What is another word for precedency?

Pronunciation: [pɹɪsˈɛdənsi] (IPA)

Precedency refers to the state or condition of being prior or of greater importance. Synonyms for precedency include priority, preeminence, precedence, priority, preference, supremacy, seniority, rank, eminence, primacy, and ascendancy. Each of these words connotes a sense of superiority or importance over other things or people. For example, precedence implies that something is of greater importance or rank, while preeminence suggests a position of superiority or excellence. Similarly, seniority implies that someone has held a position or rank for a longer period, while primacy suggests that someone or something is at the top or foremost position. By using synonyms for precedency, writers and speakers can add variation and nuance to their language.

What are the hypernyms for Precedency?

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

What are the opposite words for precedency?

Precedency is defined as the condition or fact of being considered more important than others. Antonyms for precedency include inferiority, triviality, and insignificance. When something is of inferiority, it is considered of lower rank, importance or quality than others. Triviality is used to describe something that is insignificant, unimportant or of little value. Insignificance means something does not deserve attention or importance because it lacks significance or relevance. These antonyms represent the opposite of precedency because they are used to describe things that are of lesser importance, rank or significance than others.

What are the antonyms for Precedency?

Usage examples for Precedency

Table of precedency among Women.
"Mattie:--A Stray (Vol 3 of 3)"
Frederick William Robinson
The mother's authority at last obtaining precedency, I heard Lady de Brantefield's cause of belief, first: her ladyship declared that she never wore Sir Josseline's ring without putting on after it a guard ring, a ring which, being tighter than Sir Josseline's, kept it safe on her finger.
"Tales & Novels, Vol. IX [Contents: Harrington; Thoughts on Bores; Ormond]"
Maria Edgeworth
It happened that, in standing up for country dances one night, some dispute about precedency occurred.
"Tales & Novels, Vol. IX [Contents: Harrington; Thoughts on Bores; Ormond]"
Maria Edgeworth

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