Exponent

Pronunciation of Exponent
/ɛkspˈə͡ʊnənt/, /ɛkspˈə‍ʊnənt/, /ɛ_k_s_p_ˈəʊ_n_ə_n_t/

Antonyms for exponent:

enemy, foe, antagonist, rival.

Synonyms for exponent:

Sense 1

convert, existentialist, booster, mouthpiece, henchman, wizard, cheerleader, ideologue, custodian, royalist, friend, empiricist, example, sympathizer, whiz, well-wisher, dab hand, following, prodigy, audience, wunderkind, promoter, pressure group, stakeholder, apostle, old hand, crusader, renegade, abolitionist, positivist, extremist, moderate, class act, past master, sponsor, young gun, prophet, crony, protagonist, hot stuff, artist, cohort, supporter, pillar, progressive, superman, adherent, partisan, acolyte, follower.

Sense 2

base, technician, best, talent, master, adept, demon, queen.

Sense 3

natural, support, machine.

Sense 4

ace.

translator

interpreter.

numeric/numerical (adjective)

fraction, integral, arithmetic, logarithm.

Sense 1 (noun)

supporter, interpreter.

Sense 2 (noun)

follower, ideologue, sponsor, adherent, sympathizer.

Sense 3 (noun)

best, superman, master, queen, past master, artist, old hand, prodigy.

advocate (noun)

counsel, pleader, apostle.

champion (noun)

sympathizer, advocate.

communication (noun)

power, index.

exponent (noun)

booster, advocate, proponent, supporter, interpreter, promoter, partisan, index, power, protagonist, advocator.

index (noun)

example.

instance (noun)

example.

mathematics (noun)

cube, divisor, algebra, square root, denominator, multiple, modulus, arithmetic, quadratics, differential calculus, Multiplicator, minuend, index, multiplier, cube root, multiplicand, antilogarithm, trigonometry, quotient, radix, algorithm, formula, coefficient, root, subtrahend, power, integral, calculus, geometry, fraction, dividend, numerator, reciprocal, factor, increment, logarithm.

proponent (noun)

friend.

protagonist (noun)

protagonist.

Usage examples for exponent:

  • At the urging of Richard Henry Lee, the most ardent exponent of intercolonial action, the burgesses issued a call for the other colonies to join in a Continental Congress. - "The Road to Independence: Virginia 1763-1783", Virginia State Dept. of Education.

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