For only with that knowledge would they have had enough information to make an informed—and, no doubt, sophisticated—decision.
Krytrons are sophisticated triggers for the detonation of nuclear bombs.
Complexity appeals to the sophisticated grown-ups mentioned above.
They can also get on Yelp, YouTube, or (for sophisticated tweens) Gridskipper and choose the next adventure for the whole car.
His art collides gay culture, outsider art, religious camp and sophisticated assemblage and installation.
Unreserved and simple by nature, I must have appeared frigid and sophisticated.
There speaks the sophisticated and conscious literary technician!
For all her sophisticated and independent manner she was still a child at heart.
But it is a vain enterprise for sophisticated Europe to try and understand these doings.
But in sophisticated society books and plays are discust only by talking about the prevailing idea round which the story centers.
c.1600, "mixed with a foreign substance, impure; no longer simple or natural," past participle adjective from sophisticate (v.). Of persons, with a positive sense, "worldly-wise, discriminating, cultured," from 1895.
c.1400, "make impure by admixture," from Medieval Latin sophisticatus, past participle of sophisticare (see sophistication). From c.1600 as "corrupt, delude by sophistry;" from 1796 as "deprive of simplicity." Related: Sophisticated; sophisticating. As a noun meaning "sophisticated person" from 1921.