What is another word for Advantaging?

Pronunciation: [ɐdvˈantɪd͡ʒɪŋ] (IPA)

Advantaging refers to obtaining an advantage or gaining an edge over something or someone. There are several synonymous words that can be used instead of advantaging, such as benefiting, profiting, gaining, winning, succeeding, prospering, thriving, excelling, and improving. These words can be used interchangeably in sentences with the same meaning as advantaging. For instance, "The sales strategy is benefiting our company's performance" is the same as saying "The sales strategy is advantaging our company's performance." Using synonyms enhances language skills and helps to avoid repetition in writing.

What are the hypernyms for Advantaging?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for Advantaging?

Advantaging is a word that denotes giving an advantage or benefit to someone or something. The antonyms for this word would represent the opposite meaning, i.e., to harm or disadvantage. Some of the antonyms for advantaging could be damaging, hindering, impairing, or obstructing. Damaging stands for causing harm or loss to someone or something. Hindering denotes preventing someone or something from making progress or achieving success. Impairing is the act of weakening or damaging something, while obstructing is the act of blocking or preventing something from happening. These antonyms can be used in different contexts to describe situations where there is a failure to provide an advantage.

What are the antonyms for Advantaging?

Usage examples for Advantaging

And, in verity, it came to me in that moment that I had been kist a while gone in my dreams, but scarce to know it; yet I perceived now that Mine Own had taken a naughty Advantaging of my slumber, that she kiss me to her own pleasure; yet did the Maid say no word of her naughtiness; and I to be likewise; but to resolve that I waken, mayhaps, on the next time, and so catch her in her sweet and secret delight of me.
"The Night Land"
William Hope Hodgson
And surely, as she kist me, I did feel that she had taken again a naughty Advantaging of my slumber, and had kist me as I did sleep; but truly I said no word of my thoughts; for I did mind that I should wake sudden one time, and so to catch her in this, and to call her then Mine Own, and that she did be a rogue; and all as you shall know, that have loved.
"The Night Land"
William Hope Hodgson
Lycurgus was of opinion that ornaments were so far from Advantaging them in their counsels, that they were rather an hindrance, by diverting their attention from the business before them to statues and pictures, and roofs curiously fretted, the usual embellishments of such places amongst the other Greeks.
"Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans"
Clough, Arthur Hugh

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