What is another word for used?

316 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ j_ˈuː_z_d], [ jˈuːzd], [ jˈuːzd]

Synonyms for Used:

applied (adjective) applied (verb) utilized (verb) Other synonyms:
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Rhymes for Used:

  1. bruised, fused, refused, excused, misused, perused, cruised, infused, unused, mused, suffused;
  2. confused, defused, enthused, bemused, diffused, amused, accused, abused;
  3. disabused;

Quotes for Used:

  1. An excuse becomes an obstacle in your journey to success when it is made in place of your best effort or when it is used as the object of the blame. Bo Bennett.
  2. I can remember loving to recruit. I knew I was going to do my best. But traveling and recruiting doesn't appeal to me any more. It's not as much fun as it used to be. Bear Bryant.
  3. In my fantasies, I always wanted to play the ingenue, but in reality, in my bones, I am so used to playing the grandmother that I don't feel safe or even sure that I can do it. Camryn Manheim.

Idioms of Used:

  1. not as young as one used to be;
  2. used to do sth;
  3. used to sth/ doing sth;

Adjectives for Used:

  • 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,
  • 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,
  • 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,
  • 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,
  • 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,
  • 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,
  • 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,
  • civil or moral,
  • original and startling,
  • principal practical,
  • violently ill,
  • 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,
  • 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,
  • efficient and effective,
  • shaky and little,
  • 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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