Enter your text below to find synonyms and click here

What is another word for standards?

147 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[stˈandədz], [stˈandədz], [s_t_ˈa_n_d_ə_d_z]
Loading...

Synonyms for Standards:

posts (noun) prototypes (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Quotes for Standards:

  1. We must seek to persuade member states and institutions that better regulation in Europe does not mean cutting health and safety in the workplace, nor does it mean dismantling social standards John Hutton.
  2. When I first started playing in a band, before the Beatles, working bands played standards and they saved their rock material til the end of the night when they were really stretched out. It could be pretty lame. Wayne Kramer.
  3. Today, being the biggest developing countries in the world, China and India are both committed to developing their economy and raising their people's living standards Li Peng.

Idioms of Standards:

  1. come up to standards
  2. come up to sm's standards

Adjectives for Standards:

  • degenerate moral,
  • ourmoral,
  • reasonable nutritional,
  • unusu\-ally tidy,
  • common humanitarian,
  • international or historical,
  • fake european,
  • personal, twentieth-century,
  • proper and intellectual,
  • practised european,
  • ritanical professional,
  • narrow, political,
  • optometrical,
  • modern optometrical,
  • low journalistic,
  • modernoptometrical,
  • sophisticated evolutionary,
  • awesomely high,
  • current, decadent,
  • nit-picky little,
  • exacting naval,
  • stuffy white,
  • apply exacting,
  • inadequate moral,
  • often makeshift,
  • provincial and often makeshift,
  • italian working-class,
  • interplanetary lead,
  • astronomical evolutionary,
  • dark, dismaying,
  • practically forensic,
  • superb, other,
  • phenomenally peculiar,
  • structural and aesthetic,
  • western nutritional,
  • usual unattainable,
  • customary but inadequate,
  • inscrutable, unknowable,
  • high and very rigid,
  • minimum cognitive,
  • perpetually starstruck,
  • hierarchical paradigmatic,
  • usually chaotic,
  • traditional, dismal,
  • professonal,
  • yellow, proud,
  • denominational and international,
  • inflexible and spiritual,
  • individual different,
  • universal and interior,
  • highest and most modern,
  • lax spiritual,
  • sane and holistic,
  • apply professional,
  • fair, competitive,
  • invisible but final,
  • unwittingly false,
  • stricter protective,
  • particular paranoid,
  • seemingly internal,
  • lofty democratic,
  • lunar one-sixth,
  • usual superlative,
  • excruciatingly high,
  • super\-ficial,
  • impoverished moral,
  • traditionally high,
  • high, impossible,
  • own looser,
  • eternal simple,
  • front-line operational,
  • late abysmal,
  • basic imperial,
  • scientifically knowledgeable,
  • relatively lawless,
  • least regimental,
  • high and immutable,
  • other holistic,
  • general, professional,
  • seemingly technical,
  • high journalistic,
  • victorian literary,
  • yellow royal,
  • apply normal,
  • international judicial,
  • exacting moral,
  • excessively rigid,
  • simple, uncluttered,
  • sometimes generous,
  • high disciplinary,
  • social-register,
  • admittedly meager,
  • normal aesthetic,
  • humane modern,
  • colored royal,
  • current physiological,
  • especial moral,
  • previous conventional,
  • galactic commercial,
  • celtic traditional,
  • perceptible moral,
  • loose human,
  • old-fashioned moral,
  • regular regimental,
  • lower medical,
  • normal literary,
  • high, wrought-iron,
  • similarly hard,
  • notably high,
  • new, strict,
  • several incompatible,
  • own lax,
  • fair, silken,
  • derthal,
  • conventional middle-class,
  • own paranoid,
  • meaningless old,
  • identical high,
  • unusually tidy,
  • corrupt moral,
  • usual exceptional,
  • own stringent,
  • soft-rock,
  • always flattering,
  • fourth and higher,
  • high-production,
  • academic and athletic,
  • normal hospital,
  • strict naval,
  • ter\-restrial,
  • sophisticated literary,
  • global human,
  • conventional heroic,
  • customary moral,
  • proper disciplinary,
  • maybe high,
  • plain, heroic,
  • several regimental,
  • own rigorous,
  • poor, petty,
  • same exacting,
  • high, generous,
  • tall, wrought-iron,
  • own subterranean,
  • usual scrupulous,
  • ethical or social,
  • large, antique,
  • \-local,
  • usual superb,
  • practical and ethical,
  • present higher,
  • soviet political,
  • capital,
  • usual impeccable,
  • gwerbretal,
  • strictest legal,
  • certain ancestral,
  • own deceitful,
  • such high-minded,
  • such flexible,
  • fairly rigid,
  • somewhat elementary,
  • disgruntled former,
  • national moral,
  • so-called enlightened,
  • fine ethical,
  • solomon-like,
  • rather lax,
  • confederal,
  • own refined,
  • old prewar,
  • often personal,
  • highest aesthetic,
  • rigid and inflexible,
  • highest critical,
  • ethical and legal,
  • human moral,
  • own dumb,
  • low, graceful,
  • own self-imposed,
  • inordinately high,
  • rational moral,
  • steroidal,
  • general aesthetic,
  • somewhat naive,
  • easy, simple,
  • early twenty-first-century,
  • mperial,
  • traditional western,
  • different scientific,
  • ever-higher,
  • cruel, hard,
  • different internal,
  • awfully high,
  • essential moral,
  • somewhat lax,
  • somewhat quaint,
  • same professional,
  • previous high,
  • nearly absolute,
  • original physical,
  • usual brilliant,
  • own rotten,
  • fundamental moral,
  • certain ultimate,
  • current military,
  • common moral,
  • certain unambiguous,
  • possibly juvenile,
  • jaded big-city,
  • long, partial or multiple,
  • reasonable sexual,
  • tri\-bal,
  • stark hexagonal,
  • probable sanitary,
  • highest culinary,
  • hopelessly high,
  • lowest educational,
  • admittedly lackadaisical,
  • lustrous ethical,
  • bland, conventional,
  • narrow, stainless,
  • apply civilian,
  • abstruse human,
  • false single,
  • formal secretarial,
  • small but highly patriotic,
  • meticulous physiological,
  • exacting identical,
  • low, conventional,
  • severe or classic,
  • man-made moral,
  • forth social,
  • small, puritanical,
  • impossibly ethereal,
  • seventy-eight military,
  • apply exact and accurate,
  • stupid, masculine,
  • absolute classical,
  • occidental moral,
  • absolute, moral,
  • classic and alien,
  • material quantitative,
  • male moral,
  • civilian moral,
  • lowest and vaguest,
  • economic and eugenic,
  • social and not individual,
  • effective and consistent,
  • disputable literary,
  • false and small,
  • false germanic,
  • classical and everlasting,
  • modern and legal,
  • permanent astronomical,
  • traditional and lofty,
  • local moral,
  • mental or medical,
  • double ethical,
  • tentative dietary,
  • lofty and definite,
  • apply aesthetic,
  • ideal or reflective,
  • better, commercial,
  • experimental moral,
  • older, easier,
  • baleful artificial,
  • rigidly single,
  • trivial false,
  • prevalent ethical,
  • lofty and rather romantic,
  • private and unexamined,
  • entirely private and unexamined,
  • martial stricter,
  • negative moral,
  • private and negative,
  • present-day ethical,
  • unstable, ever-changing,
  • indoor, artificial,
  • incorrect general,
  • still newer and lower,
  • highest elizabethan,
  • numerical bacterial,
  • current unsatisfactory,
  • conventional or even ethical,
  • dogmatic or liberal,
  • decidedly higher and better,
  • fast classical,
  • hard and fast classical,
  • best selected,
  • lean eighth,
  • temporary spineless,
  • preposterously artificial,
  • impersonal, impartial,
  • fierce, little-town,
  • usual and intelligible,
  • progressive, altruistic,
  • otherwise erroneous,
  • possibly intermediate,
  • apply grown-up,
  • apply superficial,
  • unnecessary stringent,
  • vague relative,
  • ethical and not theological,
  • variable artistic,
  • hardly practicable,
  • ideal but hardly practicable,
  • partly rational,
  • portugal, royal,
  • + legal,
  • strictest evidential,
  • elementary higher,
  • tentative and transient,
  • apply impossible,
  • international serial,
  • mundane utilitarian,
  • long-term archival,
  • far-off and intricate,
  • high, minimum,
  • reliable, permanent,
  • apply unchanging,
  • partial or multiple,
  • sharply individualized,
  • rigid, absolute,
  • professional clinical,
  • high, local,
  • certain qualitative,
  • puny european,
  • trivial and degrading,
  • apply wrong,
  • popular critical,
  • uncompromising social,
  • old monetary,
  • still satisfactory,
  • former moral,
  • ethical or cultural,
  • average educational,
  • general minimum,
  • kindred higher,
  • petty masculine,
  • insistent new,
  • questionable ethical,
  • educational and ethical,
  • exacting paternal,
  • proper secondary,
  • cultural and utilitarian,
  • vulgar and superficial,
  • reasonable educational,
  • rigid educational,
  • unimaginative and hard-working,
  • own newer,
  • newer and lower,
  • wrong, certain,
  • commercial and cosmopolitan,
  • obvious and active,
  • high regimental,
  • supply definite,
  • better nutritional,
  • high editorial,
  • narrow classical,
  • false but honest,
  • apply exact,
  • private ethical,
  • sufficiently authoritative,
  • modern territorial,
  • contemporary moral,
  • adequate minimum,
  • stricter financial,
  • sole artistic,
  • exacting poetic,
  • simple honorable,
  • current conventional,
  • higher sanitary,
  • personal or intellectual,
  • higher permanent,
  • narrow, mercenary,
  • necessarily lower,
  • strictest modern,
  • silly superficial,
  • diverse legal,
  • different conventional,
  • doctrinal and devotional,
  • many and opposite,
  • high uncompromising,
  • reasonable ethical,
  • own deviant,
  • overly rigorous,
  • unexpectedly different,
  • best and most essential,
  • temporary and fictitious,
  • lower literary,
  • orange and magenta,
  • more rationalized,
  • largely fanciful,
  • scholastic and professional,
  • hitherto excellent,
  • common selfish,
  • abstract universal,
  • old doctrinal,
  • conventional scientific,
  • bacterial,
  • low ethical,
  • cultural,
  • sole authoritative,
  • decidedly easy,
  • subjective and emotional,
  • severest classical,
  • lower ethical,
  • little-town,
  • few ideal,
  • victorious royal,
  • imply similar,
  • norwegian royal,
  • lax modern,
  • quaint double,
  • french regimental,
  • human aesthetic,
  • vague and instinctive,
  • conventional economic,
  • absolute ethical,
  • high and honest,
  • hard common-sense,
  • austrian and british,
  • gentle, inflexible,
  • positive ethical,
  • similar ethical,
  • moral and judicial,
  • valid social,
  • burmese royal,
  • later ethical,
  • european parliamentary,
  • economic or moral,
  • simply artistic,
  • notoriously low,
  • already well-established,
  • moral and technical,
  • original, authentic,
  • personal or human,
  • personal ethical,
  • moral or artistic,
  • decadent modern,
  • other static,
  • own well-established,
  • ordinary scholastic,
  • rigid and narrow,
  • tall electric,
  • different common,
  • modern and medieval,
  • later royal,
  • apply human,
  • rather puritanical,
  • enough original,
  • same victorian,
  • necessary educational,
  • immense royal,
  • spare and simple,
  • perfect chinese,
  • constantly higher,
  • own undeveloped,
  • universal abstract,
  • purely private and personal,
  • mere sectional,
  • original and personal,
  • uncompromising moral,
  • rude white,
  • modern biographical,
  • true normal,
  • high and special,
  • rigidly conventional,
  • best journalistic,
  • highest cultural,
  • same common-sense,
  • strict ecclesiastical,
  • economic and ethical,
  • strict classical,
  • consistently high,
  • own impeccable,
  • extremely various,
  • conventional european,
  • acceptable social,
  • necessarily high,
  • own immutable,
  • such matrimonial,
  • false moral,
  • new monetary,
  • severe and rigorous,
  • low economic,
  • moral and esthetic,
  • poor provincial,
  • highest modern,
  • present monetary,
  • older spanish,
  • earliest royal,
  • own sophisticated,
  • highest technical,
  • defective moral,
  • queer high,
  • western economic,
  • higher commercial,
  • safe and wholesome,
  • mental, moral and spiritual,
  • altogether fresh,
  • certain complacent,
  • prerational,
  • better educational,
  • many ferocious,
  • british and austrian,
  • own vaunted,
  • old critical,
  • british provincial,
  • severely classical,
  • own athletic,
  • ordinary theatrical,
  • decidedly higher,
  • old ethical,
  • narrow social,
  • basic moral,
  • exact and accurate,
  • industrial and moral,
  • false social,
  • chinese and western,
  • secret human,
  • also definite,
  • several formal,
  • normal operational,
  • old terrestrial,
  • higher technical,
  • imperfect moral,
  • new and cheap,
  • majestic white,
  • natural moral,
  • present spanish,
  • quite arbitrary,
  • same modern,
  • real imperial,
  • merely utilitarian,
  • metrological,
  • permanent moral,
  • few exotic,
  • strictest military,
  • high physical,
  • average moral,
  • actual and practical,
  • own reasonable,
  • strange moral,
  • eternal and unchanging,
  • obviously different,
  • old, tattered,
  • down false,
  • own editorial,
  • low and degrading,
  • strange, low,
  • such academic,
  • best and most efficient,
  • modern practical,
  • ever finer,
  • old rigid,
  • actual moral,
  • slight wooden,
  • own marital,
  • certain normal,
  • moral or immoral,
  • ordinary historical,
  • correspondingly high,
  • modern sanitary,
  • present moral,
  • similar low,
  • current physical,
  • certain minimal,
  • inferior social,
  • correct moral,
  • own negative,
  • ancient high,
  • same ethical,
  • sometimes different,
  • also personal,
  • literary and philosophic,
  • sun-dial,
  • stern moral,
  • literary and intellectual,
  • new and finer,
  • more ethical,
  • japanese imperial,
  • moral and artistic,
  • wholly false,
  • strict moral,
  • previous human,
  • modern ethical,
  • savage and civilized,
  • spanish royal,
  • artificial social,
  • same artificial,
  • contemporary literary,
  • individual moral,
  • new ethical,
  • proper moral,
  • older and simpler,
  • best ancient,
  • possible moral,
  • french imperial,
  • entirely private,
  • same unerring,
  • ordinary civilian,
  • ordinary literary,
  • miserable human,
  • new critical,
  • better moral,
  • true, noble,
  • own artificial,
  • somewhat contradictory,
  • higher artistic,
  • old spiritual,
  • more petty,
  • religious and ecclesiastical,
  • somewhat rigid,
  • ordinary mechanical,
  • rather romantic,
  • strictly commercial,
  • absolute and relative,
  • old athenian,
  • old mechanical,
  • higher literary,
  • own strict,
  • high and difficult,
  • various common,
  • simple, ordinary,
  • present royal,
  • false and foolish,
  • certain sexual,
  • glorious white,
  • own necessary,
  • tattered red,
  • little paltry,
  • final and absolute,
  • stern, uncompromising,
  • best western,
  • medieval and modern,
  • good technical,
  • european military,
  • old moral,
  • new parliamentary,
  • lower social,
  • such rigorous,
  • mere subjective,
  • social and legal,
  • own economic,
  • same severe,
  • puny human,
  • british royal,
  • normal and healthy,
  • enforceable,
  • less artificial,
  • usual social,
  • little royal,
  • literary and dramatic,
  • other decent,
  • present british,
  • moral and aesthetic,
  • once fair,
  • several red,
  • same critical,
  • common social,
  • merely mortal,
  • personal and individual,
  • also general,
  • new mechanical,
  • economic and industrial,
  • best moral,
  • still newer,
  • excruciatingly exacting,
  • second-rate educational,
  • sexual double,
  • apply artistic,
  • puritanical professional,
  • countless barbaric,
  • tattered and sullen,
  • odd galactic,
  • previous galactic,
  • mnoral,
  • sometimes parochial,
  • generally affluent,
  • definite, sane,
  • spiritually religious,
  • ethical and spiritually religious,
  • scarce and monetary,
  • intellectual and humane,
  • academic and classic,
  • legal double,
  • conscientious inner,
  • equally childlike and undeveloped,
  • ignorant and rigid,
  • highest sanitary,
  • other metric,
  • consistent metallic,
  • considerably high,
  • shoddy commercial,
  • unusually austere,
  • highest and severest,
  • perfunctory, conventional,
  • moral double,
  • empirically certain,
  • bold, brutal,
  • european professional,
  • current rhetorical,
  • equally childlike,
  • incredibly false,
  • diverse cultural,
  • strange and narrow,
  • primitive legal,
  • more high-powered,
  • rather unrealistic,
  • austrian and swiss,
  • practically double,
  • merely reasonable,
  • official or personal,
  • high scholastic,
  • postsurgical,
  • modern sensational,
  • plain and definite,
  • canadian general,
  • interstellar military,
  • esthetic and moral,
  • free-world,
  • apply different,
  • selfish human,
  • ordinary critical,
  • thy tall,
  • artistic or intellectual,
  • rather exalted,
  • less traditional,
  • tall crimson,
  • new and lofty,
  • philosophical or scientific,
  • own old-fashioned,
  • former physical,
  • so-called universal,
  • old and obsolete,
  • various intellectual,
  • own lifelong,
  • mercatorial,
  • absolute social,
  • healthy normal,
  • such arduous,
  • ordinary moral,
  • personal moral,
  • own sordid,
  • old economic,
  • many turkish,
  • higher military,
  • different military,
  • human physical,
  • professional military,
  • definite moral,
  • own arbitrary,
  • highest ethical,
  • own traditional,
  • strict scientific,
  • high professional,
  • ordinary modern,
  • strict religious,
  • strict military,
  • quite perfect,
  • markedly different,
  • educational and social,
  • social and educational,
  • same weird,
  • earth-normal,
  • former imperial,
  • new and difficult,
  • such imperfect,
  • present high,
  • idle temporal,
  • rigid, implacable,
  • normal or reasonable,
  • sexist double,
  • external, alien,
  • childishly honest,
  • breathtakingly high,
  • utilitarian, democratic,
  • so-called dietary,
  • customary and metric,
  • conventional, proximate,
  • false or ill-understood,
  • sanitary and bacteriological,
  • antiseptic modern,
  • officially egalitarian,
  • seventy-two military,
  • great hierarchal,
  • conventional ethical,
  • turkish imperial,
  • narrow, feminine,
  • general bursarial,
  • absolutely peculiar,
  • rigid external,
  • totally disparate,
  • easy moral,
  • bursarial,
  • various ideal,
  • apply high,
  • own morose,
  • moral, social and intellectual,
  • partial or limited,
  • same doctrinal,
  • present ethical,
  • true monastic,
  • high theological,
  • apply moral,
  • prevalent moral,
  • appropriate moral,
  • usual imperial,
  • severe critical,
  • traditional moral,
  • strict grammatical,
  • different ethical,
  • galactic medical,
  • supposedly civilized,
  • conventional literary,
  • such exacting,
  • higher, better,
  • severe moral,
  • correct social,
  • rather exacting,
  • early industrial,
  • new global,
  • higher ethical,
  • own democratic,
  • certain rigid,
  • highest professional,
  • moral or ethical,
  • practical human,
  • certain ethical,
  • ethical and social,
  • superior moral,
  • old false,
  • also different,
  • urinal,
  • certain arbitrary,
  • purely professional,
  • such ideal,
  • high personal,
  • lofty moral,
  • somewhat primitive,
  • less critical,
  • highest literary,
  • ill-understood,
  • exceptionally high,
  • true moral,
  • present social,
  • more questionable,
  • good moral,
  • best human,
  • many military,
  • other and higher,
  • moral and material,
  • entirely distinct,
  • punishingly high,
  • old-fashioned arbitrary,
  • pitiful local,
  • academic and occupational,
  • current inflated,
  • former monetary,
  • academic and conventional,
  • increasingly strict,
  • open legal,
  • admittedly low,
  • many behavioral,
  • moral, religious and political,
  • current low,
  • higher academic,
  • seventeenth-century german,
  • loose moral,
  • new, higher,
  • high educational,
  • own fastidious,
  • linguistic and cultural,
  • common cultural,
  • new and ever new,
  • absolute spiritual,
  • almost prohibitive,
  • own ethical,
  • intergal,
  • certain ideal,
  • several green,
  • such polite,
  • high national,
  • absolute minimum,
  • un-american,
  • fast robotic,
  • purely philosophic and aesthetic,
  • admittedly rigorous,
  • usual exacting,
  • architectural graphic,
  • often typical,
  • valuable monumental,
  • reliable archival,
  • professional musical,
  • lower educational,
  • acceptable professional,
  • cultural and material,
  • philosophic and aesthetic,
  • purely philosophic,
  • higher, finer,
  • equal moral,
  • over-individual,
  • many green,
  • ever higher,
  • bacteriological,
  • ingly exacting,
  • extremely expansive,
  • more permissive,
  • rigid physical,
  • own impossible,
  • somewhat elastic,
  • large and general,
  • current social,
  • permissive,
  • somewhat higher,
  • utterly different,
  • emblematical,
  • much simpler,
  • notoriously liberal,
  • inconveniently high,
  • own exacting,
  • current moral,
  • high technical,
  • simple and unsophisticated,
  • purely aesthetic,
  • more exacting,
  • more rigorous,
  • archival,
  • biotech,
  • presumably exacting,
  • rigorous and exacting,
  • apply modern,
  • different and peculiar,
  • high academic,
  • different moral,
  • high artistic,
  • highest moral,
  • purely local,
  • metric,
  • rampant, explosive,
  • national antislavery,
  • conventional moral,
  • lower moral,
  • ethical and moral,
  • less exacting,
  • lesser-known,
  • regular military,
  • land-based,
  • certain moral,
  • easy-to-read galactic,
  • victorian upper-class,
  • new and higher,
  • social and moral,
  • moral and social,
  • behavioral,
  • relevant international,
  • terrestrial earth-moving,
  • earth-moving,
  • high literary,
  • hard-edged, high-tech,
  • normal commercial,
  • hard-edged,
  • prewar,
  • international regulatory,
  • regulatory,
  • moral and ethical,
  • own moral,
  • higher moral,
  • own low,
  • new moral,
  • low moral,
  • certain minimum,
  • dietary,
  • normal human,
  • national anti-slavery,
  • high ethical,
  • stricter,
  • moral and intellectual,
  • such high,
  • usual high,
  • monetary,
  • same high,
  • own high,
  • regimental,
  • doctrinal,
  • present-day,
  • rigorous,
  • high moral,
  • educational,
  • galactic,
  • conventional,
  • exacting,
  • minimum,
  • highest,
  • ethical,
  • higher,
  • moral,
  • human.
X