- ddelfrydolddelfrydwridealizationyn ddelfrydoldelfrydau
Noun(1) the idea of something that is perfect; something that one hopes to attain(2) model of excellence or perfection of a kind; one having no equal
Adjective(1) conforming to an ultimate standard of perfection or excellence; embodying an ideal(2) constituting or existing only in the form of an idea or mental image or conception(3) of or relating to the philosophical doctrine of the reality of ideas
(1) Or do we do a little of both, going back and forth, and back again, from moral intuition to principled ideal ?(2) We have simulated how often under ideal circumstances this is likely to happen.(3) Gun positions that are ideal for range and coverage might not be suitable because of intervening features and masking fire.(4) From past experience, the ideal candidate is likely a college student or recent college grad.(5) The completed homes would be ideal for first time buyers and those interested in investing in a weekend retreat.(6) Gisele Bundchen took to the catwalks and glossy perfection once more became the ideal .(7) The competition was played in ideal conditions and a play off will be required to decide the winner.(8) IN ideal weather conditions, St Abban's Athletic Club played host to the Laois Community Games County athletic finals recently.(9) Otherwise, collective security remained more an ideal than a reality as the twentieth century ended.(10) Or perhaps the nuclear family has always been more of an ideal than a reality.(11) This was an ideal and rare opportunity to see a traditional canvas currach in use and the Indian summer weather ensured ideal conditions for oarsmen and onlookers.(12) The concept appears ideal for the wide variety of actions that an expeditionary US military force may face in the twenty-first century.(13) And while the calm waters were not ideal for sailing, they were perfect for cruising.(14) In front of a good attendance at this fine facility, conditions were ideal and the pitch and markings and the beautiful spring morning added to the occasion for everyone.(15) As a director you want to put on great plays to attract great actors and Mr Pinter is absolutely ideal for that.(16) In an ideal world we can fantasise about replicating the idyllic childhoods of the past, but the horrible truth is that we can no longer afford that fantasy.
(1) ideal man :: dyn delfrydol
1. perfect ::
2. abstract ::
3. unattainable ::
4. idealistic ::
5. perfection ::
6. model ::
7. principle ::
8. nonpareil ::
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Different Formsideal, idealist, idealists, idealization, idealizations, ideally, ideals
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