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Pronunciation:

[w_ˈeɪ], [wˈe͡ɪ], [wˈe‍ɪ]
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Synonyms for Way:

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Common misspellings for Way:

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  • powar,
  • wamo,
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  • warey,
  • kuwai,
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  • wacy,
  • aeay,
  • goaway,
  • 2day,
  • waye,
  • wau,
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  • fowar,
  • wah,
  • laway,
  • waho,
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  • hawai,
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  • day2,
  • 1may,
  • warmy,
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  • won'y,
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  • vay,
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  • tawau,
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  • wayt,
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  • hughway,
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  • wat,
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  • wwwwww,
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  • fay,
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  • wammy,
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  • wiraw,
  • wy,
  • wwwww,
  • wa,
  • waor,
  • waka,
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  • day0,
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  • mmay,
  • wmy,
  • poway,
  • raiway,
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  • wya,
  • wan,
  • war2,
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  • qay,
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  • waymy,
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  • weaer,
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  • wedday,
  • whau,
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Rhymes for Way:

  1. tray, slay, trey, frey, grey, prey, yea, jay, ley, fey, flay, weigh, ne, de, bay, gray, ray, sleigh, fray, cay, ney, play, hay, clay, fay, bray, fe, se, wei, re, hey, paye, lay, stay, k, nay, whey, mei, say, stray, pei, sway, j, lei, day, pay, neigh, ca, wy, spray, dray, may, pray, ay, shay;
  2. halfway, crochet, monet, away, dismay, okay, essay, replay, bouquet, cache, delay, array, ga, fillet, obey, moray, ballet, decay, cliche, filet, parquet, convey, millay, toupee, ha, today, belay, bombay, betray, passe, display, defray, beret, repay, astray, sorbet, cafe, hooray, portray, buffet, valet, puree, allay, risque, survey, da, manet, purvey, croquet, saute;
  3. dak, attache, cabaret, disarray, ira, disobey, piaget, overstay, faberge, underway, underplay, cabernet, fiance, overplay;
  4. communique, cabriolet, naivete;

Quotes for Way:

  1. Let me put it this way I think Republicans tend to keep the ball in play, Democrats go for broke. Arthur Ashe.
  2. But when I first got cancer, after the initial shock and the fear and paranoia and crying and all that goes with cancer- that word means to most people ultimate death- I decided to see what I could do to take that negative and use it in a positive way Herbie Mann.
  3. Everything you need you already have. You are complete right now, you are a whole, total person, not an apprentice person on the way to someplace else. Your completeness must be understood by you and experienced in your thoughts as your own personal reality. Beverly Sills.

Idioms of Way:

  1. have your wicked way with sb;
  2. know your way around sth;
  3. thread your way through, between, etc. sth;

Adjectives for Way:

  • blind boyish,
  • wise, cheerful,
  • charming and wooden,
  • rather charming and wooden,
  • sacred, inert,
  • crudest and most basic,
  • late milky,
  • sexual or racist,
  • emphatic female,
  • uncomfortable explosive,
  • easygoing but ponderous,
  • weird, unorthodox,
  • far easier and much,
  • blithe, sunny,
  • unconcerned and pleasant,
  • vehement, impassioned,
  • attractive, foolish,
  • slow but very clever,
  • time-consuming, formal,
  • bizarre and darkly comic,
  • fallible but human,
  • limited, commercial,
  • edgy, absent-minded,
  • youthful guileless,
  • straightforward and innocent,
  • magnificent processional,
  • signal and unmistakable,
  • old-fashioned, gentle,
  • queer and odious,
  • resentful, hostile,
  • helpless, frantic,
  • general inconclusive,
  • bland, perfunctory,
  • archaic, obsolete,
  • makeshift but effective,
  • dry and hopeless,
  • newly terrible and destructive,
  • newly terrible,
  • obscure, oblique,
  • foul, incomprehensible,
  • quickest and most expedient,
  • fifth or twenty-fifth,
  • lighthearted, teasing,
  • normal other,
  • forward-looking, cooperative,
  • authoritarian, byzantine,
  • clever and backhanded,
  • sane, easy,
  • special, difficult,
  • heavy abstracted,
  • vague patriarchal,
  • old-fashioned, romantic,
  • personal, introspective,
  • coaxing, filial,
  • instinctive, practical,
  • macabre, unnatural,
  • dull, scholastic,
  • mechanical, mystical,
  • unusual clinical,
  • girlish, sullen,
  • wan, obedient,
  • brutal and frank,
  • lazy, blithe,
  • furious, inhuman,
  • foul, malevolent,
  • striking and compelling,
  • efficient, mechanical,
  • jejune, infantile,
  • thoughtless, warm-hearted,
  • plain impressive,
  • spiritless unhappy,
  • meditative, doubtful,
  • general and quite aimless,
  • odd, unforeseen,
  • agonizing, exhilarating,
  • weird and crooked,
  • subtle but careful,
  • convenient, methodical,
  • easy, competent,
  • thoughtful intelligent,
  • voluntary modest,
  • fussy and always respectable,
  • urbane, calm,
  • less bruising,
  • slowest and most subtle,
  • fine, politic,
  • straight, deadpan,
  • old self-congratulatory,
  • startling and quite unusual,
  • curious, sardonic,
  • casual but confidential,
  • suave and debonair,
  • dark and efficiently violent,
  • cold and businesslike,
  • beneficial and easiest,
  • comfortable, pampered,
  • own predictable,
  • unified and visionary,
  • primitive and mysterious,
  • formidable, female,
  • haphazard, quaint,
  • fitful, windy,
  • haggard but alert,
  • eminently sensible and simple,
  • abnormal, extraordinary,
  • literal, vulgar,
  • unfair and prejudicial,
  • cool, unafraid,
  • dusky, eastern,
  • reasonable and quiet,
  • perfectly reasonable and quiet,
  • stiff, graceful,
  • ponderous, desperate,
  • dramatic and compelling,
  • odd roundabout,
  • most basic,
  • obstinate wild-animal,
  • ferocious, animal-like,
  • terrifying, ageless,
  • primitive man-animal,
  • new and circuitous,
  • unprecedented and violently unreasonable,
  • safe intermediate,
  • broad rectilinear,
  • hasty and unsubstantial,
  • slow safe,
  • illogical and reckless,
  • sweet and apologetic,
  • unfathomable, inhuman,
  • suave but effective,
  • faint careless,
  • stealthy shameful,
  • fresh, condescending,
  • irresolute and stormy,
  • sharp, dogmatic,
  • polite and extremely discreet,
  • direct, daring,
  • fourth and wholly different,
  • fond and habitual,
  • rueful and perplexed,
  • strange, polite,
  • sweet inimitable,
  • absent and perfect,
  • abstract, pleasing,
  • straightforward and civilized,
  • fine and irish,
  • localized and immediate,
  • long wrong,
  • unworkable, useless,
  • peculiar, poisonous,
  • hideous and yet seductive,
  • gray, unassuming,
  • blank-faced definite,
  • schematic possible,
  • deep and nearly intuitive,
  • goofy, mischievous,
  • cheerful and oblique,
  • frightfully cheerful and oblique,
  • pallid sick,
  • affectionate, companionable,
  • characteristic, indifferent,
  • peculiar, toneless,
  • tangled and fruitless,
  • horrid confidential,
  • frank and outright,
  • mild, humorous,
  • instructive and surest,
  • bold, sophomoric,
  • nervous, shallow,
  • wider, wiser,
  • easier or quicker,
  • listless, half-hearted,
  • dark eventful,
  • inconsistent and wicked,
  • expeditious and short,
  • placid, creamy,
  • enigmatic and unnatural,
  • willfully enigmatic and unnatural,
  • willfully enigmatic,
  • soft or humorous,
  • old vicinal,
  • miserable and awkward,
  • usual tasty,
  • idiotic, mad,
  • blond, harmless,
  • regular trodden,
  • dry, neat,
  • traditional and limited,
  • straightforward passionate,
  • tedious luscious,
  • funny stiff,
  • mighty creditable,
  • singular but not unheard-of,
  • weary, desultory,
  • dry systematical,
  • dim and unexplained,
  • lame, slow,
  • pagan sensuous,
  • easy profuse,
  • imperfect colonial,
  • artificial, inexact,
  • singular obstinate,
  • unnatural, fantastic,
  • effectual possible,
  • keen, vehement,
  • artless japanese,
  • prim, polite,
  • new and very uncertain,
  • domestic quiet,
  • strictly impartial and disinterested,
  • new and terribly formal,
  • lucid, natural,
  • light-hearted, boyish,
  • fresh stern,
  • loose, vague,
  • reckless and unconscious,
  • clumsy, liberal,
  • old, straightforward,
  • fine, indirect,
  • modest, offhand,
  • nice graceful,
  • low lewd,
  • shy, cheery,
  • dazed and mechanical,
  • unconventional, social,
  • conscious, meaningless,
  • quiet and deferential,
  • particularly splendid and mysterious,
  • lone unhappy,
  • casual and innocent,
  • fussy, purposeless,
  • straightforward impartial,
  • short dogmatical,
  • general and luminous,
  • broad, general and luminous,
  • odd, unemotional,
  • spirited, breezy,
  • kinder plain,
  • innocent and ineffectual,
  • contemptuous, ironical,
  • gay, irregular,
  • open, business-like,
  • poor, methodical,
  • languid, half-hearted,
  • ancient shameful,
  • lofty and almost contemptuous,
  • rational and most profitable,
  • frantic but desultory,
  • shortest good,
  • truest and easiest,
  • always amusing and instructive,
  • dazed, mechanical,
  • customary expressive,
  • scientific, impersonal,
  • deliberate, old-fashioned,
  • usual and shorter,
  • gross general,
  • wasteful wrong,
  • quickest, best,
  • dim, bearish,
  • ready and broad,
  • convenient and primitive,
  • acute, sarcastic,
  • convenient and rational,
  • boyish, awkward,
  • helpful and cordial,
  • shocking and sinful,
  • cheap and delightful,
  • capable, swift,
  • tedious, luscious,
  • corporate and consistent,
  • bold, unromantic,
  • straightforward and successive,
  • romantic or realistic,
  • usual unpromising,
  • shortest, surest,
  • false, easier,
  • thoroughly capable and practical,
  • shortest and most economical,
  • quiet but pungent,
  • benevolent and mild,
  • airy, unthinking,
  • quiet but most enjoyable,
  • listless mechanical,
  • nice stylish,
  • standard nonstandard,
  • popular and time-tested,
  • incomplete but marginally acceptable,
  • slick and nontrivial,
  • particularly slick and nontrivial,
  • common humorous,
  • random and unintentionally destructive,
  • terse and humorous,
  • outlandish and extravagant,
  • sweet shameful,
  • clear but tedious,
  • best and easy,
  • impenetrable business-like,
  • languid and speculative,
  • restless, crazy,
  • unsatisfactory and wasteful,
  • delightful and confidential,
  • shallow and contemptuous,
  • plain, temperate,
  • comprehensive, useful,
  • small, contemptible,
  • good-natured but rather ironical,
  • bright and crisp,
  • natural, peaceful,
  • bad and indirect,
  • vulgar and illustrative,
  • blithe and hopeful,
  • humble and artless,
  • high-handed, secret,
  • rational quiet,
  • good-natured and affable,
  • nervous, conscious,
  • polite and artful,
  • intuitive, undeveloped,
  • murky and illusive,
  • bumpy cold,
  • interested hopeful,
  • open or honest,
  • haphazard and heedless,
  • lukewarm and half-hearted,
  • fair and good-natured,
  • clumsy, incoherent,
  • rude, artless,
  • deferential, boyish,
  • picturesque, heroic,
  • steep and rough-hewn,
  • least melodramatic,
  • old, unconscious,
  • indefinite, secret,
  • airy, exacting,
  • quizzical and unsatisfied,
  • shallow, foolish,
  • passive, involuntary,
  • vague but prophetic,
  • vague, prescient,
  • curious lean,
  • naive and perhaps unintentional,
  • shorter and still better,
  • truthful and popular,
  • indistinct, fitful,
  • shallow sentimental,
  • superficial, indolent,
  • easy vulgar,
  • listless, pleasant,
  • easy incidental,
  • bald, businesslike,
  • steady, puzzling,
  • amiable conceivable,
  • pleasant disinterested,
  • deft but straightforward,
  • charming, experimental,
  • old, common-sense,
  • cautious, economical,
  • queer gentle,
  • sharp, well-mannered,
  • distinct, emphatic,
  • discontinuous and futile,
  • disconcerting, monumental,
  • rough, fiery,
  • imaginative and symbolic,
  • worthy and obviously sympathetic,
  • abstracted, impersonal,
  • dim and inexplicable,
  • infinite and essential,
  • careless discursive,
  • stiff business-like,
  • unpleasant and disconcerting,
  • abstracted, deliberate,
  • dim passionate,
  • straightforward, noble,
  • different, finer,
  • absent desultory,
  • stiff bald,
  • useless tremulous,
  • foolish and savage,
  • strangest, cool,
  • soft stout,
  • continuous careless,
  • regular and eligible,
  • wonderful, severe,
  • magnificent, superior,
  • skilled and business-like,
  • acute, deliberate,
  • large disinterested,
  • unkind, brutal,
  • misty, indifferent,
  • slow, insincere,
  • buxom, genial,
  • rough, gloomy,
  • sloppy british,
  • same classy,
  • fascinating, soft,
  • obvious stupid,
  • innocent but nevertheless disturbing,
  • sketchy, faulty,
  • rather complete and unusual,
  • blonde and sanitary,
  • shameful and mysterious,
  • vivid and unanimous,
  • real, plausible,
  • diplomatic and indirect,
  • quickest, prettiest,
  • modest, purposeful,
  • old-fashioned and rather heavy,
  • awkward, cold,
  • quiet, piteous,
  • eager discursive,
  • effective nor appetizing,
  • stolid, contemptuous,
  • breezy, vigorous,
  • partial, speculative,
  • slow satirical,
  • nonmagical, nonphysical,
  • doubtful, chancy,
  • nervous, frenzied,
  • remote, uninterested,
  • fortuitous and insightful,
  • endless, naive,
  • general and probabilistic,
  • quite open and clear,
  • uncertain and irritating,
  • delightful and scary,
  • glib, slick,
  • momentary wrong,
  • slow, well-trampled,
  • baroque, primitive,
  • crazy, exotic,
  • gracious or polite,
  • unpleasant and subtle,
  • important and immutable,
  • own twisty,
  • public and potentially embarrassing,
  • easy and relatively painless,
  • humble and even painful,
  • genuinely dangerous and immoral,
  • unequal and eccentric,
  • portable and practicable,
  • slightly exasperated and contemptuous,
  • correct, open-ended,
  • normal offhand,
  • gentle and inflexible,
  • prettiest and most gracious,
  • mild, moderate,
  • hesitant, bumbling,
  • round-faced bovine,
  • icy and aloof,
  • dire, obscure,
  • cold, reasonable,
  • general spicy,
  • chatty, cheerful,
  • better, electronic,
  • able, easy-going,
  • quiet, inflexible,
  • safe or practical,
  • all-too-familiar and terrifying,
  • now all-too-familiar and terrifying,
  • humorless and reptilian,
  • new and aboriginal,
  • delicate, complimentary,
  • critical, cardinal,
  • half-hearted, tentative,
  • major intimate,
  • disgusting and uncomfortable,
  • thoroughly disgusting and uncomfortable,
  • sadistic mechanical,
  • nasty horrible,
  • ludicrous, drunken,
  • romantic, high-toned,
  • discrete and controllable,
  • subtle, discrete and controllable,
  • staid, quasi-maternal,
  • broadest and vaguest,
  • easy arrogant,
  • old-fashioned, rococo,
  • queer, damned,
  • helter-skelter but fairly amiable,
  • deep and diffuse,
  • intense, haggard,
  • slow and toneless,
  • best, easiest,
  • precise and technological,
  • rather precise and technological,
  • instinctive, unknowing,
  • dim subconscious,
  • feeble, awkward,
  • stiff and dullish,
  • stubborn and quiet,
  • quaint fruity,
  • spontaneous and intensely personal,
  • old-fashioned, melodramatic,
  • casual fearless,
  • incoherent and sleepy,
  • rather incoherent and sleepy,
  • genteel civilized,
  • natural and beguiling,
  • rewarding and illuminating,
  • elegant or merciful,
  • simplest, quickest,
  • tiny, immeasurable,
  • precise and therefore uncontroversial,
  • usual, definitive,
  • large, judicial,
  • quiet, enigmatical,
  • blind, unnatural,
  • damned roundabout,
  • simplest, cleanest,
  • efficient and inexpensive,
  • childish, expressionless,
  • coarse, outgoing,
  • seemingly involuntary and unexpected,
  • odd, aimless,
  • new, intensive,
  • quick, encyclopedic,
  • circular and subjective,
  • impulsive and hearty,
  • unexpected and tenderly paternal,
  • calm and absent-minded,
  • particularly calm and absent-minded,
  • horrible, inexperienced,
  • laborious but methodical,
  • gawky and amiable,
  • best, shortest,
  • entirely wrong and evil,
  • blind, industrious,
  • urgent litigious,
  • casual feeble,
  • self-contained, solid,
  • feeble, blind,
  • less uncivil,
  • systematic or effective,
  • mere roundabout,
  • inexpensive and easy,
  • plain, preternatural,
  • vague, roundabout,
  • milder or sharper,
  • hearty bustling,
  • cheapest and surest,
  • narrow, doctrinal,
  • old unselfish,
  • separate easy,
  • hot and military,
  • silent, solemn and impressive,
  • imperious and authoritative,
  • rude arched,
  • direct and quickest,
  • common monotonous,
  • solemn enjoyable,
  • secret, melodramatic,
  • small and rhetorical,
  • truly comprehensive and philosophical,
  • grave satiric,
  • brilliant animated,
  • artless childish,
  • next and open,
  • industrious and systematic,
  • parasitical, nameless,
  • callous pertinent,
  • distant, antiquated,
  • realistic and straightforward,
  • fundamental, thorough and profound,
  • best and most frugal,
  • heavy jocose,
  • dreamy, indifferent,
  • quiet, jocose,
  • odd but very appropriate,
  • nervous, undecided,
  • quiet, roundabout,
  • crisp brisk,
  • gracious pleasant,
  • ludicrous second-hand,
  • airy wanton,
  • easy milky,
  • ponderous, meditative,
  • cordial, simple,
  • habitual eager,
  • fresh and helpful,
  • quiet and indirect,
  • courageous and helpful,
  • easy, short-run,
  • responsible and compassionate,
  • dull direct,
  • clumsy but sure,
  • transient and contemptuous,
  • unfair and petty,
  • queer and involuntary,
  • expansive, overwhelming,
  • handsome and disinterested,
  • absent, disconcerting,
  • clunky, nineteenth-century,
  • abrupt, companionable,
  • ancient processional,
  • weird backhanded,
  • draconian but surely effective,
  • funny imperious,
  • queer unaccustomed,
  • drowsy, interested,
  • cute and irresistible,
  • sinuous and slimy,
  • ill-defined, nebulous,
  • slow and messy,
  • appealing, reasonable,
  • incomparably stiff and pedantic,
  • incomparably stiff,
  • rotten cold-blooded,
  • bare hygienic,
  • brisk well-trained,
  • maddening, elliptical,
  • unnecessary and inappropriate,
  • quite unnecessary and inappropriate,
  • incidental and forgetful,
  • dry and suspicious,
  • cordial and jocose,
  • heavy reticent,
  • slow amphibious,
  • dim, ominous,
  • fragile, winsome,
  • bumbling, fearless,
  • exotic and dark-skinned,
  • mighty cumbersome,
  • tragic, sorry,
  • formal, southern,
  • extraordinary and negative,
  • precise and harshly self-judgmental,
  • severe but restful,
  • long and inhospitable,
  • exceedingly muddy and slick,
  • convenient and innocuous,
  • simplest, surest,
  • quiet unspectacular,
  • helpless, feminine,
  • dim, unsuspected,
  • dim, random,
  • uncanny and horrifying,
  • subtle graceful,
  • paltry and common,
  • simplest and most foolish,
  • practical or deliberate,
  • open-mouthed passionate,
  • crazed, despairing,
  • straight-backed, unstoppable,
  • devious and unnoticed,
  • abstract and deterministic,
  • humblest and most endearing,
  • offhand and inattentive,
  • intense and privately painful,
  • devilish, inscrutable,
  • dirty supercilious,
  • safe and foolproof,
  • satisfying and deeply unconscious,
  • blind, agonizing,
  • crisp deft,
  • clumsy, circuitous,
  • higher further,
  • indefinable unprecedented,
  • loving and congratulatory,
  • typical bold,
  • hard and piteous,
  • vague and cursory,
  • cold-blooded, business-like,
  • rude childlike,
  • peaceable, wholesome,
  • entirely quiet and commonplace,
  • frightful and shameful,
  • irritating, casual,
  • more sophistical,
  • misty, abstract,
  • quickest and most certain,
  • odd grave,
  • airy, wise,
  • uncertain trigonometrical,
  • invisible woodland,
  • pleasant, misleading,
  • usual anti-social,
  • rapid voracious,
  • dry cautious,
  • easier, quick,
  • harmless and cheaper,
  • dreamy and delightful,
  • thy indolent,
  • whimsical, gentle,
  • wonderful particular,
  • inverted milky,
  • sinewy and muscular,
  • voluptuous and magnificent,
  • artificial and scholastic,
  • easy and most natural,
  • meanest and most common,
  • less half-hearted,
  • impolite and almost rude,
  • picturesque and most probable,
  • amusing, roundabout,
  • simplest and most unconscious,
  • awkward and dirty,
  • vivacious and original,
  • extremely conscientious and capable,
  • free and insolent,
  • deep-rooted filial,
  • petty, common,
  • discreet, humble,
  • emphatic and affectionate,
  • stubborn passionate,
  • good-hearted, affectionate,
  • gentle, obstinate,
  • peculiar, cat-like,
  • painless, sanitary,
  • practical and honorable,
  • quiet, distressed,
  • vague and personal,
  • fittest and funniest,
  • terribly inefficient and messy,
  • deranged, peculiar,
  • considerate and most affectionate,
  • dubious and moral,
  • dark benighted,
  • old-fashioned, thoughtful,
  • difficult, absurd,
  • flippant and careless,
  • somewhat flippant and careless,
  • simplest, shortest,
  • deft, delicate,
  • self-assured, unruffled,
  • easy and nimble,
  • subtle and convoluted,
  • casual and callous,
  • strange, embarrassing,
  • startling sinuous,
  • blind, fearful,
  • quiet but implacable,
  • intricate and foolproof,
  • unformed blonde,
  • cold, gracious,
  • unnamed narrow,
  • horrid and shabby,
  • cold righteous,
  • helpless graceful,
  • raw muffled,
  • particular and spontaneous,
  • polite, sheepish,
  • horrible, deliberate,
  • predictable animal,
  • sharp inscrutable,
  • free associational,
  • blinking, calm,
  • confidential, brother-professional,
  • wrong and evil,
  • indirect and cunning,
  • inconvenient and awful,
  • universal and effectual,
  • plain conversational,
  • passionate and impetuous,
  • incidental and natural,
  • quiet but final,
  • greedy and quarrelsome,
  • large, legendary,
  • joyous, spiritual,
  • vague, desultory,
  • typical harpy,
  • dull old-fashioned,
  • peculiar and devious,
  • casual neat,
  • precise, unswerving,
  • melodic and rhythmical,
  • wry and tolerant,
  • inflated, bovine,
  • shocking linear,
  • swiftest, easiest,
  • careful and self-conscious,
  • bizarre and almost blasphemous,
  • normal, real-life,
  • odd elastic,
  • dim, extra-sensory,
  • inexplicable and seemingly unmotivated,
  • dim, insistent,
  • painful but marvelous,
  • peculiarly painful but marvelous,
  • wistful, piteous,
  • customary impersonal,
  • same prescient,
  • proper and delicate,
  • cautious, oblique,
  • nearest and only true,
  • supercilious, accusatory,
  • odd but very genuine,
  • desolate perilous,
  • shortest and nearest,
  • own fittest,
  • nearest and most certain,
  • careless and tasteless,
  • ordinary, obvious,
  • gentle but speechless,
  • slow, dogmatic,
  • cursory and indiscriminate,
  • perverse and unpleasant,
  • affectionate and doubtful,
  • unconscious, subtle,
  • deliberate lazy,
  • low but happier,
  • persuasive and angelic,
  • satirical and somewhat cynical,
  • sure and cheap,
  • magnificent, thorough,
  • extremely interesting and attractive,
  • reckless and extreme,
  • subtle but comprehensive,
  • literal high,
  • queer unpleasant,
  • mighty roundabout,
  • shortest and likeliest,
  • good busy,
  • unhurried and confident,
  • painful possible,
  • curious bitter,
  • hard and contemptuous,
  • sharp and restless,
  • queer, secret,
  • own, slower,
  • surest and easiest,
  • delightful explanatory,
  • bland, good-humored,
  • ominous and unaccountable,
  • poor and stingy,
  • hospitable and agreeable,
  • petty and nasty,
  • highly peculiar and eccentric,
  • normal, unquestioned,
  • crooked and stony,
  • abject and ignoble,
  • weird, zealous,
  • fierce, scary,
  • particularly slow and painful,
  • brilliant and unorthodox,
  • obvious and unequivocal,
  • dim, animal,
  • mixed-up, foggy,
  • difficult and almost vertical,
  • solitary but irresistible,
  • forlorn, uncomfortable,
  • fugitive and sketchy,
  • joyless, helpless,
  • greedy, funny,
  • peculiar and eccentric,
  • efficient long-term,
  • peculiar, silvery,
  • quickest, easiest,
  • long and horrid,
  • naked, natural,
  • humble, sensible,
  • furtive and clandestine,
  • devious improbable,
  • tireless, meticulous,
  • casual, reckless,
  • silent and careful,
  • tangible and thrilling,
  • steady but painfully slow,
  • weary but hopeful,
  • obtuse, symbolic,
  • strange, unjust,
  • rather greedy and selfish,
  • half-digested, helter-skelter,
  • quite natural and effortless,
  • general and unofficial,
  • gentle, indifferent,
  • indolent and absent,
  • plausibly indolent and absent,
  • plausibly indolent,
  • guileless affectionate,
  • studiedly casual and indifferent,
  • gratifying public-school,
  • cordial, good-humored,
  • wholly different and peculiar,
  • unlawful or mysterious,
  • clumsy and unsatisfactory,
  • quiet, philosophical,
  • amiable, nice,
  • natural and effortless,
  • fertile and brilliant,
  • tranquil, serious,
  • easy and economical,
  • selfish, negative,
  • long, longest,
  • superior, irritating,
  • benevolent, impartial,
  • quiet forlorn,
  • proper and safer,
  • positive, human,
  • casual but meaningful,
  • circuitous and unlamented,
  • colorless and indifferent,
  • properly colorless and indifferent,
  • properly colorless,
  • bustling and business-like,
  • quaint, patriarchal,
  • impulsive and random,
  • neat underhanded,
  • high-sounding but miniature,
  • brief autocratic,
  • tight, smug,
  • elegant foreign,
  • simpler or easier,
  • crisp, neat,
  • capable and satisfactory,
  • cheerful, self-reliant,
  • tamer german,
  • fabulous and wonderful,
  • surest, quickest,
  • soft, automatic,
  • unfathomable obsessive,
  • feeble and childish,
  • indulgent, proprietary,
  • conspicuous, overblown,
  • native magnificent,
  • breezy old-time,
  • casual, impulsive,
  • fugitive, vagrant,
  • fervent, fascinating,
  • humorous and touchingly pathetic,
  • absent and aimless,
  • sinful, vulgar,
  • ponderous judicial,
  • systematic and serial,
  • old, selfish,
  • cheap, effective,
  • more worthier,
  • emphatic military,
  • old, marvelous,
  • own roundabout,
  • odd, indescribable,
  • pungent, penetrating,
  • damn mysterious,
  • dumb pathetic,
  • silent and private,
  • thoughtful and distinct,
  • peculiarly thoughtful and distinct,
  • dramatic and unmistakable,
  • finite mathematical,
  • shy bearish,
  • mute and agile,
  • obscure, sinister,
  • loud and disturbing,
  • unknown, unfathomable,
  • ordinary, sullen,
  • vague, unconscious,
  • own gruff,
  • usual darwinian,
  • sweet tyrannical,
  • queer, hushed,
  • infernal satiric,
  • imperious brisk,
  • quick, fragmentary,
  • weird and very approximate,
  • inconspicuous and apparently unconscious,
  • peculiarly violent and unusual,
  • profane and unlawful,
  • left-handed, political,
  • helpless, half-witted,
  • listless dull,
  • strong blind,
  • casual, uncaring,
  • quite simple and natural,
  • gay and hearty,
  • dear bumbling,
  • unambiguous, simple,
  • rude and serious,
  • pleasant, informal,
  • different and artificial,
  • easiest and wealthiest,
  • legal and reasonably honest,
  • noble and distant,
  • sure and safer,
  • grave paternal,
  • sad and lifeless,
  • foolish and clumsy,
  • glib and confident,
  • calmest and simplest,
  • own repellent,
  • courteous german,
  • frank and impudent,
  • expensive and safer,
  • quiet and inexpensive,
  • calm and sane,
  • fastest and safest,
  • carefully casual and indifferent,
  • poor and lame,
  • easiest and cheapest,
  • cheapest and easiest,
  • shortest and surest,
  • casual and indifferent,
  • clean contrary,
  • steep and thorny,
  • surest and quickest,
  • wide pathless,
  • quickest and easiest,
  • easiest and quickest,
  • dim and perilous,
  • nicest possible.
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