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Adjective
Characterized by a close or warm personal relationship
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“Charmingly charismatic, Kraus spoke seven languages and was intimate with the rich and famous of the musical and political scenes at the time.”
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(of knowledge) Characterized by an attention to detail or thoroughness
“His intimate knowledge of the industry will be a valuable asset to our organization.”
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Not known or meant to be publicly known
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“The interrogation was demeaning, probing the most intimate details of my personal and family life.”
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(of a place or setting) Having a personable or relaxed atmosphere
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“In the intimate setting of Hampstead Theatre, the evening has the feel of a series of party games.”
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Denoting amorous liaisons
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“I refuse to engage in gossip regarding my intimate moments, or those of others.”
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Something or someone that is beloved
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(of a conversation) Candid, intimate, and personal
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Mental or spiritual
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Being personally involved
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Having a relaxed, friendly, or unofficial style, manner, or nature
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Reliable and unfailing
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Regarded as reliable or truthful
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Joining
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Nearby
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Naturally as part or consequence of something
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Undertaken in person
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Nearest or next to in space
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Exclusive or private in nature
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Having concern for one's own welfare and interests before those of others
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Readily engaging in informal talk
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An identifying feature
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A very close friend
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“After just two public concerts, he was a star of Parisian society and an intimate of his great contemporaries.”
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A male partner in an unmarried romantic relationship
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A female partner in an unmarried romantic relationship
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To suggest or indicate something indirectly
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“He appeared to be trying to intimate that there was more going on than meets the eye.”
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To state or make known
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“Manuel would intimate his desire to leave the industry during the party.”
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To bring forward into existence or to introduce
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To bring up or refer to (something), usually briefly but specifically
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Tell someone about a secret or private matter while trusting them not to repeat it to others
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To mention privately
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To notify, or to make aware
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To predict, prophesy, or tell of future events
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To attribute or ascribe (responsibility or fault) to a cause or source
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Engage in casual conversation about other people
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