pathological,
  • independent, beneficial,
  • offensively frank,
  • unnecessary unpleasant,
  • harmonious and fullest,
  • correct normal,
  • large and uninterrupted,
  • metal, common,
  • earliest and widest,
  • unnatural and superstitious,
  • adjectival and adverbial,
  • profane or common,
  • excessive or habitual,
  • erroneous or improper,
  • careless and blasphemous,
  • wrong or unworthy,
  • low or indiscriminate,
  • illiteral,
  • happily inappropriate,
  • illegal extra,
  • correct and honorable,
  • unrestricted and uncensored,
  • illegal and unethical,
  • immoral, unethical,
  • full and relentless,
  • immediate collective,
  • fraudulent commercial,
  • educational or institutional,
  • formidable and blissfully arrogant,
  • suitable ill,
  • inadvisable but necessary,
  • clearer, illegal,
  • rarely justifiable,
  • expensive and rarely justifiable,
  • original agrarian,
  • original martial,
  • general and innocent,
  • brutal, forceful,
  • swift and resourceful,
  • habitual human,
  • arguably improper,
  • wisest and fullest,
  • moderate and necessary,
  • impressive devotional,
  • constant and maximum,
  • large colloquial,
  • abundant and incomparable,
  • extensive and extreme,
  • wiser and consistent,
  • wider adverbial,
  • frequent and exacting,
  • regular relative,
  • recent or frequent,
  • almost adjectival,
  • relative and pronominal,
  • greatest and perhaps sole,
  • extraordinary and immoderate,
  • definitely mystic,
  • present sleepy,
  • ruthless and skilful,
  • present looser,
  • daily conversational,
  • special or remarkable,
  • literally freer,
  • long, uncorrected,
  • experimental and unpublished,
  • unnecessary or wasteful,
  • continual and common,
  • imprudent and unlimited,
  • primitive beneficial,
  • rife and familiar,
  • handsome and yet careful,
  • free or excessive,
  • wide therapeutic,
  • profitable and convenient,
  • necessary nor profitable,
  • pious or civil,
  • exact ceremonial,
  • consistent commercial,
  • full and modern,
  • fine-mechanical,
  • evidently inconsistent,
  • limited and exact,
  • celebration general,
  • july celebration general,
  • supposedly moderate,
  • reverent and shallow,
  • superstitiously reverent and shallow,
  • superstitiously reverent,
  • much and familiar,
  • positive affirmative,
  • actively imaginative,
  • imaginable warlike,
  • exclusive domestic,
  • proper or justifiable,
  • familiar and sufficiently correct,
  • frequent or ordinary,
  • rare marginal,
  • ordinary and broader,
  • somewhat rough and loose,
  • bible and historic,
  • medicinal or even magical,
  • violent and uneven,
  • immemorial liturgical,
  • constant and original,
  • limited or provincial,
  • exclusive or emphatic,
  • copious internal,
  • frequent and careless,
  • genuine ornamental,
  • previous sacred,
  • frequent and allowable,
  • due and frequent,
  • medical but dietetical,
  • medicinal or domestic,
  • domestic and surgical,
  • subtly insolent,
  • concrete, extensive,
  • immoderate and constant,
  • protracted and almost undisputed,
  • frequent and unjustifiable,
  • universal and conspicuous,
  • ample and picturesque,
  • moderate but still appreciative,
  • french idiomatic,
  • rough, next,
  • rapid and able,
  • extensive, relentless and ruthless,
  • graceful and gorgeous,
  • unfair commercial,
  • explicit literary,
  • terribly inefficient,
  • last, constant,
  • blissfully arrogant,
  • puny personal,
  • regular and unlimited,
  • apparently unaccustomed,
  • directly military,
  • own, exclusive,
  • frivolous or unworthy,
  • similar remedial,
  • indiscriminate and unnecessary,
  • strictly collective,
  • hard, lifelong,
  • formerly universal,
  • smallest ultimate,
  • contemptuous or sarcastic,
  • singularly skilful,
  • necessary or expedient,
  • twofold practical,
  • moderate or excessive,
  • emphatic or intensive,
  • vague, undetermined,
  • general and exclusive,
  • former or actual,
  • great proverbial,
  • constant and ordinary,
  • rough and loose,
  • wholesale and deliberate,
  • own and sole,
  • external and local,
  • copious and judicious,
  • rectal or vaginal,
  • fruitful and practical,
  • still appreciative,
  • general vulgar,
  • relentless and ruthless,
  • prudent and regular,
  • constant and immoderate,
  • little long-term,
  • apparent universal,
  • somewhat constant,
  • normal indoor,
  • apparent real,
  • rich and diverse,
  • maybe excessive,
  • destructive or warlike,
  • clumsy and destructive,
  • wise, middle-class,
  • premature and incessant,
  • grim or abject,
  • efficient imaginable,
  • widest and most intensive,
  • devastating practical,
  • local technological,
  • swift perfect,
  • topical or internal,
  • raw, unsubtle,
  • skillful and instructive,
  • frequent, skillful and instructive,
  • convulsive and feeble,
  • proper and temperate,
  • apt and judicious,
  • jains general,
  • permanent and exceptional,
  • vain and sumptuous,
  • free and even daring,
  • ancient, true and principal,
  • free and skilful,
  • corrupt and prodigal,
  • daily successful,
  • unwise or unwarrantable,
  • common and unhindered,
  • exact and effective,
  • fine and constant,
  • true or extensive,
  • ultimately accurate,
  • proper or necessary,
  • domestic or commercial,
  • frequent and skilful,
  • extensive figurative,
  • frequent present,
  • common and present,
  • successful structural,
  • wide intentional,
  • widespread informal,
  • divine, great,
  • extensive and ever-growing,
  • press general,
  • later liturgical,
  • prior public,
  • individual and intelligent,
  • discreet, systematic,
  • due symbolic,
  • functional or instrumental,
  • little practical,
  • excessive and deceitful,
  • french substantival,
  • particular and singular,
  • temporary and free,
  • strange and abundant,
  • recent and systematic,
  • other and so important,
  • indirect or secondary,
  • careful and continual,
  • former feminine,
  • practical ready,
  • also constant and familiar,
  • great or habitual,
  • royal, economical,
  • irritating, much,
  • distant and massive,
  • special promotional,
  • immediate and mundane,
  • possible synthetic,
  • constant every-day,
  • good and frequent,
  • exclusively selfish,
  • calm and distinct,
  • mutually free,
  • advantageous and disadvantageous,
  • unauthorized indirect,
  • extensive and artistic,
  • habitual scientific,
  • loose colloquial,
  • industrial and medicinal,
  • copious and comprehensive,
  • economical and best,
  • precise and appropriate,
  • gentle and frequent,
  • date original,
  • dreadfully simple,
  • proper and principal,
  • striking and daring,
  • informal and irresponsible,
  • judicious and economical,
  • perfectly allowable,
  • main domestic,
  • tyrannical or subversive,
  • vaguely practicable,
  • occasional and clumsy,
  • efficient or logical,
  • unhappy and not much,
  • specialized or secret,
  • heavy, systematic,
  • necessary or common,
  • ordinary present,
  • sole and free,
  • luminous and uncommon,
  • solemn and considerate,
  • sovereign and uninterrupted,
  • immediate and uninterrupted,
  • economical and mobile,
  • effective and conscientious,
  • prudent, effective and conscientious,
  • fully productive,
  • consistently excessive,
  • substantial or exclusive,
  • primarily conventional,
  • elegant and familiar,
  • daily retail,
  • expansive fair,
  • fluent and correct,
  • apparently indiscriminate,
  • excessive or improper,
  • fine illustrative,
  • frequent and excessive,
  • exclusively peaceful,
  • greater coal,
  • exemplary public,
  • profitable and advantageous,
  • proper and obvious,
  • simply unable,
  • small constructive,
  • prudent and honest,
  • almost promiscuous,
  • constant and busy,
  • ever dangerous,
  • poor and sorry,
  • extraordinarily productive,
  • single destructive,
  • immediate, efficient,
  • extemal,
  • excessive and habitual,
  • general and frequent,
  • educational fair,
  • public non-commercial,
  • small and practical,
  • little and inefficient,
  • profane and common,
  • constant or frequent,
  • deliberate and laborious,
  • stout and disdainful,
  • free or ordinary,
  • immediate industrial,
  • normal architectural,
  • free and modern,
  • civil or moral,
  • original and startling,
  • principal practical,
  • violently ill,
  • apparent teal,
  • precise and most efficient,
  • universal and neutral,
  • instinctively lavish,
  • thorough and merciless,
  • irresponsible and reckless,
  • routine day-to-day,
  • economical and profitable,
  • best, cleanest,
  • commercial and practical,
  • medicinal and culinary,
  • apparently hearty,
  • further present,
  • malicious, reckless,
  • still formal and rare,
  • fullest and most effective,
  • appallingly wasteful,
  • exceptionally frequent,
  • appropriate and strategic,
  • scandalously wasteful,
  • often unethical,
  • shameless and often unethical,
  • free and confident,
  • obscene and impious,
  • public or individual,
  • ancient and common,
  • much profligate,
  • discreet and private,
  • occasional and judicious,
  • specific and humanitarian,
  • sometimes capricious,
  • particular and especial,
  • sole and proper,
  • strictly moderate,
  • long-term and highly profitable,
  • sordid or commercial,
  • vulgar and shameless,
  • private non-commercial,
  • common governmental,
  • less-visible,
  • slightest practical,
  • simplest and most effective,
  • shaky and little,
  • efficient and effective,
  • general and necessary,
  • better last,
  • constant and familiar,
  • fullest and most efficient,
  • efficient and creative,
  • commercial and recreational,
  • official, regular,
  • sole and separate,
  • accurate and ready,
  • regular commercial,
  • other unauthorized,
  • much practical,
  • little practical.
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