Verb(1) make less natural or innocent(2) practice sophistry; change the meaning of or be vague about in order to mislead or deceive(3) alter and make impure, as with the intention to deceive(4) make more complex or refined
Adjective(1) having or appealing to those having worldly knowledge and refinement and savoir-faire(2) ahead in development; complex or intricate(3) intellectually appealing
(1) On Sunday night, we dined at Ballarat's most sophisticated and exotic restaurant featuring a gorilla.(2) Von Frank tells the story better than any film could, drawing on his sophisticated understanding of how different kinds of rhetoric can aid axes and muscles in effecting social change.(3) Recent scholarship presents a much more subtle and sophisticated understanding of seventeenth-century mechanism.(4) Today we see it on the menu of some fairly sophisticated restaurants.(5) Indians had to labor hard for their food, and consequently they developed sophisticated systems of collection and cultivation.(6) We often will find the most sophisticated cultures being the most brutal.(7) In the U.S., we are more subtle, we are more sophisticated .(8) Typically such offerings have included server engines, storage systems and sophisticated management tools to allocate and de-allocate resources in response to varying user demand.(9) The local choir was joined by the Moy Singers of Ballina and Phil Landers had excelled herself with sophisticated and tasteful floral displays in the church.(10) They hadn't gone to college, and they saw Father Mark as a repository of knowledge and culture and sophisticated humor.(11) Mexico possesses an extensive and sophisticated culinary culture, with a great variety of regional dishes.(12) There's definitely a user interface issue, because only the most sophisticated users are going to use anything that's complicated at all.(13) They then use sophisticated marketing techniques and software programs to target those voters.(14) A more sophisticated understanding of power would focus on the ability of a state to control or influence its environment in situations that are not necessarily conflictual.(15) But Goloku's teachings also carried a more subtle and sophisticated thought, under the simple morality of the precept.(16) A future hope is that a more sophisticated classification system of the vocabulary of wine can match the knowledge of its drinkers.
(1) sophisticate :: sophisticate
1. advanced ::
2. worldly ::
3. doctor ::
4. convolute ::
1. ingenuous ::
unplyg yr ydoedd
2. innocent ::
3. unsophisticated ::
4. untutored ::
Word Example from TV Shows
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But SOPHISTICATED enough
to think they're
calling the shots.
Westworld Season 2, Episode 10
Sophisticated and relaxed?
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 4
Ooh, afternoon tea--
how SOPHISTICATED of us.
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 14
Even the most SOPHISTICATED plan
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 1
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