|having achieved great spirituality, knowledgeable, well-educated, broad-minded, rational, well-informed||enlightened|
|(American Slang) negro, black person, applying generally, of or pertaining to a class or kind; of a genus (Biology); of goods or medication sold without a brand name, generic drug, suitable for a broad range, with general name||generic|
|(Archaic) greatness of amount or quantity of something, great quantity||muchness|
|(Archaic) love, have great affection for; feel a passionate attraction to||belove|
|(Asquith-Herbert Henry) former prime minister of Great Britain; (Christopher) American author; (Rober) English thespian; (Edwards-Williams) American chemist (researched the relative motion of the Earth)||Morley|
|(British spelling for plow) cut into the soil with a plough; advance through great effort; pave the way; fail, not succeed, (British spelling for plow) farming tool used for cutting into the ground||plough|
|(died 546 BC) last king of Lydia who was known for his great wealth ; man who is very rich, wealthy man||Croesus|
|(Informal) all right; great; acceptable, okay; acceptable, pleasant, satisfactory||alright|
|(Informal) amazing, excellent, great; stylish, fashionable, act of swelling, distention; swollen part, protuberance; gradual increase; surge of feeling or emotion; long unbroken wave; elevation of land, slope; crescendo followed by a diminuendo (Music)...||swell|
|(Slang) a great amount or quantity of something||mucho|
|(Slang) calculated guess; assumption based on a guess, (Slang) make an educated guess; estimate by guessing, estimate based on conjecture, make conjecture about||guesstimate|
|(Slang) excellent, wonderful, great||phat|
|(Slang) great, excellent; of outstanding quality or ability, someone who has great ability, something excellent; corn confection, sweet corn snack||crackajack|
|(Slang) strict, meticulous; petty, narrow-minded, persnickety||pernickety|
|(Slang) very good, great, exceptional, at most, ranked highest||tops|
|1 followed by 12 zeros, 1 followed by 18 zeros, large number of something, number equaling one thousand billions, one million millions, one followed by 12 zeros (in the U.S. and France); one followed by 18 zeros (in Great Britain and Germany)||trillion|
|1715 - 1723 in France, 1811 - 1820 in Great Britain||Regency|
|a considerable number, a large number, each of a considerable number, great number of people or things, multitude, plenty, large in number, abundant, numerous, the majority||many|
|A government bond with no maturity . Popular in Great Britain. The formula for valuing these bonds is simple. The consol payment divided by yield to maturity is the price of the bond.||Consol|
|a great deal, a little, approximately, to a certain degree; somewhat (Informal); very, considerably (Informal), being an unknown or unspecified amount, undetermined, approximate; being unnamed; impressive, remarkable (Informal), particular but unspecif...||some|
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