In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(liar/laziness) incorregible(optimist/romantic) incorregible(romantic/optimist) sin remedio
- Cities are complex and demand innovative representational procedures capable of conveying their incorrigible plurality.
- All who do are either heroes or incorrigible optimists.
- However, Singh has also long been seen as an enfant terrible, an incorrigible roué. There is something gratifying about such an image, and I don't particularly judge him for cultivating it.
- I mean, you've celebrated your second-year anniversary, and you've got this little guy, who I hear is an incorrigible flirt.
- The most compelling portrait in the book is that of Sukanya's grandmother, Ragini Devi, dancer, scholar, and incorrigible rebel.
- A cat person, claws in velvet paws, he was malicious, vain, an incorrigible snob and social climber, who oiled his way, first, into the society of prominent persons, and then into personal prominence.
- The incomparable, incorrigible Sally Bowles had me reaching for the green nail polish - divine decadence, darling.
- The usual plan is to hit town and grill the nearest toothless old codger or incorrigible oddball.
- However, now pushing 60, a twilight-years philosophy is creeping into the Lemmster's previously incorrigible worldview, with takes on death and environmentalism.
- All the while, a hapless Maggie sits in the drivers' seat, helpless to stop the incorrigible bug from exercising its mighty will.
- I was driving to work this morning when I heard the incorrigible duo on the morning radio talk show.
- Governments are incorrigible optimists; they believe unabashed self-promotion will yield electoral dividends.
- The incorrigible nanny provided the majority of the laughs throughout with her classroom scene and exercise routines the most humorous of the panto.
- I bet she knows her husband is an incorrigible flirt who seems to have sex on the brain all the time.
- Babel leaves the reader often stunned by his intermittent inhumanity, his incorrigible sentimentality, his deep attachment to Jews, his breezy indifference to Jews, and his love and horror in the face of revolutionary upheaval.
- I must admit to being an incorrigible optimist.
- An incorrigible striker of attitudes, which is all the more dangerous and at times effective, as he talks himself into believing them himself… Has no sense of morality, thoroughly selfish.
- You may pass me off as an incorrigible pessimist for having spoken thus; but believe me, if you were in my spectacles or better still if you analyse life the way I have, may be you would have separate ideas.
- He is a great, flabby sham, an actor close to suicide, maybe - and this is an extraordinary display of incipient madness or incorrigible playfulness.
- He's an incorrigible womanizer who wants to change in order to be worthy of the fiancée he abandoned and then lost track of in the war.
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