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A great mind can neither sophisticate nor suppress its earnest convictions.
Ours is continually the task to civilize, to sophisticate, to refine this raw material.
CRAFTSMANSHIP IN TEACHINGWILLIAM CHANDLER BAGLEY
As far as Clavering could see, she had every intention of making a Sophisticate night of it.
BLACK OXENGERTRUDE FRANKLIN HORN ATHERTON
He must needs try to sophisticate us by talking about "the doings of the gods."
NINETEENTH CENTURY QUESTIONSJAMES FREEMAN CLARKE
Ale was originally made from barley-malt and yeast alone, and those who put in anything else were held to sophisticate the liquor.
Because the merit is an unreal merit, it does not corrupt or sophisticate his real merits.
ALL THINGS CONSIDEREDG. K. CHESTERTON
Gramps was no blasé sophisticate who had tasted all he could stomach of life by the time he was thirty.
THE BLACK FAWNJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD

WORDS RELATED TO SOPHISTICATE

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