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The timing of when to open a highway depends on when the concrete mix is cured.

Silver Line contractor pleads guilty to falsifying concrete quality testsThe company later settled a separate civil case brought by the Justice Department and the commonwealth of Virginia for $1 million.

As far as concrete legislation reforming Section 230, recent efforts have been scattered.

Organizers, activists, and advocates are offering many concrete policy recommendations across this country right now that could lead to prison industrial complex abolition.

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The most concrete message out of all that communication is that existing Nest Secure users will have at least one more chance to stock up on hardware soon.

The concreteness of experience is infinite, the resources of the richest language are strictly limited.

The untruth of a painting or a photograph is that, in spite of its concreteness, it drops the element of natural succession.

The elasticity, the concreteness, of your temperament fertilised the too-brooding introspectiveness of my own.

One likes a certain content or concreteness in the thinking process.

In such cases we may be sure that the principle of concreteness has not been sufficiently observed.


On this page you'll find 81 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to concreteness, such as: existence, matter, phenomenon, realism, real world, and sensibility.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.