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Things severity often describes (“severity ________”)

Descriptive words:
great, greater, such, extreme, utmost, clinical, moderate, much, unusual, more, undue, sufficient, greatest, equal, excessive, less, relative, variable, increased, overall, considerable, mock, merciless, initial, terrible, potential, exceptional, stern, unnecessary, average, peculiar, unrelenting, extraordinary, apparent, ruthless, unprecedented, lesser, unsparing, usual, relentless, mild, cruel, inflexible, maximum, necessary, rigid, tic, disease, intense, cold, marked, especial, inexorable, wholesome, rigorous, unexampled, needless, comparable, intermediate, uncompromising, unjust, exemplary, judicial, due, uncommon, pitiless, psychiatric, brutal, awful, unparalleled, functional, barbarous, harsh, just, implacable, reduced

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Book See severity used in context: 5 rhymes, 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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