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come into being, come out, enter, oblige, perform, play, take part, be created, be developed, be invented.
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rank
Definition:
Raised to a high degree; violent; extreme; gross; utter; as, rank heresy.

Synonyms:

adjective
abundant, luxurious
semitropical, rich, coarse, high-growing, wild, flourishing, vigorous, rampant, extreme, tropical, exuberant, luxuriant, excessive, overabundant, lush, prolific, fertile, fructiferous, junglelike, lavish, grown, productive, profuse, overgrown, dense.
all
rank.
dense
thick.
dirty
unclean.
egregious
egregious, heinous.
fetid
stinky, smelly, odorous, stinking, fetid, reeking, yucky, sulfurous, miasmic, grody, malodorous, putrid, mephitic, stinkiest, Stenchy, yecchy, stenchiest, Effluvial.
flagrant
bare-faced, flagitous, shameless, out and out, undisguised, ostentatious, noticeable.
foul-smelling
malodorous.
fusty
fusty, mildewy, frowsty.
gamy
strong-flavored, strong-tasting, seamy, strong-smelling.
green
lush.
high
shrilly, shrieky, piping, treble.
luxuriant
Profusive.
noisome
Insalutary.
obscene
scatologic, porno.
obscene, vulgar
scurrilous, dirty, crass, outrageous, foul, abusive, shocking, wicked, filthy, indecent, atrocious, raunchy, smutty.
offensive
outrageous.
overgrown
jungly.
perfect
unalloyed, Choate, perfect, unmixed.
positive
positive.
rampant
exceeding bounds, on the rampage.
rancid
feculent, putrefactive, evil-smelling, Olid, curdled.
stinking
odiferous.
stinking, foul
revolting, turned, stale, disgusting, humid, mephitic, putrescent, high, bad, strong, moldy, noisome, obnoxious, sour, loathsome, offensive, fusty, strong-smelling, repulsive, smelly, fetid, rancid, tainted, feculent, off, evil-smelling, reeking, disagreeable, musty, funky, gross, nauseating, nasty, dank, Graveolent, Olid, gamy, pungent, putrid, noxious.
strong
highly seasoned, highly flavored.
thick
crawling with, like sardines.
unsavory
no good.
utter, absolute
positive, flagrant, conspicuous, outstanding, egregious, capital, total, extravagant, blatant, complete, arrant, outright, sheer, perfect, downright, glaring, undisguised, noticeable, consummate, unmitigated, thorough.
vulgar
degraded, vulgar, barbaric, clumsy, brazen, inelegant, colloquial, unbecoming, base, cheap, raw, graceless, ill-bred, crude, sordid, scandalous, low, boorish, idiomatic, tasteless, coarse-grained, common, profane, unseemly, brutish, offensive, revolting, indelicate, ignominious, tactless, obscene, undignified, garish, unpolished, crass, depraved, animal, coarse, rude, rough, tawdry, outlandish, sleazy, ignoble, shameless, barnyard, chintzy, repulsive, philistine, broad, homespun, earthy, gross, gaudy, salty, glaring, unrefined, in bad taste, cockney.
noun
authority
faculty, steam, clout, prerogative, credential, primacy, purview, superiority, command, commission, privilege, authority, prestige, influence, punch, potency, birthright, might, mandate, office, puissance, power, stature, mightiness, seniority, entitlement, charge, precedence, mastery, sovereignty, domination, kingship, strength, empowerment, title, force, sway, Prepotency, enfranchisement, powerfulness, cogency, license.
calculation
presumption, approximation, statistics, computation, division, deduction, algorithm, conclusion, algebra, supposition, enumeration, arithmetic, method, determination, valuation, triangulation, multiplication, thought, assessment, measurement, system, consideration, quantification, appraisal, estimation, reckoning, evaluation, calculation, mathematics, inference, calculus, judgement.
category
stamp, designation, stripe, genotype, category, breed, ilk, taxonomy, genus, classification, degree, grain, brand, kingdom, make, kind, phylum, caste, persuasion, level, step, mold, people, Family, stock, strain, feather, clan, variety, species, style, denomination, label, race.
circumstances
worldly goods, Dowries, income, financial status, way of life, dowry, condition.
column, tier of individuals
series, group, formation, queue, string, file, row, range, line.
condition
how it goes, size of it, way things are, state of affairs, predicaments, riff, predicament, how things stack up, ballgame, way things shape up, like it is, where it's at, how things are, riffs.
corrupt
indecent, wicked, outrageous.
degree
testimonials, sheepskin, shingles, baccalaureates, baccalaureate, sheepskins, Dignification, shingle.
gentility
good family, ruling class, Gentlefolks, Optimacy, gentle birth, Gentlefolk, high birth, good breeding, upper crust, ruling classes.
gradation
calibration, Calibrations.
group
rank.
heritage
birth.
importance
salience, conspicuousness, noteworthiness, stature, importance.
influence
pull, importance, predominance, rule, bias, supremacy, pressure, motivation.
leverage
jump on, Suctions, suction.
line
line, scar.
lineup
lineup.
order
sub-class, subclass, taxonomic groups, subclasses, taxonomic group.
precedence
Primaries, earliness, preexistence, Anteposition, Previousness, precession, precessions, Prevenience, precedency, Pre-existence.
rank
sheer, social station, grade, rank and file, downright, abundant, social rank, glaring, complete, stage, range, absolute, out-and-out, obvious, place, fertile, social status, term, mark, state, offensive, outrank, crying, order, standing, status, right-down, station, egregious, flagrant, gross, membership, rate, conspicuous, footing.
reputation
repute, trustworthiness, reliability, dependabilities, rep, dependability, acceptability.
respect
honor.
royalty
kingships, the crown, Queenship, regalities, Regality, primacy, kingship.
sequence
subsequence, lineage, gamut, linkage, arrangement, line, progression, procession, course, train, concatenation, legacy, consequence, Consecution, succession, Consecutiveness, series, sequel.
situation
situations.
social class
caste.
social status
footing.
standing in a system, often a social one
classification, class, sort, status, place, estate, sphere, esteem, birth, footing, state, slot, paramountcy, reputation, degree, distinction, echelon, station, condition, level, parentage, dignity, division, pedigree, quality, sovereignty, position, capacity, seniority, authority, situation, nobility, circumstance, stock, ancestry, cachet, hierarchy, note, grade, supremacy, primacy, pecking order, consequence, stratum, Family, order, caste, privilege, blood, stature, type.
state
rank.
superiority
vantage, Meliority, predomination, whip hand.
title
highness, bestowal, decoration, colors, coronet, crest, grace, position, chevron, garland, crown, role, shield, reverence, honor.
utter
outright.
verb
be worthwhile; have supremacy
be classed, precede, be worth, stand, Forerun, outrank, belong, come first, antecede, count among, take the lead, go ahead of, have the advantage, go before.
calculate
score, conclude, think, account, presume, figure, plan, estimate, add, reckon, approximate, systematize, quantify, evaluate, program, judge, calculate, enumerate, rate, determine, divide, plot, rationalize, quantize, measure, scheme, infer, suppose, schedule, appraise, assess, tally, multiply, sum, consider, deduce, count, total, compute, weigh, surmise, study, value, guess, gauge, triangulate.
cognition
rank.
line up; classify in system
include, estimate, judge, put down for, list, give precedence, peg, align, settle, array, put in line, valuate, fix, button down, value, arrange, put away, regard, marshal, assort, put down as, dispose, put, locate, rate, assign, size up, establish, place in formation, typecast, evaluate, pigeonhole, tab.
measure
scale, benchmark, test, survey, calibrate.
order
collate, classify, shape, subordinate, place, frame, sort, grade, array, group, stabilize, settle, orchestrate, screen, design, establish, form, stratify, compose, maintain, order, devise, fix, pigeonhole, schematize, sift, prepare, categorize, separate, arrange, set, marshal, class, support, adjust, cast, integrate, mediate, harmonize, unify, regulate, organize, control, type, Methodize, normalize, chart, right, balance, structure, unsnarl.
raging
rampant.
rank
place, grade, scale, position, mark.
sequence
sequence, link, progress, chain, align, queue, follow, thread, concatenate, succeed, string.
Examples of usage:
  1. There,- to tell you the whole, they wouldn't let a man take his rise from one rank to another if he's married. – The Macdermots of Ballycloran by Anthony Trollope
  2. He was given the rank of colonel, and authority to raise a company of four hundred men for the purpose. – This Country Of Ours by H. E. Marshall Author: Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall
  3. No rank, no age is sacred. – The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers by Georg Ebers
  4. He's a commander with the rank of a thousand horse. – The Moghul by Thomas Hoover

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