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synonyms for absolutes

  • cap
  • ceiling
  • check
  • curb
  • deadline
  • maximum
  • restraint
  • restriction
  • absolute
  • border
  • bound
  • bourne
  • brim
  • brink
  • circumscription
  • conclusion
  • confinement
  • confines
  • destination
  • edge
  • end
  • extremity
  • fence
  • finality
  • goal
  • limitation
  • margin
  • obstruction
  • rim
  • termination
  • tops
  • ultimate
  • utmost
  • verge
  • bitter end
  • bottom line
  • breaking point
  • cutoff point
  • end point
  • farthest point
  • farthest reach
  • the max
  • the most

antonyms for absolutes

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  • freedom
  • liberation
  • minimum
  • beginning
  • center
  • commencement
  • inside
  • interior
  • middle
  • opening
  • start
  • infinity
  • limitlessness
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How to use absolutes in a sentence

So by its very nature it belongs to the class of the absolutes.
PREACHING AND PAGANISMALBERT PARKER FITCH
Old world and New world are not mere relatives; they are as near absolutes as anything.
LETTERS FROM CHINA AND JAPANJOHN DEWEY
The adverb will then sink to the estate of a mere inflectional particle, as one has done in the absolutes of the thisn-group.
THE AMERICAN LANGUAGEHENRY L. MENCKEN
The essences, or absolutes of these ideas, necessarily dispel their opposites which belong with evil, disorder and discord.
THE WORLD I LIVE INHELEN KELLER
Here was a man whose life had been a search for certainties, absolutes that would not shift under the weight of his questioning.
EIGHT KEYS TO EDENMARK IRVIN CLIFTON
Whosen is obviously the offspring of the other absolutes in n.
THE AMERICAN LANGUAGEHENRY L. MENCKEN
No breath from the class-rooms agitated by Einstein can shake his faith in these absolutes.
PAINTED WINDOWSHAROLD BEGBIE
An absolute cause must be one in order to be absolute; two absolutes is a contradiction.
THE THEISTIC CONCEPTION OF THE WORLDB. F. (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN) COCKER
I didn't go to the door with him; I scarcely looked up from Boy's ablative absolutes.
THE BACILLUS OF BEAUTYHARRIET STARK
As we have seen, he dealt in absolutes: either power was given to an unlimited extent or it was withheld altogether.
JOHN MARSHALL AND THE CONSTITUTIONEDWARD S. CORWIN
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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