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idealistic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishidealistici‧deal‧is‧tic /aɪˌdɪəˈlɪstɪk◂/ ●○○ adjective  BELIEVEbelieving that you should live according to high standards and principles, even if they cannot really be achieved, or showing this beliefrealistic idealistic young doctors the idealistic values of the 1960sidealistically /-kli/ adverb
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idealisticJohn Ridd's sense of honour is practical as well as idealistic and his motives are relevant outside their historical context.An even higher dropout rate, 28. 1 percent, correlated with those who were especially idealistic and people-oriented.One can be more idealistic by valuing the restlessness that can be found in certain dedicated scholars.Open admissions proved to be a chastening experience for some of the most idealistic people at City College.There is no sense of possible anticlimax when reality cuts across Kemp's idealistic view of the girl.
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