Philosophical

Relating or devoted to the study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, existence, theoretical, and scholarly.

Falsafah. To be philosophical is to stay detached and thoughtful in the face of a setback.

Or to approach a tough situation in a level-headed way. In ancient Greece, philosophy literally meant a love of knowledge and wisdom.

In modern times, the field of philosophy is more specifically the study of how we think through problems.

A person who is deeply versed in philosophy, a person who establishes the central ideas of some movement, cult, etc.

The use of reason in understanding such things as the nature of the real world.

Philosophy of the study or creation of theories about basic things such as the nature.

Coarse

Rough for road or path. Harsh sound or harsh in texture. “A coarse woollen cloth”.

Harsh sound or of a person or their speech rude or vulgar. “A man of coarse speech”.

Coarse is rough and not smooth, or soft, not in very small pieces. It’s rude and offensive.

Coarse things have a rough texture because they consist of thick threats or large pieces. Having a rough surface that feels slightly hard, thick or large.

Affection

Liking, like, love caring and feeling. Familiarity, a feeling of liking for a person or place, love to person.

A feeling or liking and caring for someone or something. “She had a deep affection for her parents”.

If you regard someone or something with affection, you like them and are fond of them.

A physical way of showing just how much you love someone.

Severe

Very strict in judgment, discipline or harsh for example is punishment severe. Fierce, forceful intense.

2. Very great, intense of punishment of a person. Strict or harsh. You use severe to indicate that something bad or undesirable is great or intense.

The definition of severe is someone or something that is very serious, harsh or critical for examples are severe problem, injuries, illnesses, etc.

Acquire

To get or receive, obtain, come to own something. To acquire means to get or come to own something. You acquire an education by your own effort.

You acquire a painting by paying for it, or when someone gives it you. You acquire a sense of calm in crisis through experience.

The list of things you can acquire includes: an object, a trait, a skill, or an ability.

Fitted

Made to order, custom made, a person whose occupation is making fitted.

made or shaped to fill a space or to cover something closely or exactly.
“the blouse has a fitted bodice”
synonyms:shaped, contoured, fitting tightly/well; contour
“a fitted sheet”
2.
attached to or provided with a particular component or article.
“a piping bag fitted with a star nozzle”

Fitted definition: A fitted piece of clothing is designed so that it is the same size and shape as your body.

having the appropriate qualities or skills to do something.
synonyms:suited, well suited, right, suitable, ideal; equipped, fit, appropriate; informalcut out
“I don’t think he was fitted for the job”.

Adapt

Make or adapt for a particular purpose or person. Customize, adapt, adjust, modify, convert, alter, mould, trim, suit, shape, reshape, tune, repairs, outfitter.

To suit something, to suit difference conditions or uses. To outer, to fitted. To alter a trousers or something others.

What do you mean by adapt is to change your behavior so that it is easier to live in a particular place or situation. : to change (something) so that it functions better or is better suited for a purpose.

How does the human body adapt to cold weather?
This is due to the body’s natural response to cold weather, which includes shivering, faster breathing, and a general desire to get to a warmer environment as fast as possible.

Nevertheless, over a period of several weeks, your body will adapt to colder weather, and it will become easier to get in those winter miles.

Willed

Past simple or/and past-participle of will. If you will something to happen, you try to make it happen by the power of your thoughts. “She willed herself to remember his name”.

Synonym for willed is to want something. For example “As you will”.

Someone strong willed doesn’t give up easily. A strong willed person is determined. Your will is your desire or drive to do something. So a strong willed person is someone with a powerful will. This can be positive or negative.

“A child who insists on going to the zoo in the rain is strong willed in a stubborn way”.

Set

Put, lay, stand something in a specified place or position. Put down, position, or dispose. Put or bring into a specified state.

To put something in a particular place or position. Set in a particular time or place. A set of things is a number of things that belong together or that thought of.

A set is a group or collection of objects or numbers, considered as an entity unto itself.

Each object or number in a set is called a member or element of the set. For examples are the set of all computers in the world.

The set of all apples on a tree and the set of all irrational numbers between 0 and 1.

Typed out

Type out is phrasal verb. If you type something out, you write it in full using a typewriter or word processor.

“The two of us stood by while two typists typed out the whole document again”.

Typed out definition to use a computer or a typewriter, to make a copy of something in writing.  To make a typed copy of a piece of text that is written by hand.