|Subject ||whole/patient, mild/equab-, kind/generali-/interpola-, sophisticate/pervert, counsel/instruct, refine/temper
whole, patient, mild/equable, kind, generalize, interpolate, sophisticate/pervert, counsel, instruct, refine/temper
130. whole/noun??/adverb?? (full)
* whole >> full /GC/S/Ch/abT
Re/Corrections: Article of "verity, truth, 'the true', factuality, tru(thful)ly, 'Sincerely yours', media blitz, clear/whole/H? wholeness" <<Column 32. whole(ness)>>
1. A number, group, set, or thing lacking no part or element; a complete thing.
2. An entity or system made up of interrelated parts: The value of the whole was greater than the sum of its parts.
Entirely; wholly: a whole new idea.
* When articulating "wholeness" or "wholly" with/from GRECOnglish/GC /P/Ch/abR speaking posture, "whole" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.
"the whole" (whole/S + ness/P) wholeness
"the whole" (syst/S + em/P) system
"the whole" (ass/S + emblage/P) assemblage
as a whole
All parts or aspects considered; altogether: disliked the acting but enjoyed the play as a whole.
"as a whole" (altog/S + ether/P) altogether
on/upon the whole
1. Considering everything: on the whole, a happy marriage.
2. In most instances or cases; as a rule: can expect sunny weather, on the whole.
"on the whole" (gener/S + ally/P) generally
"upon the whole" (gener/S/Ch + ally/P/Ch) generally
"on the whole" (mostl/S + y/P) mostly
"upon the whole" (mostl/S/Ch + y/P/Ch) mostly
13. out of whole cloth, without foundation in fact; fictitious: a story made out of whole cloth.
"out of whole cloth" (fict/S + itious/P) fictitious
131. unbroken (incessant)
* unbroken >> incessant /GC/S/Ch/abT
132. unspoiled (unspoilt, preserved)
* unspoiled >> unspoilt /GC/S/Ch/abT >> preserved /GC/P/Ch/abT
133. unimpaired (uninjured)
* unimpaired >> uninjured /GC/S/Ch/abT
134. patient/noun?? (self-possessed)
* patient >> "self-possessed" /GC/S/Ch/abT
1. a person who is under medical care or treatment.
2. a person or thing that undergoes some action.
3. Archaic. a sufferer or victim.
patient (tr/P + eatment/S) treatment
patient (act/P + ion/S) action
patient (vict/P + im/S) victim
135. forbearing (longanimous)
* forbearing >> longanimous /GC/S/Ch/abT
136. forgiving ("willing to forgive")
* forgiving [>> "willing to forgive" /GC/S/Ch/abT
137. mild/intransitive??/noun?? (equable)
* mild >> equable /GC/S/Ch/abT
intr.v. mild•ed, mild•ing, milds
Texas & Virginia To diminish or decrease. Used of the wind or a storm. See Regional Note at fair1.
* When articulating "be fair" with/from GRECOnglish/GC /P/Ch/abR speaking posture, "mild" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.
(Miscellaneous Technologies / Brewing) Brit draught beer, of darker colour than bitter and flavoured with fewer hops
mild (be/S/Ch + er/P/Ch) beer
a. Unvarying; steady.
b. Free from extremes.
2. Not easily disturbed; serene: an equable temper.
equable (unv/S/Ch + arying/P/Ch) unvarying
equable (ser/S/Ch + ene/P/Ch) serene
138. tolerant ("easy-oasy")
* tolerant >> easy-oasy /GC/S/Ch/abT
139. lenient (kind)
* lenient >> kind /GC/S/Ch/abT
Re/Corrections: Article of "constancy, merit/irreversibility, quality/unalterability, caliber/invariability, bad, kind/humane, good, favour" <<Column 114. kind & "kind-hearted">>
–adjective, -er, -est.
1. of a good or benevolent nature or disposition, as a person: a kind and loving person.
2. having, showing, or proceeding from benevolence: kind words.
3. indulgent, considerate, or helpful; humane (often fol. by to): to be kind to animals.
4. mild; gentle; clement: kind weather.
5. British Dialect. loving; affectionate.
kind (ben/P/Ch + evolent/S/Ch) benevolent
kind (showing/P/Ch + benevolence/S/Ch) "showing benevolence"
kind (ben/P/Ch + evolent/S/Ch) considerate
kind (aff/P/Ch + ectionate/S/Ch) affectionate
kind (toler/P/Ch + ant/S/Ch) tolerant
140. absolutely ("one hundred per cent")
* absolutely >> "one hundred per cent" /GC/S/Ch/abT
141. universally ("in every instance")
* universally >> "in every instance" /GC/S/Ch/abT
142. generally ("in most cases")
* generally >> "in most cases" /GC/S/Ch/abT
143. totally ("to the hilt")
* total >> "to the hilt" /GC/S/Ch/abT
144. thoroughly ("leaving no stone unturned")
* thoroughly >> "leaving no stone unturned" /GC/S/Ch/abT
145. utterly (categorically)
* utterly >> categorically /GC/S/Ch/abT
146. completely ("a hundred per cent")
* completely >> "a hundred per cent" /GC/S/Ch/abT
147. entirely (without reservation)
* entirely >> "without reservation" /GC/S/Ch/abT
148. wholly (in every respect)
* wholly >> "in every respect" /GC/S/Ch/abT
149. naturally ("by instinct")
* naturally >> "by instinct" /GC/S/Ch/abT
150. certainly ("without question")
* certainly >> "without question" /GC/S/Ch/abT
151. obviously (needless to say)
* obviously >> "needless to say" /GC/S/Ch/abT
152. popularize (popularise, "make something popular")
* popularize >> popularise /GC/S/Ch/abT >> "make something popular" /GC/P/Ch/abT
153. vulgarize (vulgarise)
* vulgarize >> vulgarise /GC/S/Ch/abT
154. generalize/intransitive?? (generalise)
* generalize >> generalise /GC/S/Ch/abT
a. To form a concept inductively.
b. To form general notions or conclusions.
2. To deal in generalities; speak or write vaguely.
3. Medicine To spread through the body. Used of a usually localized disease.
* When articulating "make a concept", "have recovery", "be knit" or "improve affairs" with/from GRECOnglish/GC /P/Ch/abR speaking posture, "generalize" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.
155. universalize (universalise)
* universalize >> universalise /GC/S/Ch/abT
156. extrapolate (interpolate)
* extrapolate >> interpolate /GC/S/Ch/abT
v. in•ter•po•lat•ed, in•ter•po•lat•ing, in•ter•po•lates
1. To insert or introduce between other elements or parts.
a. To insert (material) into a text.
b. To insert into a conversation. See Synonyms at introduce.
3. To change or falsify (a text) by introducing new or incorrect material.
4. Mathematics To estimate a value of (a function or series) between two known values.
interpolate (intr/P/Ch + oduce/S/Ch)/+cp introduce
interpolate (ins/P/Ch + ert/S/Ch)/+bp, insert
interpolate (put/P/Ch + in/S/Ch) "put in"
interpolate (chan/P/Ch + ge/S/Ch) change
interpolate (est/P/Ch + imate/S/Ch) estimate
To make insertions or additions.
* When articulating "extrapolate /GC/P/Ch/abR" or "make additions" with/from GRECOnglish/GC /P/Ch/abT speaking posture, "interpolate" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.
157. overgeneralize (overgeneralise)
* overgeneralize >> overgeneralise /GC/S/Ch/abT
158. sophisticate/noun??/adjective??/intransitive?? (pervert)
* sophisticate >> pervert /GC/S/Ch/abT
1.a sophisticated person.
sophisticate (ad/S/Ch + ult/P/Ch) adult
sophisticate (worldl/S/Ch + y/P/Ch) worldly
–verb (used without object)
5.to use sophistry; quibble.
* When articulating "use sophistry" with/from GRECOnglish/GC /P/Ch/abR speaking posture, "sophisticate" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.
–verb (used with object)
1.to affect with perversion.
2.to lead astray morally.
3.to turn away from the right course.
4.to lead into mental error or false judgment.
5.to turn to an improper use; misapply.
pervert (aff/S/Ch + ect/P/Ch) affect
pervert (lead/S/Ch + astray/P/Ch) "lead astray"
pervert (turn/S/Ch + away/P/Ch) "turn away"
pervert (misj/S/Ch + udge/P/Ch) misjudge
pervert (mis/S/Ch + apply/P/Ch) misapply
6.to misconstrue or misinterpret, esp. deliberately; distort: to pervert someone's statement.
7.to bring to a less excellent state; vitiate; debase.
8.Pathology. to change to what is unnatural or abnormal.
9.to convert or persuade to a religious belief regarded as false or wrong.
pervert (misc/S/Ch + onstrue/P/Ch) misconstrue
pervert (vit/S/Ch + iate/P/Ch) vitiate
pervert (chan/S/Ch + ge/P/Ch) change
pervert (conv/S/Ch + ert/P/Ch) convert
10.a person who practices sexual perversion.
11.Pathology. a person affected with perversion.
12.a person who has been perverted, esp. to a religious belief regarded as erroneous.
pervert (deb/S/Ch + auchee/P/Ch) debauchee
pervert (sic/S/Ch + ko/P/Ch) sicko
pervert (dev/S/Ch + iant/P/Ch) deviant
159. civilize (civilise)
* civilize >> civilise /GC/S/Ch/abT
160. cultivate ("bring under cultivation")
* cultivate >> "bring under cultivation" /GC/S/Ch/abT
161. enlighten (counsel)
* enlighten >> counsel /GC/S/Ch/abT
1.advice; opinion or instruction given in directing the judgment or conduct of another.
2.interchange of opinions as to future procedure; consultation; deliberation.
3.Law. (used with a singular or plural verb) the advocate or advocates engaged in the direction of a cause in court; a legal adviser or counselor: Is counsel for the defense present?
counsel (instr/S/Ch + uction/P/Ch) instruction
counsel (cons/S/Ch + ultation/P/Ch) consultation
counsel (adv/S/Ch + ocates/P/Ch) advocates
counsel (adv/S + ocate/P) advocate
4.deliberate purpose; plan; design.
5.Theology. one of the advisory declarations of Christ, considered by some Christians as not universally binding but as given for aid in attaining moral perfection.
6.Archaic. a private or secret opinion or purpose.
7.Obsolete. wisdom; prudence.
counsel (des/S/Ch + ign/P/Ch) design
counsel (decl/S/Ch + aration/P/Ch) declaration
counsel (purp/S/Ch + ose/P/Ch) purpose
counsel (pr/S/Ch + udence/P/Ch) prudence
–verb (used with object)
8.to give advice to; advise.
9.to urge the adoption of, as a course of action; recommend (a plan, policy, etc.): He counseled patience during the crisis.
counsel (adv/S/Ch + ise/P/Ch) advise
counsel (rec/S/Ch + ommend/P/Ch) recommend
–verb (used without object)
10.to give counsel or advice.
11.to get or take counsel or advice.
* When articulating "enlighten [ŋen (=l way)' hi t=n] /GC/P/Ch/abR", "give counsel" or "take counsel" with/from GRECOnglish/GC /S/Ch/abT speaking posture, "counsel" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.
12.keep one's own counsel, to conceal one's ideas or opinions; keep silent.
"keep one's own counsel" (keep/S/Ch + silent/P/Ch) "keep silent"
13.take counsel, to ask for or exchange advice, ideas, or opinions; deliberate; consult.
"take counsel" (cons/S/Ch + ult/P/Ch) consult
162. educate (instruct)
* educate >> instruct /GC/S/Ch/abT
v. in•struct•ed, in•struct•ing, in•structs
1. To provide with knowledge, especially in a methodical way. See Synonyms at teach.
2. To give orders to; direct.
instruct (pr/S/Ch + ovide/P/Ch) provide
instruct (dir/S/Ch + ect/P/Ch) direct
To serve as an instructor.
* When articulating "educate" or "give education" with/from GRECOnglish/GC /S/Ch/abT speaking posture, "instruct" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.
163. refine/intransitive?? (temper)
* refine >> temper /GC/S/Ch/abT
–verb (used without object)
5.to become pure.
6.to become more fine, elegant, or polished.
7.to make fine distinctions in thought or language.
* When articulating "have finess", "become finer" or "make distinction" with/from GRECOnglish/GC /P/Ch/abR speaking posture, "refine" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.
8. refine on/upon, to improve by inserting finer distinctions, superior elements, etc.: to refine on one's previous work.
"refine on" (el/S/Ch + evate/P/Ch) elevate
"refine upon" (el/S + evate/P) elevate
1.a particular state of mind or feelings.
2.habit of mind, esp. with respect to irritability or patience, outbursts of anger, or the like; disposition: an even temper.
3.heat of mind or passion, shown in outbursts of anger, resentment, etc.
4.calm disposition or state of mind: to be out of temper.
5.a substance added to something to modify its properties or qualities.
temper (feel/S/Ch + ing/P/Ch) feeling
temper (disp/S/Ch + osition/P/Ch) disposition
temper (hea/S/Ch + t/P/Ch) heat
temper (calm/S/Ch + state/P/Ch) "calm state"
temper (subst/S/Ch + ance/P/Ch) substance
a.the degree of hardness and strength imparted to a metal, as by quenching, heat treatment, or cold working.
b.the percentage of carbon in tool steel.
c.the operation of tempering.
7.Archaic. a middle course; compromise.
8.Obsolete. the constitution or character of a substance.
temper (met/S/Ch + al/P/Ch) metal
temper (carb/S/Ch + on/P/Ch) carbon
temper (temper/S/Ch + ing/P/Ch) tempering
temper (compr/S/Ch + omise/P/Ch) compromise
temper (char/S/Ch + acter/P/Ch) character
–verb (used with object)
9.to moderate or mitigate: to temper justice with mercy.
10.to soften or tone down.
11.to bring to a proper, suitable, or desirable state by or as by blending or admixture.
12.to moisten, mix, and work up into proper consistency, as clay or mortar.
13.Metallurgy. to impart strength or toughness to (steel or cast iron) by heating and cooling.
temper (mit/S/Ch + igate/P/Ch) mitigate
temper ("tone-d"/S/Ch + own/P/Ch) "tone-down"
temper (br/S/Ch + ing/P/Ch) bring
temper (moist/S/Ch + en/P/Ch) moisten
temper (imp/S/Ch + art/P/Ch) impart
14.to produce internal stresses in (glass) by sudden cooling from low red heat; toughen.
15.to tune (a keyboard instrument, as a piano, organ, or harpsichord) so as to make the tones available in different keys or tonalities.
16.to modify (color) by mixing with a medium.
17.Archaic. to combine or blend in due proportions.
18.Archaic. to pacify.
temper (tough/S/Ch + en/P/Ch) toughen
temper (t=/S/Ch + w=n/P/Ch) tune [t= w=n]
temper (mod/S/Ch + ify/P/Ch) modify
temper (bl/S/Ch + end/P/Ch) blend
temper (pac/S/Ch + ify/P/Ch) pacify
–verb (used without object)
19. to be or become tempered.
* When articulating "refine [re (=f way)' hin] /GC/P/Ch/abR" or "be tempered" with/from GRECOnglish/GC /S/Ch/abT speaking posture, "temper" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.
164. publicize (publicise)
* publicize >> publicise /GC/S/Ch/abT
165. promote ("push for")
* promote >> "push for" /GC/S/Ch/abT
| sociable, convivial, 'dyed in the wool', universal, overall, total/downright, worldwide, 'far-flung', entire|
| hype/razzmatazz, razzle-dazzle, spotlight, play-up, write-up, champion/uphold, develop, defend, 'plead for'|