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Better

Synonyms for better:

Sense 1

inside track, retrogress, higher up, scarecrow, floret, declension, sturdiness, larger, outperform, weak point, countermeasure, rested, melioration, out of sight, hardness, kilter, Recidivation, restored, unhoped-for, low quality, drawn, putrescence, ratty, Disserve, promote, stableness, tatterdemalion, seedy, degeneration, scruffy, skeletal, rottenness, disintegration, fettle, weal, largest, soundness, steadiness, Backset, second class, recidivism, burgeon, optimal, greater, outmatch, backsliding, atrophy, renewed, down-at-heel, tatty, unsurpassable, amelioration, raggedy, declination, putridness, tattered, tatter, refreshed, STANDOUT, effloresce, surpassing, putrefaction.

Sense 4

elder, extreme, gaunt, cream, defect, integrity, firmness, weakness, rare, disintegrate, cadaverous, fault, wanting, security, top, retrograde, shape, frailty.

Sense 5

infirmity, magnificent, degrade, ultimate, rotten, march, strength, prize, singular, threadbare.

Sense 6

condition, unusual, development, ruinous, color, bug, reverse.

Sense 7

descend, sink.

Sense 8

edge, pass, advantage, breakdown.

Sense 9

order.

Sense 11

form, perfect, broken-down, drop.

Sense 12

bad, common.

Sense 14

blow.

Sense 16

beat.

Sense 22

turn.

correct

emend.

favored

preferable.

improve

help, upgrade.

outdo

exceed.

to a greater extent

more.

beneficial (adjective)

good, helpful, profitable, improving, progressive, successful, favorable, useful, Gainful, beneficial, prosperous, advantageous.

bigger (adjective)

major.

excelling, more excellent (adjective)

exceptional, finer, choice, surpassing, improved, fitter, preferable, greater, larger, superior.

improved (adjective)

embellished, up and around, Enriched, enhanced, renovated, improved, garnished, corrected, Furthered, upgraded, refined, elaborated, advanced, Progressed.

improved in health (adjective)

healthier, improving.

larger (adjective)

more.

major (adjective)

greater.

superior (adjective)

furthest, most, champion, king, preferable, A 1, eminent, crowning, ruling, leading, signal, master, sovereign, choice, supreme, chief, surpassing, above, elite, uppermost, superior, chosen, consummate, paramount, ascendant, maximum, greater, zenith, dominant, senior, foremost, commanding, best, predominant, quintessential, Headmost, furthermost, controlling.

all (adverb)

best.

superiorly (adverb)

eminently, Consummately, Superiorly, chiefly, Paramountly, maximally, Sovereignly, dominantly, supremely, Commandingly, predominantly.

superiorly (adverb)

eminently, maximally, supremely, predominantly, Paramountly, Consummately, dominantly, Sovereignly, Superiorly, chiefly, Commandingly, above.

to a greater extent (adverb)

more.

Sense 2 (noun)

outdo, outperform, outstrip, surpass, outshine, common.

Sense 3 (noun)

failing, top.

Sense 4 (noun)

preferable.

Sense 5 (noun)

greater, unhoped-for, larger, extraordinary, largest.

Sense 6 (noun)

refreshed, restored, renewed, more, rested.

better (noun)

superior, rectify, exceed, further, healthier, outstrip, greater, fitter, preferable, outdo, enhance, top, surpass, improve, ameliorate, beat, reform, mend, improving, correct, promote, enrich, finer, surpassing, restored, larger.

higher-up (noun)

higher up.

larger (noun)

more.

superiority (noun)

vantage, whip hand.

benefit (verb)

avail, contribute, advance, favor, serve, do good, assist, further, help.

competition (verb)

break.

dominate (verb)

lord, oppress, preside, conquer, control, prevail, oversee, win, rule, dominate, command, overcome, vanquish, succeed, triumph, subordinate, surmount, predominate.

exceed (verb)

outdistance.

excel (verb)

surpass.

improve (verb)

embellish, refine, upgrade, correct, improve, enhance, renovate, elaborate, garnish, progress, enrich.

improve performance; outdo (verb)

enhance, surpass, reform, best, outstrip, beat, correct, excel, outshine, refine, transcend, rectify, promote, top, exceed, help, further, meliorate, mend, amend, advance, ameliorate.

Usage examples for better:

  • But now we had better go home." - "Rollo in Paris", Jacob Abbott.
  • I wonder if you know any better? - "A Country Gentleman and his Family", Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant.

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