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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsophisticateso‧phis‧ti‧cate /səˈfɪstɪkeɪt/ noun [countable] formal  EXPERIENCEDsomeone who is sophisticated
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sophisticateThe contrived anti-nature stance of the Aesthetes is, perhaps surprisingly, often echoed by modernist sophisticates.Cognac is associated with smooth sophisticates, while armagnac is considered a peasant's tipple.He was a social sophisticate, George, not a cultural one.
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