Another word for rank
Having luxurious growth
wild, dense, lush, vigorous, tall of growth, tropical, semitropical, overabundant, jungly, fertile, rich, productive, high-growing, fructiferous, coarse, overgrown, luxuriant, exuberant, profuse, prolific, lavish, excessive, rampant, extreme; see also green 2, thick 1.
Having a foul odor
smelly, fetid, putrid, stinking, rancid, disagreeable, smelling, offensive, sour, foul, fusty, noisome, noxious, stale, tainted, gamy, musty, strong, putrescent, rotten, moldy, high, ill-smelling, turned, nauseating, obnoxious, disgusting, reeking, mephitic, malodorous, ordurous, nasty, feculent, strong-smelling, graveolent.
station, position, status, distinction, note, nobility, class, caste, privilege, standing, reputation, quality, situation, esteem, condition, state, place, place in society, circumstance, footing, grade, blood, family, pedigree, ancestry, stock, parentage, birth.
To arrange in a row or rows
To evaluate comparatively
To possess relative evaluation
be worth, stand, have a place, head, go ahead of, go before, be anterior to, come first, forerun, antecede, have supremacy over, have the advantage of, precede, outrank, take the lead, take precedence, belong, count among, be classed, stand in relationship.
Another word for ranknoun
Positioning of one individual vis-Ã -vis others:footing, place, position, situation, standing, station, status. See place
A division of persons or things by quality, rank, or grade:bracket, class, grade, league, order, tier. See group, value
A group of people or things arranged in a row:column, file, line, queue, row1, string, tier. See group
To assign to a class or classes:categorize, class, classify, distribute, grade, group, pigeonhole, place, range, rate1. See group, value