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Pronunciation:

[k_ɹ_aɪ_t_ˈiə_ɹ_ɪ__ə_n], [kɹa͡ɪtˈi͡əɹɪən], [kɹa‍ɪtˈi‍əɹɪən]
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Synonyms for Criterion:

measure (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Criterion:

  • criteries,
  • critria,
  • critiqing,
  • critereria,
  • crterria,
  • criterial,
  • crateria,
  • critirea,
  • cretieria,
  • crietra,
  • crituqing,
  • critiria,
  • critereon,
  • criteris,
  • creteria,
  • crtieria,
  • critreria,
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  • criteriors,
  • drivetrain,
  • criteira,
  • criterior,
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  • critera,
  • crteria,
  • critaeria,
  • criteriea,
  • critqueing,
  • majoritarian,
  • crietria,
  • criteiria,
  • crieteria,
  • critieria,
  • criteron,
  • critirat,
  • criterisa,
  • critrica,
  • criterea,
  • critereia,
  • criteri,
  • criterira,
  • critiziing,
  • critiriea,
  • criteara,
  • criteriar,
  • cariteria,
  • criteion,
  • critieror,
  • criterias,
  • crieterea,
  • criterier,
  • qriteria,
  • criterria,
  • critriea,
  • nutritrion,
  • critteria,
  • crioteria,
  • criterica,
  • cryterias,
  • crestron,
  • cryteria,
  • critirias,
  • criterium,
  • crayron,
  • criterian,
  • citerion,
  • criterai,
  • critiqeing,
  • critierias,
  • crietreia,
  • critereas,
  • cruteria,
  • critquing,
  • cirterion,
  • creterias,
  • criteric,
  • critreia,
  • criiteria,
  • crtierion,
  • criterie,
  • crtreview,
  • crituria,
  • criateria,
  • crietira,
  • creitria,
  • critizeing,
  • crriteria,
  • creterai,
  • caterin,
  • critaria,
  • creiterias,
  • chridren,
  • crytria,
  • creiteria,
  • crtria,
  • criterya,
  • coritisone,
  • critizen,
  • criteriom,
  • criteeria,
  • carotrphie,
  • critugeing,
  • ccriteria,
  • craiteria,
  • criaterias,
  • critearie,
  • criteriawe,
  • criteriers,
  • criterra,
  • crtiera,
  • cretrion,
  • criterioin,
  • critierion,
  • descrturion.

Rhymes for Criterion:

  1. shakespearean, nigerian;
  2. hyperion;

Quotes for Criterion:

  1. We need somebody who's got the heart, the empathy, to recognize what it's like to be a young teenage mom, the empathy to understand what it's like to be poor or African -American or gay or disabled or old- and that's the criterion by which I'll be selecting my judges. Barack Obama.
  2. The winner's edge is not in a gifted birth, a high IQ, or in talent. The winner's edge is all in the attitude, not aptitude. Attitude is the criterion for success. Denis Waitley.
  3. A slender acquaintance with the world must convince every man that actions, not words, are the true criterion of the attachment of friends. George Washington.

Adjectives for Criterion:

  • revival,
  • saner and truer,
  • utterly frank,
  • formal democratic,
  • legal or official,
  • other ultimate,
  • ultimate social,
  • best attainable,
  • more ultimate,
  • determinative,
  • self-defeating,
  • more trustworthy,
  • more flexible,
  • best available,
  • more fundamental,
  • debatable,
  • developmental,
  • attainable,
  • more sensible,
  • saner,
  • unspecified,
  • tougher,
  • diagnostic,
  • more valuable,
  • ecological,
  • geometric,
  • extraneous,
  • stainless,
  • impersonal,
  • showy,
  • aesthetic,
  • flexible,
  • frank,
  • legitimate,
  • sensible,
  • notable,
  • deeper,
  • superb,
  • appropriate,
  • lesser,
  • worthy,
  • japanese,
  • awful,
  • genuine,
  • greatest,
  • broad,
  • particular,
  • strange,
  • high,
  • fine,
  • same revival,
  • neutral and naive,
  • simple and infallible,
  • tenable and tangible,
  • certain and unequivocal,
  • final or irrefutable,
  • foreign or irrelevant,
  • important and most constant,
  • sure or satisfactory,
  • altogether sure or satisfactory,
  • sure infallible,
  • speculative, evolutionary,
  • divisional, little,
  • extraordinarily clear and fine,
  • unfailing and certain,
  • sole impartial,
  • substantive ethical,
  • sure, indisputable,
  • practical and biological,
  • universal but purely negative,
  • characteristic and certain,
  • utilitarian and ethical,
  • proximate practical,
  • ultimate and decisive,
  • real unquestionable,
  • universal and infallible,
  • altogether fair,
  • grand and large,
  • valuable auxiliary,
  • acceptable scientific,
  • reasonable legal,
  • absolute and definite,
  • altogether sure,
  • less fallible,
  • essential and peculiar,
  • easiest and surest,
  • literary or intellectual,
  • more unsafe,
  • sole immediate,
  • merely quantitative,
  • extraordinarily clear,
  • universally applicable,
  • sole ultimate,
  • clear and fine,
  • simple and reasonable,
  • usual modern,
  • such subjective,
  • purely ethical,
  • more unequivocal,
  • proper and sufficient,
  • common modern,
  • merely logical,
  • purely descriptive,
  • possible legal,
  • highest ethical,
  • less exact,
  • far safer,
  • almost infallible,
  • nearest possible,
  • tolerably correct,
  • best moral,
  • own famous,
  • purely negative,
  • purely psychological,
  • inapplicable,
  • ficial,
  • embryological,
  • best practical,
  • real and true,
  • merkmal,
  • tenable,
  • same simple,
  • irrefutable,
  • definable,
  • connubial,
  • more profound,
  • more certain,
  • anthropological,
  • crudest,
  • more accurate,
  • measurable,
  • pre-existing,
  • divisional,
  • unwarrantable,
  • unconditional,
  • same general,
  • hard-won,
  • quantitative,
  • unpretentious,
  • equivocal,
  • paramount,
  • unquestionable,
  • analytical,
  • archaeological,
  • still further,
  • threefold,
  • elfin,
  • descriptive,
  • utilitarian,
  • irrelevant,
  • evolutionary,
  • imaginable,
  • more serious,
  • unequal,
  • improper,
  • exacting,
  • tangible,
  • impartial,
  • ever-present,
  • fairest,
  • palpable,
  • serviceable,
  • own personal,
  • obsolete,
  • auxiliary,
  • responsible,
  • racial,
  • tolerable,
  • naive,
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  • theoretical,
  • neutral,
  • biological,
  • paltry,
  • superficial,
  • experimental,
  • stable,
  • imperfect,
  • philosophical,
  • negative,
  • classical,
  • selfish,
  • startling,
  • partial,
  • contemporary,
  • fifth,
  • secondary,
  • cardinal,
  • profound,
  • mutual,
  • slightest,
  • prominent,
  • striking,
  • romantic,
  • customary,
  • conventional,
  • visible,
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  • outer,
  • artificial,
  • exquisite,
  • inner,
  • divine,
  • loose,
  • physical,
  • remarkable,
  • well-known,
  • constant,
  • standard,
  • foreign,
  • older,
  • female,
  • military,
  • real,
  • sharp,
  • double,
  • complete,
  • actual,
  • special,
  • famous,
  • present,
  • ordinary,
  • next,
  • idle chinese,
  • certain or extreme,
  • simple, convenient,
  • certain and decisive,
  • sure and convenient,
  • true and independent,
  • immediate and definite,
  • incredibly important,
  • national or political,
  • entirely similar,
  • ethnological,
  • selective,
  • misleading,
  • insufficient,
  • above-mentioned,
  • tempting,
  • indispensable,
  • authentic,
  • dominant,
  • simplest,
  • organic,
  • rigid,
  • artistic,
  • absurd,
  • vulgar,
  • infinite,
  • specific,
  • severe,
  • unusual,
  • extreme,
  • permanent,
  • easy,
  • chinese,
  • official,
  • finest,
  • national,
  • personal,
  • natural,
  • coarse but fairly trustworthy,
  • generally acceptable,
  • fairly trustworthy,
  • tolerably fair,
  • more stringent,
  • hedonistic,
  • more comprehensive,
  • more definite,
  • esthetic,
  • unequivocal,
  • conclusive,
  • indisputable,
  • dependable,
  • erroneous,
  • intrinsic,
  • easiest,
  • ambiguous,
  • whimsical,
  • acceptable,
  • more important,
  • minimum,
  • constitutional,
  • foremost,
  • psychological,
  • key,
  • precise,
  • essential,
  • ready,
  • basic,
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  • admirable,
  • eternal,
  • queer,
  • serious,
  • bad,
  • whole,
  • private and unavoidable,
  • paradoxically private and unavoidable,
  • paradoxically private,
  • somewhat coarse and inadequate,
  • coarse and inadequate,
  • single medical,
  • somewhat coarse,
  • revival,
  • applicable,
  • stringent,
  • approximate,
  • unsatisfactory,
  • unavoidable,
  • arbitrary,
  • available,
  • eminent,
  • historical,
  • material,
  • medical,
  • unique,
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  • vague,
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  • former,
  • formal dynastic,
  • likewise defective and unreliable,
  • likewise defective,
  • internal or external,
  • interchangeable,
  • unsafe,
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  • best possible,
  • unfair,
  • physiological,
  • comprehensive,
  • rational,
  • exclusive,
  • reasonable,
  • characteristic,
  • intellectual,
  • peculiar,
  • clear,
  • modern,
  • human,
  • authoritative,
  • irrational,
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  • prime,
  • positive,
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  • immediate,
  • false,
  • similar,
  • nearly valueless,
  • eugenic,
  • valueless,
  • pragmatic,
  • empirical,
  • unfailing,
  • obvious,
  • political,
  • solid,
  • unerring,
  • truest,
  • much better,
  • inadequate,
  • convenient,
  • correct,
  • exact,
  • useful,
  • literary,
  • coarse,
  • social,
  • more infallible,
  • fallible,
  • safer,
  • logical,
  • accurate,
  • scientific,
  • additional,
  • valid,
  • subjective,
  • satisfactory,
  • democratic,
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  • rough,
  • principal,
  • perfect,
  • usual,
  • trustworthy,
  • higher,
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  • primary,
  • common,
  • single,
  • internal,
  • highest,
  • different,
  • truer,
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  • reliable,
  • legal,
  • ethical,
  • grand,
  • fourth,
  • poor,
  • uncertain,
  • fundamental,
  • adequate,
  • simple,
  • practical,
  • moral,
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  • external,
  • definite,
  • general,
  • universal,
  • chief,
  • major,
  • sufficient,
  • main,
  • absolute,
  • proper,
  • important,
  • safe,
  • final,
  • sure,
  • ultimate,
  • certain,
  • fair,
  • infallible,
  • sole,
  • best,
  • true.
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