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Pronunciation:

[d_ɪ_s_t_ˈɪ_ŋ_k_ʃ_ə_n], [dɪstˈɪŋkʃən], [dɪstˈɪŋkʃən]
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Synonyms for Distinction:

difference (noun) discrimination (noun) dissimilarity (noun) nobility (noun) reputation (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Distinction:

  • distinquish,
  • destinction,
  • destuction,
  • destinantion,
  • destication,
  • deastination,
  • disfunction,
  • distination,
  • disctraction,
  • distingusihing,
  • discoonection,
  • distrinction,
  • distinquishable,
  • distincition,
  • districution,
  • distiction,
  • dystfunction,
  • dinstinctions,
  • disctruction,
  • disctinction,
  • destintation,
  • disinction,
  • destinctions,
  • distyention,
  • distinqicsh,
  • distunguishing,
  • disntigration,
  • distinggwising,
  • destaination,
  • distrucktion,
  • distriction,
  • disctinctions,
  • postconcussion,
  • disatifaction,
  • distnation,
  • desstination,
  • distibguish,
  • dinstinction,
  • satistaction,
  • duristiction,
  • discinction,
  • dstination,
  • distinctinly,
  • distaction,
  • distinktive,
  • destiction,
  • districation,
  • distroction,
  • distenation,
  • disstraction,
  • dissastifaction,
  • distrction,
  • distguishing,
  • distrinctions,
  • distiguishing,
  • distintion,
  • distingtion,
  • distribuction,
  • disstruction,
  • disttinction,
  • dissatifaction,
  • distinquishing,
  • distentyion,
  • distinictions,
  • distinctiion,
  • disitinctive,
  • residenctial,
  • distincion,
  • deistination,
  • disticntion,
  • distuction,
  • distingquising,
  • distingusishing,
  • distarction,
  • distrection,
  • desitination,
  • distanation,
  • disturction,
  • distenctions,
  • distrcution,
  • didticntion,
  • distinktion,
  • destinashon,
  • distibguishing,
  • dissatification,
  • distigtion,
  • distinciton,
  • distratction,
  • destintion,
  • distinugish,
  • durisdiction,
  • destinstion,
  • distendtion,
  • distiniction,
  • duristriction,
  • desturction,
  • destinasion,
  • disatification,
  • distinasion,
  • distinquesh.

Rhymes for Distinction:

  1. extinction;

Quotes for Distinction:

  1. There is a distinction between fact and truth. Truth has an element of revelation about it. If something is true, it does more than strike one as merely being so. Lucian Freud.
  2. I don't make much distinction between being a stand -up comic and acting Shakespeare- in fact, unless you're a good comedian, you're never going to be able to play Hamlet properly. Ian Mckellen.
  3. Very few men are fortunate enough to gain distinction during their first term in Congress. John George Nicolay.

Adjectives for Distinction:

  • fine philsophical,
  • raw perceptual,
  • subtle provincial,
  • frivolous and fallacious,
  • complete and categorical,
  • implicitly derogatory,
  • fine and possibly pointless,
  • onerous and dubious,
  • critically useless,
  • clumsy and rather theoretical,
  • unreal and uninformative,
  • essentially unreal and uninformative,
  • essentially unreal,
  • radical, qualitative,
  • common bigoted,
  • sharp and fundamental,
  • great and decidedly partial,
  • withered but imperious,
  • subtle but suggestive,
  • clear cerebral,
  • wide and unalterable,
  • sterile and professional,
  • essential or true,
  • clean-cut faunal,
  • personal, aesthetic or moral,
  • cosmetic or superficial,
  • odious hereditary,
  • fundamental linguistic,
  • further and clearer,
  • further splendid,
  • foolish, undesirable,
  • artless and very feminine,
  • dangerous and delightful,
  • endless fresh,
  • overall moral,
  • possibly pointless,
  • military nor civil,
  • chief evolutionary,
  • rather theoretical,
  • important, practical,
  • decidedly partial,
  • preliminary logical,
  • unwise and arbitrary,
  • wholly antipodal,
  • large racial,
  • now convenient,
  • fine clumsy,
  • less and ever less,
  • philsophical,
  • literary and philanthropic,
  • clear genetic,
  • cial,
  • considerable scholastic,
  • small and frivolous,
  • sufficiently specific,
  • unpleasant and even dangerous,
  • original and great,
  • seriously heavy,
  • odd legal,
  • difficult but necessary,
  • puny social,
  • rational and worthy,
  • obscure and technical,
  • general and literary,
  • finer and grander,
  • old fastidious,
  • stark and terrifying,
  • absolutely sharp,
  • much rare,
  • important and radical,
  • radical and essential,
  • common and good,
  • clear and fundamental,
  • subtle and technical,
  • somewhat irrational,
  • deontological,
  • highly enviable,
  • rather necessary,
  • basic sexual,
  • broader and simpler,
  • intrinsic and essential,
  • broad and fundamental,
  • vast individual,
  • sometimes remarkable,
  • broad and charitable,
  • aesthetic or moral,
  • true-false,
  • final general,
  • same enviable,
  • old aristotelian,
  • other valid,
  • similar official,
  • special ceremonial,
  • rigid and uncompromising,
  • true and best,
  • considerable national,
  • truly honorable,
  • linguistic and cultural,
  • proper and suitable,
  • fine and pleasant,
  • practically infinite,
  • deep and ancient,
  • formal,
  • primary sexual,
  • truly masculine,
  • personal or national,
  • sweet and natural,
  • perfect and eternal,
  • important technical,
  • essential moral,
  • far sharper,
  • artistic and well-bred,
  • temporary and practical,
  • subsequent triple,
  • invidious and inhospitable,
  • deserving real,
  • special posthumous,
  • clear and wide,
  • laudable but impossible,
  • antique social,
  • unusual and real,
  • practically obvious,
  • obtain intellectual,
  • never obtain intellectual,
  • necessary, unwritten,
  • hollow, ephemeral,
  • dominant and wonderful,
  • horrid galling,
  • literary or official,
  • extremely scholastic,
  • sharp, exhaustive,
  • temperamental and occupational,
  • royal or academic,
  • useful clinical,
  • formal or specific,
  • careful and significant,
  • high and agreeable,
  • great & fundamental,
  • noticeable social,
  • profane, absolute,
  • perceptible mineral,
  • least, military,
  • sharply technical,
  • territorial titular,
  • subtle but impotent,
  • immense and insurmountable,
  • weary, depraved,
  • sharp fundamental,
  • sharp and important,
  • exquisite and signal,
  • fundamental etymological,
  • prime or principal,
  • one social,
  • false one social,
  • metaphysical or ideal,
  • old-fashioned academic,
  • pregnant and useful,
  • trifling or evasive,
  • elusive but essential,
  • probably unjustified,
  • local or occasional,
  • last and most honorable,
  • subtle delicate,
  • practical and expressive,
  • sharp or permanent,
  • false and baneful,
  • clear biblical,
  • final and particular,
  • consummate personal,
  • shallow and mischievous,
  • real strategical,
  • fundamental ethnic,
  • entirely metaphysical,
  • conventional and real,
  • probably artistic,
  • false and unnecessary,
  • rigid and constant,
  • once fundamental,
  • special and significant,
  • higher honorary,
  • wholly civic,
  • broad and well-known,
  • unjust or improper,
  • strong and essential,
  • calm and correct,
  • wonderfully proud,
  • scant architectural,
  • second unsatisfactory,
  • absurd and invidious,
  • historical and high,
  • probably universal,
  • subtle but vital,
  • comparatively accidental,
  • ideally significant,
  • somewhat proportionate,
  • unjust and invidious,
  • special and complete,
  • wide and vital,
  • external teleological,
  • great and most unusual,
  • necessary and present,
  • simply quantitative,
  • due theoretical,
  • modest and middle-class,
  • official and intellectual,
  • trivial anatomical,
  • highest generic,
  • main and real,
  • artificial and political,
  • fancy and keen,
  • eternal, necessary,
  • separate generic,
  • strictly capitalist,
  • quite clear-cut,
  • outlandish or foreign,
  • difficult and unique,
  • earthly intellectual,
  • artful and refined,
  • clear and rigorous,
  • altogether empirical,
  • doubly sinister,
  • grand generic,
  • common honorary,
  • peculiar and dreadful,
  • short but fatal,
  • personal or hereditary,
  • proud and gratifying,
  • curious, sad,
  • greatest and most gratifying,
  • innate literary,
  • corresponding functional,
  • legally privileged,
  • particular imaginary,
  • nameless, indescribable,
  • broad physical,
  • highest forensic,
  • permanent and indelible,
  • general aristocratic,
  • sharp and stern,
  • parsonal,
  • popular and convenient,
  • satisfactory chemical,
  • deportmental,
  • genuine and rare,
  • shameful and odious,
  • peculiar and desirable,
  • practically effective,
  • practical systematic,
  • chief exterior,
  • quite insuperable,
  • perhaps half-conscious,
  • familiar or affectionate,
  • thorough and clear,
  • perhaps truer,
  • certain aloof,
  • substantial and vital,
  • delicately angular,
  • wide and ever-increasing,
  • childish and senseless,
  • less tardy,
  • vital legal,
  • solitary and important,
  • further reflective,
  • nice metaphysical,
  • much flattering,
  • weak and unjust,
  • slightest architectural,
  • deserving high,
  • noble and tragic,
  • somewhat transcendental,
  • racial or political,
  • odious and revolting,
  • familiar critical,
  • early academical,
  • ingenious verbal,
  • symbolic and poetic,
  • fairly clear-cut,
  • plain and important,
  • principal anatomical,
  • vital organic,
  • unparalleled social,
  • less geographical,
  • fundamental sexual,
  • common metaphysical,
  • professional or artistic,
  • such forensic,
  • curious ethical,
  • somewhat dowdy,
  • sharp dogmatic,
  • similar subtle,
  • precise and final,
  • proud and enviable,
  • valid and necessary,
  • roughly accurate,
  • curious subtle,
  • clear ethical,
  • chief botanical,
  • merely grammatical,
  • humane and proper,
  • former fine,
  • much honorable,
  • universal and fundamental,
  • great and world-wide,
  • fine and luminous,
  • old specific,
  • absurd and irrational,
  • such spatial,
  • somewhat scholastic,
  • quiet and pleasing,
  • real and logical,
  • sufficient individual,
  • certain fleeting,
  • true morphological,
  • higher local,
  • peculiar and significant,
  • prominent intellectual,
  • delicate ethical,
  • exact and certain,
  • nice theological,
  • extremely arbitrary,
  • useful german,
  • radical and important,
  • general formal,
  • sudden and wide,
  • imaginary social,
  • often inconvenient,
  • sharp social,
  • highest academical,
  • particular numerical,
  • important logical,
  • further and most important,
  • great and paramount,
  • broader public,
  • constant and characteristic,
  • rudimentary sexual,
  • peculiar and permanent,
  • precise moral,
  • secondary and incidental,
  • essential and invariable,
  • worthy and notable,
  • further professional,
  • same heraldic,
  • accurate and clear,
  • important clinical,
  • innate racial,
  • ready and certain,
  • perfect and unfailing,
  • gloomy, old-fashioned,
  • intellectual and abstract,
  • permanent and essential,
  • sufficiently sharp,
  • single philosophical,
  • highest popular,
  • mere relative,
  • external sexual,
  • political or judicial,
  • once useful,
  • peculiar and conspicuous,
  • merely honorary,
  • great collegiate,
  • apparently artificial,
  • intrinsic and eternal,
  • always due,
  • new and abiding,
  • sharp verbal,
  • real and significant,
  • particular professional,
  • merely chronological,
  • physical or animal,
  • professional and official,
  • curiously sharp,
  • such hazy,
  • serene and simple,
  • main fundamental,
  • nice and subtle,
  • indeed unique,
  • clear and conclusive,
  • admirable physical,
  • strangely fantastic,
  • harmless social,
  • clear and useful,
  • almost singular,
  • enough spiritual,
  • legislatorial,
  • delicate oriental,
  • quite infinite,
  • official and literary,
  • moral or psychological,
  • subtle but important,
  • above-noted,
  • vague personal,
  • great and well-known,
  • specific legal,
  • arbitrary social,
  • native intellectual,
  • rather refined,
  • casual, easy,
  • same dynamic,
  • psychological and biological,
  • further remarkable,
  • sweet and mournful,
  • certain cerebral,
  • great and all-important,
  • tolerably obvious,
  • unusual literary,
  • sole real,
  • great, final,
  • highest civic,
  • sufficiently plain,
  • clear and manifest,
  • rather moderate,
  • hardly conscious,
  • little aristocratic,
  • valuable and necessary,
  • little essential,
  • brutal and barbarous,
  • somewhat puzzling,
  • constant intellectual,
  • soft and graceful,
  • unique literary,
  • good and permanent,
  • partial and unjust,
  • such intrinsic,
  • permanent literary,
  • early tribal,
  • original and fundamental,
  • little flattering,
  • narrow and bigoted,
  • curiously incongruous,
  • natural and scientific,
  • high mathematical,
  • flexible black,
  • real philosophical,
  • logical and practical,
  • peculiar literary,
  • logical and metaphysical,
  • surprisingly clear,
  • own radical,
  • social or literary,
  • slightest visible,
  • low savage,
  • clear, broad,
  • unusual intellectual,
  • vague popular,
  • true and honorable,
  • slight moral,
  • considerable architectural,
  • high physical,
  • whole deep,
  • literary and professional,
  • small colonial,
  • present official,
  • absolutely vital,
  • somewhat ambitious,
  • old vicious,
  • sufficiently fine,
  • sole visible,
  • fine philosophical,
  • clear intellectual,
  • purely quantitative,
  • real poetical,
  • practically important,
  • same unmistakable,
  • important intellectual,
  • gentle, delicate,
  • fine decorative,
  • scientific and intellectual,
  • generic and specific,
  • specifical,
  • equally vital,
  • own lifelong,
  • perfectly practical,
  • chief architectural,
  • certain refined,
  • greater individual,
  • professional and political,
  • same nice,
  • literary or other,
  • clear logical,
  • simple but important,
  • keen and subtle,
  • same ethical,
  • singular personal,
  • practical and immediate,
  • altogether unique,
  • mere artificial,
  • own nice,
  • almost eternal,
  • real and essential,
  • somewhat technical,
  • official and personal,
  • somewhat superficial,
  • vital and important,
  • racial or national,
  • racial and cultural,
  • ordinary official,
  • slight natural,
  • particular literary,
  • almost indefinable,
  • same futile,
  • scientific or literary,
  • such outstanding,
  • highest legal,
  • real sexual,
  • superior social,
  • clear and satisfactory,
  • sharp and clear,
  • old and good,
  • certain bold,
  • refined and subtle,
  • rare literary,
  • less literary,
  • merely historical,
  • special literary,
  • now high,
  • such inevitable,
  • special and personal,
  • little national,
  • less absolute,
  • less social,
  • clear, hard,
  • important psychological,
  • other geographical,
  • such comparative,
  • more nice,
  • old philosophical,
  • certain boyish,
  • certain picturesque,
  • rather puzzling,
  • quite unknown,
  • great and fundamental,
  • great philosophic,
  • difficult and important,
  • clear and logical,
  • real and important,
  • separate national,
  • great and rare,
  • almost parallel,
  • moral or social,
  • old and true,
  • great psychological,
  • old biblical,
  • plain and practical,
  • same elegant,
  • considerable military,
  • almost delicate,
  • such traditional,
  • scarce perceptible,
  • tolerably clear,
  • prandial,
  • highest scientific,
  • natural and obvious,
  • such significant,
  • affectionate and grateful,
  • same absurd,
  • high ecclesiastical,
  • possible social,
  • deep natural,
  • traditionally dear,
  • instinctively diplomatic,
  • delicate and ridiculous,
  • primitive and probably unjustified,
  • out-of-date and invidious,
  • quite out-of-date and invidious,
  • quite out-of-date,
  • former civic,
  • extraordinary or overweening,
  • subtle, theological,
  • idle and puzzling,
  • frequent emphatic,
  • exterior and most obvious,
  • vague and unwarrantable,
  • subtle syntactic,
  • lazy and slight,
  • indestructible racial,
  • frequently superior,
  • markedly ethnographical,
  • additional amazing,
  • strict electrical,
  • essential or functional,
  • narrow and perishable,
  • artificial and perfectly safe,
  • excellent and nice,
  • broad, twofold,
  • notable and unique,
  • chief broad,
  • misleading old,
  • grave and yet alert,
  • strictly phenomenal,
  • pictorial and architectural,
  • usual invidious,
  • least, ordinal,
  • perfectly natural and equitable,
  • sole advantageous,
  • fashionable and personal,
  • honorable but dangerous,
  • metaphysical or grammatical,
  • proper accurate,
  • once valid and necessary,
  • once valid,
  • proper and nice,
  • similar typographical,
  • indisputable and all-important,
  • greatest and most unprecedented,
  • grotesque luminous,
  • ready-made social,
  • surely native,
  • always enviable,
  • indeed visible,
  • wholly civic and legal,
  • but mystical,
  • considerable academical,
  • broad, visible,
  • regular god-given,
  • fundamental or diagnostic,
  • commonplace but important,
  • valid and sane,
  • subtle but very far-reaching,
  • rare and indeed unique,
  • mere jesuitical,
  • broad, primary,
  • sufficiently plain and practical,
  • tallest political,
  • immediate and exalted,
  • broad and invariable,
  • serviceable specific,
  • reliable sectional,
  • equally ethical,
  • graver and quite insuperable,
  • necessary or essential,
  • real ethnographical,
  • empty or merely honorary,
  • unobtrusive, native,
  • natural and priceless,
  • fastidious or pedantic,
  • radical and conspicuous,
  • temporary, practical,
  • honorable or disreputable,
  • metaphysiological,
  • clear metaphysiological,
  • clear threefold,
  • dandy physical,
  • assembly unique,
  • sublime and highly exalted,
  • explicit and scientific,
  • real mineralogical,
  • intrinsic or permanent,
  • broad and insuperable,
  • intrinsic and substantial,
  • unduly broad,
  • speedy political,
  • delicate and most true,
  • perfectly proper and important,
  • additional and unmistakable,
  • real and immutable,
  • inadequate logical,
  • intrinsic virtual,
  • constant primary,
  • especially conspicuous and significant,
  • broad ever-present,
  • infinite needless,
  • flattering and unusual,
  • recondite personal,
  • intangible racial,
  • immediate and external,
  • sufficiently futile,
  • modern hypothetical,
  • social, professional or political,
  • singular and almost invariable,
  • nice and fine,
  • complete and natural,
  • subtle but true,
  • satisfactory and useful,
  • sharp racial,
  • purely virtual,
  • moral and subjective,
  • numerical or individual,
  • adequate real,
  • major real,
  • logical or mental,
  • minor real,
  • common scholastic,
  • familiar ethical,
  • once innate,
  • nice and true,
  • much academical,
  • comprehensive systematic,
  • sharp specific,
  • highest senatorial,
  • quite classic,
  • continuous and solid,
  • high and gratifying,
  • fine zoological,
  • unerring social,
  • remarkable statistical,
  • definite and fundamental,
  • customary sharp,
  • absolute or real,
  • exquisite and characteristic,
  • powerful and irreconcilable,
  • commercial, industrial,
  • indefinite and indefinable,
  • sole and complete,
  • broad and palpable,
  • accurate and consistent,
  • high academical,
  • solitary and barren,
  • rare and odd,
  • curiously artificial,
  • remarkable sexual,
  • profound and real,
  • visible ecclesiastical,
  • false and harmful,
  • important and obvious,
  • adequate logical,
  • true or natural,
  • especially conspicuous,
  • cognominal,
  • subtle, vague,
  • great subjective,
  • authentic personal,
  • proper and important,
  • important and momentous,
  • professional or political,
  • legal or ethical,
  • calm and high,
  • wicked and shameful,
  • certain incomprehensible,
  • ever sharper,
  • subtle metaphysical,
  • rather unintelligible,
  • certain uncouth,
  • abstruse theological,
  • fundamental and important,
  • absurd and pernicious,
  • certain unfamiliar,
  • essential and eternal,
  • great and characteristic,
  • fundamental scientific,
  • apparently important,
  • good logical,
  • trinal,
  • rather clear,
  • grand cardinal,
  • rather unconventional,
  • highly exalted,
  • grand and important,
  • merely imaginary,
  • merely relative,
  • important physiological,
  • real psychological,
  • merely professional,
  • great and manifest,
  • more unmistakable,
  • old papal,
  • merely theoretical,
  • chief personal,
  • real and deep,
  • such immortal,
  • peculiar moral,
  • regular and constant,
  • important physical,
  • social or religious,
  • immensely important,
  • highest conceivable,
  • such professional,
  • civil and social,
  • much sharper,
  • high personal,
  • great, broad,
  • old theological,
  • varietal,
  • such fundamental,
  • supremely important,
  • tacit, common-sense,
  • archaic theoretical,
  • subtle semantic,
  • grandest social,
  • radical universal,
  • scientific and naval,
  • altogether groundless,
  • former greater,
  • other titular,
  • vizierial,
  • real and formal,
  • proud historical,
  • notable intellectual,
  • average feminine,
  • immutable, eternal,
  • same invidious,
  • social or sexual,
  • clear and important,
  • less enviable,
  • such trustworthy,
  • highest french,
  • quiet, aristocratic,
  • individual economic,
  • apparently clear,
  • great and prominent,
  • consequent social,
  • logical and psychological,
  • high academic,
  • slight social,
  • individual political,
  • fine legal,
  • certain fascinating,
  • extraordinary public,
  • great and obvious,
  • certain haughty,
  • other eternal,
  • clearer and clearer,
  • immense human,
  • important philosophical,
  • fine political,
  • real important,
  • sufficient personal,
  • high and true,
  • own intelligent,
  • strong and peculiar,
  • somewhat sharp,
  • purely verbal,
  • almost absurd,
  • more enviable,
  • remarkable personal,
  • greater intellectual,
  • rather questionable,
  • less intellectual,
  • still harder,
  • purely artificial,
  • important practical,
  • greatest social,
  • cruel and unjust,
  • purely arbitrary,
  • real social,
  • typographic,
  • such scientific,
  • political and literary,
  • fine-drawn,
  • religious, social or sexual,
  • pompous and precise,
  • special typographic,
  • small honorary,
  • sharp metaphysical,
  • altogether groundless and absurd,
  • absolute psychical,
  • accurate or logical,
  • royal and vizierial,
  • invidious traditional,
  • glorious and permanent,
  • real or enviable,
  • trifling theological,
  • fundamental such,
  • fascinating internal,
  • broader general,
  • unsubtle legal,
  • permanent and professional,
  • popular and even legal,
  • advantageous and honorable,
  • obvious and flattering,
  • subtle and truer,
  • exhaustive or practically useful,
  • specific or formal,
  • invaluable physical,
  • sometimes subtle,
  • sufficiently strict,
  • great academic,
  • somewhat subtle,
  • real and sensible,
  • evident mental,
  • less invidious,
  • quite dramatic,
  • broad moral,
  • true individual,
  • such invidious,
  • high and peculiar,
  • clear and deep,
  • such enviable,
  • essential and fundamental,
  • vain and useless,
  • seemingly minor,
  • practically useful,
  • certain aristocratic,
  • peculiar personal,
  • such honorable,
  • mere arbitrary,
  • military or political,
  • certain broad,
  • perfectly proper,
  • such broad,
  • self-congratulatory,
  • highest social,
  • other, sufficient,
  • new or unfamiliar,
  • formal and technical,
  • own parliamentary,
  • moral or mental,
  • outward physical,
  • characteristical,
  • somewhat analogous,
  • real intellectual,
  • considerable literary,
  • real mental,
  • sufficiently clear,
  • other critical,
  • highest literary,
  • broad general,
  • much local,
  • mere social,
  • such uncommon,
  • true and real,
  • moot,
  • imaginary and human,
  • broad, moral,
  • broad classificatory,
  • inadequate real,
  • mental or logical,
  • local or racial,
  • difficult but key,
  • more, careful,
  • singularly wonderful,
  • improper and dangerous,
  • sectarial,
  • subtle social,
  • high professional,
  • great professional,
  • real literary,
  • therefore less,
  • much social,
  • preferred less,
  • rough practical,
  • same alarming,
  • such constitutional,
  • same singular,
  • classificatory,
  • highest military,
  • high literary,
  • such clear,
  • enviable or unenviable,
  • shadowy but rare,
  • romantic and barbarous,
  • absolute real,
  • strict psychological,
  • purely honorary,
  • beautiful and singular,
  • old vulgar,
  • great characteristic,
  • rather subtle,
  • best and highest,
  • such sharp,
  • real and eternal,
  • final and absolute,
  • more honorable,
  • such moral,
  • real logical,
  • more perceptible,
  • clearest possible,
  • merely verbal,
  • high official,
  • more radical,
  • great and fine,
  • high and honorable,
  • broad and clear,
  • permanent public,
  • high intellectual,
  • certain quiet,
  • rather academic,
  • national or international,
  • unique and world-wide,
  • physical and intellectual,
  • modal,
  • great personal,
  • purely logical,
  • great social,
  • titular,
  • qualitative,
  • imperishable,
  • academical,
  • threefold,
  • generic,
  • racial,
  • unenviable,
  • honorary,
  • flattering,
  • dubious,
  • enviable,
  • radical,
  • logical,
  • invidious,
  • unique,
  • honorable,
  • subtle,
  • fundamental,
  • essential,
  • literary,
  • highest,
  • sharp,
  • clear,
  • important,
  • social.
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