Degree synonyms

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A stage or degree in a process.
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An instrument consisting of a number of perforated gauges fastened together at one end by a rivet, used for measuring the size of pearls.
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A relative degree, as of achievement, intensity, or concentration:
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Limit; bounds:
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A stage in a process:
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An object or point that serves as a guide.
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A line segment representing the set of numbers in an interval.
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A period or interval of time:
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The act of measuring or the process of being measured.
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A gradual change by steps or stages from one condition, quality, etc. to another
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Extent, size, or degree
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A slight amount or degree; trace; touch; suggestion
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The major idea or essential part of a concept or narrative:
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(Mathematics) A geometric figure formed by a point moving along a fixed direction and the reverse direction.
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A flat, level, or even surface
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One in a series used for measurement
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A raised and level floor or platform.
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Any device for measuring something, as the thickness of wire, the dimensions of a machined part, the amount of liquid in a container, steam pressure, etc.
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A stage or degree in a scale, as of social acceptance
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A narrow pass between mountains.
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(Archaic) A point of time designating the beginning or end of a period
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A unit in a connected series of units:
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A person or thing that ties
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A flight of steps; stairway
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(Math.) The quotient of one quantity divided by another of the same kind, usually expressed as a fraction
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An interval of time characterized by the occurrence of a certain condition, event, or phenomenon:
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Any of several very small wading birds in the genus Calidris. Types of sandpiper, such as the dunlin or the sanderling.
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The space, amount, or degree to which a thing extends; size; length; breadth
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A frequency assigned to a broadcaster.
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A relative position or degree of value in a graded group.
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(Math.) A whole number describing the degree or stage of complexity of an algebraic expression
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(--- Now Rare) High social position
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A step or stage in growth, advancement, etc.
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A level of excellence, attainment, etc. regarded as a measure of adequacy
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A relatively great distance above a given level
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Expansion
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A piece, often of a standard size, that is normally measured along its greatest dimension:
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Inherent capacity for growth and development; potentiality.
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An extensive area of open land on which livestock wander and graze.
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The agreeable or harmonious relation of parts within a whole:
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An enclosed area
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An exact amount or number:
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(Physics) One half the full extent of a vibration, oscillation, or wave. The amplitude of an ocean wave is the maximum height of the wave crest above the level of calm water, or the maximum depth of the wave trough below the level of calm water. The amplitude of a pendulum swinging through an angle of 90° is 45°.
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A property that can be described by a real number, such as the volume of a sphere or the length of a vector.
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Duration or length of service, existence, membership, etc.
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An attribute or quality of particular worth or utility; an asset:
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The extent or distance something can reach:
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Degree or extent; relative strength, magnitude, vigor, etc.
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The state or quality of being serious.
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The opportunity or possibility to function or be active:
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The diameter of the bore of a firearm, usually shown in hundredths or thousandths of an inch and expressed in writing or print in terms of a decimal fraction:
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(--- Music) A tone used as a standard of pitch for tuning instruments
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(Archaic) Manner or way
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(Law) The legal character or condition of a person or thing:
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A fixed ratio; proportion
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The rank, office, or authority of a primate
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A distinguishing factor, attribute, or characteristic:
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A descriptive name; an epithet:
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A declaration or statement made under oath or affirmation by a witness in a court, often in response to questioning, to establish a fact
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A statement testifying to a person's qualifications, character, etc. or to the merits of some product, service, etc.; letter or statement of recommendation
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Special distinction or credit given to students, esp. at commencement, for high academic achievement
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A condition that must be met in order to exercise certain rights
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Official approval.
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Stateliness and formality in manner and appearance.
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A rise of ground; a hill.
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Reputation for solvency and integrity entitling a person to be trusted in buying or borrowing:
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(Chiefly philately) Something mailed by a seller to a collector to match his stated interests; he can approve of or return the item.
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Plural form of credential: Documentary evidence of someone's right to credit or authority, especially such a document given to an ambassador by a country.
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The act of dignifying; exaltation.
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A farewell address in the form of a sermon delivered to a graduating class.
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The status of doctor
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Recognition of academic achievement
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An ornamental draping of cloth hung from the shoulders of an academic or ecclesiastical robe.
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The skin of a sheep either tanned with the fleece left on or in the form of leather or parchment.
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Of or relating to the scientific or historical comparison of different phenomena, institutions, or objects, such as languages, legal systems, or anatomical structures, in an effort to understand their origins or relationships.
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Optimistic or constructive:
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Of the highest order, quality, or degree; surpassing or superior to all others.
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A group of individuals who have, with the plaintiff in a civil action, a common interest in the subject, facts, and legal issues that the action is based on and who seek to collectively participate in the action so all their claims can be adjudicated in a single proceeding. For example, the passengers of a cruise ship who became ill due to the cruise line’s negligence may constitute a class.
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A numerical measure of a physical or chemical property that is constant for a system under specified conditions. The speed of light in a vacuum, for example, is a constant.
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The fraction of a complete cycle elapsed as measured from a specified reference point and often expressed as an angle.
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A place high in society, business, etc.
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A mechanical part or module.
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A fixed level, as for a price
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an award conferred by a college or university signifying that the recipient has satisfactorily completed a course of study
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a measure for arcs and angles
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The four Gospels combined into a single narrative.
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Any of the 32 points of a mariner's compass
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