Another word for advantage
Preferred condition or circumstance
luck, favor, approval, help, aid, sanction, leeway, good, patronage, support, preference, choice, odds, protection, start, leg up, helping hand, upper hand, leverage, purchase, hold, favoring circumstance, dominating position, favorable opportunity, superior situation, best estate, vantage, ground, play point, pull*, edge*, ace in the hole*, whip hand*, card up one's sleeve*, drop*, jump*.
The result of having an advantage, sense 1
dominance, superiority, supremacy, lead, influence, vantage, upper hand, power, resources, wealth, mastery, profit, gain, authority, prestige, recognition, position, eminence, preeminence, primacy, hold, sway, precedence, ascendancy, prevalence.
good, gain, benefit, profit, welfare, avail, interest, expediency, improvement, return, behalf, account, sake, worth, comfort, gratification, convenience, help, utility, use, success, emolument, windfall, satisfaction, consolation, enjoyment, pleasure, solace, bounty, favor, boon, weal, blessing, service, compensation, asset, prize, mileage*.
be superior, have the opportunity, be privileged; see succeed 1.
Another word for advantagenoun
A factor conducive to superiority and success:handicap, head start, odds, start, vantage. See help
Something beneficial:avail, benefit, blessing, boon1, favor, gain, profit. See help
Something that contributes to or increases one's well-being:benefit, good, interest (often used in plural), profit. See help
The quality of being suitable or adaptable to an end:account, avail, benefit, profit, use, usefulness, utility. See used
A dominating position, as in a conflict:better1, bulge, draw, drop, edge, superiority, upper hand, vantage. (Informal) inside track, jump. See over