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rank
Definition:
A row; order; degree; dignity.
Rancid; strong- scented; luxuriant; flagrant.
To occupy a rank.
To place in a rank.
Synonyms:
rank (noun)
status, range, scale, stage, station, term, grade, state, place, standing, degree, position, step, footing, mark.
category (noun)
stripe, genus, order, kind, style, genotype, ilk, denomination, category, grain, caste, brand, people, stamp, phylum, mold, stock, set, line, feather, clan, breed, taxonomy, persuasion, family, kingdom, classification, species, series, level, class, variety, form, make, step, grade, designation, race, degree, label, strain, sort, type.
authority (noun)
powerfulness, credential, title, enfranchisement, privilege, license, power, might, cogency, mastery, superiority, clout, charge, prestige, puissance, office, domination, mightiness, empowerment, prerogative, sovereignty, faculty, force, kingship, control, stature, birthright, strength, sway, commission, influence, purview, potency, steam, entitlement, command, seniority, primacy, punch, right, prepotency, mandate, authority, precedence.
calculation (noun)
computation, plot, method, determination, deduction, schedule, statistics, presumption, estimation, inference, scheme, count, conclusion, division, thought, calculation, tally, total, algebra, consideration, score, value, plan, quantification, account, study, program, assessment, reckoning, sum, gauge, evaluation, calculus, arithmetic, triangulation, valuation, algorithm, enumeration, appraisal, approximation, mathematics, system, guess, judgement, multiplication, measurement, supposition.
influence (noun)
seniority, power, influence, predominance, command, rule, control, bias, supremacy, authority, sway, mastery, pull, pressure, motivation, importance.
title (noun)
reverence, position, highness, coronet, colors, garland, role, seniority, crown, honor, title, bestowal, crest, chevron, shield, grace, decoration, place.
sequence (verb)
string, link, order, progress, sort, thread, array, sequence, concatenate, queue, align, follow, succeed, arrange, chain.
vulgar (adjective)
rough, profane, obscene, coarse, earthy, shameless, degraded, unseemly, revolting, ill-bred, chintzy, unpolished, broad, glaring, undignified, depraved, cheap, ignominious, ignoble, scandalous, brutish, tawdry, graceless, barbaric, crass, sleazy, idiomatic, sordid, coarse-grained, indelicate, gaudy, in bad taste, low, colloquial, unbecoming, animal, raw, vulgar, tactless, inelegant, brazen, philistine, crude, tasteless, homespun, boorish, cockney, rude, barnyard, garish, outlandish, offensive, base, repulsive, clumsy, salty, common, gross, unrefined.
order (verb)
right, plan, compose, pigeonhole, maintain, program, place, settle, structure, schedule, unsnarl, rationalize, orchestrate, array, separate, score, systematize, balance, sift, order, schematize, screen, set, control, subordinate, design, marshal, rate, prepare, regulate, organize, type, chart, adjust, arrange, grade, group, scheme, fix, stratify, methodize, mediate, establish, support, stabilize, categorize, form, plot, collate, normalize, class, sort, classify, harmonize, unify, devise, integrate, shape, frame, cast.
measure (verb)
score, evaluate, measure, quantify, scale, test, calculate, rate, compute, quantize, appraise, estimate, survey, benchmark, calibrate.
calculate (verb)
systematize, add, count, assess, plot, account, approximate, evaluate, schedule, total, infer, score, rate, estimate, calculate, divide, rationalize, conclude, program, deduce, gauge, multiply, consider, appraise, determine, think, enumerate, guess, scheme, value, study, suppose, quantify, figure, surmise, sum, plan, presume, triangulate, compute, tally, weigh, reckon, measure, judge, quantize.
fetid (adjective)
smelly, fetid, miasmic, sulfurous, odorous, reeking, putrid, stinking, malodorous, effluvial.
sequence (noun)
line, sequence, lineage, consecutiveness, linkage, procession, legacy, progression, gamut, concatenation, series, thread, string, sequel, train, consecution, chain, consequence, queue, subsequence, course, succession, link, array, arrangement.
rank (verb)
mark, place, position, scale, grade.
Other synonyms:
bombardier, moldy, accumulation, overabundant, airman, antecede, allowance, ranking, disagreeable, dispose, the... the..., obnoxious, excessive, by/in contrast, tier, fusty, lavish, cab, social rank, heap, invest, obvious, blank, barren, right-down, absolute, blooming, order, dog tag, roll, consecrate, straight-out, valuate, grade, striking, inedible, wicked, detail, rate, flagrant, sound, tropical, direct, battalion, gamy, egregious, say, thoroughgoing, stenchy, billet, lay, turned, dense, wander, relative, clique, luxuriant, sparse, green, academician, range, stratum, tell, flat, pile, stark, list, ill-smelling, pronounced, blatant, set out, bland, prolific, Midland, line up, site, bodacious, extreme, thick, dead, GI, arrant, file, precede, stand, algal, Green Beret, dictate, unqualified, branch, perfect, enjoin, cycle rickshaw, tainted, utter, rampant, roam, foul, insipid, rove, localize, bushy, strong, definite, aromatic, corps, glaring, fragrant, damn, bad, arriviste, fare, rank and file, exuberant, stone, echelon, resounding, nasty, downright, out-and-out, profound, complete, commit, lay out, amount, block, regularise, vagabond, in-depth, outright, rotten, patent, whereas, next to, drift, high, cabstand, stale, allocation, cotton-picking, identify, seen against something, baby, commissioner, browse, characterize, compared with/to, damned, garrison, pure, head, batch, come in, regular, clean, crashing, cannon fodder, disgusting, thorough, tramp, rich, run, frowsty, govern, assign, unpalatable, set up, fair, foot soldier, sweet, wild, layer, row, fort, association, straddle, post, productive, crying, nauseating, lush, airwoman, good, pose, prescribe, aquatic, androgynous, bracket, aim, relatively, overgrown, company, categorical, unconditional, profuse, point, contingent, than, associate, capacity, advance guard, core, ordain, situation, deadly, all-out, backlog, alumnus, musty, ordinate, social station, simple, distribute, ramble, belong, stinky, fatigues, sheer, stray, brigade, vigorous, frowsy, column, come out, localise, cavalry, plumb, membership, pasture, rancid, reeky, confederate, swan, flat-out, outrageous, biennial, bare, creeping, hail, conspicuous, arboreal, unmitigated, sour, generalship, charter member, locate, social status, offensive, ripe, crew, mephitic, consummate, noisome, hack, fertile, commando, weedy, forerun, thin, funky, gross, black cab, cabbie, prosperous, league, graze, regard, grenadier, dreadful, club, circle, coterie, very, regularize, crop, target, unalloyed, noxious, bust, place, abundant, outrank, put, indecent, detachment, send, unadulterated.
Examples of usage:
  1. I was about to go also, but old caught me by the robe, saying that in my new rank of Councillor I had the right to remain. Bakenkhonsu - "Moon of Israel", H. Rider Haggard.
  2. " Come, rank jealousy. Mr. Cheesacre, that's - "Can You Forgive Her?", Anthony Trollope.
  3. " can scarcely rank amongst the other people with me," she said. Blenavon - "The Betrayal", E. Phillips Oppenheim.

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