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Positive words can inspire and negative words can destroy. Choose wisely.
Unfortunately, over time you may get distracted with all that is happening in your life that you forget to speak positive words over your spouse.
When you hold back from showering your love with positive words both of you are impacted.
In our own marriage we have experienced the benefit of using positive words over each other. When positive words are spoken over your spouse, you’ll be surprised at the transformation that will begin to occur.
At this time you may be thinking that you don’t know what word best describes your spouse.
This is where these 47 positive words come in to place. As you read over the list of positive words, pick 1-3 that would be easy for you to use on a daily basis.
There are a number of ways that you can share your word or words with your spouse. You can say it to them in the morning when they get up. Maybe write them a letter once a week where you underline your word to them so that they notice. Another option might be to text them.
Here’s the thing though… you’re going to have to be bold when you first start. Take the bold step to speak life into your spouse and watch them grow.
Choose from this list of 47 positive words.
1. Amazing 2. Special 3. Beautiful 4. Affectionate 5. Sexy 6. Dependable 7. Compassionate 8. Patient 9. Supportive 10. Irreplaceable 11. Fantastic 12. Loyal 13. Caring 14. Confident 15. Romantic 16. Reliable 17. Courageous 18. Smart 19. Handsome 20. Awesome 21. Gorgeous 22. Determined 23. Faithful 24. Lover
There you have it, 47 positive words that you can speak over your spouse. Right now when these are fresh in your mind add that one word or words to the note section in your phone and remember you need to speak or share the word with your spouse. Being emotionally intimate can lead to many breakthroughs in your marriage.
Change happens in your marriage when you are willing to take action to do something that you didn’t think you could do.
Change happens when you step out in faith, knowing that what you say may not have a response and yet you continue to speak life into your spouse.
It’s time for you to be the change in your marriage.
When describing something positive about someone, we all tend to overuse the usual “she’s really good”, “he’s a great guy” or even “they’re awesome at their job”. Instead of more of the same – and in trying to use more positive words (and thoughts) more often, I enthusiastically compiled an enormous list of positive words that can be used to describe someone (see what I did there?).
What are some positive words to describe someone?
Positive adjectives (aka ‘describing words’) can help us to describe someone’s characteristics in a more positive light. To give you some ideas beyond nice, great and kind, here is a long and thorough list of more than 360 positive personality adjectives, all listed A-Z:
Positive adjectives that start with a
• Abundant • Accountable • Active • Adaptable • Adventurous • Affable • Affectionate • Agile • Agreeable • Alert • Altruistic • Amazing • Ambitious • Amiable • Amicable • Amusing • Animated • Artful • Assertive • Astute • Athletic • Attentive • Attractive • Authentic
Positive adjectives that start with B
• Balanced • Beautiful • Believer • Blissful • Bold • Bonza (it’s the Aussie in me) • Brave • Bright • Brilliant • Broadminded
Positive adjectives that start with C
• Calm • Candid • Capable • Careful • Caring • Celebrated • Centered • Champion • Charismatic • Charitable • Charming • Chatty • Cheeky • Cheerful • Cheery • Cherished • Chic • Chilled • Chivalrous • Civil • Clean • Communicator • Compassionate • Competent • Confident • Conscientious • Considerate • Consistent • Content • Controlled • Cool-headed • Cooperative • Courageous • Courteous • Crafty • Creative • Curious • Cute
Positive adjectives that start with D
• Dear • Decisive • Decisive • Delightful • Determined • Devoted • Diligent • Diplomatic • Discreet • Driven
Positive adjectives that start with E
• Eager • Earnest • Easy-going • Effusive • Emotional • Empathetic • Empathic • Empowered • Empowering • Endearing • Energetic • Enlightened • Enlivened • Enough • Enterprising • Entertaining • Enthusiastic • Entrepreneurial • Ethical • Euphoric • Exuberant • Exotic • Experienced • Expert
Positive adjectives that start with F
• Fabulous • Fair • Faithful • Famous • Fantastic • Fascinating • Fastidious • Fearless • Fit • Flexible • Flowing • Focused • Frank • Free • Friendly • Fun • Funny
Positive adjectives that start with G
• Game • Generous • Genius • Gentle • Genuine • Giving • Glamor • Glamorous • Glowing • Good • Graceful • Gracious • Grateful • Great • Gregarious
Positive adjectives that start with H
• Handsome • Happy • Hard Worker • Healthy • Heartful • Heartwarming • Helpful • Honest • Hopeful • Humble • Humorous • Hysterical
Positive Words To Describe Someone’s Character
Positive adjectives that start with I
• Idealistic • Illuminated • Imaginative • Impartial • Inciteful • Incomparable • Incredible • Independent • Industrious • Ineffable • Ingenios • Innovative • Inspirational • Inspiring • Integral • Intellectual • Intelligent • Intentional • Interesting • Intuitive • Inventive • Invigorated • Involved • Irresistible
Positive adjectives that start with J
• Jolly • Jovial • Joyful • Joyous • Jubilant • Just • Justified
Positive adjectives that start with K
• Keen • Kind • Knowledgeable
Positive adjectives that start with L
• Lithe • Lively • Living • Loud • Lovable • Loved • Lovely • Loving • Loyal • Lucky • Lustful • Luxurious
Positive adjectives that start with M
• Magical • Magnanimous • Magnificient • Marvelous • Masterful • Mediator • Methodical • Meticulous • Mind Blowing • Mindful • Miraculous • Modest • Motivated • Motivational
Positive adjectives that start with N
• Natural • Neat • Neutral • Nurturing
Positive adjectives that start with O
• Obliging • Open • Open-minded • Optimistic • Opulent • Orderly • Organized • Original • Outgoing • Outstanding
Positive adjectives that start with P
• Passionate • Patient • Peaceful • Perfect • Perk • Perky • Persistent • Philosophical • Pioneering • Placid • Playful • Pleasant • Poised • Polite • Positive • Powerful • Practical • Precious • Pretty • Proactive • Prosperous • Provocative • Punctual
Positive adjectives that start with Q
• Quick • Quick-witted • Quiet
Positive adjectives that start with R
• Radiant • Rational • Ready • Realistic • Receptive • Refreshed • Relatable • Relaxed • Reliable • Relieved • Remarkable • Reserved • Resilient • Resourceful • Respected • Revered • Rich • Romantic
Positive adjectives that start with S
• Sacred • Safe • Satisfied • Scrumptious • Secure • Self-assured • Sensational • Sensible • Sensitive • Serene • Serent • Sharp • Shimmering • Shining • Shrewd • Simple • Sincere • Skilled • Smart • Snazzy • Sociable • Soulful • Special • Spectacular • Splendid • Stellar • Stellar • Stoic • Straightforward • Strategic • Striking • Strong • Studious • Stunning • Successful • Super • Sustained • Sweet • Sympathetic
Positive adjectives that start with T
• Tactful • Talented • Tasty • Thankful • Thorough • Thoughtful • Thrilled • Thriving • Tidy • Tolerant • Tough • Tranquil • Transparent • Triumphant • Trusting • Trusty
Positive adjectives that start with U
• Ultimate • Unassuming • Unbelievable • Understanding • Unique • Unlimited • Unreal • Upbeat • Uplifted • Uplifting
Positive adjectives that start with V
• Valuable • Versatile • Versatile • Vibrant • Victorious • Virtuous • Vivacious
Positive adjectives that start with W
• Warm • Warmhearted • Wealthy • Welcoming • Well-versed • Whole • Willing • Wise • Witty • Wonderful • Wondrous • Worthy
Positive adjectives that start with Y
• Yielding • Yummy
Positive adjectives that start with Z
• Zappy • Zealous • Zestful • Zing
If you’re looking for more specific positive words to use, here are a few more niche lists that can be used to positively describe someone.
Positive Words to Describe Someone Special
• Adventurous • Affable • Affectionate • Agreeable • Alluring • Angelic • Attractive • Beautiful • Blessing • Breathtaking
• Careful • Champion • Charismatic • Charming • Classy • Confident • Courageous • Cuddly • Cute • Delectable • Electric • Enchanting • Energetic • Exceptional • Exciting
• Fabulous • Fascinating • Foxy • Funny • Genuine • Gorgeous • Handsome • Hilarious • Kind • Loving • Magnificent • Passionate • Perfect • Precious • Pretty
• Safe • Secure • Sexy • Sharing • Soulmate • Stalwart • Sturdy • Sweet • Team-Player
Positive Words to Describe a Friend
• Adventurous • Agreeable • Amusing • Believer • Brave • Calm • Candid • Caring • Centred • Challenging • Champion • Cheeky • Clever • Communicator • Consistent • Creative • Entertaining • Friendly • Funny • Generous • Genuine • Honest • Inspiring • Kind • Listener • Loving • Loyal • Openminded • Supportive • Thoughtful • Trustworthy • Trusty
Kind Words to Describe Someone
Positive Words to Describe a Colleague
• Agile • Agreeable • Ambitious • Amusing • Astute • Attentive • Bold • Brave • Calm • Caring • Competent • Competent • Conscientious • Creative • Diplomatic • Engaged • Genuine • Graceful • Hard Worker • Intelligent • Kind • Loyal • Smart • Smart • Team-Player • Thinker • Thorough • Thoughtful
Nice Words to Describe Someone
Here is an additional list of words to describe someone, rather than just ‘nice’.
The words we use can make such a huge difference to our mindset. If you’re looking for some more positive words and inspiring thoughts, then check out these related posts:
Struggling to find the words to describe yourself and enhance your resumé? Then try out our CV buzzwords, key adjectives and examples, which will boost your chances of getting your dream job.
Positive words to describe yourself
These are great adjectives to describe yourself:
I am able to handle multiple tasks on a daily basis.
I use a creative approach to problem solve.
I am a dependable person who is great at time management.
I am always energetic and eager to learn new skills.
I have experience working as part of a team and individually.
I am flexible in my working hours, being able to work evenings and weekends.
I am hardworking and always the last to leave the office in the evening.
I have organised the staff functions for the last four years with great success.
I am honest and trustworthy when I am counting money after our church bake-sales.
I work with the team to provide imaginative solutions for our customers.
I am always coming up with innovative ideas.
I am motivated to go to the gym before work to get fit and healthy.
I have organised the staff functions for the last four years with great success.
Co-workers rely on me to be on time.
14. Sense of humour
Even though I take my work seriously, I do have a good sense of humour.
Positive words to describe your achievements:
I achieved a pass grade for my Level 2 Exercise to Music Instructor course.
I competed at national competitions in cheerleading.
I delivered all projects in a timely fashion.
I helped out at the local care home during my spare time.
I made cost savings on projects by using local manufacturers.
In the role, I identified a need for a new system and, with management backing, it has since been implemented.
Lucy has managed the team through several large projects.
21. On time
I am always on time for organised events, work-related or otherwise.
Alice participated in her local Race for Life 10k charity run.
I made cost savings on projects by using local manufacturers.
During this time, I supervised swimming galas at her local pool.
I won gold in my very first cross-fit competition.
Using these words is a great way to describe yourself and your achievements and make your CV stand out. For more tips like this, read our article: How do I Make My CV Really Special?
Example Personal Statement:
I am a talented, ambitious and hardworking individual, with broad skills and experience in digital and printed marketing, social media and leading projects.
Furthermore, I am adept at handling multiple tasks on a daily basis competently and at working well under pressure.
A key strength is communication; building strong relationships with people in order to deliver the best results.
Recently, I completed an Open degree, including Business and Design modules at the Open University and I am now fully employed by Clearly Presented as a Digital Media Manager.
Find even more positive words and phrases to build enthusiasm, in our article: Top 25 Positive Words, Phrases and Empathy Statements
15 More Words From our Experts
Not quite what you are looking for? Then have a look at these words that you can use in the “about me” section on your resumé.
I am an effective and articulate communicator with all levels of employees.
I instil confidence in others and approach new challenges with an open mind.
I have a strong commercial outlook…
I have been able to deliver a consistent approach throughout a challenging period of development.
I am extremely driven, with a clear goal to succeed.
I am always highly enthused about my work and tasks ahead.
I have been told that I am an inspirational coach and mentor.
I understand the importance of being interactive and enjoy communicating with others for the benefit of the company.
I am a natural leader and developer of people.
I am happy and extremely personable and excel in a positive work environment.
37. Safe Pair of Hands
I have been told that I provide a safe pair of hands in challenging times.
I am committed to learning and self-development so that I can consistently achieve better results.
39. Subject Matter Expert
I am seen as a subject matter expert within the field of workforce management and deployment.
I have an extremely versatile skill set.
The Top Ten Words to Leave Off a CV
Whilst the words above can be great additions to a CV, our experts also have their bugbears about certain other words that candidates use. Here is a list of our top ten words to avoid using on your resumé.
Using this will make you sound like you are a steak! Also, it is so dated. There are much better words to use!
Recruiters want a collaborator not a dictator, especially in the customer service field. So, replace a phrase such as: “I was in an authoritative position…” with: “I was in a position of leadership…”.
3. Think outside the box
Give examples of how you were made to think creatively and the benefits that such innovation brought to the company. To do this, it is important to avoid vague phrases such as: “I think outside the box.”
There is a chance, no matter how excellent you believe your grammar to be, that you will make a mistake on your CV. Whilst many recruiters may overlook one minor error, pairing the mistake with the phrase “detail-orientated” could create problems.
5. Track record
If your CV is written correctly the recruiter will be able to see your track record, so don’t waste your limited space with needless phrases like this.
It is much more convincing to show the recruiter that you are a hard-worker than to tell them. Recruiters will draw their own conclusions from the evidence that you present, so don’t try to confuse them by using vague phrases… it won’t work.
Are results your only driver? Don’t limit yourself by using such language. Demonstrate how you are driven by purpose, personal development and colleagues/teammates, as well as by achievement.
8. Go-to man
Not only is this too informal for a CV, it takes focus away from how your skills align with those in the job description. Don’t distract yourself by trying to do everyone else’s jobs – they they will be more experienced in these than you.
This is so over-used. If you were not passionate about an aspect of the role, it is assumed that you would not be applying for the position. So, set yourself apart from the average candidate by trying something different, like noting how fulfilling the passion makes you feel.
It is important to note that you enjoy a collaborative atmosphere, but the phrase “team-player” is contrived. Alternatively, refer to a success story of when you worked alongside someone else to bring great benefits to the workplace.
Find out more mistakes to avoid when writing a CV by reading our article: Mistakes to Avoid When Applying for a Job
What Else Should You Be Wary Of?
Writing in Third Person
CVs should never be written in third person. Use first person and choose the present or past tense to showcase the most important and relevant information to your employment goals.
So, for example, do not say: “James Bell is…”, instead state: “I am…”.
Removing Personal Information
Things to include: your address, postcode, mobile number and email address! So many people are not including this information, making it very difficult for agencies and organisations to know where candidates are looking for work and also to register the CVs on their systems.
It also makes it impossible to find candidates again when searching in specific locations.
This is just a waste of space, especially as you should already be struggling to cut your CV down into two pages.
Also, don’t save your CV as an Infographic. These may look good, but they can’t be used by agencies and often won’t upload to company career sites – send your CV as a PDF or Word document and keep the formatting simple!
Expanding Margins and Cutting White Space
No one wants to read a CV that is formatted with a tiny font and no white space! White space allows the eye to rest between reading and absorbing the content, and it acts as a cue to important information the employer should read with care.
At the same time, a CV with too much white space will look like you have no relevant experience or skills to offer the employer. Find a happy medium – keep the CV readable and clean, while filling the space.
Including Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation Mistakes
In this day and age there should be NO excuses, but it still happens, and more often than you would expect. These kinds of mistakes can get even the most qualified candidate’s CV thrown into the “no” pile.
Remember, the CV is an excellent way to demonstrate to potential employers or recruiters what type of employee you are, your attitude to work and, most importantly, your attention to detail!
After you have reviewed your CV carefully, have a friend – or two – review it again for you!
Heavily Detailing Secondary Experiences
It is very easy to keep adding a new job to your existing CV, but does your previous role still hold any relevance? Or, looking back, should your previous role actually be enhanced to support more of your present role?
I am responsible for the leadership, coaching and development of 100 FTE. In the past year we have seen an uplift of 5% on service level performance against the previous 5 years.
As your career progresses, your older jobs may not be as relevant as they once were. Your CV is your opportunity to showcase your career and you need to highlight what is most important, taking space from less important detail that you may now be able to remove.
Listing Your Duties from a Previous Job
Everyone needs to see and understand what you do, but what is it that sets you apart from the crowd?
In addition to listing some, if not all, of your duties and responsibilities, try and include some achievements, tangibles, or context around the role. This could involve something like the following:
You may write: I am responsible for 100 + FTE.
You could write: I am responsible for the leadership, coaching and development of 100 FTE. In the past year we have seen an uplift of 5% on service level performance against the previous 5 years.
Thanks to both of the following recruitment experts for providing much of the information provided in this article.
We hope that all of these positive words to add to your CV will get you that all important interview.
“Describe yourself in three words.”
I’m sure you’ve faced that challenge before.
It’s a common job interview question, but you might also hear it on dates or other situations where you are getting to know someone.
Heck, you may even make a discussion out of it with your friends.
And then there is the challenge of writing dating profiles, resumes, or other documents where you need to give the best first impression possible.
But what are the right words to describe yourself?
Which adjectives fit you down to a T?
To help you figure this out, we’ll explore a wide range of attributes that may apply to you.
We’ll provide 50 primary words along with alternatives for each, giving a total of 250 words to describe yourself as a person.
110 Words To Use In A Job Interview Or On A Resume
When you are trying to land a job and you want to impress the recruiter, you can integrate some of these words into your interview answers and/or your resume.
Remember, it is always best to use words that actually describe yourself – who you are and not who you think they want you to be.
Honesty is the best policy.
1. Conscientious – you take your duties seriously and take care to do things well every time.
Alternatives: diligent, meticulous, attentive, precise, dutiful.
2. Independent – you are able to work well by yourself and find solutions to any problems you encounter.
Alternatives: self-reliant, self-sufficient.
3. Creative – you are able to think outside the box and come up with ideas to drive the business forward.
Alternatives: inventive, imaginative, innovative, inspired, resourceful, unconventional.
4. Motivated – you have an inner drive to work hard, get the job done, and do well in your career.
Alternatives: driven, willing, ambitious, hungry, self-starter, determined, industrious.
5. Flexible – you are able to learn quickly and take on new duties with ease and as required.
Alternatives: adaptable, versatile, all rounder, dynamic.
6. Analytical – you have a talent for working with data and systems.
Alternatives: logical, inquisitive, detail-oriented, attentive.
7. Tenacious – you do whatever it takes to get something done.
Alternatives: persistent, dogged, steadfast, resolute, focused.
8. Trustworthy – you can be counted upon to do the right thing.
Alternatives: responsible, reliable, dependable, honest, principled, truthful.
9. Efficient – you get things done with the minimum of fuss and with the least wasted time or resources.
Alternatives: productive, organized, methodical, practical.
10. Cooperative – you are able to work harmoniously with others.
Alternatives: amiable, personable, friendly, sociable, easy going.
11. Articulate – you are able to communicate effectively.
Alternatives: expressive, persuasive, reasoned, well-spoken.
12. Assertive – you have leadership qualities that people are willing to follow.
Alternatives: confident, decisive, self-assured, strong-willed, firm.
13. Committed – you are willing to stick at something and are prepared to stay in for the long haul.
Alternatives: dedicated, loyal, faithful, devoted.
14. Positive – you have an attitude that looks for the good and promotes happiness.
Alternatives: constructive, optimistic, cheerful, hopeful.
15. Professional – you act in ways that best represent and promote the company you work for.
Alternatives: respectable, courteous, charming, polished.
16. Perceptive – you are able to quickly assess situations or people.
Alternatives: astute, insightful, incisive, sharp, shrewd.
17. Genuine – you are a straight talker and you don’t hide who you are. What you see is what you get.
Alternatives: sincere, candid, straightforward, blunt, plain-spoken.
18. Enthusiastic – you are very eager to be a part of the company and get involved in what it is doing.
Alternatives: passionate, excited, willing.
19. Proactive – you are a doer. You don’t wait around for things to happen; you make them happen.
Alternatives: enterprising, daring, bold.
20. Composed – you stay cool and calm under pressure and don’t let your emotions get the better of you.
Alternatives: collected, unflappable, poised, self-assured, level-headed.
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70 Words To Describe Yourself On Dates / A Dating Profile
If you are looking to impress a potential partner, it helps if you can talk about yourself in ways that best represent all the positive qualities you have.
Here are some examples of descriptive words that you can use both when talking to your date and on your profile for dating websites and apps.
If you use these words to describe yourself, you’ll stand a better chance of landing a date and then transitioning to something more serious.
1. Thoughtful – you look for ways to do nice things for people and you think before you speak/act to avoid causing upset.
Alternatives: considerate, attentive, courteous, compassionate.
2. Caring – you like to make sure people are well looked after.
Alternatives: loving, big-hearted, generous, warm-hearted, kind.
3. Adventurous – you like to try new things and expand your horizons.
Alternatives: daring, thrill-seeker, free-spirited, intrepid, spontaneous.
4. Cheerful – you like to look on the bright side of life and see the good in everything.
Alternatives: joyful, cheery, sunny, upbeat, chirpy.
5. Loyal – you can be trusted upon without question and will always have your partner’s back.
Alternatives: faithful, devoted.
6. Energetic – you have bags of energy and like to be active as much as possible.
Alternatives: spirited, lively, animated, tireless, vivacious.
7. Laid back – you don’t take things too seriously and are happy to go with the flow.
Alternatives: relaxed, light-hearted, easy-going, carefree.
8. Honest – you tell the truth, even when the truth is hard to say.
Alternatives: sincere, genuine, frank, straight.
9. Confident – you believe in yourself and the qualities you bring to the table.
10. Perceptive – you notice the little things and you pay attention to what people say.
Alternatives: observant, intuitive, sensitive.
11. Affectionate – you like to show people that they are loved.
Alternatives: tender, cuddly, emotionally expressive.
12. Intelligent – you know a thing or two and you don’t hide that fact.
Alternatives: smart, well-informed, bright, cultured.
13. Creative – you like to make things, come up with ideas, and express yourself in different ways.
Alternatives: free-thinker, artistic, imaginative.
14. Outgoing – you are someone who enjoys spending time with other people.
Alternatives: friendly, sociable, welcoming, cordial.
15. Optimistic – you believe that things will always work out for the best one way or another.
Alternatives: hopeful, sanguine.
70 Other Adjectives To Describe Yourself
There will be other times when you are telling people about yourself when you might wish to use some of these words to describe yourself too.
1. Open-minded – you are willing to listen to other perspectives, learn new things, and be open to different ways of doing things.
Alternatives: non-judgmental, unbiased, impartial, tolerant, accepting.
2. Entrepreneurial – you enjoy business and are willing to take risks to make a success of yourself.
Alternatives: enterprising, aspirational.
3. Competitive – you revel in going up against others and trying to win at whatever you do.
4. Diplomatic – you are good at managing conflict and bringing people together.
Alternatives: accommodating, obliging, tactful, amicable, peacemaking.
5. Gentle – you have a soft nature that seeks to get on with everyone.
Alternatives: mellow, placid, genial, soft-spoken, well-mannered.
6. Humble – you realize that you are not the center of the universe.
Alternatives: modest, unassuming, unpretentious.
7. Silly – you just like to have lots of fun and don’t mind how you do it or what you look like.
Alternatives: fun-loving, mischievous, playful.
8. Persuasive – you know how to get people to come around to your way of thinking.
Alternatives: convincing, influential, believable, credible, eloquent.
9. Contemplative – you like to sit and think about your life, your past, your future.
Alternatives: reflective, meditative, introspective, deep thinker.
10. Respectful – you treat people as you would wish to be treated.
Alternatives: polite, gracious, courteous.
11. Sensible – you act with thoughtful consideration of the consequences.
Alternatives: prudent, rational, wise, judicious.
12. Mature – you display behavior that shows you are a real grown up.
Alternatives: sophisticated, worldly, cultured, experienced.
13. Unique – because everyone is unique in their own way.
Alternatives: quirky, different, unusual.
14. Competent – you are skilled at a particular task or duty.
Alternatives: capable, proficient, accomplished, adept, qualified, talented.
15. Brave – you are willing to face your fears and take risks.
Alternatives: courageous, fearless, gutsy.
This list of words to describe yourself is not exhaustive by any means. There are endless possible ways to talk about yourself.
But these particular adjectives are both well understood by most people and will be enough for most situations.
Choose wisely as whether you are in a job interview situation, working the dating scene, or just chatting to people you meet, it’s important to be succinct.
When picking words to describe yourself, make sure they really reflect who you are as an individual and put you in the best light possible.
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