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Big or fat and coarse-looking; corpulent; obese
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  1. Big or fat and coarse-looking; corpulent; obese
  2. So obvious or conspicuous as to cause or heighten offense:
  3. (Archaic) Evident; obvious
  1. Situated at the most distant limit; farthest
  2. Of the highest or greatest degree, amount, or intensity; most extreme:
  3. The most extreme; ultimate; greatest
Forming or occurring at the end; last:
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  1. Forming or occurring at the end; last:
  2. Of or constituting the end result of a succession or process; ultimate:
  3. Not to be changed or reconsidered; unalterable:
Fundamental; elemental:
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  1. Fundamental; elemental:
  2. Representing or exhibiting the greatest possible development or sophistication:
  3. Utmost; extreme:
  1. Far
  2. (Rare) Most extended; longest
  3. Superlative form of far: most far Most distant in time, space or degree.
Arising from or going to a root or source; basic:
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  1. Arising from or going to a root or source; basic:
  2. (Medicine) Relating to or being surgery that is extreme or drastic in an effort to eradicate all existing or potential disease:
  3. Favoring fundamental or extreme change; specif., favoring basic change in the social or economic structure
Severe or violent; inclement
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  1. Severe or violent; inclement
  2. Drinking too much alcoholic liquor
  3. Not temperate or moderate, especially in rhetoric or tone; unrestrained:
Exceeding normal or appropriate bounds; inordinate:
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  1. Exceeding normal or appropriate bounds; inordinate:
  2. Excessive or lacking, not consistent
  3. Not moderate; without restraint; unreasonable, excessive, etc.
Unwise or indiscreet; not prudent.
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  1. Unwise or indiscreet; not prudent.
  2. Not prudent; without thought of the consequences; lacking in judgment or caution; rash; indiscreet
Characterized by excess; being too much or too great; immoderate; inordinate
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  1. Characterized by excess; being too much or too great; immoderate; inordinate
  2. Exceeding a normal, usual, reasonable, or proper limit.
Exceeding reasonable limits; immoderate.
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  1. Exceeding reasonable limits; immoderate.
  2. Disordered; not regulated
  3. Lacking restraint or moderation; too great or too many; immoderate
  1. Vast
  2. That cannot be measured; boundless
  3. Impossible to measure; limitless.
Giving or given freely and abundantly; extravagant:
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  1. Giving or given freely and abundantly; extravagant:
  2. In great quantity or abundance.
  3. Giving or pouring forth freely; generous, often to excess
Extremely abundant; profuse:
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  1. Extremely abundant; profuse:
  2. Going beyond reasonable limits; excessive or unrestrained
  3. Costing or spending too much; wasteful
Going beyond what is reasonable or customary, especially in cost or price:
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  1. Going beyond what is reasonable or customary, especially in cost or price:
(Obsolete) Flaming; blazing.
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  1. (Obsolete) Flaming; blazing.
  2. Conspicuously bad, offensive, or reprehensible:
  3. Glaringly bad; notorious; outrageous
Having the nature of, involving, or doing great injury or wrong
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  1. Having the nature of, involving, or doing great injury or wrong
  2. Being well beyond the bounds of good taste:
  3. Extremely unusual or unconventional; extraordinary:
Not determined by reason; capricious; arbitrary; irrational.
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  1. Not determined by reason; capricious; arbitrary; irrational.
  2. Unsupported by a valid exception to requirements of a warrant; for example, unreasonable search and seizure.
  3. Having or showing little sense or judgment; not rational
Being a syllable in Greek and Latin prosody whose length does not fit the metric pattern.
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  1. Being a syllable in Greek and Latin prosody whose length does not fit the metric pattern.
  2. Lacking the power to reason
  3. Marked by a lack of accord with reason or sound judgment:
Not consistent with established truth, fact, or rule; incorrect:
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  1. Not consistent with established truth, fact, or rule; incorrect:
  2. Not suitable for or consistent with the purpose or circumstances; poorly adapted; unfit
  3. Not in accordance with the truth, fact, or rule; wrong; incorrect
Not adhering to convention; out of the ordinary.
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  1. Not adhering to convention; out of the ordinary.
  2. Out of the ordinary
  3. Not conventional; not conforming to customary, formal, or accepted practices, standards, rules, etc.
Hard to believe; incredible; astounding
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  1. Hard to believe; incredible; astounding
  2. Barely credible; astonishing:
  3. Extremely pleasing or successful:
(Obs.) With the first last and the last first; inverted
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  1. (Obs.) With the first last and the last first; inverted
  2. So contrary to nature, reason, or common sense as to be laughable; absurd; ridiculous
Very bad:
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  1. Very bad:
  2. Of or like an abyss; bottomless; unfathomable
  3. Wretched to the point of despair; immeasurably bad
Superlative form of great: most great
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  1. Superlative form of great: most great
Absolute; utter:
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  1. Absolute; utter:
  2. That is completely (the thing specified); out-and-out; absolute
  3. Very exact, accurate, or painstaking, esp. with regard to details
Going back a considerable extent in time:
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  1. Going back a considerable extent in time:
  2. More distant than another:
  3. Far-seeing and comprehensive in thought or outlook:
(Idiomatic) Not in a proper or pleasing relation to other things, especially in terms of size.
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  1. (Idiomatic) Not in a proper or pleasing relation to other things, especially in terms of size.
(Law) Complete and unconditional; final:
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  1. (Law) Complete and unconditional; final:
  2. Perfect; complete; whole
  3. Of, relating to, or being a transitive verb when its object is implied but not stated. For example, inspires in We have a teacher who inspires is an absolute verb.
Going beyond the usual limit; excessive; extreme, esp. in opinions
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  1. Going beyond the usual limit; excessive; extreme, esp. in opinions
  2. Immoderately adhering to a belief, fashion, or course of action; extreme.
Unreasonably enthusiastic; overly zealous
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  1. Unreasonably enthusiastic; overly zealous
  2. Possessed with or motivated by excessive, irrational zeal.
  3. Having an extreme, irrational zeal or enthusiasm for a specific cause
Fanatic or unreasonably zealous in beliefs, opinions, or pursuits
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  1. Fanatic or unreasonably zealous in beliefs, opinions, or pursuits
  2. Extremely zealous or enthusiastic; fanatical:
  3. Of or affected by rabies.
Excessively enthusiastic:
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  1. Excessively enthusiastic:
  2. Too zealous; too enthusiastic, determined; too fervent.
Suffering or driven by great need or distress:
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  1. Suffering or driven by great need or distress:
  2. Nearly hopeless; critical:
  3. Offering so little chance, as for improvement, as to cause despair; extremely dangerous or serious
Causing great discomfort, damage, or distress:
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  1. Causing great discomfort, damage, or distress:
  2. Unsparing, harsh, or strict, as in treatment of others:
  3. Extremely difficult to perform or endure; trying:
Possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to an extreme degree:
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  1. Possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to an extreme degree:
  2. Having or showing strong emotion, firm purpose, great seriousness, etc.
  3. Involving or showing strain or extreme effort:
Not loose or vague; exact or precise:
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  1. Not loose or vague; exact or precise:
  2. Conforming completely to established rule, principle, or condition:
  3. Perfect; absolute; entire
  1. Extreme; severe.
  2. Extreme in effect; severe or radical:
  3. Acting with force; having a strong or violent effect; severe; harsh; extreme
Absolute; downright; unqualified; utter
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  1. Absolute; downright; unqualified; utter
  2. Considered or operating apart from anything else:
  3. Completely such, without qualification or exception:
Of, relating to, or constituting the whole amount; entire:
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  1. Of, relating to, or constituting the whole amount; entire:
  2. Complete; entire; undivided.
  3. Complete; utter; absolute:
Being at a higher level than others:
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  1. Being at a higher level than others:
  2. Ahead or beyond others in progress, complexity, etc.
  3. Far along in course or time:
Extreme; intense; very strong
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  1. Extreme; intense; very strong
  2. Causing or intending to cause damage, injury, or death, often when involving great force:
  3. Characterized by extreme emotion, especially anger:
Abrupt or acute:
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  1. Abrupt or acute:
  2. Suitable for use in cutting or piercing; having a very thin edge or fine point; keen
  3. Having clear form and detail:
Extremely sharp or severe; intense:
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  1. Extremely sharp or severe; intense:
  2. Very serious; critical; crucial
  3. Afflicted by a disease exhibiting a rapid onset followed by a short, severe course:
Existing in or constructed from fantasy; of or relating to fantasy; fanciful.
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  1. Existing in or constructed from fantasy; of or relating to fantasy; fanciful.
  2. Strange or fanciful in form, conception, or appearance:
  3. Wonderful; marvelous; excellent; extraordinarily good or great (used especially as an intensifier).
Lacking intelligible meaning:
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  1. Lacking intelligible meaning:
  2. Unintelligible, foolish, silly, absurd, etc.
  3. Without sense; unmeaning; absurd; foolish; irrational; preposterous.
Lacking the proper or required qualifications:
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  1. Lacking the proper or required qualifications:
  2. Not limited or modified; absolute
  3. Lacking the necessary or desirable qualifications; not fit
Impossible to take seriously; silly:
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  1. Impossible to take seriously; silly:
  2. Extremely unreasonable, incongruous, or inappropriate:
  3. Of, relating to, or manifesting the view that there is no order or meaning in human life or in the universe.
Extremely immoral or cruel:
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  1. Extremely immoral or cruel:
  2. Having the character or appearance of a monster
  3. Very unnatural or abnormal in shape, type, or character
Unqualified; out-and-out; absolute
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  1. Unqualified; out-and-out; absolute
  2. Not diminished or moderated in intensity or severity; unrelieved:
  3. Without qualification or exception; absolute:
Designating or of any of a set of six functions (hyperbolic sine, hyperbolic cosine, etc.) related to the hyperbola in a manner similar to that by which the trigonometric functions are related to the circle
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  1. Designating or of any of a set of six functions (hyperbolic sine, hyperbolic cosine, etc.) related to the hyperbola in a manner similar to that by which the trigonometric functions are related to the circle
  2. Indicates that the specified function is a hyperbolic function rather than a trigonometric function.
  3. Of or relating to a geometric system in which two or more lines can be drawn through any point in a plane and not intersect a given line in the plane.
That has been described as greater than it actually is; abnormally increased or enlarged.
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  1. That has been described as greater than it actually is; abnormally increased or enlarged.
Having or exercising considerable authority, control, or influence:
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  1. Having or exercising considerable authority, control, or influence:
  2. Conspicuous in position, wealth, or importance; prominent:
  3. Far advanced in pregnancy (with)
(Informal) Great; extreme:
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  1. (Informal) Great; extreme:
  2. Having unlimited power; all-powerful
  3. Having absolute power; all-powerful:
(Informal) Outstanding; exceptionally fine
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  1. (Informal) Outstanding; exceptionally fine
  2. Excellent; first-rate:
  3. Very large, great, or extreme:
Having a strong, swift, steady force or movement:
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  1. Having a strong, swift, steady force or movement:
  2. (Nautical) Not heeling over much in spite of great wind or the press of the sail.
  3. (Naut.) Not tending to lean or tilt to one side even in strong winds or when carrying much sail
(Informal) Unreasonably high or great; exorbitant; excessive
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  1. (Informal) Unreasonably high or great; exorbitant; excessive
  2. Ambitious; difficult:
  3. Extreme; exaggerated
Crazy, excited, or unrestrained:
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  1. Crazy, excited, or unrestrained:
  2. Using an exaggerated, highly subjective style, as in journalism:
  3. (Journalism) Using an unconventional, exaggerated and highly subjective style, often when the reporter takes part in the events of the story.
Violating acceptable rules or standards, as of behavior.
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  1. Violating acceptable rules or standards, as of behavior.
  2. Being or occurring beyond the designated boundaries, as of the playing area in a sport.
(Informal) Unconventional, experimental, nonconformist, esoteric, etc.
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  1. (Informal) Unconventional, experimental, nonconformist, esoteric, etc.
  2. (US, slang) out of the mainstream of society
  3. Very unconventional, unusual, or strange.
Extremely unconventional:
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  1. Extremely unconventional:
  2. (Informal) Very advanced, experimental, or nonconformist; esp., avant-garde
Elevation or distance above a given level, as above the surface of the earth or sea; altitude
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  1. Elevation or distance above a given level, as above the surface of the earth or sea; altitude
  2. The condition or attribute of being relatively or sufficiently high or tall:
  3. The point of highest intensity; the climax:
The point farthest from the earth in the orbit of the moon or of a man-made satellite
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  1. The point farthest from the earth in the orbit of the moon or of a man-made satellite
  2. The point in an orbit that is most distant from the body being orbited.
  3. The farthest or highest point; the apex:
The greatest possible amount, degree, or extent; the maximum:
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  1. The greatest possible amount, degree, or extent; the maximum:
  2. The most or the greatest that is possible; extreme limit or degree
  3. Maximum; greatest possible amount or quantity.
The greatest value of a mathematical function, if it has such a value.
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  1. The greatest value of a mathematical function, if it has such a value.
  2. (Mathematics) The greatest value assumed by a function over a given interval.
  3. The highest degree or point (of a varying quantity, as temperature) reached or recorded; upper limit of variation
  1. Far
  2. (Rare) Most extended; longest
  3. Superlative form of far: most far Most distant in time, space or degree.
Most distant or remote.
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  1. Most distant or remote.
  2. Most far; farthest.
Most distant; farthest
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  1. Most distant; farthest
  2. Superlative form of far: most far A synonym of farthest.
  3. Most distant in degree, time, or space:
Farthest outside; as far from the center or inside as possible.
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  1. Farthest outside; as far from the center or inside as possible.
  2. Superlative form of outer: most outer
  3. Located farthest without
Farthest outside; as far from the center or inside as possible.
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  1. Farthest outside; as far from the center or inside as possible.
  2. Superlative form of out: most out
  3. Farthest out; outermost.
Representing or exhibiting the greatest possible development or sophistication:
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  1. Representing or exhibiting the greatest possible development or sophistication:
  2. Fundamental; elemental:
  3. Utmost; extreme:
  1. Situated at the most distant limit; farthest
  2. Of the highest or greatest degree, amount, or intensity; most extreme:
  3. The most extreme; ultimate; greatest
Outermost.
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  1. Outermost.
  2. Extreme; utmost; being; in the farthest, greatest, or highest degree.
  3. Utmost
Greatest in power, authority, or rank; paramount or dominant.
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  1. Greatest in power, authority, or rank; paramount or dominant.
  2. Final; ultimate
  3. Ultimate; final:
(Theol.) Existing apart from the material universe
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  1. (Theol.) Existing apart from the material universe
  2. In Kant's theory of knowledge, being beyond the limits of experience and hence unknowable.
  3. Surpassing others; preeminent or supreme.
Of the greatest possible size or significance; maximum:
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  1. Of the greatest possible size or significance; maximum:
  2. Fundamental; elemental:
  3. Utmost; extreme:
  1. Situated at the most distant limit; farthest
  2. Of the highest or greatest degree, amount, or intensity; most extreme:
  3. The most extreme; ultimate; greatest
Outermost.
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  1. Outermost.
  2. Utmost
  3. Extreme; utmost; being; in the farthest, greatest, or highest degree.
Characterized by excess; being too much or too great; immoderate; inordinate
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  1. Characterized by excess; being too much or too great; immoderate; inordinate
  2. Exceeding a normal, usual, reasonable, or proper limit.
Going beyond what is reasonable or customary, especially in cost or price:
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  1. Going beyond what is reasonable or customary, especially in cost or price:
Extremely abundant; profuse:
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  1. Extremely abundant; profuse:
  2. Costing or spending too much; wasteful
  3. Exceeding reasonable bounds:
Exceeding normal or appropriate bounds; inordinate:
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  1. Exceeding normal or appropriate bounds; inordinate:
  2. Not moderate; without restraint; unreasonable, excessive, etc.
  3. Excessive or lacking, not consistent
Exceeding reasonable limits; immoderate.
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  1. Exceeding reasonable limits; immoderate.
  2. Disordered; not regulated
  3. Lacking restraint or moderation; too great or too many; immoderate
Too much; excessive.
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  1. Too much; excessive.
Not yet due or payable, as a debt
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  1. Not yet due or payable, as a debt
  2. Exceeding what is appropriate or normal; excessive:
  3. Excessive; immoderate
Having an extreme, irrational zeal or enthusiasm for a specific cause
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  1. Having an extreme, irrational zeal or enthusiasm for a specific cause
  2. Possessed with or motivated by excessive, irrational zeal.
  3. Unreasonably enthusiastic; overly zealous
Extremely zealous or enthusiastic; fanatical:
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  1. Extremely zealous or enthusiastic; fanatical:
  2. Fanatic or unreasonably zealous in beliefs, opinions, or pursuits
  3. Violent; raging
(Medicine) Relating to or being surgery that is extreme or drastic in an effort to eradicate all existing or potential disease:
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  1. (Medicine) Relating to or being surgery that is extreme or drastic in an effort to eradicate all existing or potential disease:
  2. (Botany) Of, relating to, or arising from a root:
  3. Relating to or advocating fundamental or revolutionary changes in current practices, conditions, or institutions:
Of or pertaining to a revolution in government; tending to, or promoting, revolution; as, revolutionary war; revolutionary measures; revolutionary agitators.
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  1. Of or pertaining to a revolution in government; tending to, or promoting, revolution; as, revolutionary war; revolutionary measures; revolutionary agitators.
  2. Bringing about or supporting a political or social revolution:
  3. Marked by or resulting in radical change:
Going beyond the usual limit; excessive; extreme, esp. in opinions
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  1. Going beyond the usual limit; excessive; extreme, esp. in opinions
  2. Immoderately adhering to a belief, fashion, or course of action; extreme.
Extremely unconventional:
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  1. Extremely unconventional:
  2. (Informal) Very advanced, experimental, or nonconformist; esp., avant-garde
The point in time when an action, event, or phenomenon ceases or is completed; the conclusion:
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  1. The point in time when an action, event, or phenomenon ceases or is completed; the conclusion:
  2. The outside or extreme edge or physical limit; a boundary:
  3. The ultimate extent; the very limit:
The measure of how long a thing is; measurement of anything from end to end; the greatest of the two or three dimensions of anything
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  1. The measure of how long a thing is; measurement of anything from end to end; the greatest of the two or three dimensions of anything
  2. (Horse racing) The length of a horse, used to indicate the distance between horses at the end of a race.
  3. Extent or distance from beginning to end:
The greatest or least amount, number, or extent allowed or possible:
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  1. The greatest or least amount, number, or extent allowed or possible:
  2. A number or point for which, from a given set of numbers or points, one can choose an arbitrarily close number or point. For example, for the set of all real numbers greater than zero and less than one, the numbers one and zero are limit points, since one can pick a number from the set arbitrarily close to one or zero (even though one and zero are not themselves in the set). Limits form the basis for calculus , where a number L is defined to be the limit approached by a function f(x) as x approaches a if, for every positive number Ɛ, there exists a number ẟ such that | f(x)−L | < Ɛ if 0 < | x−a | < ẟ.
  3. The point, line, or edge where something ends or must end; boundary or border beyond which something ceases to be or to be possible
The point, edge, or line beyond which something ends, may not go, or is not allowed:
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  1. The point, edge, or line beyond which something ends, may not go, or is not allowed:
  2. The greatest or least amount, number, or extent allowed or possible:
  3. Legal limit
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