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  1. George's newly-acquired maturity is on display in "Sophistication," in which he and Helen White indulge in nostalgia for the town that both are leaving (Helen has become a college student in Cleveland). Earlier in the book, the adolescent George tries to convince Belle Carpenter of his own manhood.
  2. With all her sophistication, Tillie was vastly ignorant of life. She chattered with the childish artlessness that at times veiled her sophistication. It will perhaps not do to say that it is altogether a matter of sophistication. Her expression, her voice, her lack of sophistication, all had the limpidity of water.
  3. Sophistication might be described as the ability to cope gracefully with a situation involving the presence of a formidable menace to one's poise and prestige (such as the butler, or the man under the bed - but never the husband).
  4. sophistication noun poise, worldliness, savoir-faire, urbanity, finesse, savoir-vivre (French), worldly wisdom They now have the sophistication attained by performing in public. Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. © HarperCollins Publishers ,
  5. sophisticated: [adjective] deprived of native or original simplicity: such as. highly complicated or developed: complex. having a refined knowledge of the ways .
  6. advance in sophistication customer sophistication hip; with-it; the-last-word- in-sophistication Scale and sophistication a measure of one's sophistication - English Only forum a nearly transcendent level of sophistication - English Only forum all that sophistication!.
  7. Sophistication is also the quality of being complicated or made with great skill: The level of sophistication in the cameras has grown tremendously. (Definition of sophistication from the .
  8. a creature, variously described as a serpent, lizard, or dragon, said to kill by its breath or look. place or source of origin. a person's area of skill, knowledge, authority, or work. TAKE THE QUIZ TO FIND OUT.

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