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accounted (part of speech: verb)
simplified (part of speech: verb)
- But generalizations, again, though in themselves the work of a happier moment, of some genetic flash in the brain of man, gone before one can say it lightens, are the result of ideas slowly gathered and long steeped and clarified in the mind, each in itself a composite of the carefully observed relations of separate and seemingly disparate facts. - "The Function Of The Poet And Other Essays", James Russell Lowell.
- Theoretically there is no objection to this; and if life were a theory, and we were here to work out a complete system of the universe, it would be absurd to concern ourselves with duty until we had clarified the subject of liberty, determined its conditions, fixed its limits. - "The Simple Life", Charles Wagner.
- Thus he was received into the ranks of the Faithful whose pavilions wait them in Paradise, set in an orchard of never- failing fruit, among rivers of milk, of wine, and of clarified honey. - "The Sea-Hawk", Raphael Sabatini.