Tractable

(adjective)

: capable of being easily led, taught, or controlled

“The computer scientist Alan Turing noted that the question of whether a machine can think is incredibly difficult to determine, not least because of the lack of a clear definition of ‘thinking’; he proposed investigating instead the more tractable question of whether a machine can convince a human interlocutor that it’s human—the so-called Turing test.” — William Egginton, The New York Times, 17 Mar. 2019

 

https://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/tractable-2019-12-13

Polarity

(noun)

1
: the quality or condition inherent in a body that exhibits opposite properties or powers in opposite parts or directions or that exhibits contrasted properties or powers in contrasted parts or directions : the condition of having poles

2
: attraction toward a particular object or in a specific direction

“perspective and help people visualize the spaces between those two polarities.” -“How better photos can help you document , and shape, your neighborhood” by Patrick Sisson

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/polarities

Sabbatical

(adjective)

: The definition of sabbatical is relating to the Sabbath or bringing a time of rest in regular cycles.

(noun)

: Sabbatical is defined as an extended period of leave from work.

“In monkey see, monkey do fashion, was able to follow him around when he was on sabbatical , or working on a fulbright opportunity abroad” -“How better photos can help you document, and shape, your neighborhood”  by Patrick Sisson

https://www.yourdictionary.com/sabbatical

Multihyphenate

(noun)

: A person with a hyphenated profession e.g. singer-songwriter, actor-director, but especially a person with several such roles

“Wolfe outlines a philosophy that reflects his Multihyphenate nature, blending the artistic approach of a photographer with the rigor of a lawyer” – “How better photos can help you document, and shape, your neighborhood” by Patrick Sisson

https://www.yourdictionary.com/multihyphenate

Romp

(noun)

something suggestive of such play: such as
(1)
: a light fast-paced narrative, dramatic, or musical work usually in a comic mood

(Verb)

: to run or play in a lively, carefree, or boisterous mannerverb)

“The first draft is the child’s draft, where you let it all pour out and then let it romp all over the place , knowing that no one is going to see it and that you can shape it later.  – “Shitty first drafts” by Anne Lamott

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/romp