Monday, 11 April 2016



1. having no reference to material objects or specific examples; not concrete
2. not applied or practical; theoretical
3. hard to understand; recondite; abstruse
4. denoting art characterized by geometric, formalized, or otherwise nonrepresentational qualities
5. defined in terms of its formal properties 
6. (philosophy) (of an idea) functioning for some empiricists as the meaning of a general term
7. a condensed version of a piece of writing, speech, etc.; summary
8. an abstract term or idea
9. an abstract painting, sculpture, etc.
-verb (trans.)
10. to think of (a quality or concept) generally without reference to a specific example; regard theoretically
11. to form (a general idea) by abstraction
12. (also intr.) to summarize or epitomize
13. to remove or extract
14. (euphemistic) to steal

Abstract sails
Real concrete

The future has already gone past

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