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Far from sth Seek/Sought #$terminate #$tir ate 'o&d()a*+ .

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on the contrary, in reverse, contrary 1. to go in search or quest of. 2. to try to discover, as by studying. 3. to try to obtain: to seek fame. 4. to try or attem t !. to ask for" request , %o get rid of by destroying com &ete&y" e$tir ate %o u&& u by the roots. %o su ort sth , (of a -udge or court+ ru&e" decide: 1. Sub-ect to debate, dis ute 2. 'aving &ess or no ractica& re&evance 1. used to indicate duty or correctness, ty ica&&y *hen critici0ing someone1s actions: ki&& or serious&y inca acitate (someone+: heated disagreement, , the e$ ression of a rova& or agreement, officia& agreement or sanction: es ecia&&y convenient or a ro riate for a articu&ar action or event: argue about etty and trivia& matters: combine or integrate (an idea, system, etc.+ *ith another, ty ica&&y in a *ay considered ina ro riate: form a menta& icture of (something not yet e$isting or kno*n+: contem &ate or conceive of as a ossibi&ity or a desirab&e future event: &ook thoughtfu&&y for a &ong time at: give (someone or onese&f+ a different a earance in order to concea& one1s identity, concea& the nature or e$istence of (a fee&ing or situation+: 'idden 5itter, shar animosity, es ecia&&y as e$hibited in s eech or behavior. 4 fervent, sometimes mi&itant su orter or ro onent of a arty, cause, faction, erson, or idea. *ithout kno*ing a&& of the re&evant facts" a arent&y:, from a earances a&one as far as one kno*s or can see: :nab&e to react quick&y" un re ared: a. c&umsy or a*k*ard b. do*nright and uncom romising 1. /f sound mind" menta&&y hea&thy 2. 'aving or sho*ing sound -udgment" reasonab&e. %o occur as an e$traneous or un &anned circumstance: 1. .arked by a ready f&o* of s eech" f&uent. 2. %urning easi&y on an a$is" rotating. 1. %o offer, se&&, or ut into circu&ation (an imitation+ as genuine 2. %o resent (one<s se&f+ as other than *hat one is 4 sycho&ogica& henomenon *hereby eo &e do something rimari&y because other eo &e are doing it, regard&ess of their o*n be&iefs, *hich they may ignore or override. a erson *ho remains neutra& or undecided in a controversy. 1. 'igh9 itched and iercing in tone or sound 2. 7roducing a shar , high9 itched tone or sound 3. Shar or keen to the senses" harsh&y vivid: ub&ic condemnation of someone or something *hen a&& factors are taken into consideration: (of an action+ carried out *ithout rea& interest, fee&ing, or effort: thinking or communicating in an unfocused or im recise *ay: of uncertain, indefinite, or unc&ear character or meaning: a dishonest or un rinci &ed man, a erson *hose behaviour one disa roves of but *ho is nonethe&ess &ikeab&e or attractive: unre&iab&e or untrust*orthy, es ecia&&y in business or financia& matters: a means to an end" not necessari&y a rinci &ed or ethica& one 1. 4 restraint, &imit, or restriction. 2. 4n adverse remark or criticism" censure. having or dis &aying a assionate intensity: a erson *ho advocates a theory, ro osa&, or course of action: a sma&& organi0ed dissenting grou *ithin a &arger one, es ecia&&y in o&itics: dissension *ithin an organi0ation: a*k*ard in movement or in hand&ing things: irre&evant or unre&ated to the sub-ect being dea&t *ith, of e$terna& origin the action of using someone or something as a mode&: disagreement that &eads to discord: disagreement bet*een eo &e: