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without interest or concern; not caring; neutral
indifferent
regaining goodwill or favor; tending to placate
conciliatory
self-satisfied; unconcerned; content to a fault
complacent
pertaining to a sense of beauty in nature and art
aesthetic
asserting opinions in a dictatorial manner
dogmatic
questioning; eager to learn; given to examination
inquisitive
ability to perceive something obscure or concealed; discriminating
discerniable
unconventional; deviating from accepted practice
eccentric
deceptive; logically unsound; misleading
fallacious
subject to changing one's mind without much thought; erratic; whimsical
capricious
having the appearance of truth, reliability or reason
palusible
departing from the most direct way; circuitous; roundabout
devious
disposed to be quiet or not speak freely; reserved
reticent
taking or showing extreme care about minute details; painstaking; thorough
meticulous
thought of apart from concrete realities, specific objects or actual instances
absstract
without interest or concern; not caring; neutral
indifferent
regaining goodwill or favor; tending to placate
conciliatory
self-satisfied; unconcerned; content to a fault
complacent
pertaining to a sense of beauty in nature and art
aesthetic
asserting opinions in a dictatorial manner
dogmatic
questioning; eager to learn; given to examination
inquisitive
ability to perceive something obscure or concealed; discriminating
discerniable
unconventional; deviating from accepted practice
eccentric
deceptive; logically unsound; misleading
fallacious
subject to changing one's mind without much thought; erratic; whimsical
capricious
having the appearance of truth, reliability or reason
palusible
departing from the most direct way; circuitous; roundabout
devious
disposed to be quiet or not speak freely; reserved
reticent
taking or showing extreme care about minute details; painstaking; thorough
meticulous
thought of apart from concrete realities, specific objects or actual instances
absstract