|having unusual ideas, eccentric, whimsical, irritable||crotchety|
|(north england) like something, apprehend mentally, arrogance, excessive pride, haughtiness, conceitedness, exaggerated comparison in literature, imaginative idea, too much pride in yourself, whimsical object, witty expression||conceit|
|20th-century artistic movement seeking to express subconscious thought processes through the use of dreamlike imagery and unusual juxtapositions, art movement, type of art||surrealism|
|ability to absorb ideas, ability to digest food, breaking down, process by which the body breaks down and absorbs food, processing of food in body||digestion|
|able to create, artistic; full of creativity; innovative, inventive, ideas person, intentionally deceptive about financial information, new and original, resourceful||creative|
|able to receive, able to receive stimuli, accepting, taking in; open to ideas, open to suggestions, quick to learn, willing to accept||receptive|
|abnormal condition, state of being abnormal; irregularity, abnormal feature, unusual structure or function:||abnormality|
|abnormal, irregular, unusual, exceptional||anomalous|
|absorb ideas, absorb something, drink something, drink; absorb; take in, take something in as if drinking||imbibe|
|access, act of communicating, exchange of information, exchange of information or ideas; transfer, passing along; letter, message, rapport||communication|
|accessible to a particular group, alert, allowing access to the inside, apart or wide, available to all registered voters, available to do business, available without limitations, be ready for new ideas, become accessible to the public, begin showing t...||open|
|accumulate something, attract following, bring close, bring together, assemble, collect; amass, accumulate; harvest; conclude, deduce, collect ideas or data, draw on something, fold in fabric, form into group, form pus-filled head, gathering in, drawin...||gather|
|act of forming ideas, act of conceiving in the mind, deliberating, forming of thoughts, judgment//thinking cap, rational||thinking|
|act of obtaining any purpose by force or in a rushed manner or hastily or with unusual speed; (Gardening) act of raising plants and flowers and fruits at an earlier season than the natural period (by the use of artificial heat)||forcing|
|actor who plays eccentric roles||character actor|
|add microorganisms to a culture, introduce a virus or microorganism into a person or animal to create immunity to a disease, immunize; introduce microorganisms into a culture medium; instill or implant beliefs or ideas, protect somebody against disease||inoculate|
|additional, additional and greater, employed for special purpose, out of the ordinary, unusual, very unusual||extraordinary|
|adopting the characteristics of North American or European culture ideas and forms of government||westernization|
|advocate of collective way of living, member of a communist group or community; advocate of communist ideas, one who supports common ownership of property, of communitarians||communitarian|
|after feminism, going beyond feminism, reflecting feminism, supporter of postfeminist ideas||postfeminist|
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