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Leading

Pronunciation of Leading
/lˈiːdɪŋ/, /lˈiːdɪŋ/, /l_ˈiː_d_ɪ_ŋ/

Antonyms for leading:

following, down, pursuing, inferior.

Synonyms for leading:

Sense 1

first, premier, much, urgent, ahead, cardinal, front, preponderant.

Sense 2

main, essentially, prominent, well-known, overwhelming, key, Famed, substantially, primary.

Sense 3

marquee, substantive, ultimate, notorious.

Sense 4

prime, real.

Sense 5

core, popular.

Sense 6

radical.

Sense 7

basic.

exalted

high.

main

keynote.

prominent

outstanding.

renowned

famous.

tricky

loaded.

uppermost

topmost.

victorious

winning.

Other synonyms and related words:

lead-in, urgent, main, notorious, overbearing, ahead, leadership, guiding, high, spark advance, big, arch, preeminent, halcyon, greatest, steer, lead, directional, top, thriving, number one, cardinal, confidential information, wind, substantially, jumper lead, bestselling, basic, much, prior, radical, overriding, in the lead, front, directive, lethal, towering, topmost, well-known, starring, swimmingly, major, prime, outstanding, great, top-rated, keynote, central, ultimate, substantive, premier, leash, leaders, preponderant, overmastering, first, banner, popular, tip, primal, key, loaded, real, overwhelming, successful, up, trail, Famed, winning, primary, capital, hint, distinguished, famous, track, pb, pencil lead, jumper cable, lead story, prominent, Supereminent, brilliant, prima, stellar, tether, huge, triumphant, grand, high-flying, purposeful.

advance (adjective)

in the lead, prior.

advanced (adjective)

avant-garde, radical.

all (adjective)

prima, starring, stellar, star.

arch (adjective)

chief, major, master, consummate.

bigger (adjective)

major.

directing (adjective)

Managing.

frontal (adjective)

frontal, front-most, foremost, avant-garde, facial, vanguard, Headmost.

important (adjective)

big, high.

influential (adjective)

motivational, authoritative, predominant, influential, commanding, ruling, important, controlling, senior, masterful, prejudicial, supreme, powerful.

leading (adjective)

greatest, famous, number one, champion, best, top, dominant, governing, main, principal, well-known, arch, popular, outstanding, prominent, primary, foremost, ruling, stellar, dominating, notorious, preeminent, premier, Headmost, first.

master (adjective)

commanding, ruling, star, senior, principal, governing, Presiding, head, master, directing.

preceding (adjective)

forerunning.

successful (adjective)

breakout, high-flying, lethal, huge, well-established, look back, swimmingly, established, successful, triumphant, growth, red hot, banner, Vaunted, bumper, productive, self-made, brilliant, undefeated, thriving, go-go, towering, distinguished, glorious, meteoric, all-right, bestselling, golden, halcyon, upwardly mobile, top-rated.

superior (adjective)

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

ahead (adverb)

ahead, preceding.

Sense 2 (noun)

capital, premier, key, primary, first, prime, number one, top, cardinal, main, major.

Sense 3 (noun)

notorious, Famed, popular, well-known, famous.

artifact (noun)

lead.

first (noun)

first, front.

prelude (noun)

foregoing, preceding, prelude, avant-garde, antecedent, introduction.

controlling (verb)

piloting, Administering, governing, Disciplining, Superintending, executing, steering, Managing, Overseeing, directing, Bridling, supervising, ordering, dominating, Harnessing, Presiding.

directing (verb)

conducting, Bossing, Lording, mastering.

influencing (verb)

affecting, Predominating, Authorizing, Prejudicing, swaying, powering, Influencing, pressuring, motivating, Biasing, Empowering.

lead (verb)

head, steer.

mastering (verb)

heading.

preceding (verb)

Introducing, heading off, Anticipating, predating, Antedating, anteceding, trail-blazing, foreshadowing, forerunning, Pioneering.

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