Severe

A style of Greek sculpture between Archaic and High Classical, i.e., 480 BCE to 450 BCE.

severe

[adj] - intensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality 2. [adj] - unsparing and uncompromising in discipline or judgment 3. [adj] - very bad in degree or extent
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Severe

Se·vere' adjective [ Compar. Severer ; superl. Severest .] [ Latin severus ; perhaps akin to Greek ......... awe, ......... revered, holy, solemn, Goth. swikns innocent, chaste: confer French sévère . Confer Ass...
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severe

terrible adjective intensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality; `severe pain`; `a severe case of flu`; `a terrible cough`; `under wicked fire from the enemy`s guns`; `a wicked cough`
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severe

adjective unsparing and uncompromising in discipline or judgment; `a parent severe to the pitch of hostility`- H.G.Wells; `a hefty six-footer with a rather severe mien`; `a strict disciplinarian`; `a Spartan upbringing`
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Severe

• (superl.) Very strict in judgment, discipline, or government; harsh; not mild or indulgent; rigorous; as, severe criticism; severe punishment. • (superl.) Rigidly methodical, or adherent to rule or principle; exactly conformed to a standard; not allowing or employing unneccessary ornament, amplification, etc.; strict; -- said of style, ...
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severe

cruel, harsh
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Severe

Severe is slang for impressive or excellent.
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Severe

Severe is slang for impressive or excellent.
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