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Pronunciation:

[ ɪntˌɜːpɹɪtˈe͡ɪʃən], [ ɪntˌɜːpɹɪtˈe‍ɪʃən], [ ɪ_n_t_ˌɜː_p_ɹ_ɪ_t_ˈeɪ_ʃ_ə_n]

Synonyms for Interpretation:

interpretation (noun) meaning (noun) Other synonyms:

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Rhymes for Interpretation:

  1. integration, proliferation, appreciation, divination, improvisation, escalation, hesitation, privation, extermination, annexation, obligation, formulation, orientation, ministration, ostentation, classification, education, expectation, implementation, maximization, assimilation, reaffirmation, dehydration, industrialization, termination, dedication, explanation, exfoliation, disorganization, pacification, conjugation, segregation, continuation, deforestation, regeneration, devastation, derivation, preoccupation, arbitration, imagination, ratification, remuneration, sophistication, dictation, rotation, liberalization, desalination, imputation, dissertation, incarceration, excitation, exhalation, inhabitation, retardation, justification, commemoration, valuation, coagulation, association, usurpation, replication, clarification, desiccation, transformation, anticipation, monopolization, sanitation, location, foundation, emanation, liquidation, conversation, reformation, prognostication, pagination, annotation, hospitalization, dramatization, denunciation, dissociation, collaboration, orchestration, repudiation, coloration, configuration, titillation, incrimination, desalinization, preparation, inoculation, incantation, excommunication, stimulation, notification, confiscation, altercation, elimination, restoration, incubation, invitation, decontamination, devaluation, publication, transplantation, exasperation, fascination, respiration, reincarnation, inhalation, inauguration, habitation, evaporation, emulation, irradiation, naturalization, admiration, mobilization, generation, certification, cultivation, affirmation, neutralization, recitation, meditation, segmentation, amputation, humiliation, alienation, relocation, denomination, desecration, mummification, dissipation, cremation, investigation, oxidation, dispensation, deification, croatian, visitation, deportation, manipulation, examination, disinclination, exhortation, facilitation, detonation, lactation, stalinization, convocation, automation, recuperation, deregulation, magnification, quotation, documentation, expiration, consecration, deviation, sensation, revelation, damnation, punctuation, exacerbation, degradation, misinterpretation, generalization, sedation, vindication, corporation, urbanization, capitulation, exhilaration, cohabitation, exploration, communization, medication, implication, saturation, figuration, corroboration, procreation, simplification, reverberation, elongation, cogitation, disembarkation, germination, conglomeration, temptation, assassination, vacation, mechanization, discoloration, concatenation, realization, confirmation, proclamation, authorization, evaluation, coordination, decoration, alteration, incapacitation, hallucination, aviation, interrogation, consternation, intonation, gestation, invalidation, revocation, vilification, organization, repatriation, solicitation, reparation, authentication, diversification, affectation, cooperation, navigation, celebration, installation, concentration, nullification, modernization, dissemination, identification, harmonization, appropriation, deformation, rationalization, amelioration, congregation, conciliation, flirtation, glaciation, enumeration, vaporization, illustration, qualification, stipulation, sequestration, reconciliation, starvation, fertilization, collectivization, ovation, fluctuation, oration, immunization, narration, frustration, intimation, resignation, miscalculation, correlation, reservation, gyration, cancellation, masturbation, compilation, commercialization, suffocation, overpopulation, electrification, globalization, permutation, categorization, contamination, irritation, impregnation, subsidization, condensation, hybridization, salvation, substantiation, operation, compensation, isolation, obfuscation, victimization, congratulation, misrepresentation, misapplication, inspiration, participation, miscreation, stabilization, lubrication, infiltration, tabulation, consummation, recantation, decapitation, reunification, protestation, occupation, federation, coronation, implantation, domestication, variation, stagnation, conflagration, revaluation, differentiation, situation, adjudication, overvaluation, pronunciation, summation, foliation, bifurcation, incarnation, dislocation, reputation, confederation, predestination, jubilation, premeditation, optimization, rejuvenation, subordination, fumigation, reallocation, westernization, mediation, recommendation, relation, irrigation, presentation, refrigeration, fermentation, mutation, creation, ovulation, liberation, quantification, resuscitation, triangulation, gratification, inactivation, reexamination, demonstration, disinflation, oscillation, domination, deprivation, notation, sedimentation, legislation, illumination, deceleration, fixation, embarkation, flotation, nomination, legalization, innovation, denationalization, unification, libration, deliberation, exploitation, speculation, initiation, renovation, aggravation, fragmentation, civilization, sanctification, immigration, propagation, adaptation, recreation, equalization, marginalization, approbation, edification, deflation, argumentation, misappropriation, infatuation, perforation, discrimination, organisation, appellation, reorganization, duration, regulation, desegregation, graduation, normalization, undervaluation, amplification, self-congratulation, perturbation, evacuation, pollination, depredation, translation, menstruation, taxation, distillation, unionization, insubordination, alleviation, vulgarization, exclamation, invocation, renunciation, agitation, malformation, falsification, excavation, incrustation, constellation, glorification, annihilation, approximation, application, modulation, transportation, simulation, perspiration, hibernation, pasteurization, experimentation, manifestation, allocation, violation, elevation, relaxation, affiliation, exhumation, reiteration, amalgamation, infestation, centralization, refutation, disputation, provocation, limitation, disorientation, constipation, vacillation, fabrication, verification, gravitation, population, computation, reclamation, negation, imitation, vibration, calculation, ornamentation, inflation, multiplication, avocation, corp, degeneration, expatriation, purification, strangulation, articulation, molestation, retaliation, consolation, equitation, amortization, complication, agglomeration, estimation, utilization, elation, exoneration, palpitation, combination, instigation, fluoridation, vaccination, destabilization, calibration, profanation, aspiration, separation, miniaturization, intimidation, information, pigmentation, confabulation, levitation, registration, allegation, validation, granulation, indentation, demoralization, consultation, visualization, emigration, conservation, personification, specification, mitigation, moderation, perpetuation, litigation, condemnation, duplication, fortification, importation, codification, procrastination, exaggeration, rehabilitation, localization, motivation, preservation, ramification, impersonation, expropriation, destination, demarcation, instrumentation, magnetization, culmination, dalmatian, consolidation, colonization, desperation, trepidation, precipitation, sterilization, emancipation, disintegration, criminalization, indignation, discontinuation, radiation, modification, dehumanization, standardization, rectification, observation, ejaculation, augmentation, insinuation, commendation, nationalization, echolocation, elaboration, incoordination, ionization, demobilization, tribulation, animation, reconsideration, depreciation, intoxication, contemplation, eradication, polarization, maturation, determination, dilation, declaration, vocation, rumination, gradation, reforestation, inflammation, ordination, privatization, revitalization, indication, socialization, ossification, vegetation, dilatation, connotation, adulation, donation, characterization, delineation, desolation, defamation, nonproliferation, democratization, reinvigoration, machination, equivocation, origination, delegation, inundation, confrontation, representation, specialization, evocation, consideration, ventilation, insulation, inclination, formation, accumulation, incorporation, negotiation, communication, remediation, indemnification, designation, adoration, plantation, decentralization, popularization, prostration, toleration, demonization;
  2. station, ration, nation;
  3. cessation, causation, citation, carnation, castration, alsatian, cetacean;
  4. abrogation, activation, aberration, abdication, accusation, acclimation;
  5. accommodation, abbreviation, accreditation, acceleration, abomination;
  6. capitalization, alphabetization;
  7. demilitarization, decriminalization, americanization;
  8. internationalization;

Quotes for Interpretation:

  1. If you take myth and folklore, and these things that speak in symbols, they can be interpreted in so many ways that although the actual image is clear enough, the interpretation is infinitely blurred, a sort of enormous rainbow of every possible colour you could imagine. Diana Wynne Jones.
  2. It is all nonsense, to be sure; and so much the greater nonsense inasmuch as the true interpretation of many dreams- not by any means of all dreams- moves, it may be said, in the opposite direction to the method of psycho -analysis. Arthur Machen.
  3. I like to create the music I hear in my interior. As a conductor, you have the ability to squeeze the sounds and interpretation you asked for from 50 to 80 people. Eberhard Weber.

Adjectives for Interpretation:

  • ely literal,
  • selfish and even treasonous,
  • wrong, subtle,
  • false and sacrilegious,
  • lofty secret,
  • consistently bestial,
  • dumb, personal,
  • own restrictive,
  • heavy off-balance,
  • carefully self-serving,
  • bald, simplified,
  • quick symbolic,
  • secular, western,
  • obnoxious secondary,
  • narrowly normative,
  • not-too-cynical,
  • hopefully not-too-cynical,
  • oddly pious,
  • thorough and highly readable,
  • marvelous cinematic,
  • well-known animated,
  • hothouse philosophical,
  • rigid biblical,
  • different, diabolical,
  • questionable biblical,
  • excessively literal,
  • slow and very irish,
  • chronological, causal,
  • audiovisual and simultaneous,
  • common scriptural,
  • strict allegorical,
  • biographical allegorical,
  • altogether meaningless,
  • viable sociobiological,
  • multilevel symbolic,
  • inevitable allegorical,
  • complete and deductive,
  • narrow heathen,
  • therefore social and humanitarian,
  • per-bonal,
  • technical and unsound,
  • previously universal,
  • due intellectual,
  • infallible, human,
  • cultural and aesthetic,
  • scientific or materialistic,
  • popularly trivial,
  • uncertain or private,
  • personal or arbitrary,
  • narrow and pitiful,
  • obvious and most natural,
  • characteristically steadfast,
  • moderate and characteristically steadfast,
  • naturalistic impressionistic,
  • general literal,
  • proper or reasonable,
  • transparently partial,
  • truest aesthetic,
  • narrow and unjustifiable,
  • true, harmonic,
  • crimino-political,
  • purely faustian,
  • obvious sentimental,
  • original loose,
  • consistent and comprehensive,
  • initial correct,
  • apparent martial,
  • usual freudian,
  • unambiguous physical,
  • rigid and legal,
  • literal or legal,
  • fantastic and allegorical,
  • earlier ceremonial,
  • solid dramatic,
  • strictly autobiographical,
  • new and untraditional,
  • reasonable spiritual,
  • symbolic or allegorical,
  • fanciful human,
  • grim and literal,
  • scrupulous and ingenious,
  • refined or spiritual,
  • clear and modern,
  • appropriate theoretical,
  • conservative fundamentalist,
  • absolute and rigid,
  • good metaphysical,
  • least troubling,
  • pleasant possible,
  • subtle and imaginative,
  • witty and incisive,
  • highly cautious,
  • dramatically interesting,
  • such factual,
  • more fundamentalist,
  • charming and terrible,
  • interesting poetic,
  • mystical and mediaeval,
  • fresh and effective,
  • vividly personal,
  • commonly current,
  • quite lucid,
  • profound and genial,
  • illuminating and inspiring,
  • optimistic and aesthetic,
  • literal and natural,
  • intelligent vocal,
  • less paradoxical,
  • national photographic,
  • potentially relevant,
  • subjective artistic,
  • marvelously romantic,
  • just oral,
  • absolute literal,
  • own, limited,
  • harsh, mechanical,
  • true dynamic,
  • concrete and empirical,
  • non-realistic,
  • brilliant, original,
  • non-figurative,
  • faithful and skilful,
  • present mathematical,
  • traditional ecclesiastical,
  • new and illegal,
  • such ironic,
  • grim and sinister,
  • relatively lower,
  • own accurate,
  • usual theological,
  • same pragmatic,
  • purely mechanistic,
  • broad psychological,
  • highly optimistic,
  • such astute,
  • more uplifting,
  • latest and most perfect,
  • rather welcome,
  • highly readable,
  • psycho-social,
  • therefore social,
  • remarkably sympathetic,
  • long and accurate,
  • mere conjectural,
  • nearly flawless,
  • intelligent and scientific,
  • complex intellectual,
  • such symbolic,
  • new visual,
  • possible vicious,
  • sudden and graphic,
  • worst and most sordid,
  • widest allowable,
  • longstanding and bipartisan,
  • everyday judicial,
  • conventional statistical,
  • immediate fearful,
  • oculocranial,
  • supply optimistic,
  • plain climatic,
  • human and strictly european,
  • vital, convincing,
  • obvious and current,
  • blasphemous allegorical,
  • painful and literal,
  • traditional literal,
  • fond, mystical,
  • doubtful or captious,
  • feminine and wholly flattering,
  • poetic and exquisite,
  • unforgettable, poetic,
  • mutual similar,
  • imitation sociological,
  • enlightened and logical,
  • surprising lyrical,
  • authoritative phonetic,
  • opposite and common-sense,
  • liberal nationalistic,
  • free symbolical,
  • continuous philosophical,
  • legitimate and congenial,
  • natural and very proper,
  • complementary and dynamic,
  • history geographical,
  • irrefutable secondary,
  • last and most modern,
  • typical non-religious,
  • religious or transcendent,
  • valuable or illuminating,
  • partial, physiological,
  • seeming or philosophic,
  • faunal evolutionary,
  • probable but prosaic,
  • refined and most perfect,
  • pathetic, melodious,
  • stringent and literal,
  • lawful and allowable,
  • exclusively literal,
  • exhaustively economic,
  • direct and most natural,
  • wonderfully exact and beautiful,
  • consistent and vital,
  • possible harmless,
  • new, symbolical,
  • habitual mythical,
  • hasty and illusory,
  • generous, equitable,
  • probable but not certain,
  • gross and inaccurate,
  • fullest and most fruitful,
  • far-reaching judicial,
  • judicial constitutional,
  • exclusive or inclusive,
  • broad legislative,
  • unwarranted and fantastic,
  • unsound allegorical,
  • tenable economic,
  • lame and uncertain,
  • usual and most undisputed,
  • long-standing literal,
  • necessary allegorical,
  • ecclesiastico-theological,
  • stringent and quixotic,
  • least sacramental,
  • subsequent far-fetched,
  • formal or morphological,
  • purely formal or morphological,
  • commonplace cold,
  • correct and evident,
  • traditional and dogmatic,
  • unpretentious, thorough,
  • contraband, british,
  • singularly acute and humorous,
  • fundamentally materialistic,
  • private unaided,
  • strict and possibly narrow,
  • correct morphological,
  • erroneous symbolic,
  • spiritual or esoteric,
  • rationalistic and merely intellectual,
  • symbolical or even allegorical,
  • poetic and allegoric,
  • lucid and down-to-earth,
  • possible impertinent,
  • true modernistic,
  • traditional and superficial,
  • profoundest, widest,
  • celtic or druidical,
  • prophetic and purposive,
  • semi-poetical, semi-philosophical,
  • own bilious,
  • far-fetched and unusual,
  • truthful oral,
  • current exclusive,
  • bible, wrong,
  • adequate editorial,
  • unnatural symbolical,
  • historic supernatural,
  • passionately unjust,
  • insolent and slanderous,
  • harmonious and yet conscientious,
  • correct homological,
  • conscientious and healthy,
  • mild and strict,
  • relatively few and simple,
  • moreover genuine,
  • ethical idealistic,
  • impetuous and highly curious,
  • decidedly accurate,
  • better superficial,
  • allegorical, historical and mystical,
  • extensive or restrictive,
  • cunning sweet,
  • mystical and literal,
  • necessary spatial,
  • consistent and fruitful,
  • vapidly rigid,
  • fair synthetic,
  • exceptionally poetic,
  • ecological and metabolic,
  • secret or mystical,
  • wide, strict,
  • wide and strict,
  • certain and definitive,
  • legitimate and skilful,
  • vocal and literary,
  • ancient and provincial,
  • uniformly liberal,
  • minutely literal,
  • false and unhistorical,
  • teleological and anti-teleological,
  • bold naturalistic,
  • unwarrantably broad,
  • spiritually logical,
  • striking and full,
  • strict and somewhat captious,
  • critical and conjectural,
  • naturalistic, biological,
  • arbitrary and mystical,
  • purely arbitrary and mystical,
  • admissible and also striking,
  • tolerably feasible,
  • abstractly logical,
  • clinical and pathologic,
  • geometrical and algebraical,
  • gross, careless,
  • opaque, materialistic,
  • mythical,
  • liberal and narrow,
  • different and very liberal,
  • functional and practical,
  • purely temporal and material,
  • grammatical and legitimate,
  • super-spatial and super-temporal,
  • constructive and sympathetic,
  • frankly materialistic and atheistic,
  • charmingly dramatic,
  • workable and fair,
  • poetic and wholly imaginary,
  • literal and dogmatic,
  • original and adequate,
  • primal and natural,
  • allegorical or philosophical,
  • moderate and merciful,
  • anti-literal and figurative,
  • anti-literal,
  • convenient and reasonably certain,
  • arbitrary and most improbable,
  • rigid scriptural,
  • arbitrary and vulgar,
  • gentle and ethical,
  • genial and humanitarian,
  • unnatural and fanciful,
  • complete and indisputable,
  • genuinely ideal,
  • genuinely ideal and spiritual,
  • modern and individual,
  • wholly flattering,
  • absolute unquestioned,
  • again wrong,
  • satisfactory and rational,
  • wrong and mischievous,
  • obvious rational,
  • new and unconstitutional,
  • thoroughgoing mechanical,
  • human, biological,
  • historico-mythological,
  • finer legal,
  • impartial and fair,
  • casual and local,
  • incalculable personal,
  • noble and trustworthy,
  • reverent and poetical,
  • extravagant and false,
  • wrong and injurious,
  • impressive and spiritual,
  • delicate and haunting,
  • fairest and most generous,
  • eminently charitable,
  • careful and vigorous,
  • systematic evolutionary,
  • wide constructive,
  • downright prosaic,
  • realistic and complete,
  • traditional sentimental,
  • satisfactory judicial,
  • grotesquely repulsive,
  • consistent and verifiable,
  • deep and suggestive,
  • picturesque and harmonious,
  • deepest and most original,
  • effective vital,
  • much metallurgical,
  • peculiar astronomical,
  • literal or mystical,
  • hypothetical physiological,
  • broad and healthy,
  • rigid and dogmatic,
  • doubtful religious,
  • super-spatial,
  • popular or secondary,
  • undoubtedly natural,
  • frankly materialistic,
  • expressive pantomimic,
  • barest literal,
  • literal biblical,
  • orthodox scriptural,
  • strict and technical,
  • just philosophic,
  • pious and justifiable,
  • crudely simple,
  • evidently correct,
  • increasingly liberal,
  • traditional or authoritative,
  • baldly literal,
  • fresh and true,
  • low and childish,
  • pleasing double,
  • higher metaphysical,
  • authoritative contemporary,
  • thoroughgoing social,
  • vital and constructive,
  • allegorical and spiritual,
  • also more and more,
  • infallible private,
  • acute and humorous,
  • literary and exegetical,
  • faithful and sure,
  • significant and terrible,
  • sufficiently shallow,
  • clumsy and dangerous,
  • narrow and erroneous,
  • ordinary literal,
  • so-called subjective,
  • necessarily conjectural,
  • enlightened and prudent,
  • allegorical and moral,
  • precise historic,
  • unusually appealing,
  • simple sympathetic,
  • increasingly religious,
  • obvious literal,
  • highly impersonal,
  • selfish local,
  • super-temporal,
  • altogether misleading,
  • comfortable, everyday,
  • superb orchestral,
  • patristic and scholastic,
  • older scriptural,
  • satisfactory mechanical,
  • own rousing,
  • personal, original,
  • proper classical,
  • plain and fair,
  • plausible and consistent,
  • mystic and allegorical,
  • old rationalistic,
  • early judicial,
  • warmly sympathetic,
  • less bloodthirsty,
  • true and obvious,
  • innocent and proper,
  • literal and material,
  • absurd theological,
  • certain and accurate,
  • allegorical or spiritual,
  • grandest lyric,
  • direct and sincere,
  • rather stricter,
  • doubtful and delicate,
  • simply true,
  • original and spiritual,
  • own unjustified,
  • low and inadequate,
  • erroneous historical,
  • direct literal,
  • swift and cruel,
  • later cultural,
  • older and sounder,
  • increasingly rigid,
  • wholly fanciful,
  • literal and obvious,
  • admirable and faithful,
  • biblical and scientific,
  • possibly narrow,
  • spiritual or poetic,
  • literary or poetic,
  • new and authoritative,
  • grammatical and historical,
  • wise and spiritual,
  • accurate legal,
  • such audible,
  • so-called mythical,
  • reasonably true,
  • more incorrect,
  • legitimate historical,
  • usual austrian,
  • lax and easy,
  • broad spiritual,
  • plain and popular,
  • free, liberal,
  • much fanciful,
  • new and adequate,
  • philosophico-theological,
  • appropriate vocal,
  • openly insulting,
  • almost audacious,
  • best and most rational,
  • widest and best,
  • exceedingly strict,
  • rational and wise,
  • rigid and narrow,
  • anti-teleological,
  • plainest and most practical,
  • deeply philosophic,
  • genuinely historical,
  • geometrical,
  • materialistic and atheistic,
  • adequate dramatic,
  • complete gothic,
  • own literal,
  • own fallible,
  • intensely pathetic,
  • thoroughly sympathetic,
  • exact and beautiful,
  • sudden humorous,
  • beautiful and spiritual,
  • careful literary,
  • conventional german,
  • ridiculous and false,
  • wholly satisfying,
  • relatively few,
  • truly dazzling,
  • subtle, far-reaching,
  • literal and exact,
  • careful and logical,
  • other correct,
  • strictly european,
  • sufficiently clever,
  • modern provincial,
  • ingenious and brilliant,
  • early economic,
  • definite theological,
  • rigorously logical,
  • new and wholesome,
  • new and authentic,
  • local judicial,
  • delightfully original,
  • new abstract,
  • essentially personal,
  • also striking,
  • temporal and material,
  • own facile,
  • deeper philosophical,
  • rather literal,
  • different visual,
  • strict classical,
  • final scientific,
  • wider and fuller,
  • consistent and rational,
  • splendid imaginative,
  • narrow and one-sided,
  • over-literal,
  • true vocal,
  • new and enlightened,
  • somewhat captious,
  • older theological,
  • comparatively rational,
  • less felicitous,
  • more rationalistic,
  • ordinary orthodox,
  • utterly untenable,
  • current jewish,
  • profoundly original,
  • ordinary popular,
  • wonderfully exact,
  • material and personal,
  • philosophic or scientific,
  • quick and correct,
  • broad and true,
  • dramatic and poetical,
  • purely rationalistic,
  • peculiar philosophical,
  • old allegorical,
  • admirable artistic,
  • vaguely sinister,
  • wider and richer,
  • plain and literal,
  • new and arbitrary,
  • subtle metaphysical,
  • tardy and reluctant,
  • daily practical,
  • own elastic,
  • proper musical,
  • highly musical,
  • less clumsy,
  • mild and liberal,
  • fine emotional,
  • more lyric,
  • old judicial,
  • less instructive,
  • exceedingly nasty,
  • individual,
  • still hopeful,
  • profoundly thoughtful,
  • full and truthful,
  • finest and sweetest,
  • wider and better,
  • religious and personal,
  • exceedingly liberal,
  • grossly ignorant,
  • more ironic,
  • poetic and philosophic,
  • perceptional,
  • other intelligible,
  • supposedly scientific,
  • choral and orchestral,
  • semi-poetical,
  • perfectly simple and natural,
  • purely fantastic,
  • conscious literary,
  • new and false,
  • usual historical,
  • sociobiological,
  • social and humanitarian,
  • directly religious,
  • new, terrible,
  • progressively higher,
  • somewhat misleading,
  • natural and probable,
  • intimate and sympathetic,
  • clear and coherent,
  • singularly acute,
  • logical and moral,
  • quite arbitrary,
  • common and obvious,
  • special psychological,
  • ideal and spiritual,
  • somewhat inadequate,
  • dull and commonplace,
  • social revolutionary,
  • mythical and legendary,
  • best poetical,
  • other ultimate,
  • strictly economic,
  • primary moral,
  • simple, logical,
  • sufficiently obvious,
  • difficult and doubtful,
  • plain and common,
  • less authentic,
  • best artistic,
  • purely temporal,
  • historico-critical,
  • beautiful and glorious,
  • own enthusiastic,
  • wholly erroneous,
  • intense dramatic,
  • strictly correct,
  • more theoretical,
  • less vulgar,
  • reasonably certain,
  • plain and natural,
  • purely mythical,
  • less momentous,
  • homological,
  • poetic and imaginative,
  • general critical,
  • much stricter,
  • beautiful and original,
  • strict historical,
  • simplest and best,
  • better balanced,
  • plain and honest,
  • such humane,
  • such faultless,
  • perfectly consistent,
  • same creative,
  • totally wrong,
  • simple and harmless,
  • masculine or feminine,
  • free individual,
  • particularly wide,
  • simplest and most natural,
  • fair and candid,
  • new and thrilling,
  • worthy and noble,
  • powerful and original,
  • least pleasing,
  • new and unpleasant,
  • more unfavorable,
  • modern legal,
  • more naive,
  • popular literary,
  • such metaphysical,
  • rather subtle,
  • legal and religious,
  • latest official,
  • annoying alternate,
  • strong, symbolic,
  • occasional, polite,
  • traditional possible,
  • own transactional,
  • typical or allegorical,
  • allegorical or topical,
  • extensive and strict,
  • explicit and authoritative,
  • serious and authoritative,
  • false and gross,
  • spiritually historical,
  • ultra literal,
  • artful and technical,
  • neat psychoanalytic,
  • similar astrological,
  • excessive mythological,
  • liturgical, symbolical,
  • strongly philosophical,
  • new and strongly philosophical,
  • ceremonial or sacerdotal,
  • german lieder,
  • twofold false,
  • falsely literal,
  • coarsely literal,
  • false literal,
  • doctrinaire and numerical,
  • picturesque but fanciful,
  • quantitative-mathematical,
  • absurd and gratuitous,
  • honest vocal,
  • literal and somewhat secular,
  • piously ingenious,
  • correct anthropological,
  • consequent literal,
  • literal and critical,
  • equally compact and intelligent,
  • edifying and miraculous,
  • intimate verbal,
  • egotistical and personal,
  • private and subjective,
  • limited provincial,
  • proper charming,
  • historically justifiable,
  • humane or social,
  • small and arbitrary,
  • narrow, prosaic,
  • allegorical or other,
  • private and unfounded,
  • simply literal,
  • primary and private,
  • pessimistic possible,
  • careful philological,
  • special or individual,
  • reverent and respectful,
  • historical or ethical,
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  • broad and loose,
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  • adequate and legitimate,
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  • own good-humored,
  • equational,
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  • deeply sympathetic,
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  • mystical and moral,
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  • pious and faithful,
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  • strict,
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  • literal.
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