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  1. angliholic's Avatar
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    Smile remarkable/extradinary insight

    In my opinion, Jim is a leader with remarkable insight and fine diplomatic skills.

    Is it the same to say "extraodinary insight" instead of "remarkable insight?" Thanks.

  2. oregeezer's Avatar
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    Re: remarkable/extradinary insight

    extraordinary, remarkable are very similar.
    You need a thesarus- a kind of dictionary that tells what words are alike or opposite.

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