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  • 83Delhi Conspiracy Commission — The Chief Commissioner of Delhi, exercising his special powers under section 3(1) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, issued an order dated April 9, 1930 constituting a commission, which was known as the Delhi Conspiracy Commission. The Commission …

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  • 85Berkeley, George — George Berkeley David Berman BACKGROUND AND EARLY WORK George Berkeley was born on 12 March 1685 in Co. Kilkenny, where he spent his early years. His father was from England, his mother (very probably) was born in Ireland.1 After attending… …

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  • 86foolish — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. silly; unwise. See folly, ignorance. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. silly, senseless, unwise, absurd; see silly , stupid 1 . See Synonym Study at absurd . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. stupid,… …

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  • 87meaningless — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. insignificant, without rhyme or reason; senseless, aimless; nonsensical. See unmeaningness, absurdity.Ant., meaningful. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. vague, absurd, insignificant; see trivial ,… …

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  • 88unreasonable — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. irrational, illogical, absurd, senseless, preposterous, ridiculous; immoderate, excessive, extravagant, exorbitant; stubborn, obstinate. See folly, imagination, changeableness, dearness. II (Roget s …

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  • 89nonsensical — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. absurd, silly, senseless; see stupid 1 . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. 1. unintelligible meaningless, incomprehensible, senseless. 2. absurd silly, foolish, scatterbrained, ridiculous, preposterous. ANT.: 1.… …

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  • 90sense — 01. Some people say that animals can [sense] an earthquake before it occurs. 02. Police are looking for witnesses in the [senseless] beating of an 80 year old man on the weekend. 03. Some people think that dogs can [sense] your fear. 04. My… …

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  • 91reasonless — adjective 1. having no justifying cause or reason a senseless, causeless murder a causeless war that never had an aim an apparently arbitrary and reasonless change • Syn: ↑causeless • Similar to: ↑unmotivated 2 …

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  • 92senselessly — adverb 1. in a meaningless and purposeless manner these innocent bystanders were senselessly killed • Derived from adjective: ↑senseless 2. in an unreasonably senseless manner these temples were mindlessly destroyed by the Red Guards • Syn:… …

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  • 93wasted — adjective 1. not used to good advantage (Freq. 1) squandered money cannot be replaced a wasted effort • Syn: ↑squandered • Similar to: ↑lost 2. serving no useful purpose; having no excuse for being …

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  • 94wild-eyed — adjective 1. appearing extremely agitated (Freq. 2) crowded the wild eyed animals into a truck • Similar to: ↑agitated 2. not sensible about practical matters; idealistic and unrealistic as quixotic as a restoration of medieval knighthood a… …

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  • 95Stun — Stun, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Stunned}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Stunning}.] [OE. stonien, stownien; either fr. AS. stunian to resound (cf. D. stenen to groan, G. st[ o]hnen, Icel. stynja, Gr. ?, Skr. stan to thunder, and E. thunder), or from the same… …

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  • 96Stunned — Stun Stun, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Stunned}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Stunning}.] [OE. stonien, stownien; either fr. AS. stunian to resound (cf. D. stenen to groan, G. st[ o]hnen, Icel. stynja, Gr. ?, Skr. stan to thunder, and E. thunder), or from the same… …

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  • 97Stunning — Stun Stun, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Stunned}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Stunning}.] [OE. stonien, stownien; either fr. AS. stunian to resound (cf. D. stenen to groan, G. st[ o]hnen, Icel. stynja, Gr. ?, Skr. stan to thunder, and E. thunder), or from the same… …

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  • 98Stupid — Stu pid, a. [L. stupidus, fr. stupere to be stupefied: cf. F. stupide.] 1. Very dull; insensible; senseless; wanting in understanding; heavy; sluggish; in a state of stupor; said of persons. [1913 Webster] O that men . . . should be so stupid… …

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  • 99Stupidly — Stupid Stu pid, a. [L. stupidus, fr. stupere to be stupefied: cf. F. stupide.] 1. Very dull; insensible; senseless; wanting in understanding; heavy; sluggish; in a state of stupor; said of persons. [1913 Webster] O that men . . . should be so… …

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  • 100Stupidness — Stupid Stu pid, a. [L. stupidus, fr. stupere to be stupefied: cf. F. stupide.] 1. Very dull; insensible; senseless; wanting in understanding; heavy; sluggish; in a state of stupor; said of persons. [1913 Webster] O that men . . . should be so… …

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