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167 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[tʃ_ˈiː_f_l_ɪ], [t͡ʃˈiːflɪ], [t‍ʃˈiːflɪ]
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Synonyms for Chiefly:

superiorly (adverb) supremely (adverb) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Chiefly:

  1. briefly;

Quotes for Chiefly:

  1. Nothing mattered except states of mind, chiefly our own. John Maynard Keynes.
  2. At present, financial crises occur, chiefly because the paper currency is redeemable in gold only. John Buchanan Robinson.
  3. Eagles come in all shapes and sizes, but you will recognize them chiefly by their attitudes. E. F. Schumacher.

Adjectives for Chiefly:

  • ambitious and incredibly stupid,
  • correct, senior,
  • defensive but privately furious,
  • shrewd but lenient,
  • slender and likable,
  • powerful but never conspicuous,
  • bemused and troubled,
  • fragile, withered,
  • irrelevant, former,
  • sure perfect,
  • regimental technical,
  • beautiful lost,
  • older lost,
  • matchless paternal,
  • stolid, reliable,
  • plain late,
  • east, lost,
  • thine, great,
  • little perturbed,
  • weak, flawed,
  • powerful and skilful,
  • sullen, stubborn,
  • temporary medical,
  • old lost,
  • more legendary,
  • great and beloved,
  • late gallant,
  • former naval,
  • clever and unscrupulous,
  • wise and honest,
  • big, blond,
  • gruff old,
  • own present,
  • magnificent old,
  • wiry little,
  • tall, handsome,
  • great and powerful,
  • queer old,
  • bemused,
  • other old,
  • little blue,
  • own dear,
  • irrelevant,
  • more serious,
  • stolid,
  • defensive,
  • east,
  • shrewd,
  • fragile,
  • sullen,
  • ambitious,
  • correct,
  • thine,
  • clever,
  • wise,
  • weak,
  • slender,
  • key senior,
  • excellent moorish,
  • omniscient but quite inadequate,
  • particular absolute,
  • all-powerful spiritual,
  • marshal and late,
  • equally hostile and exasperated,
  • oldest and ranking,
  • indomitable and heroic,
  • blue-eyed brave,
  • amiable and inefficient,
  • blue-eyed, brave,
  • talented and indefatigable,
  • insane french,
  • late swedish,
  • old mutinous,
  • big, competent,
  • general, japanese,
  • capable and reputable,
  • illustrious and magnanimous,
  • important and vigorous,
  • old undaunted,
  • thin intellectual,
  • hostile and exasperated,
  • angry and foolish,
  • other lost,
  • thy legal,
  • equally hostile,
  • other incompetent,
  • pagan irish,
  • level-headed old,
  • faithful and patriotic,
  • able and independent,
  • german and portuguese,
  • autocratic old,
  • humane and considerate,
  • present venerable,
  • most respectable,
  • last legitimate,
  • great tartar,
  • tall, quiet,
  • certain independent,
  • thy natural,
  • tall handsome,
  • fierce red,
  • wary old,
  • great pale,
  • greatest and best,
  • active young,
  • many former,
  • fussy little,
  • gallant old,
  • happy, happy,
  • more democratic,
  • more orthodox,
  • old native,
  • venerable old,
  • same good,
  • noble old,
  • nice old,
  • great and good,
  • omniscient,
  • famous old,
  • big red,
  • grand old,
  • blue-eyed,
  • indomitable,
  • marshal,
  • humane,
  • talented,
  • capable,
  • amiable,
  • illustrious,
  • hostile,
  • oldest,
  • faithful,
  • angry,
  • happy,
  • greatest,
  • german,
  • important,
  • powerful,
  • general,
  • formidable former,
  • infamous and famous,
  • clean, senior,
  • next, artful,
  • big and hearty,
  • able and resolute,
  • grand oriental,
  • worthy and capable,
  • dark, eerie,
  • heroic old,
  • great young,
  • other mighty,
  • late great,
  • royal and imperial,
  • grim little,
  • great irish,
  • spiritual and temporal,
  • noble young,
  • old british,
  • much younger,
  • same great,
  • big white,
  • infamous,
  • worthy,
  • spiritual,
  • clean,
  • royal,
  • tall,
  • next,
  • dark,
  • affable new,
  • clear, senior,
  • admiral, onetime,
  • bald, chubby,
  • crafty and malignant,
  • least senior,
  • stern old,
  • such other,
  • crafty,
  • dear old,
  • admiral,
  • bald,
  • clear,
  • great,
  • late and former,
  • rude old,
  • former imperial,
  • poor old,
  • able,
  • late,
  • big,
  • snotty, senior,
  • snotty,
  • handsome young,
  • late illustrious,
  • more, brave,
  • more,
  • invincible little,
  • good old.
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