The definition of literal is a translation that strictly follows the exact words.
The definition of imaginative is having or showing creativeness or resourcefulness.
Manifested in or involving practice:
Abstaining from or habitually abstemious in the use of alcoholic drink or other intoxicants:
Going or performed on foot:
The definition of arid is land that does not have enough water to support the growth of plants.
(Of water) with little waves on the surface.
Chilled by refrigeration or ice:
Neither new nor interesting; obvious or ordinary
Effected by action of the voters, rather than through elected representatives or delegates:
Showing no emotion or personality:
The definition of pragmatic is practical or logical.
The definition of realistic is someone who has a good grip on the reality of a situation and understands what can and cannot be done, something that is a practical, achievable idea, or something that resembles the actual truth about life.
Not changed, affected, or influenced
No longer wet:
Without warmth or enthusiasm; showing cool lack of concern; casually indifferent
Straightforward; frank or candid:
The definition of straightforward is honest, direct and to the point.
Not overly ornate; simple in style.
Arousing or intended to arouse the emotions:
Using methods to protect against infection by pathogenic microorganisms:
Lacking variety or interest; dull
Of a light olive brown or khaki color.
Having a flat heel or no heel
That never had life; inanimate
Lacking distinction, radiance, or vitality; dull:
Lacking spirit, energy, or vigor; listless; depressed
Drab, unfashionable, or unattractive
Not inspired; lacking spirit, creativity, zest, etc.; dull
Oppressive or unjust in nature or effect:
The definition of hardheaded is someone who is stubborn, or someone who is practical rather than sentimental.
The definition of impassive is someone who is calm and not feeling pain.
Lacking liveliness, charm, or surprise
Free of pretense, falsehood, or affectation:
With little or no emotion or expression
An issue in dispute that is left to the jury to resolve, because it is not clearly covered by any law. A judge then rules on what the law says must be done. Questions of fact are usually decided in lower courts rather than on appeal. See also fact-finder.
Existing independent of or external to the mind; actual or real:
The definition of prosaic is something boring, ordinary or common.
Having the qualities needed in business; efficient, methodical, etc.
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