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social
She was of a higher social class than her peers.
special
A birthday is a special day.
official
'No passport, no plane' stated the official. *
financial
If you don't look after your money, you may have financial troubles. *
commercial
Christmas has become a commercial holiday.
crucial
During space missions oxygen is crucial.
artificial
The new football ground used artificial grass.
beneficial
Exercise is beneficial to your health.
superficial
Some cuts and grazes are superficial. *
facial
His facial expressions are comical.
brilliant
I have a brilliant driving instructor.
significant
There was a significant increase in vinyl sales this year.
relevant
That isn't very relevant to the conversation.
servant
Your role is therefore to become their humble servant. *
assistant
The shop assistant was unhelpful and rude.
constant
The trophy is a constant reminder of his success.
pleasant
The temperature was not too hot, just pleasant.
hesitant
John was hesitant to stand up and speak.
infant
The infant was hungry. *
observant
The security guard was very observant.

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