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Word: sophisticated

Definition: worldly wise and urbane; refined; complex; N. sophistication; V. sophisticate


Sentences Containing 'sophisticated'

"We wanted to use an easy sophisticated shape perfect for all elements of a women's lifestyle." said Comptoir style director Delphine Ninous.
(In this way, it was less sophisticated than the 1924 Vulcan prototype, which had a torque converter.)
A more sophisticated calculation factors in a star's loss of mass over time.
A more sophisticated system, executive function, takes priority and overrides the urge to escape.
At the time of its construction the Crain Communications Building was considered to be a smart building, with sophisticated environmental and security controls.
At this point, the traditional K-9 model "regenerates" into a more sophisticated-looking CGI model.
Because the Anhui clique organized itself very early, it was more politically sophisticated than its warlord rivals.
Built in 1853, it has exceptionally sophisticated Italianate styling for an outbuilding.
Equipped with the most recent and most sophisticated technology, only a few can use this combat suit.
For these applications and others, a more sophisticated mount is required.
GrADS has a programmable interface (scripting language) that allows for sophisticated analysis and display applications.
GuaranĂ­ can be interpreted as more "Paraguayan" while Spanish can be interpreted as more "sophisticated."
He also recorded an album, "Just Jesse Belvin", developing a more mature and sophisticated sound on ballads.
He became a favourite of Ray for his "urban sophisticated image".
In 1922, a sophisticated lighting system was installed at the Main Stage, the venue for the Grove Play.
In the episode titled "Pop Life", she performs "Sophisticated Lady" from her album "Moodring".
Indeed, sophisticated nuclear weapons programs can make a functional device from less material than more primitive weapons programs require.
Insurance became far more sophisticated in Enlightenment era Europe, and specialized varieties developed.
It contains clothes with a fashion-forward apparel, tailored suits, and sophisticated outerwear.
It is currently one of the most sophisticated ATCs in operation at any college or university in Pennsylvania.
James's Palace, "he took on the role of introducing the young queen to horticulturally sophisticated circles."
Kalhana was an educated and sophisticated Sanskrit scholar, well-connected in the highest political circles.
Later he moved on to more sophisticated forgeries.
Locayta has at its heart a sophisticated suite of search, recommendation and merchandising technologies that have been deployed for customers in a variety of ways.
More sophisticated controllers allow the ramp heating and cooling rates to be controlled too, an important factor in glass heating.
Once Brittany gets a hold of Jordan's much more sophisticated phone, Natasha convinces Brittany that it would be fun to mess with his career.
Only very sophisticated organisms like philosophers fail to be naive realists!
Plumi enables you to create your own sophisticated video-sharing site.
R6RS specifies a more sophisticated transformation system, codice_36, which has been available as a language extension to R5RS Scheme for some time.
Some more sophisticated marked-cards scams involve additional manipulative skills to steer the cards into the correct positions once the desired cards have been identified.
Some people believe they were originally part of the sophisticated religion of the Ancient Pueblo Peoples.
Some praised it for its sophisticated tone, in contrast to other Tomorrowland attractions such as Space Mountain and Astro Orbiter.
Some rank Artie Matthews with Scott Joplin, Joseph Lamb, and James Scott as one of the finest and most sophisticated ragtime composers.
Such sophisticated mounts are often required for lasers, interferometers, and optical delay lines.
The chancel roof is similar but more sophisticated in its design.
The company's current Okapi product line, of sophisticated control systems for solar collectors, is featured on the Kickstarter website.
The film countered the contemporary stereotypes of impoverished Southerners eking out a living during the Depression, by documenting a modern home inhabited by adults with sophisticated interests.
The first more sophisticated conversions of the pattern were performed by the U.S. military in Vietnam.
The land having in this area is more sophisticated for producing any food products through cultivation.
The R6RS standard specifies much more sophisticated and capable port procedures and many new types of port.
The show was a sophisticated blend of hospital drama, family life and urbane humor.
Their products are very skillful and sophisticated, even though they are farmers and do not specialize in handicrafts.
There were historical traditions and sophisticated use of historical method in ancient and medieval China.
These range from very basic programs such as Audacity and Jokosher to Ardour, which is capable of performing many functions of the most sophisticated programs.
They range from maintenance free kayaks such as the Regal and Riviera to sophisticated touring kayaks such as the Journey and Rogue.
This began a long tradition of sophisticated Nubian temple building.
This process differs from more sophisticated registries like that of .com TLD and other ccTLDs that operate on a daily basis.
Tom Talomaa, a nightclub owner, got involved and supported the studio with more sophisticated equipment.
Victor Vasarely invented Op-Art by designing sophisticated optical patterns.
What the film finds in the present is a New York too sophisticated for its own good.

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