Other Words for Quality

Quality Verb Synonyms
eminence, prominence, importance, excellence, superiority, distinction, standing, supremacy, dignity, grandeur, nobility, blue blood
Despite her shabby appearance, from her bearing and speech the woman was clearly a person of quality.

property, attribute, characteristic, mark, distinction, je ne sais quoi, trait
Can you describe the qualities needed to be a good musician? .

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Mark / Property

Age Of Diurnal Inequality

Science / Tides and Currents / Age Of Diurnal Inequality: The time interval between the maximum semimonthly north or south declination of the Moon and the maximum effect of declination upon range of tide or speed of the tidal current. The age may be computed MORE

Age Of Parallax Inequality

Science / Tides and Currents / Age Of Parallax Inequality: The time interval be tween perigee of the Moon and the maximum effect of parallax upon range of tide or speed of the tidal current. This age may be computed from the harmonic constants by the formula: MORE

Water Quality Initiative

Business / Agriculture / Water Quality Initiative: A multi-agency effort, initiated by USDA in 1990, to determine relationships between agricultural activities and water quality, and develop and implement strategies that protect surface and groundwate MORE

Quality Link

Business / Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Quality Link: Search engines count links votes of trust. Quality links count more than low quality links. There are a variety of ways to define what a quality link is, but the following are characteristics of a hig MORE

Age Of Phase Inequality

Science / Tides and Currents / Age Of Phase Inequality: The time interval between new or full Moon and the maximum effect of these phases upon range of tide or speed of the tidal current. This age may be computed from the harmonic constants by the formula: MORE

Parallax Inequality

Science / Tides and Currents / Parallax Inequality: The variation in the range of tide or in the speed of a tidal current due to changes in the distance of the Moon from the Earth. The range of tide and speed of the current tend alternately to increase MORE

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