What is another word for at least?

Pronunciation: [at lˈiːst] (IPA)

At least is a commonly used phrase that has the same meaning as "minimum" or "leastwise." It is often used to describe the minimum amount or number of things required to achieve a certain goal or standard. Other synonyms for at least include "minimum," "bare minimum," "lowest," and "smallest." These words can be used interchangeably with at least in many contexts, such as when describing the amount of money needed or the number of hours required to complete a task. Additionally, phrases such as "at the very least" and "at minimum" can also be used as synonyms for at least to convey a similar idea of the minimum required.

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What are the hypernyms for At least?

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

What are the opposite words for at least?

At least is an adverb that indicates the minimum amount or degree of something. Its antonyms include at most, utmost, most, and maximum. These words denote the opposite of at least- indicating the highest or maximum amount or degree of something. For instance, at most means not more than or less than a particular amount, while utmost means the greatest or highest degree of something. Likewise, most is a superlative form of more, and it signifies the greatest amount, degree or intensity of something. Maximum, on the other hand, implies the highest point, most significant quantity, or degree of something that is attainable.

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Famous quotes with At least

  • I don't feel right unless I have a sport to play or at least a way to work up a sweat.
    Hank Aaron
  • During the many centuries that magic, here on this planet, was presumed to have worked, there were at least as many theories as to how magic worked as there were cultures and religions.
    Lynn Abbey
  • You're just sort of searching for this "thing" and sometimes you get it and sometimes you don't. All music is imperfect, but in jazz since you're improvising, at least the way I play, I'm trying to follow my train of thought in a solo.
    John Abercrombie
  • I always wondered what hearing one's own obituary might sound like, and I sort of feel like I may have just heard part of it at least.
    Spencer Abraham
  • I just had the sense that at least the books that I had read about law just didn't really have enough of that.
    Floyd Abrams

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