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[ kuhn-sis-tuhnt ]
(Adj.) Agreeing or accordant. Constantly adhering to the same principles, course, form, etc.
First recorded in 1565–75, consistent is from the Latin word consistent- (stem of consistēns, present participle of consistere).
[ tahym-lee ]
(Adj.) Occurring at a suitable time, seasonable, opportune, well-timed.
First recorded before 1000; Middle English tim(e)liche, Old English tīmlīce (adverb).
[ ak-yer-it ]
(Adj.) Free from error or defect; consistent with a standard, rule, or model; precise and exact.
First recorded between 1605–15; <Latin accūrātus carefully prepared (past participle of accūrāre), equivalent to ac-ac- + cūr(a) care + -ātus-ate.
[ in-uh-vey-tiv ]
(Adj.) Tending to introduce something new or different, or make change in anything established.
First recorded in 1600–10; innovate + -ive
[ pur-suh-nl-ahyz-d ]
(Verb used with object) To design or tailor to meet an individual's specifications, needs, or preferences.
First recorded in 1720–30; personal + -ize
[ ik-strawr-dn-er-ee, ek-struh-awr-dn-er-ee ]
(Adj.) Exceptional in character, amount, extent, degree, etc.; noteworthy; remarkable.
First recorded in 1425–75; late Middle English extraordinarie<Latin extrāordinārius beyond what is ordinary