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Rank

Antonyms for rank:

aromatic, sterile, perfumed, incomplete, inoffensive, scarce, sweet.

Synonyms for rank:

Sense 1

characterize, underling, Fame, reclassify, fusty, identify with, put down as, linnaean, top brass, pecking order, inferiority, chain of command, mark as, rancid, circumstances, hold up as, royalty, subsidiarity, rotten.

Sense 2

describe, bracket, stratum, grandeur, frowzy, echelon, profuse, underdog, dignity, noisome, situation, ranking, toehold, foothold, birth, arrant, tier, moldy.

Sense 3

listing, dense, generation, pyramid, lump.

Sense 4

column, band, brass, layer, ladder.

Sense 5

assign, league, pedigree.

Sense 6

bottom.

Sense 7

distribute.

Sense 15

top.

Sense 16

heavy.

aline

file.

categorize

classify, identify, put down as.

disgusting

foul.

grade

rating, quality.

hierarchy

prelacy.

infected

tainted.

line

ordinate.

lush

luxuriant.

malodorous

ill-smelling.

measure

quantify.

precede

outrank.

priority

preferment.

series

row.

soiled

unclean.

spoiled

musty.

abundant, luxurious (adjective)

dense, rampant, fertile, coarse, profuse, lush, luxuriant.

dense (adjective)

thick.

dirty (adjective)

unclean.

egregious (adjective)

egregious.

fetid (adjective)

fetid, stinky, malodorous, smelly, stinking, putrid, reeking, Effluvial, miasmic, sulfurous, Stenchy, odorous.

flagrant (adjective)

shameless.

foul-smelling (adjective)

malodorous.

fusty (adjective)

frowsty, fusty.

green (adjective)

lush.

obscene, vulgar (adjective)

crass, foul, outrageous.

offensive (adjective)

outrageous.

perfect (adjective)

perfect, unalloyed, unmixed.

stinking, foul (adjective)

gross, high, fusty, funky, reeking, strong, smelly, fetid, offensive, tainted, revolting, repulsive, rancid, musty, moldy, noisome, putrid.

utter, absolute (adjective)

egregious, sheer, blatant, consummate, glaring, flagrant, complete, arrant, total, unmitigated, downright, perfect, thorough, outright, conspicuous.

vulgar (adjective)

salty, unpolished, unrefined, colloquial, idiomatic, cockney, unseemly, inelegant, glaring, animal, depraved, outlandish, repulsive, coarse-grained, crude, in bad taste, sordid, barbaric, offensive, ignominious, rough, broad, profane, raw, shameless, unbecoming, chintzy, obscene, philistine, tasteless, garish, undignified, common, tawdry, sleazy, coarse, earthy, brazen, ill-bred, crass, degraded, boorish, homespun, gaudy, graceless, vulgar, low, cheap, ignoble, scandalous, base, barnyard, brutish, tactless, gross, rude, clumsy, revolting, indelicate.

Sense 4 (noun)

assign.

Sense 5 (noun)

layer.

Sense 6 (noun)

situation.

Sense 7 (noun)

bracket, league, tier.

Sense 8 (noun)

column, file, row.

Sense 10 (noun)

characterize.

Sense 13 (noun)

echelon, ranking, stratum.

authority (noun)

credential, license, superiority, clout, powerfulness, precedence, enfranchisement, kingship, seniority, office, domination, command, mastery, might, cogency, title, primacy, empowerment, sway, steam, birthright, prerogative, puissance, strength, Prepotency, commission, faculty, prestige, purview, privilege, authority, charge, potency, entitlement, influence, force, mandate, sovereignty, mightiness, punch, power, stature.

calculation (noun)

calculation, determination, thought, evaluation, enumeration, consideration, judgement, valuation, statistics, arithmetic, approximation, quantification, appraisal, reckoning, multiplication, presumption, estimation, algorithm, mathematics, measurement, algebra, deduction, inference, supposition, computation, system, calculus, conclusion, division, assessment, method, triangulation.

category (noun)

degree, kingdom, species, genus, clan, ilk, caste, race, breed, grain, Family, stripe, mold, variety, phylum, feather, step, stamp, label, people, kind, persuasion, strain, make, style, genotype, stock, level, taxonomy, category, designation, denomination, brand, classification.

column, tier of individuals (noun)

group, string, file, queue, row, series, range, line.

corrupt (noun)

outrageous.

heritage (noun)

birth.

importance (noun)

stature, importance.

influence (noun)

importance, supremacy, bias, predominance, pull, rule, pressure, motivation.

line (noun)

line.

rank (noun)

egregious, order, rank and file, out-and-out, membership, offensive, flagrant, footing, crying, conspicuous, complete, gross, sheer, status, place, standing, state, range, abundant, social rank, glaring, absolute, obvious, station, term, grade, social status, stage, mark, outrank, fertile, rate, downright, right-down, social station.

respect (noun)

honor.

royalty (noun)

primacy, kingship.

sequence (noun)

course, consequence, succession, linkage, lineage, legacy, sequel, Consecutiveness, gamut, progression, subsequence, series, Consecution, line, concatenation, arrangement, train, procession.

social class (noun)

caste.

social status (noun)

footing.

standing in a system, often a social one (noun)

degree, pedigree, sovereignty, grade, classification, order, caste, sort, birth, level, Family, stock, privilege, type, situation, echelon, station, state, place, quality, pecking order, seniority, status, primacy, stratum, footing, stature, position, supremacy, class, division, dignity, authority, consequence.

title (noun)

decoration, position, chevron, crest, grace, garland, colors, bestowal, role, shield, crown, honor, reverence, highness, coronet.

utter (noun)

outright.

be worthwhile; have supremacy (verb)

outrank.

calculate (verb)

consider, approximate, count, multiply, suppose, presume, weigh, conclude, rate, triangulate, gauge, deduce, systematize, quantize, value, measure, quantify, appraise, plan, assess, schedule, study, determine, evaluate, compute, add, enumerate, scheme, sum, plot, rationalize, think, total, surmise, calculate, figure, program, estimate, reckon, tally, guess, score, account, judge, divide, infer.

line up; classify in system (verb)

assign, array, rate, fix, evaluate, establish, marshal, put down as, assort, locate, put, pigeonhole, value, estimate, arrange, align, settle, judge.

measure (verb)

scale, benchmark, calibrate, test, survey.

order (verb)

collate, type, organize, unify, support, compose, set, arrange, prepare, shape, integrate, devise, pigeonhole, design, harmonize, adjust, cast, categorize, right, order, schematize, stabilize, sort, Methodize, balance, regulate, form, orchestrate, control, screen, structure, unsnarl, classify, settle, place, class, mediate, maintain, sift, stratify, chart, frame, array, separate, subordinate, grade, establish, group, fix, marshal, normalize.

raging (verb)

rampant.

rank (verb)

place, grade, mark, scale, position.

sequence (verb)

concatenate, string, chain, succeed, queue, thread, progress, align, follow, sequence, link.

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