This Palmer stands for elegance and sophistication: the embodiment of natural gifts, both athletic and personal.
We were greatly impressed with the quality, sophistication, and wide range of topics we received from every country in South Asia.
Skiing may claim to be the height of sophistication—the stuff of Chamonix and Gstaad.
early 15c., "use of sophistry; fallacious argument intended to mislead; adulteration; an adulterated or adulterating substance," from Medieval Latin sophisticationem (nominative sophisticatio), noun of action from past participle stem of sophisticare "adulterate, cheat quibble," from Latin sophisticus "of sophists," from Greek sophistikos "of or pertaining to a sophist," from sophistes "a wise man, master, teacher" (see sophist). Meaning "wordly wisdom, refinement, discrimination" is attested from 1850.