Meaning of ABSOLUTE in English

ABSOLUTE

adjective

1.

Synonyms: perfect 2, flawless, fleckless, impeccable, indefectible, note-perfect, unflawed

Related Word: pure, sheer, simple

Contrasted words: circumscribed, limited, partial, restricted

2.

Synonyms: pure 2, perfect, sheer, simple, unadulterated, unalloyed, undiluted, unmitigated, unmixed, unqualified

Related Word: abstract, ideal; real, true

Contrasted words: imperfect, incomplete

Antonyms: mixed, qualified

3.

Synonyms: utter , complete, consummate, downright, out-and-out, outright, perfect, positive, thoroughgoing, unmitigated

4.

exercising power or authority without external restraint

an absolute monarch

Synonyms: arbitrary, autarchic, autocratic, despotic, monocratic, tyrannical, tyrannous; compare totalitarian 1

Related Word: dictatorial, magisterial; authoritarian, totalitarian; domineering, imperious, masterful; plenipotential, plenipotentiary, unlimited

Contrasted words: circumscribed, limited, restrained, restricted; constitutional, lawful

5.

Synonyms: actual 2, factual, genuine, hard, positive, sure-enough

6.

Synonyms: ultimate 3, categorical

Related Word: ideal, transcendent, transcendental; autonomous, free, independent, sovereign; boundless, eternal, infinite

Contrasted words: circumscribed, limited, restricted; conditional, contingent, dependent

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