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What is another word for statute?

195 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[stˈat͡ʃuːt], [stˈat‍ʃuːt], [s_t_ˈa_tʃ_uː_t]
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Synonyms for Statute:

legality (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Statute:

  • satalite,
  • attutde,
  • stattes,
  • statrter,
  • styate,
  • stateded,
  • lattitute,
  • staturtary,
  • statemtn,
  • stuttle,
  • statuatory,
  • satate,
  • staetd,
  • stuten,
  • sitauated,
  • staarted,
  • stutated,
  • situateted,
  • starte3d,
  • statd,
  • satete,
  • tasteted,
  • satutes,
  • statuday,
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  • sttitude,
  • statatus,
  • statist,
  • attatude,
  • studythat,
  • stayted,
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  • statte,
  • attutide,
  • atatude,
  • starttle,
  • wstated,
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  • staturday,
  • startede,
  • latitute,
  • statemtne,
  • attitute,
  • statemate,
  • staerted,
  • statum,
  • saturted,
  • stateshe,
  • distitute,
  • istitute,
  • atutide,
  • startsto,
  • sustitute,
  • sustitue,
  • situted,
  • statedt,
  • staturtory,
  • sturctutre,
  • sattlite,
  • sttated,
  • atitute,
  • satuated,
  • statets,
  • strteet,
  • statuds,
  • serbatude,
  • statuete,
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  • starteda,
  • statedto,
  • sttate,
  • studyguide,
  • sattilite,
  • stateted,
  • staute,
  • stat3ed,
  • statutues,
  • statet,
  • hesitatate,
  • sattalite,
  • statust,
  • statage,
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  • sitatuon,
  • statrt,
  • statwide,
  • statut,
  • destituet,
  • stattic,
  • statuets,
  • statutus,
  • stattues,
  • stayout,
  • servatute,
  • statutue,
  • adatude,
  • statated,
  • situatated,
  • startde,
  • subtitute,
  • statae,
  • fortatude,
  • sttarted,
  • fortitute,
  • studty,
  • statuer,
  • sitauted,
  • statuts,
  • stative,
  • staated,
  • stabet,
  • attuitde,
  • statuet,
  • statede,
  • statge,
  • addatude,
  • attiudte,
  • statutoru,
  • statewd,
  • seatmate,
  • attuidute,
  • satated,
  • attatuide,
  • sstarted,
  • satatue,
  • stardet,
  • stardted,
  • stutured,
  • staeted,
  • statdium,
  • statagey,
  • stuatue,
  • statye,
  • stacato,
  • statagie,
  • startted,
  • sutuated,
  • adattude,
  • satalitte,
  • sittuated,
  • situatted,
  • startto,
  • solitutde,
  • statutaory,
  • stauton,
  • attutued,
  • postotute,
  • statde,
  • statted,
  • startint,
  • stratety,
  • statitic,
  • situatiated,
  • statua,
  • stafity,
  • adatuide,
  • tortute,
  • stqarted,
  • stutue,
  • startead,
  • staited,
  • statded,
  • ststue,
  • satutoty,
  • stagitti,
  • staate,
  • certatude,
  • stategie,
  • destitutely,
  • statemt,
  • startedw,
  • staqte,
  • nstitute,
  • startet,
  • stataed,
  • rotatate,
  • stacatto,
  • statitury,
  • stouted,
  • situte,
  • sataltite,
  • statitory,
  • stategey,
  • statutiry,
  • situatuated,
  • situatiton,
  • statidum,
  • statetd,
  • statud,
  • sytarted,
  • statint,
  • subatiute,
  • attidute,
  • statedi,
  • statuate,
  • costitute,
  • statur,
  • satute,
  • stattus,
  • subtitue,
  • statmetn,
  • statuse,
  • ststae,
  • stateed,
  • statterd,
  • citystate,
  • hestatite,
  • satitites,
  • staturate,
  • satutday,
  • situatiued,
  • situeted,
  • siutatueed,
  • statdard,
  • starte'd,
  • startuld,
  • startit,
  • statdd,
  • statinot,
  • statrure,
  • statured,
  • sdteutn,
  • stoute,
  • statfied,
  • stdreet,
  • stduetn,
  • stuttgat,
  • sbiutute.

Quotes for Statute:

  1. By placing discretion in the hands of an official to grant or deny a license, such a statute creates a threat of censorship that by its very existence chills free speech. Harry A. Blackmun.
  2. We've had public hearings. We've had interim reports, which our statute has encouraged us to provide to the public. We have brought the public along with us, trying to make as much available as possible over time. Richard Ben-Veniste.
  3. Well, our statute provides us with authority to conduct a very broad inquiry basically to provide an investigation of 9/11 that's thorough, complete and will withstand the scrutiny of history. Richard Ben-Veniste.

Adjectives for Statute:

  • palpably unconstitutional,
  • ordinary contractual,
  • single penal,
  • new explanatory,
  • purely penal,
  • imperial criminal,
  • certain annoying,
  • constitutional,
  • federal criminal,
  • old liberal,
  • purely conventional,
  • positional,
  • many british,
  • such unnatural,
  • contractual,
  • young female,
  • more moderate,
  • little-known,
  • more effective,
  • two-story,
  • biblical,
  • interstellar,
  • judicial,
  • annoying,
  • moderate,
  • conventional,
  • exact,
  • wrong,
  • mad,
  • dreadful,
  • female,
  • solid,
  • so-called,
  • immense,
  • illegal and aggressive,
  • general or basic,
  • drastic anti-trust,
  • objectionable and unconstitutional,
  • highly objectionable and unconstitutional,
  • earliest sociological,
  • specific unconstitutional,
  • durable or general,
  • new and lenient,
  • curious and miscellaneous,
  • vague but peremptory,
  • tyrannical and unnatural,
  • synodial,
  • regular, stygian,
  • memorable british,
  • comprehensive federal,
  • antique equestrian,
  • present consular,
  • clear and equitable,
  • clearly valid,
  • laborious and comprehensive,
  • significant international,
  • tyrannical and iniquitous,
  • infamous and unconstitutional,
  • beautiful equestrian,
  • applicable federal,
  • imperial or colonial,
  • reasonable general,
  • minor ecclesiastical,
  • savage, ancient,
  • true constructive,
  • wicked and hateful,
  • former penal,
  • regular and constitutional,
  • big, noble,
  • old penal,
  • general jewish,
  • new and clear,
  • clerical,
  • wicked and bloody,
  • short but important,
  • good and laudable,
  • earliest social,
  • rate-making,
  • otherwise dry,
  • old obsolete,
  • highly objectionable,
  • old and useless,
  • almost obsolete,
  • local or general,
  • long and important,
  • curial,
  • more luminous,
  • now obsolete,
  • new general,
  • anti-papal,
  • great parliamentary,
  • more drastic,
  • divine and human,
  • much vaunted,
  • such outrageous,
  • more easy,
  • last and greatest,
  • new military,
  • certain specific,
  • unambiguous,
  • plain and simple,
  • same good,
  • other british,
  • incorporating,
  • such new,
  • illiberal,
  • irreversible,
  • jacobean,
  • more comprehensive,
  • remedial,
  • coercive,
  • lenient,
  • two-year,
  • much older,
  • jamaican,
  • stygian,
  • elective,
  • franciscan,
  • more suitable,
  • pre-existing,
  • stricter,
  • ill-advised,
  • ancient and modern,
  • alaskan,
  • inviolable,
  • unpublished,
  • consular,
  • sociological,
  • immutable,
  • ineffective,
  • laudable,
  • operative,
  • more ancient,
  • time-honored,
  • last-named,
  • peremptory,
  • profligate,
  • definitive,
  • fiscal,
  • vaunted,
  • man-made,
  • injurious,
  • noteworthy,
  • petrified,
  • provisional,
  • incoherent,
  • fraudulent,
  • constructive,
  • ambiguous,
  • own particular,
  • durable,
  • cathedral,
  • scornful,
  • predatory,
  • far-reaching,
  • athenian,
  • insidious,
  • chaotic,
  • laborious,
  • detestable,
  • contrary,
  • more important,
  • brazen,
  • victorian,
  • inhuman,
  • archaic,
  • clerical,
  • dubious,
  • seventh,
  • paltry,
  • conservative,
  • good-natured,
  • illegal,
  • exceptional,
  • aggressive,
  • unlucky,
  • routine,
  • doubtful,
  • conspicuous,
  • ponderous,
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  • ferocious,
  • luminous,
  • financial,
  • colossal,
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  • rusty,
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  • frightful,
  • strict,
  • cardinal,
  • jewish,
  • egyptian,
  • vigorous,
  • clumsy,
  • corresponding,
  • annual,
  • initial,
  • oldest,
  • appropriate,
  • healthy,
  • tight,
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  • useless,
  • southern,
  • quaint,
  • mild,
  • complex,
  • solemn,
  • literary,
  • exquisite,
  • frequent,
  • fatal,
  • monstrous,
  • spiritual,
  • straight,
  • traditional,
  • easy,
  • loose,
  • additional,
  • chinese,
  • glorious,
  • remarkable,
  • foreign,
  • older,
  • popular,
  • flat,
  • precious,
  • individual,
  • political,
  • dry,
  • splendid,
  • complete,
  • greatest,
  • enormous,
  • broad,
  • last,
  • low,
  • big,
  • good,
  • strange,
  • true,
  • old,
  • black,
  • fine,
  • poor,
  • local or galactic,
  • public or tacit,
  • brief but most important,
  • single and rather singular,
  • conceivable irish,
  • infamous, devilish,
  • diocesan and national,
  • new diocesan,
  • important subsequent,
  • absurd and foolish,
  • proper and peculiar,
  • barbarous and savage,
  • bloody and cruel,
  • less precarious,
  • indispensible,
  • rather singular,
  • british colonial,
  • more stringent,
  • own separate,
  • intolerant,
  • unchangeable,
  • explanatory,
  • tacit,
  • old french,
  • fourteenth,
  • fifteenth,
  • sixteenth,
  • eleventh,
  • twentieth,
  • primordial,
  • nineteenth,
  • eighteenth,
  • relevant,
  • villainous,
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  • unjust,
  • eighth,
  • tenth,
  • feudal,
  • slick,
  • devilish,
  • prospective,
  • heathen,
  • exclusive,
  • unnatural,
  • abominable,
  • rigid,
  • reasonable,
  • ignorant,
  • pious,
  • prominent,
  • vile,
  • equal,
  • effective,
  • temporary,
  • sacred,
  • brief,
  • handsome,
  • golden,
  • peculiar,
  • wonderful,
  • fresh penal,
  • cruelly severe,
  • old dormant,
  • practically obsolete,
  • certain huge,
  • present imperfect,
  • new municipal,
  • general military,
  • other criminal,
  • new federal,
  • ingenious little,
  • other general,
  • undated,
  • interpretative,
  • more severe,
  • lithuanian,
  • agrarian,
  • iniquitous,
  • philippine,
  • unwise,
  • beneficial,
  • salutary,
  • objectionable,
  • dormant,
  • more recent,
  • civic,
  • papal,
  • sovereign,
  • hateful,
  • impressive,
  • obscure,
  • intelligent,
  • basic,
  • divine,
  • distinct,
  • unfortunate,
  • total,
  • mental,
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  • major,
  • principal,
  • male,
  • clear,
  • regular,
  • new,
  • ole,
  • long,
  • federal anti-trust,
  • great liberal,
  • purely negative,
  • brilliant new,
  • still active,
  • equitable,
  • thirteenth,
  • twelfth,
  • ninth,
  • territorial,
  • oppressive,
  • miscellaneous,
  • arbitrary,
  • outrageous,
  • sixth,
  • negative,
  • notorious,
  • fifth,
  • correct,
  • harsh,
  • latest,
  • separate,
  • different,
  • right-to-privacy,
  • new parliamentary,
  • wise and humane,
  • diocesan,
  • congressional,
  • invalid,
  • unpopular,
  • secular,
  • galactic,
  • ecclesiastical,
  • medieval,
  • admirable,
  • permanent,
  • social,
  • chief,
  • curious,
  • entire,
  • huge,
  • regulative or declarative,
  • declarative,
  • regulative,
  • stringent,
  • drastic,
  • milder,
  • legislative,
  • above-mentioned,
  • odious,
  • foolish,
  • vague,
  • actual,
  • proper,
  • fresh,
  • cumulative quarterly,
  • quarterly,
  • legal and constitutional,
  • valid,
  • antiquated,
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  • worst,
  • savage,
  • wise,
  • eternal,
  • moral,
  • usual,
  • other federal,
  • retroactive,
  • benevolent,
  • fourth,
  • french,
  • mere,
  • strictest,
  • barbarous,
  • especial,
  • imperfect,
  • active,
  • wretched,
  • official,
  • well-known,
  • short,
  • liberal,
  • second,
  • specific,
  • singular,
  • direct,
  • private,
  • simple,
  • anti-trust,
  • equestrian,
  • tyrannical,
  • rigorous,
  • memorable,
  • civil,
  • hideous,
  • extraordinary,
  • excellent,
  • nautical,
  • obnoxious,
  • aforesaid,
  • fundamental,
  • canadian,
  • mexican,
  • wicked,
  • municipal,
  • cruel,
  • applicable,
  • everlasting,
  • further,
  • similar,
  • terrible,
  • definite,
  • plain,
  • ordinary,
  • humane,
  • noble,
  • comprehensive,
  • severe,
  • military,
  • declaratory,
  • infamous,
  • international,
  • certain,
  • organic,
  • bloody,
  • original,
  • modern,
  • human,
  • common,
  • provincial,
  • colonial,
  • legal,
  • subsequent,
  • criminal,
  • unconstitutional,
  • constitutional,
  • previous,
  • whole,
  • public,
  • late,
  • next,
  • scriptural,
  • elizabethan,
  • formal,
  • single,
  • former,
  • perpetual,
  • positive,
  • royal,
  • national,
  • obsolete,
  • parliamentary,
  • important,
  • irish,
  • british,
  • imperial,
  • general,
  • particular,
  • present,
  • ancient,
  • famous,
  • recent,
  • penal,
  • local,
  • special,
  • federal.
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