ver|i|tis|tic


ver|i|tis|tic
ver|i|tis|tic «VEHR uh TIHS tihk», adjective.
= veristic. (Cf.veristic)

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • ver|bal|is|tic — «VUR buh LIHS tihk», adjective. of or having to do with verbalists; characterized by verbalism or verbalisms. –ver´bal|is´ti|cal|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • pi|e|tis|tic — «PY uh TIHS tihk», adjective. of or having to do with Pietism or the Pietists. pi|e|tis|tic «PY uh TIHS tihk», adjective. 1. conspicuous for pietism; very pious. 2. too pious; pious with exaggeration or affectation: »…within the framework of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Pi|e|tis|tic — «PY uh TIHS tihk», adjective. of or having to do with Pietism or the Pietists. pi|e|tis|tic «PY uh TIHS tihk», adjective. 1. conspicuous for pietism; very pious. 2. too pious; pious with exaggeration or affectation: »…within the framework of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • e|go|tis|tic — «EE guh TIHS tihk, EHG uh », adjective. 1. characterized by egotism; conceited. 2. selfish. –e´go|tis´ti|cal|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • in|ar|tis|tic — «IHN ahr TIHS tihk», adjective. 1. not artistic; lacking good taste: »inartistic figures crowding the canvas of life without adequate effect (George Eliot). 2. having no appreciation for or love of art; unskilled in art. –in´ar|tis´ti|cal|ly,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • sci|en|tis|tic — «SY uhn TIHS tihk», adjective. of or like the methods of a scientist; scientific. –sci´en|tis´ti|cal|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • chre|ma|tis|tic — «KREE muh TIHS tihk», adjective. having to do with money making or the acquisition of wealth. ╂[< Greek chrēmatistikós < chrēmatízein transact business < chrêma money] …   Useful english dictionary

  • nep|o|tis|tic — «NEHP uh TIHS tihk», adjective. of or having to do with nepotism or nepotists …   Useful english dictionary

  • prag|ma|tis|tic — «PRAG muh TIHS tihk», adjective. of or having to do with pragmatism or pragmatists …   Useful english dictionary

  • pri|va|tis|tic — «PRY vuh TIHS tihk», adjective. 1. given to or found of privacy; seclusive: »At Harvard he is known for his privatistic ways (Atlantic). 2. favoring or based upon the use of private enterprise, as distinguished from collectivism: »a privatistic… …   Useful english dictionary


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