Pronunciation of Absolute
/ˈabsəlˌuːt/, /ˈabsəlˌuːt/, /ˈa_b_s_ə_l_ˌuː_t/
Antonyms for absolute:
Synonyms for absolute:
multinational, calibration, collectivist, weak, gradation, measure, possible, resounding, autarchic, imperial, all, sovereign, metric, terrible, metrication, autonomous, geocentric, imaginable, representative, nonaligned, point, absolutistic, size, imperialist, factor, crashing, autocratical, tyrannic, Indefectible, unrelieved, big time, undemocratic, phrase, parastatal, genuine, monocratic, literally, perfectly, especially, unutterable, repressive, nationalist, hopeless, predominant, unstable, SI Unit, setting, state, colonialist, Managed, incredible, bicameral, unflawed, autarchical, altogether, graduation, order of magnitude, arrant, orwellian, multiparty, completely, royal, absolutist, federal, tyrannous, governmental, fairly, the metric system, real.
indubitable, vested, certain, consummate, categorical, unrestricted, sure, utter, unconditional, undeniable, supreme, perfect, definite, conclusive, unequivocal, complete, positive, unmitigated, unqualified.
beyond doubt (adjective)
incontrovertible, indisputable, decided, definite, undoubted, factual, clear, unassailable, confident, Irrefragable, assured, unmitigated, positive, genuine, categorical, decisive, patent, set, irrefutable, steadfast, veritable, certain, unquestionable, sure, incontestable, trusting, doubtless, undeniable, unambiguous, indubitable, conclusive, unequivocal, unmistakable, convinced.
excellent, perfect (adjective)
in control or complete authority (adjective)
without limit (adjective)
downright, unadulterated, pure, sheer, free, supreme, unrestricted, unlimited, utter, total, unqualified, unconditional, thorough, consummate, simple, outright, entire, complete, full, infinite, flat out.
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
unhesitating, unfaltering, undoubting.
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
infrangible, infinite, right-down, inviolable, unmixed, arbitrary, total, unconditional, unambiguous, complete, independent, univocal, syntactically independent, sheer, unalienable, very, downright, unconditioned, pure, unquestioning, unequivocal, rank, dead, inalienable, implicit, undiluted, direct, out-and-out, utter, living, conclusive.
Son of Man, heroine, King of the Jews, divinity, Lamb of God, idol, almighty, judge, jehovah, omniscience, messiah, holy ghost, lord, godhead, goddess, Prince of Peace, all-powerful, creator, deity, Jesus Christ, trinity, redeemer, muse, Son of God, maker, dieu, demigod, omnipotence, Jesu, infinite, King of Kings, hero, providence, jesus, savior, salvation, inspiration, christ.
Usage examples for absolute:
- So much attention has been called of late, however, to the fact that land as a gift of Nature should, if absolute justice were done, have the benefit from its use equally divided among all men, that something further on this subject may be said. - "Monopolies and the People", Charles Whiting Baker.
- Lying is the absolute limit!" - "The Head Girl at the Gables", Angela Brazil.