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  • 21serious — adjective Etymology: Middle English seryows, from Anglo French or Late Latin; Anglo French serious, from Late Latin seriosus, alteration of Latin serius weighty, serious; probably akin to Old English swǣr heavy, sad Date: 15th century 1.… …

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  • 22solemn — adjective Etymology: Middle English solempne, from Anglo French, from Latin sollemnis regularly appointed, solemn Date: 14th century 1. marked by the invocation of a religious sanction < a solemn oath > 2. marked by the observance of established&#8230; …

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  • 23sedate — I. adjective Etymology: Latin sedatus, from past participle of sedare to calm; akin to sedēre to sit more at sit Date: 1663 keeping a quiet steady attitude or pace ; unruffled Synonyms: see serious • sedately adverb • sedateness …

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  • 24staid — I. adjective Etymology: from past participle of 3stay Date: 1557 marked by settled sedateness and often prim self restraint ; sober, grave Synonyms: see serious • staidly adverb • staidness noun II …

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  • 25sedate — sedately, adv. sedateness, n. /si dayt /, adj., v., sedated, sedating. adj. 1. calm, quiet, or composed; undisturbed by passion or excitement: a sedate party; a sedate horse. v.t. 2. to put (a person) under sedation. [1640 50; < L sedatus (ptp.&#8230; …

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  • 26temperance — noun a) Habitual moderation in regard to the indulgence of the natural appetites and passions; restrained or moderate indulgence; moderation; as, temperance in eating and drinking; temperance in the indulgence of joy or mirth; specifically,&#8230; …

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  • 27Chinese table manners — Chinese table Chinese table manners are the traditional styles that are used for eating in the region of China. In most dishes in Chinese cuisine, food is cooked in bite sized pieces and easy to hold and eat. Therefore, chopsticks are used at the …

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  • 29Полк, Сара Чилдресс — Сара Чилдресс Полк Sarah Childress Polk Первая леди США …

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  • 30composure — I noun aequus animus, aplomb, balance, calm, calmness, command of one s faculties, command of temper, complacence, constraint, content, contentment, control, equability, equanimity, equilibrium, evenness, forbearance, fortitude, harmony,&#8230; …

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  • 31decorum — I noun act demanded by social custom, amenability, amenableness, amenities, appropriate behavior, appropriateness, best behavior, best of taste, bienseance, civility, civilized behavior, code of what is fitting, conduct, conformity, consideration …

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  • 32moderation — I noun abstemiousness, abstinence, alleviation, assuagement, avoidance of extremes, balance, calmness, composure, conservatism, constraint, continence, continentia, control, coolness, deliberateness, diminution, dispassionateness, economy,&#8230; …

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  • 33cool — Synonyms and related words: Buddha like composure, Laodicean, OK, Olympian, Oriental calm, abate, abnegation, above all that, absolute zero, abstinence, ace high, affectless, aguey, aguish, air condition, air cool, algid, algidity, allay, aloof,&#8230; …

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  • 34courtliness — Synonyms and related words: amenities, augustness, chivalrousness, chivalry, civilities, civility, comity, convention, courtly politeness, decencies, decorum, dignifiedness, dignity, diplomatic code, elegance, elegancies, etiquette, exquisite&#8230; …

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  • 35dignity — Synonyms and related words: Atticism, Establishment, VIP, address, appropriateness, augustness, baron, big gun, big man, big name, bigwig, brass, brass hat, buckram, cachet, celebrity, ceremonial, ceremoniousness, ceremony, chasteness, chastity,&#8230; …

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  • 36earnestness — Synonyms and related words: abandon, absorption, advertence, advertency, alertness, ardency, ardor, assiduity, assiduousness, attention, attention span, attentiveness, awareness, care, commitment, committedness, concentration, consciousness,&#8230; …

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  • 37formality — Synonyms and related words: Procrustean law, act, baccalaureate service, bienseance, bill, bylaw, canon, celebration, ceremonial, ceremony, circumstance, civility, code, commencement, conformity, convenance, convention, conventional usage,&#8230; …

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  • 38grandeur — Synonyms and related words: Babylonian splendor, ampleness, amplitude, augustness, bigness, broadness, bulk, capaciousness, comprehensiveness, consequence, conspicuousness, copiousness, courtliness, dignifiedness, dignity, distinction,&#8230; …

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  • 39gravity — Synonyms and related words: G, G suit, acuteness, adduction, affinity, allurement, apogeotropism, attractance, attraction, attractiveness, attractivity, augustness, avoirdupois, beef, beefiness, bleakness, buckram, capillarity, capillary&#8230; …

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  • 40long face — Synonyms and related words: decorousness, demureness, earnestness, formality, frown, glower, gravity, grimace, grimness, lower, moue, mow, pout, scowl, sedateness, seriousness, sober mindedness, soberness, sobersidedness, sobersides, sobriety,&#8230; …

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