intelligent

adj.
VERBS
be, look, seem, sound
ADVERB
extremely, fairly, very, etc.
highly, incredibly, most

a highly intelligent woman

reasonably

He should be able to solve the problem. He's reasonably intelligent.

obviously
seemingly
otherwise

Why do otherwise intelligent people take this event so seriously?

Intelligent is used with these nouns: ↑alien, ↑being, ↑child, ↑conversation, ↑creature, ↑decision, ↑design, ↑eye, ↑life, ↑man, ↑people, ↑person, ↑woman

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  • intelligent — intelligent, ente [ ɛ̃teliʒɑ̃, ɑ̃t ] adj. • 1488; lat. intellegens → intelligence 1 ♦ Qui a la faculté de connaître et de comprendre. Les êtres intelligents. ⇒ pensant. 2 ♦ Qui est, à un degré variable, doué d intelligence. ⇒ capable, éveillé,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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  • intelligent — UK US /ɪnˈtelɪdʒənt/ adjective ► able to learn and understand things quickly and easily: »A lot of thoroughly intelligent, sensible people have fallen for the salesman s charm. »a highly intelligent businessperson »an intelligent… …   Financial and business terms

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  • intelligent — in·tel·li·gent adj: having or indicating a high or satisfactory degree of intelligence and mental capacity; esp: having or indicating an understanding of the nature and consequences of an act or decision a knowing and intelligent waiver of… …   Law dictionary

  • intelligent — intelligent: Das Adjektiv mit der Bedeutung »einsichtsvoll, ‹sach›verständig; klug, begabt« wurde im 18. Jh. aus lat. intelligens, intelligentis (Nebenform von intellegens) entlehnt. Dies ist Part. Präs. von intellegere (< *inter legere) »mit… …   Das Herkunftswörterbuch

  • intelligent — [in tel′ə jənt] adj. [L intelligens, prp. of intelligere: see INTELLECT] 1. having or using intelligence; rational 2. having or showing an alert mind or high intelligence; bright, perceptive, informed, clever, wise, etc. 3. a) designating or of a …   English World dictionary

  • intelligent — (adj.) c.1500, a back formation from intelligence or else from L. intelligentem (nom. intelligens), prp. of intelligere, earlier intellegere (see INTELLIGENCE (Cf. intelligence)). Intelligent design, as a name for an alternative to atheistic… …   Etymology dictionary

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