so⋅phis⋅ti⋅fy    v. suh-fis-ti-fahy
verb
1. To refine;
2. To bring forward, polish and accentuate positive traits, strengths, attributes and characteristics so that happiness, confidence and profitability are maximized;
3. To understand and promote lifelong etiquette and positivity though body image, mannerisms, demeanor, body language, words, actions and appearance.

In order to sophistify him, he had to participate in seminars so that he was able to present himself professionally, interact appropriately and showcase his great sense of humour and intelligence.


by Penelopetk March 01, 2009

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