sophisticated

[ suh-fis-ti-key-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF sophisticated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SOPHISTICATED

There speaks the sophisticated and conscious literary technician!

The sophisticated African has ceased to be surprised at anything a white man may do.

But it is a vain enterprise for sophisticated Europe to try and understand these doings.

"Time has nothing to do with love," said the sophisticated Sara.

Crowley was right—she could not meet his sophisticated gaze.

This was a new and sophisticated republication of savage animism.

But in national legends this universal process is sophisticated.

To sophisticated people, the boy might have seemed as grotesque as the cub.

For all her sophisticated and independent manner she was still a child at heart.

Rather,” he replied coldly, “but very worldly and sophisticated.

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