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Urban
Like a city; Charectoristic of a city.
Imperssionistic
Pertaining to a highly personalized responce to art or experience as opposed to a responce based on reason or fact.
Devious
done in a underhanded mannor
Insight
Ability to see and understand the true nature of something.
Metropolitan
Pertaining to a major city;
a high ranking bishop.
Politico
Informal or journalistic team for a polotician.
Cosmopolitan
Sophisticated in a international way.
Impolotic
Unwise, not exibiting good judgement.
Megalopolis
A unified urban region compressing several large cities and their surrounding cities.
Geopolitics
Study of the relationship between geography and polotics.
Mypoia
Shorsideness or lack of good judjement.
Perceptive
Have the ability to be keenly aware of things and situtions.
Veracity
Devotion to the truth, honesty.
Suburban
Charactoristic of the suburbs the mainly resential areas surrounding large cities.
Duplicity
Delibrate description or trickery by speaking or acting in two diffrent ways concerning the same manor.
Fictitous
Adopted or assumed in order to decieve; false, fiction, imaginary.
Urbane
Elegantly polite and sophisicated.
Guileless
Free of slyness or craftness;
simple and innocent.
Gullible
Easly fooled or decived.
Hypocritical
Pretnding to have some desierable or publicity;
insecure.
Reputable
Having a good name, well thought of.
Masquerade
To have or put on a deceptive appearence; to wear a mask.
Overt
Open and observable, apparent.
Gape
To stare in amavement.
Envision
to picture in the mind.
Behold
To gaze at; to lood upon.
Discernment
Keenness or sharpness in decting, distinguishing, or selecting.
Foresee
To see, or know beforehand.