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  1. 1
    of a high quality or standard

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  2. 2
    able to do something well

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  3. 3
    having the necessary qualities

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    1. a.
      reasonable or sensible

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    2. c.
      convenient

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  4. 7
    feeling healthy

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    1. a.
      feeling happy

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  5. 8
    fairly large in amount, size, range, etc.

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    thorough and complete

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  7. 15
    funny or interesting

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  8. 17
    informal more than a particular distance, amount, age, etc.

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