|Subject ||sociable, convivial, 'dyed in the wool', universal, overall, total/downright, worldwide, 'far-flung', entire
119. congenial (sociable)
* congenial >> sociable /GC/S/Ch/abT
1. Fond of the company of others; gregarious.
2. Marked by or affording occasion for agreeable conversation and conviviality. See Synonyms at social.
3. Pleasant, friendly, and affable. See Synonyms at gracious.
sociable (soc/S/Ch + ial/P/Ch) social
sociable (gr/S/Ch + acious/P/Ch) gracious
sociable (soc/S/Ch + ial/P/Ch) social
social (gath/S + ering/P) gathering
120. reconcilable (convivial)
* reconcilable >> convivial /GC/S/Ch/abT
1. friendly; agreeable: a convivial atmosphere.
2. fond of feasting, drinking, and merry company; jovial.
3. of or befitting a feast; festive.
convivial (jo/P/Ch + vial/S/Ch) jovial
convivial (fest/P/Ch + ive/S/Ch) festive
121. accordant (helpful)
* accordant >> helpful /GC/S/Ch/abT
122. absolute (dyed-in-the-wool)
* absolute >> dyed-in-the-wool /GC/S/Ch/abT
1. through and through; complete: a dyed-in-the-wool reformer.
2. dyed before weaving.
"dyed-in-the-wool" (weav/P/Ch + ing/S/Ch) weaving
123. universal/noun?? (all-embracing)
* universal >> all-embracing /GC/S/Ch/abT
13. something that may be applied throughout the universe to many things, usually thought of as an entity that can be in many places at the same time.
14. a trait, characteristic, or property, as distinguished from a particular individual or event, that can be possessed in common, as the care of a mother for her young.
15. Logic. a universal proposition.
universal (ent/P + ity/S) entity
universal (tr/P + ait/S) trait
universal (pr/P + oposition/S) proposition
a. a general term or concept or the generic nature that such a term signifies; a Platonic idea or Aristotelian form.
b. an entity that remains unchanged in character in a series of changes or changing relations.
c. Hegelianism. concrete universal.
17. language universal.
18. Machinery. universal joint.
universal (conc/P + ept/S) concept
universal (rel/P + ation/S) relation
"concrete universal" (Hegel/P + ianism/S) Hegelianism [hæ' w= gel -]
"language universal" (lang/P + uage/S) language
"universal joint" (join/P + t/S) joint
124. general (overall)
* general >> overall /GC/S/Ch/abT
Re: Article of "customary/familiar, normal/average, usual/general, common/routine, standard/set, apropos, 'useful; of use'" <<Column 37. usual/noun?? (general)>>
1. From one end to the other: the overall length of the house.
2. Including everything; comprehensive: the overall costs of medical care.
3. Regarded as a whole; general: My overall impression was favorable.
overall ("end-to"/P/Ch + end/S/Ch) "end-to-end"
(end-to-end << ^from^ end to end)
(from end to end << from ^one^ end to ^the^ other end)
("from one end to the other" << "from one/SCN end to the other/PRM end" or "from one/PRM end to the other/SCN end")
overall (compr/P/Ch + ehensive/S/Ch)/+cp comprehensive
(vr-ôl) On the whole; generally: enjoyed the performance overall.
overall (gener/P/Ch + ally/S/Ch) generally
1. Chiefly British A loose-fitting protective outer garment; a smock.
2. overalls Loose-fitting trousers, usually of strong fabric, with a bib front and shoulder straps, often worn over regular clothing as protection from dirt.
overall (sm/P/Ch + ock/S/Ch) smock
overalls (tr/P/Ch + ousers/S/Ch) trousers
125. total/noun??/verb?? (downright)
* total >> downright /GC/S/Ch/abT
5. the total amount; sum; aggregate: a total of $200.
6. the whole; an entirety: the impressive total of Mozart's achievement.
total (aggr/P/Ch + egate/S/Ch) aggregate
total (ent/P/Ch + irety/S/Ch) entirety
–verb (used with object)
7. to bring to a total; add up.
8. to reach a total of; amount to.
9. Slang. to wreck or demolish completely: He totaled his new car in the accident.
total (add/P/Ch + up/S/Ch) "add up"
total (amount/P/Ch + to/S/Ch) "amount to"
total (dem/P/Ch + olish/S/Ch) demolish
–verb (used without object)
10. to amount (often fol. by to).
* When articulating "have a sum" with/from GRECOnglish/GC /P/Ch/abR speaking posture, "total" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.
1. thorough; absolute; out-and-out: a downright falsehood.
2. frankly direct; straightforward: a downright person.
3. Archaic. directed straight downward: a downright blow.
downright (str/P/Ch + aightforward/S/Ch) straightforward
downright (downw/P/Ch + ard/S/Ch) downward
4. completely or thoroughly: I'm not just upset—I'm downright angry.
downright (compl/P/Ch + etely/S/Ch) completely
* When articulating "total [(=t how)' hu d=l] /GC/P/Ch/abR" or "downrightly" with/from GRECOnglish/GC /S/Ch/abT speaking posture, "downright" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.
126. worldwide/adverb?? (ubiquitous)
* worldwide >> ubiquitous /GC/S/Ch/abT
Throughout the world: distributed worldwide.
worldwide ("around the"/S/Ch + world/P/Ch) "around the world"
127. widespread (far-flung)
* widespread >> far-flung /GC/S/Ch/abT
1. extending over a great distance.
2. widely disbursed or distributed.
"far-flung" (ext/S/Ch + ending/P/Ch) extending
128. complete (undivided)
* complete >> undivided /GC/S/Ch/abT
129. entire ("without a scratch")
* entire >> "without a scratch" /GC/S/Ch/abT
9. Archaic. the whole; entirety.
10. an ungelded animal, esp. a stallion.
entire (the/C2 + whole/P) "the whole"
entire (st/C2 + allion/P) stallion
| chutzpah', fight, payoff, path, consequences/end, result(s), verdict, upshot/event, compatible, consonant|
| whole/patient, mild/equab-, kind/generali-/interpola-, sophisticate/pervert, counsel/instruct, refine/temper|