Rife synonyms

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Affecting a large area (e.g. the entire land or body); broad in extent.
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Having no special designation, status, or rank:
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The definition of numerous is something that has many elements or that is large in number.
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(Rare) Stronger, more effective, etc.; dominant
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Of or relating to the cultivation of vast areas of land with a minimum of labor or expense.
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(Usage Problem) Complete:
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Given or poured forth freely and abundantly
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The definition of prevailing is something with the most widespread influence or acceptance at the present time.
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Complete in every particular:
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(Mathematics) Being an abundant number, i.e. less than the sum of all of its divisors except itself. [First attested in the mid 16th century.]
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Marked by or involving direct participation:
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In existence or operation; active:
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The definition of current is something that is happening now or something that is up to date.
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Widespread
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(Of an erection) Extremely aroused, rock hard, long lasting, insatiable
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(Architecture) Springing from a support or an abutment that is higher at one side than at the other:
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Widespread
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Widespread
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Completely without; empty or destitute (of)
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The definition of scarce is a situation where there is too little of something or where something exists only in very small numbers.
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Ranked near the beginning of an ascending series or scale:
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Most common or conspicuous; main or prevalent:
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Dominant, holding sway; holding particular power or influence. [from 17th c.]
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Intended for, applying to, or acting on a particular thing:
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Of great significance; momentous:
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(Informal, dated) Very amusing.
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Characterized by an overabundance of blood.
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Most abundant or conspicuous; predominant:
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