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A spherical or almost spherical body:
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  1. A spherical or almost spherical body:
  2. Such an object moving, thrown, hit, or kicked in a particular manner:
  3. A throw or pitch of a ball
A small spherical mass, especially a small drop of liquid.
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  1. A small spherical mass, especially a small drop of liquid.
  2. A tiny ball or globe; esp., a drop of liquid
(Archaic) Something of circular form; a circle or orbit.
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  1. (Archaic) Something of circular form; a circle or orbit.
  2. A small globe with a cross on top, as a symbol of royal power
  3. One of a series of concentric transparent spheres thought by ancient and medieval astronomers to revolve about the earth and carry the celestial bodies.
The upper atmosphere, esp. with reference to its appearance
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  1. The upper atmosphere, esp. with reference to its appearance
  2. The highest level or degree:
  3. The atmosphere, as seen from a given point on the Earth's surface. The sky appears to be blue because the wavelengths associated with blue light are scattered more easily than those that are associated with the other colors.
The parts of a country removed from the capital and the populated, cultural centers
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  1. The parts of a country removed from the capital and the populated, cultural centers
  2. A territory governed as an administrative or political unit of a country or empire.
  3. An area of knowledge, activity, or interest:
An enclosing line or boundary; a circumference:
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  1. An enclosing line or boundary; a circumference:
  2. Range or scope, as of understanding, perception, or authority:
  3. A device used to determine geographical direction, usually consisting of a magnetic needle mounted on a pivot, aligning itself naturally with the Earth's magnetic field so that it points to the Earth's geomagnetic north or south pole.
A territorial area over which political or economic influence is wielded by one nation.
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  1. A territorial area over which political or economic influence is wielded by one nation.
  2. The area (literal or figurative) influenced by a country, person, etc.
An occupation, profession, or social class:
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  1. An occupation, profession, or social class:
  2. (Idiomatic) An occupation, role, social class, or lifestyle.
An area or region where business activities are conducted:
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  1. An area or region where business activities are conducted:
  2. The scene or an area of military operations or maneuvers:
  3. A meadow:
(Archaic) An external boundary; a circuit.
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  1. (Archaic) An external boundary; a circuit.
  2. The limits or scope; bounds
  3. Sphere or scope, as of influence.
A device used to determine geographical direction, usually consisting of a magnetic needle mounted on a pivot, aligning itself naturally with the Earth's magnetic field so that it points to the Earth's geomagnetic north or south pole.
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  1. A device used to determine geographical direction, usually consisting of a magnetic needle mounted on a pivot, aligning itself naturally with the Earth's magnetic field so that it points to the Earth's geomagnetic north or south pole.
  2. Range or scope, as of understanding, perception, or authority:
  3. Full extent or range; reach; scope; specif., range of tones, as of a voice
The act of extending or the condition of being extended:
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  1. The act of extending or the condition of being extended:
  2. Any of the telephones connected to a PBX or other telephone system, each having a number assigned for direct calling; also, the number so assigned
  3. The amount or degree to which something is or can be extended; range; extent
An extensive space or area:
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  1. An extensive space or area:
  2. Range or limits of anything; scope; coverage
  3. The range, magnitude, or distance over which a thing extends:
The sphere of influence, as of a nation
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  1. The sphere of influence, as of a nation
  2. The path followed by a celestial body or artificial satellite as it revolves around another body due to the force of gravity. Orbits are nearly elliptical or circular in shape and are very closely approximated by Kepler's laws of planetary motion.
  3. The range or extent of one's experience or activity
The main part of a statute, as distinguished from its preamble or post script; scope; area of operation. The main part of a statute, as distinguished from its preamble or post script; scope; area of operation.
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  1. The main part of a statute, as distinguished from its preamble or post script; scope; area of operation. The main part of a statute, as distinguished from its preamble or post script; scope; area of operation.
  2. Range of sight or understanding
  3. The extent or range of activity, function, power, or competence; scope.
The difference between the smallest and largest values in a set of data. If the lowest test score of a group of students is 54 and the highest is 94, the range is 40.
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  1. The difference between the smallest and largest values in a set of data. If the lowest test score of a group of students is 54 and the highest is 94, the range is 40.
  2. The area or sphere in which an activity takes place:
  3. The maximum extent or distance limiting operation, action, or effectiveness, as of a sound, radio signal, instrument, firearm, or aircraft:
A continuous, uninterrupted extent or stretch
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  1. A continuous, uninterrupted extent or stretch
  2. The distance or extent covered in stretching, obtaining, influencing, etc.
  3. Range or scope of influence or effect:
(Ecol.) Any of the primary biogeographic regions of the earth
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  1. (Ecol.) Any of the primary biogeographic regions of the earth
  2. An area or sphere, as of knowledge or activity:
  3. A region; sphere; area
The range or extent of action, inquiry, etc., or of an activity, concept, etc.
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  1. The range or extent of action, inquiry, etc., or of an activity, concept, etc.
  2. The extent of the mind's grasp; range of perception or understanding
  3. The range of one's perceptions, thoughts, or actions:
Range or scope:
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  1. Range or scope:
  2. Range or scope
  3. Extent or range; stretch; reach
A regular movement up or down, as in stock prices.
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  1. A regular movement up or down, as in stock prices.
  2. The course, development, or movement of some activity, business, etc.
  3. (Politics) In an election, the increase or decrease in the number of votes for opposition parties compared with votes for the incumbent party.
Find another word for sphere. In this page you can discover 26 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for sphere, like: ball, globule, orb, heavens, sky, planetary sphere, primum mobile (Latin), province, compass, sphere-of-influence and walk-of-life.