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marginalizesideline, trivialize; isolate, cut off, shut out; disenfranchise, alienate, estrange, discriminate against
bourgeoiscapitalistic, materialistic, money-oriented, commercial
supplant replace, supersede, displace, take over from, substitute for, override ; oust, usurp, overthrow, remove, topple, unseat, depose, dethrone, succeed
egalitariandemocratic equitable even-handed impartial just unbiased
perennialabiding, enduring, lasting, everlasting, perpetual, eternal, continuing, unending, unceasing, never-ending, endless, undying, ceaseless, persisting, permanent, constant, continual, unfailing, unchanging, never-changing
Anthologycollection, selection, compendium, treasury, miscellany; (archaic) garland
biographylife story, life history, life, memoir; (informal) bio
consolidate1. strengthen, secure, stabilize, reinforce, fortify; enhance, improve 2. combine, unite, merge, integrate, amalgamate, fuse, synthesize, bring together, unify
ambiguityvagueness, obscurity, abstruseness, doubtfulness, uncertainty; formaldubiety; ambivalence, equivocation, double meaning
insularitybias bigotry intolerance prejudice
consonantin rapport, agnate, uniform, analogous, parallel, harmonious
covetdesire, yearn for, crave, have one's heart set on, want, wish for, long for, hanker after/for, hunger after/for, thirst for
dogmateaching, belief, tenet, principle, precept, maxim, article of faith, canon; creed, credo, set of beliefs, doctrine, ideology
dissonant1. inharmonious, discordant, unmelodious, atonal, off-key, cacophonous 2. incongruous, anomalous, clashing, inharmonious; disparate, different, dissimilar
altruistic unselfish, selfless, compassionate, kind, public-spirited; charitable, benevolent, beneficent, philanthropic, humanitarian, (literary) bounteous
extenuateexcuse, mitigate, palliate, make allowances for, make excuses for, defend, vindicate, justify; diminish, lessen, moderate, qualify, play down
peruseread, study, scrutinize, inspect, examine, wade through, look through; browse through, leaf through, scan, run one's eye over, glance through, flick through, skim through, thumb through, dip into
appraise assess, evaluate, judge, rate, gauge, review, consider; informal size up 2. value, price, estimate, quote; survey
surveyverb; ook at, look over, observe, view, contemplate, regard, gaze at, stare at, eye; scrutinize, examine, inspect, scan, study, consider, review, take stock of; (informal) size up; (literary) behold, noun; study, review, consideration, overview; scrutiny, examination, inspection, appraisal