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Things est often describes (“est ________”)
ratio, animal, fort, question, par, mort, mart, son, grand, tres, point, species, venue, bonus, carthago, desire, place, que, charge, homo, training, medium, bon, cause, morte, indies, sub, pas, une, bien, simple, devenue, res, modus, sage, necessaire, fait, tale, rates, bonne, lie, dans, court, content, europeennes, encore, rationale, car, tire, ens, toujours, degree, libre, source, connue, album, orient, figure, grave, immense, locus, hie, omnibus, servie, quisque, doux, conduit, partie, pauper, color, meme, prise, corpus, duplex, double, finie, tempore, marquee, honor

Descriptive words:
nord, chief, par, inter, sud, non, real, centre, minor, major, omnibus, impossible, coed, superlative, maximum, madrid, latin, hic, ultra, consummatum, grave, stiff, minimum, hoc, mere, cuius, hot, extra, suffix, actual, ita, comparative, big, quid, cheap, sic, dear, fond, paris, mean, mobile, superior, quasi, easy, latest, premier, ortho, add, une, immediate, hon, divine, meme, absolute, male, cortaillod, grand, wee, larg, fragile, haec, quale, date, stat

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See est used in context: 1 rhyme, 10 Shakespeare works several books and articles.

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