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rank and file, rank
n. the ordinary members of an organization (such as the enlisted soldiers of an army); "the strike was supported by the union rank and file"; "he rose from the ranks to become a colonel"
rank, membership
n. the body of members of an organization or group; "they polled their membership"; "they found dissension in their own ranks"; "he joined the ranks of the unemployed"
rank
n. a row or line of people (especially soldiers or police) standing abreast of one another; "the entrance was guarded by ranks of policemen"
social rank, social status, social station, rank
n. position in a social hierarchy; "the British are more aware of social status than Americans are"
rank
n. relative status; "his salary was determined by his rank and seniority"
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place, grade, order, range, rank, rate
v. assign a rank or rating to; "how would you rank these students?"; "The restaurant is rated highly in the food guide"
rank
v. take or have a position relative to others; "This painting ranks among the best in the Western World"
outrank, rank
v. take precedence or surpass others in rank
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rank
adj. growing profusely; "rank jungle vegetation"
weedy, rank
adj. abounding with or resembling weeds; "a weedy path"; "weedy plants that take over a garden"
rank
adj. very offensive in smell or taste; "a rank cigar"
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position
n. (in team sports) the role assigned to an individual player; "what position does he play?"
height, stature
n. (of a standing person) the distance from head to foot
association
n. (ecology) a group of organisms (plants and animals) that live together in a certain geographical region and constitute a community with a few dominant species
the three estates, estate of the realm, estate
n. a major social class or order of persons regarded collectively as part of the body politic of the country (especially in the United Kingdom) and formerly possessing distinct political rights
monastic order, order
n. a group of person living under a religious rule; "the order of Saint Benedict"
trades union, trade union, labor union, brotherhood, union
n. an organization of employees formed to bargain with the employer; "you have to join the union in order to get a job"
course, grade, form, class
n. a body of students who are taught together; "early morning classes are always sleepy"
commission, committee
n. a special group delegated to consider some matter; "a committee is a group that keeps minutes and loses hours" - Milton Berle
Indian file, single file, file
n. a line of persons or things ranged one behind the other
waiting line, queue
n. a line of people or vehicles waiting for something
situation
n. a complex or critical or unusual difficulty; "the dangerous situation developed suddenly"; "that's quite a situation"; "no human situation is simple"
situation
n. a complex or critical or unusual difficulty; "the dangerous situation developed suddenly"; "that's quite a situation"; "no human situation is simple"
point, stage, level, degree
n. a specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process; "a remarkable degree of frankness"; "at what stage are the social sciences?"
station, place
n. proper or designated social situation; "he overstepped his place"; "the responsibilities of a man in his station"; "married above her station"
title, championship
n. the status of being a champion; "he held the title for two years"
title, championship
n. the status of being a champion; "he held the title for two years"
higher rank, higher status, senior status, seniority
n. higher rank than that of others especially by reason of longer service
higher rank, higher status, senior status, seniority
n. higher rank than that of others especially by reason of longer service
precedency, priority, precedence
n. status established in order of importance or urgency; "...its precedence as the world's leading manufacturer of pharmaceuticals"; "national independence takes priority over class struggle"
tier, level, grade
n. a relative position or degree of value in a graded group; "lumber of the highest grade"
step, gradation
n. relative position in a graded series; "always a step behind"; "subtle gradations in color"; "keep in step with the fashions"
note, preeminence, distinction, eminence
n. high status importance owing to marked superiority; "a scholar of great eminence"
prestigiousness, prestige
n. a high standing achieved through success or influence or wealth etc.; "he wanted to achieve power and prestige"
reputation, repute
n. the state of being held in high esteem and honor
codify
v. organize into a code or system, such as a body of law; "Hammurabi codified the laws"
sort out, assort, separate, sort, class, classify
v. arrange or order by classes or categories; "How would you classify these pottery shards--are they prehistoric?"
consider
v. regard or treat with consideration, respect, and esteem; "Please consider your family"
declare, announce
v. announce publicly or officially; "The President declared war"
judge, label, pronounce
v. pronounce judgment on; "They labeled him unfit to work here"
decree
v. issue a decree; "The King only can decree"
venerate, revere, fear, reverence
v. regard with feelings of respect and reverence; consider hallowed or exalted or be in awe of; "Fear God as your father"; "We venerate genius"
look up to, admire
v. feel admiration for
reward, honour, honor
v. bestow honor or rewards upon; "Today we honor our soldiers"; "The scout was rewarded for courageous action"
unblushing, shameless
adj. feeling no shame; "a shameless imposter"; "an unblushing apologist for fascism"
unabashed, unembarrassed
adj. not embarrassed; "a tinseled charm and unabashed sentimentality"- Jerome Stone; "an unembarrassed greeting as if nothing untoward had happened"
unfearing, intrepid, hardy, fearless, dauntless, brave, audacious
adj. invulnerable to fear or intimidation; "audacious explorers"; "fearless reporters and photographers"; "intrepid pioneers"
plain
adj. not elaborate or elaborated; simple; "plain food"; "stuck to the plain facts"; "a plain blue suit"; "a plain rectangular brick building"
good
adj. thorough; "had a good workout"; "gave the house a good cleaning"
prominent, large, big
adj. conspicuous in position or importance; "a big figure in the movement"; "big man on campus"; "he's very large in financial circles"; "a prominent citizen"
decided, distinct
adj. recognizable; marked; "noticed a distinct improvement"; "at a distinct (or decided) disadvantage"
sorry, sad, pitiful, lamentable, distressing, deplorable
adj. bad; unfortunate; "my finances were in a deplorable state"; "a lamentable decision"; "her clothes were in sad shape"; "a sorry state of affairs"
far-famed, renowned, noted, notable, illustrious, famous, famed, celebrated
adj. widely known and esteemed; "a famous actor"; "a celebrated musician"; "a famed scientist"; "an illustrious judge"; "a notable historian"; "a renowned painter"
unmitigated
adj. not diminished or moderated in intensity or severity; sometimes used as an intensifier; "unmitigated suffering"; "an unmitigated horror"; "an unmitigated lie"
utter, thoroughgoing, staring, stark, sodding, pure, perfect, gross, everlasting, double-dyed, consummate, complete, arrant, unadulterated
adj. without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers; "an arrant fool"; "a complete coward"; "a consummate fool"; "a double-dyed villain"; "gross negligence"; "a perfect idiot"; "pure folly"; "what a sodding mess"; "stark staring mad"; "a thoroughgoing villain"; "utter nonsense"; "the unadulterated truth"
glaring, gross
adj. far exceeding the normal: "a glaring error"; "gross inefficiency"
patent
adj. (of a bodily tube or passageway) open; affording free passage; "patent ductus arteriosus"
open, overt
adj. open and observable; not secret or hidden; "an overt lie"; "overt hostility"; "overt intelligence gathering"; "open ballots"
straight-out, unlimited, outright
adj. without reservation or exception
ill-famed, notorious, infamous
adj. known widely and usually unfavorably; "a notorious gangster"; "the tenderloin district was notorious for vice"; "the infamous Benedict Arnold";
conspicuous, blazing, blatant
adj. without any attempt at concealment; completely obvious; "blatant disregard of the law"; "a blatant appeal to vanity"; "a blazing indiscretion"
villainous, nefarious
adj. extremely wicked; "nefarious schemes"; "a villainous plot"; "a villainous band of thieves"
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range with, group with
v. group with
alliaceous
adj. smelling of onions or garlic
bilgy
adj. smelling like bilge water
ill-scented, foul-smelling, foetid, stinking, smelly, noisome, funky, foul, fetid
adj. offensively malodorous; "a foul odor"; "the kitchen smelled really funky"
frowsty, musty, fusty
adj. stale and unclean smelling
high, gamy, gamey
adj. (used of the smell of meat) smelling spoiled or tainted
mephitic, miasmic
adj. of noxious stench from atmospheric pollution
niffy
adj. (British informal) malodorous
odorous, odoriferous
adj. emitting an odor; "odorous salt pork and weevily hardtack"
reeking
adj. giving off a strong unpleasant smell
rancid, sour
adj. smelling of fermentation or staleness
bacciferous, baccate, berried
adj. producing or bearing berries
plentiful, bountiful
adj. producing in abundance; "the bountiful earth"; "a plentiful year"; "fruitful soil"
rich, productive, fertile, fat
adj. marked by great fruitfulness; "fertile farmland"; "a fat land"; "a productive vineyard"; "rich soil"
reproductive, procreative, generative
adj. producing new life or offspring; "the reproductive potential of a species is its relative capacity to reproduce itself under optimal conditions"; "the reproductive or generative organs"
fertile, prolific
adj. bearing in abundance especially offspring; "flying foxes are extremely prolific"; "a prolific pear tree"
verdant
adj. characterized by abundance of verdure
repulsive, repugnant, obscene, detestable, abhorrent
adj. offensive to the mind; "an abhorrent deed"; "the obscene massacre at Wounded Knee"; "morally repugnant customs"; "repulsive behavior"; "the most repulsive character in recent novels"
bestial, swinish, gross
adj. ill-mannered and coarse and contemptible in behavior or appearance; "was boorish and insensitive"; "the loutish manners of a bully"; "her stupid oafish husband"; "aristocratic contempt for the swinish multitude"
charnel, sepulchral, ghastly
adj. gruesomely indicative of death or the dead; "a charnel smell came from the chest filled with dead men's bones"; "ghastly shrieks"; "the sepulchral darkness of the catacombs"
skanky, loathly, yucky, wicked, revolting, repelling, repellant, repellent, loathsome, foul, distasteful, disgustful, disgusting
adj. highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust; "a disgusting smell"; "distasteful language"; "a loathsome disease"; "the idea of eating meat is repellent to me"; "revolting food"; "a wicked stench"
vile, sickening, offensive, loathsome, queasy, noisome, nauseous, nauseating
adj. causing or able to cause nausea; "a nauseating smell"; "nauseous offal"; "a sickening stench"
morbid, ghoulish
adj. suggesting the horror of death and decay; "morbid details"
outrageous, horrific, horrid, hideous
adj. grossly offensive to decency or morality; causing horror; "subjected to outrageous cruelty"; "a hideous pattern of injustice"; "horrific conditions in the mining industry"
obnoxious, objectionable
adj. causing disapproval or protest; "a vulgar and objectionable person"
scrimy
adj. dirty and disgusting; "worry about the gossip and secretiveness and other scrimy sides"- Al Hine
verminous
adj. of the nature of vermin; very offensive or repulsive
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