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232 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ɐsˈɛndənsɪ], [ɐsˈɛndənsɪ], [ɐ_s_ˈɛ_n_d_ə_n_s_ɪ]
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Synonyms for Ascendancy:

success (noun) supremacy (noun) victory (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Ascendancy:

  • adundance,
  • arrendence,
  • efficientancy,
  • addendence,
  • aceeptance,
  • atendance,
  • attendancy,
  • aspectancy,
  • scentance,
  • aceptance,
  • abundancy,
  • aquentance,
  • adsentsence,
  • assintance,
  • assiantance,
  • acendancy,
  • acsendng,
  • acountancy,
  • decendancy,
  • ascendacy,
  • paicentence,
  • asendance,
  • incendence,
  • assisantance,
  • atendency,
  • assisntance,
  • evendance,
  • asseptance,
  • acendency,
  • addendance,
  • asictence,
  • decendance,
  • decendency,
  • assitintans,
  • isntance,
  • assictance,
  • descendance,
  • centance,
  • aceptince,
  • abonduncy,
  • accenpance,
  • irrandance,
  • asentence.

Rhymes for Ascendancy:

  1. tendency;
  2. ascendency, dependency;

Quotes for Ascendancy:

  1. But it is a law of life and development in history where two national civilizations meet they fight for ascendancy Bernhard von Bulow.
  2. During my solitude, conflicting thoughts increased; but much exercise of soul had the effect of causing the scriptures to gain complete ascendancy over me. John Nelson Darby.
  3. Though, with the ascendancy of Louis, the political power of the nobles finally came to an end, France remained, in the whole complexion of her social life, completely aristocratic. Lytton Strachey.

Adjectives for Ascendancy:

  • equally absolute and ridiculous,
  • absolute and ridiculous,
  • artful and selfish,
  • japanese virtual,
  • current relative,
  • native mental,
  • equally absolute,
  • natural female,
  • old intellectual,
  • little political,
  • certain moral,
  • thankless,
  • galling,
  • iniquitous,
  • drastic,
  • administrative,
  • artful,
  • clerical,
  • virtual,
  • selfish,
  • more and more,
  • multiple,
  • feminine,
  • ridiculous,
  • fearful,
  • comfortable,
  • professional,
  • additional,
  • female,
  • clear,
  • perfect,
  • more,
  • undisguised british,
  • complete speculative,
  • historic commercial,
  • undisputed male,
  • undisputed and serene,
  • aristocratic and corrupt,
  • cheap social,
  • peaceful affectionate,
  • undisputed personal,
  • unparalleled personal,
  • subsequent universal,
  • unmistakable spanish,
  • complete and unquestioned,
  • mental, physical and moral,
  • exclusive and absolute,
  • religious and material,
  • modern maritime,
  • proud military,
  • wide personal,
  • occasional temporary,
  • traditional german,
  • present democratic,
  • obvious personal,
  • slightest moral,
  • same marvelous,
  • remarkable intellectual,
  • social and artistic,
  • own habitual,
  • full political,
  • present financial,
  • remarkable personal,
  • complete military,
  • direct political,
  • spiritual and religious,
  • long spanish,
  • extraordinary personal,
  • civil and social,
  • pure spiritual,
  • jutish,
  • british official,
  • own ultimate,
  • such swift,
  • greater personal,
  • own legal,
  • same cruel,
  • own mad,
  • strange and sudden,
  • mere local,
  • such political,
  • own glorious,
  • oligarchical,
  • such spiritual,
  • own military,
  • brahmanical,
  • german and austrian,
  • great personal,
  • political and military,
  • moral and political,
  • physical and moral,
  • overweening,
  • great moral,
  • working-class,
  • titular,
  • almost incredible,
  • such extraordinary,
  • pontifical,
  • political and social,
  • pervasive,
  • napoleonic,
  • more complete,
  • unqualified,
  • overbearing,
  • numerical,
  • germanic,
  • phoenician,
  • fraternal,
  • tartar,
  • pecuniary,
  • salutary,
  • uncontrolled,
  • twofold,
  • unclean,
  • degrading,
  • world-wide,
  • episcopal,
  • short-lived,
  • governmental,
  • byzantine,
  • more powerful,
  • ruinous,
  • spurious,
  • technological,
  • unjust,
  • eventual,
  • athenian,
  • own personal,
  • grecian,
  • feudal,
  • astounding,
  • unwilling,
  • tranquil,
  • speculative,
  • educational,
  • morbid,
  • serene,
  • intolerable,
  • secular,
  • constitutional,
  • destructive,
  • corrupt,
  • martial,
  • conservative,
  • heathen,
  • inexplicable,
  • ruthless,
  • warlike,
  • affectionate,
  • supernatural,
  • mediaeval,
  • prodigious,
  • consequent,
  • pleasing,
  • rural,
  • sinister,
  • dazzling,
  • joint,
  • marvelous,
  • passionate,
  • vital,
  • heroic,
  • civil,
  • jewish,
  • substantial,
  • brutal,
  • rival,
  • mechanical,
  • youthful,
  • perpetual,
  • inevitable,
  • legal,
  • subtle,
  • steady,
  • sheer,
  • literary,
  • singular,
  • tremendous,
  • mad,
  • invisible,
  • traditional,
  • chinese,
  • glorious,
  • cruel,
  • serious,
  • happy,
  • native,
  • free,
  • quiet,
  • royal,
  • similar,
  • proper,
  • sweet,
  • cold,
  • usual,
  • high,
  • ancient,
  • general,
  • relative and periodical,
  • temporary and last,
  • own preponderating,
  • invariable and irresistible,
  • long liberal,
  • thine undisputed,
  • limited and transient,
  • powerful and remarkable,
  • swift and unerring,
  • forth thine,
  • almost undisputed,
  • enough moral,
  • complete personal,
  • mere religious,
  • maritime and commercial,
  • complete political,
  • complete and absolute,
  • almost absolute,
  • preponderating,
  • unchallenged,
  • moral and social,
  • meteoric,
  • stoical,
  • unrestricted,
  • posthumous,
  • unerring,
  • periodical,
  • invariable,
  • deplorable,
  • dual,
  • inherent,
  • transient,
  • polish,
  • temporal,
  • progressive,
  • hereditary,
  • parallel,
  • turkish,
  • limited,
  • positive,
  • highest,
  • previous,
  • miserable,
  • secret,
  • important,
  • main,
  • whole,
  • consequent moral,
  • powerful intellectual,
  • commercial and maritime,
  • now complete,
  • permanent political,
  • racial and religious,
  • such moral,
  • dynastic,
  • great political,
  • senatorial,
  • conjugal,
  • ministerial,
  • buddhist,
  • elizabethan,
  • territorial,
  • nominal,
  • sovereign,
  • parliamentary,
  • belgian,
  • portuguese,
  • magnetic,
  • surprising,
  • austrian,
  • agreeable,
  • federal,
  • financial,
  • industrial,
  • wondrous,
  • artistic,
  • rapid,
  • obvious,
  • extreme,
  • official,
  • popular,
  • bloody,
  • recent,
  • peculiar,
  • chief,
  • curious,
  • noble,
  • same irresistible,
  • sheer physical,
  • god-given,
  • moral and intellectual,
  • undue,
  • sunken,
  • alarming,
  • democratic,
  • aristocratic,
  • relative,
  • momentary,
  • colonial,
  • successive,
  • visible,
  • japanese,
  • proud,
  • imperial,
  • enormous,
  • due,
  • human,
  • mere,
  • less,
  • great intellectual,
  • sectarian,
  • healthful,
  • gradual,
  • incomprehensible,
  • cultural,
  • aerial,
  • masculine,
  • ecclesiastical,
  • triumphant,
  • legitimate,
  • apparent,
  • alien,
  • permanent,
  • necessary,
  • individual,
  • national,
  • mysterious,
  • vast,
  • true,
  • bureaucratic,
  • economic,
  • dutch,
  • fatal,
  • wonderful,
  • such definite,
  • military and political,
  • almost complete,
  • wary,
  • exclusive,
  • incredible,
  • equal,
  • immediate,
  • present,
  • white,
  • overwhelming,
  • alternate,
  • swift,
  • sufficient,
  • dangerous,
  • strong,
  • unquestioned,
  • mental,
  • terrible,
  • paramount,
  • unlimited,
  • amazing,
  • material,
  • definite,
  • unbounded,
  • european,
  • universal,
  • total,
  • male,
  • racial,
  • liberal,
  • local,
  • strange,
  • habitual,
  • thine,
  • remarkable,
  • immense,
  • considerable,
  • papal,
  • ultimate,
  • spanish,
  • greatest,
  • religious,
  • physical,
  • extraordinary,
  • powerful,
  • sudden,
  • final,
  • natural,
  • french,
  • irresistible,
  • brief,
  • social,
  • entire,
  • full,
  • long,
  • former,
  • naval,
  • german,
  • commercial,
  • maritime,
  • intellectual,
  • british,
  • spiritual,
  • absolute,
  • certain,
  • military,
  • undisputed,
  • temporary,
  • personal,
  • moral,
  • political,
  • complete.
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