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calculating
shrewd, crafty
experienced
cerebral
intellectual
intelligent
cherish
to feel or show great love or care for somebody; to value something such as a right, freedom, or privilege highly
like
clarity
clearness; clear understanding
clear
cluttered
messy, disorderly
messy
collage
assemblage of diverse elements
collected
combustion
the process of burning
aggressive
comprehensible
readily understood
intelligent
conciliatory
overcoming distrust of hostility
friendly
condense
to reduce, make more concise
decrease
confiscation
seizure by authorities
take away
conserve
use sparingly; protect from loss or harm
saving
content
satisfied
happy
conventional
typical, customary, commonplace
typical
convict
to find guilty of a crime
disapprove
culpable
guilty, responsible for wrong
blame
curator
caretaker and overseer of an exhibition, especially in a museum
people
daunting
discouraging
discourage
debilitating
impairing the strength or energy
unhealthy
decibel
unit of sound intensity
sound
decorous
proper, well-behaved
formal
deferment
the act of delaying
time
degradation
reduction in worth or dignity
subservient
delineate
to protray, depict, describe
detailed
demanding
requiring much effort and attention
bossy
depose
to remove from a high position, as from a thrown
take away
desolate
deserted, lifeless, barren
alone
diffident
shy, lacking confidence
proud
dilatory
slow, tending to delay
time
disconcert
to cause someone to feel uneasy
worsen