Priority synonyms

prī-ôr'ĭ-tē, -ŏr'-
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Precedence is defined as the thing that comes first, has the highest ranking or has a higher priority because of superiority.
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A giving of priority or advantage to one person, country, etc. over others, as in payment of debts or granting of credit
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The quality of being previous.
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An instance of this
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(Geology) A geologic process that explain how and why antecedent rivers can cut through mountain systems instead of going around them.
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A rhetorical device in which the speaker emphasizes something by omitting it.
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The condition of being early
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Alternative spelling of preeminence.
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(Fencing, uncountable) The priority granted to the first person to properly execute an attack.
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Any condition, circumstance, opportunity or means, particularly favorable to success, or to any desired end.
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precede (plural precedes) Brief editorial preface (usually to an article or essay)
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The state of being anterior or preceding in time or in situation; priority.
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A position in which one has control or power; supremacy; domination
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The prescribed form or customary procedure, as in a meeting or court of law:
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The manner in which a person or thing is placed or posed, or the manner in which parts are arranged [a dog in a sitting position]; specif., any of various customary postures assumed by an individual [the lotus position] or a couple [the missionary position]
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An official position or grade:
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The state or quality of being senior; precedence in birth, rank, etc.
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Urgency is defined as something requiring fast or swift action, or it means insistent or having a persistent quality.
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The condition of being posterior (in any sense)
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The property of lack of importance.
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Find another word for priority. In this page you can discover 24 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for priority, like: precedence, preference, previousness, superiority, antecedence, precedency, , preterition, earliness, pre-eminence and right of way.