Mean synonyms

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In an evil manner.
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Deficient or lacking in a specified resource or quality:
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To spoil or ruin (one's chance of success)
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To profess or claim as its meaning
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(Obsolete) To cast down; hence, to abase; to degrade; to lower; to debase. [Attested from around (1350 to 1470) until the late 17th century.]
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An intermediate level or degree:
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To carry or hold the meaning of; signify:
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Signify by some visible object; show by signs or tokens.
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To design for
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To signify; mean
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Something intermediate between extremes:
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To plan is defined as to develop a scheme or program to get something done.
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The definition of determine is to set limits, make a decision or find out exactly.
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To have as meaning
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Not clear or distinct; faint or undefined
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(Grammar) Not sounded, but serving to lengthen the preceding vowel, like the e in tune.
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The definition of vulgar is something that is in poor taste, that lacks in sophistication, that is rude or unrefined, or that is associated with the masses.
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(Slang) Showing great skill
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Hypocritical cunning or deception; double-dealing
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A mean act; as, to be guilty of a meanness.
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A middle place or degree.
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(Statistics) The quantity or value at the midpoint of a set of values, such that the variable is equally likely to fall above or below it; the middle value of a discrete series arranged in magnitude (the mean of the middle two terms when there is an even number of terms). [from 19th c.]
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(Mathematics) A point which divides a line segment into two lines of equal length.
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To mark; indicate:
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To be a sign or indication of; mean
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(Intransitive) To accumulate; to amount to.
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To show the need for; call for; make necessary
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having or showing an ignoble lack of honor or morality; - Edmund Burke; ; - Shakespeare
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To indicate indirectly or by allusion; hint; suggest; intimate
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To have as meaning
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(Idiomatic) to briefly mention.
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To mean, signify; to aim or tend to a point.
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To have as meaning
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To mention as something to think over, act on, etc.; bring to the mind for consideration
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To speak of or consider a matter prematurely
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To consider likely or certain:
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To design for a particular audience
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Used other than as an idiom: to separate or isolate.
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(Geometry) The point in the interior of any figure of any number of dimensions that has as its coordinates the arithmetic mean of the coordinates of all points on the perimeter of the figure (of all points in the interior for a center of volume).
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(Obs.) Contemptuous
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Deserving to be despised; contemptible
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Causing or deserving dishonor; not honorable; shameful; disgraceful
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Not noble; unbecoming true honor or dignity; mean; unworthy; fake or deceptive.
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Having duplicity; deceitful
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Not extreme
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(Archaic) Ungenerous, mean, or stingy.
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The definition of inconsequential is something unimportant or something that doesn't matter.
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Second-rate; poor:
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Small; unimposing
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That intervenes or mediates
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Of ordinary or undistinguished quality.
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The definition of menial describes something that doesn't require much skill or thought.
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Not extreme
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A US territory consisting of an atoll with two small islands in the central Pacific Ocean northwest of Honolulu. Discovered in 1859, Midway was annexed by the United States in 1867 and served as a naval air base until 1993. The American victory over the Japanese in the Battle of Midway (June 4–7, 1942) was a major turning point in the Pacific campaign of World War II.
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Being within reasonable limits; not excessive or extreme:
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So trifling or trivial as to be beneath one's consideration.
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Unrefined or coarse in nature or manner; common or vulgar:
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Relating to or characteristic of reptiles.
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A disease caused by vitamin C deficiency, characterized by bleeding of the gums, rupture of capillaries under the skin, loose teeth, and generalized weakness.
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Clothed with ragged, much worn, or soiled garments.
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Scanty or meager:
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Not appropriate or suited to one's appearance, status, character, etc.; unattractive, indecorous, etc.
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Lacking in or damaging to dignity
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To refer in a casual or indirect way (to)
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To set forth in words; state:
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To point out; mark out; indicate; specify
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To state or express indirectly:
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Of a claim or assertion in litigation, that it lacks merit or substance; often a pejorative term, implying bad faith or negligence by the pleading party.
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To design for a specific purpose:
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(Obsolete) Excellently.
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To lower in pride; make modest or humble in mind
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At a small price:
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To reduce in width or extent; make narrower.
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To establish or judge in reference to a norm:
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To par is defined as to score the standard score for a particular golf course.
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Have set as one's purpose; resolve to accomplish; intend; plan.
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To have or show the distinctive characteristics of; be typical of; exemplify
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Not distinguished by superior or noteworthy characteristics; average:
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(Sports) Very dangerous or difficult:
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Constituting or contributing to luxury; splendid, rich, comfortable, etc.
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The definition of polite is someone or something that exhibits consideration for others and socially acceptable behavior.
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1822, T. Creevey, Reminiscences, 28 Jul:
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Proceeding from or indicative of such a character; showing magnanimity:
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Of a leave, given to someone because of a domestic emergency.
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Relating to or being vibrations, especially musical tones, produced in one body by energy from a nearby vibrating body and having the same frequency as the vibration of the nearby body.
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Highly varied, developed, or complex:
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(Botany) Above the ovary; said of parts of the flower which, although normally below the ovary, adhere to it, and so appear to originate from its upper part; also of an ovary when the other floral organs are plainly below it in position, and free from it.
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In great quantity or abundance.
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The definition of lucky is someone who has good fortune, something that brings good fortune, or something that results from good fortune and chance.
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Costing or spending too much; wasteful
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Having qualities attributed to people of noble birth; noble-minded; gracious; magnanimous
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Minimum means the lowest amount or allowable amount of something.
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(Math.) The nth root of the product of n factors
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To connote is defined as to suggest or convey an additional meaning or a special importance to the usual meaning of a specific word.
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To direct or point, as a weapon, at a particular object; to direct, as a missile, an act, or a proceeding, at, to, or against an object; as, to aim a musket or an arrow, the fist or a blow (at something); to aim a satire or a reflection (at some person or vice).
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To have in mind as an intention or possibility:
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To make a graphic or schematic representation of (something), especially as a plan for its structure:
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To form a plan or intention for:
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To make a proposal; form or declare a purpose or design
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To aim something, especially a weapon, at (a target).
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(Now rare except in phrases) To concern oneself with, to pay attention to. [from 15th c.]
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That by which something is accomplished or some end achieved.
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An active power or cause; that which has the power to produce an effect; as, a physical, chemical, or medicinal agent; as, heat is a powerful agent.
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A device for recording, measuring, or controlling, especially such a device functioning as part of a control system.
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(Countable) Something that is instrumental; an instrument
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Instruments for a specific purpose.
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An agent acting as a mediator between sides that may disagree.
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Pulley - Effective in transferring large amounts of weight.
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An instrument or means of communication, especially a periodical issued by a political party, business firm, or other group.
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All things, such as money, property, or goods, having economic value.
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The definition of capital is wealth used to create more wealth, a upper case letter, the place where an official government seat is located, or the primary place where an industry is located.
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The turns of luck in the course of one's life.
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The ability to deal with a difficult or troublesome situation effectively; resourcefulness:
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Goods and resources having value in terms of exchange or use:
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Of or constituting a single source controlling all components of a system:
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The definition of medial is in the middle, near the axis, or average.
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Being the part in the middle or center:
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Characterized by the avoidance of extremes, as in politics or matters of taste
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Present participle of mean.
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Simple past tense and past participle of plan
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Something, as a type, number, quantity, or degree, that represents a midpoint between extremes on a scale of valuation
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(Uncountable, plural only) Resources; riches.
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All things, such as money, property, or goods, having economic value.
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Not extreme
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The value obtained by dividing the sum of a set of quantities by the number of quantities in the set. For example, if there are three test scores 70, 83, and 90, the arithmetic mean of the scores is their sum (243) divided by the number of scores (3), or 81.
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So mean, petty, or paltry as to deserve contempt.
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Small in quantity; meager:
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Of, relating to, or characteristic of a miser; avaricious or penurious.
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Leaving little empty space through compression; compact:
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Causing or deserving hate; loathsome; detestable; odious
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an average of n numbers computed by adding some function of the numbers and dividing by some function of n
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To call to mind; remember:
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To create in one's mind; to originate an idea through thought.
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(Idiomatic) To consider, to contemplate, to intend.
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Symbolize is to represent or be a sign of something.
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To envelop, enfold, entangle, or embarrass.
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Having coarse, unrefined, vulgar demeanor.
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Marked by no peculiar quality; not distinguished; ordinary:
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Harsh in judgment; unkind.
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The (mis)behaviour of a knave, boyish mischief.
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The behavior of a rascal.
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To base is defined as to make a determination, to create groundwork or to place something somewhere.
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To arrange, in the manner of a broker
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