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Posted by muffled on August 31, 2007, at 23:16:54

In reply to Re: Definition of ambivalence, need, bad » muffled, posted by JoniS on August 31, 2007, at 22:45:54

> OK.
> Now, how about ... Forethought, generous, and good?
> silly Muffled :-]
Main Entry: 1fore·thought
Pronunciation: 'for-"thot
Function: noun
1 : a thinking or planning out in advance : PREMEDITATION
2 : consideration for the future

Main Entry: gen·er·ous
Function: adjective
1 archaic : HIGHBORN
2 a : characterized by a noble or forbearing spirit : MAGNANIMOUS, KINDLY b : liberal in giving : OPENHANDED c : marked by abundance or ample proportions : COPIOUS <a thin salt-and-pepper moustache interrupted by a generous nose -- Richard Zabel>

Main Entry: 1good
Function: adjective
2 a (1) : VIRTUOUS, RIGHT, COMMENDABLE <a good person> <good conduct> (2) : KIND, BENEVOLENT <good intentions> b : UPPER-CLASS <a good family> c : COMPETENT, SKILLFUL <a good doctor> d (1) : LOYAL <a good party man> <a good Catholic> (2) : CLOSE <a good friend> e : free from infirmity or sorrow <I feel good>




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