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2. emotional, emotive, irrational, Psychol, affective; psychic, psychical, subjective, personal.

psychotic, adj. 1. psychopathic, insane, mentally ill; deranged, mad, lunatic, demented, Latin, non compos mentis; paranoiac, severely neurotic, neuro-asthenic; abnormal, aberrant, exceptional, deviate; unbalanced, disturbed, sick. -n. 2. psychopath, Psychiatry, psychopathic personality, insane person; lunatic, madman, maniac, bedlamite; schizophrenic, SI. schiz, SI. schizo; paranoiac, manic-depressive, megalomaniac, pyromaniac, psychopathic killer.

puberty, n. adolescence, teens, teenage, teen-aged years; pubescence, pubescency, young adulthood; nubility, ripeness, heyday, springtime of life, flower of youth, bloom or flower of life.

pubescent, adj. 1. teen-aged, in the teens, adolescent; young, fresh, blooming, budding, new-fledged; nubile, ripe, ready; youthful, inexperienced, tender, green, wet behind the ears; downy-cheeked, untried, underaged, minor.
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Botany., Zoology, downy, hairy, Bot. tomentose, Bot. villous or villose; soft, smooth, silken, silky, satiny, velvety, velutinous.

public, adj. 1. general, common, communal, joint, united, collective; national, nationwide, statewide, countrywide; widespread, universal, world-wide; ecumenical, catholic, extensive, comprehensive; civic, popular, plebeian, proletarian.
2. unrestricted, not private
or exclusive; unenclosed, available, accessible; unfenced, unbounded, uncircumscribed, shared; free to all, open to the public, of free access; elective, voluntary, unconditional, publicly-financed, tax-supported, tax-dependent, under the public domain; tax-paid, elected, publicly-appointed, serving the voters.
3. open, published, in circulation; known, notorious, recognized; admitted, avowed, widely known; manifest, done in broad daylight; overt, plain, plain to see, apparent, clearly apparent; unconcealed, exposed, clear, clear-cut, plain as day; visible, naked, bald, unhidden; unveiled, unshrouded, uncurtained, unobscured; obvious, patent, palpable, conspicuous; blatant, flagrant, egregious; up front, right out in the open, in front of all the world, for all the world to know,
Inf. on the front page.
4. prominent, well-known, eminent, famous, celebrated; important, considerable, substantial, named, renowned, illustrious; exalted, respected, credited, honored, consequential, of consequence, of high
or great reputation or repute; influential, weighty, powerful, prestigious, notable; disreputable, infamous, notorious, on the “most wanted” list.
-n. 5. populace, population, community, citizens, nation, voters, voting public; society, men, women, children; hoi polloi, common people, masses, vulgus,
Archaic, the vulgar, commonage, demos; proletariat, plebeians, bourgeoisie; the multitude, the many, Chiefly Brit, admass; rank and file, Latin, hoc genus omne, Fr. tout le monde, everyone; grass roots, Inf. the silent majority, the man in the street, U.S. Middle America, Main Street USA.
6. clientele, buyers,
Inf. trade; patrons, patronage, Inf. regulars; following, followers, fans, admirers, readers, subscribers, audience.

publication, n. 1. publishing, printing, issuance, production, putting out, putting together; editing, going over, proofreading, binding, manufacture.
2. announcement, pronouncement, advertisement, proclamation; broadcast, airing; disclosure, exposure,

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The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a small spaniel classed as a toy dog by The Kennel Club. It is one of the most popular breeds in the United Kingdom. Since 2000, it has grown in popularity in the United States. It is a smaller breed of spaniel, and Cavalier adults are often the same size as adolescent dogs of other spaniel breeds. It has a silky, smooth coat and commonly a smooth undocked tail. The breed standard recognizes four colours: Blenheim, Tricolour (black/white/tan), Black and Tan, and Ruby. The breed is generally friendly, affectionate and good with both children and other animals; however, they require a lot of human interaction. The King Charles changed drastically in the late 17th century, when it was interbred with flat-nosed breeds. Until the 1920s, the Cavalier shared the same history as the smaller King Charles Spaniel. Breeders attempted to recreate what they considered to be the original configuration of the breed, a dog resembling Charles II's King Charles Spaniel of the Restoration. Various health issues affect this particular breed.

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