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synonyms for cricket

  • decent
  • fair
  • honest
  • proper
  • reasonable
  • stable
  • unbiased
  • just
  • candid
  • disinterested
  • dispassionate
  • due
  • ethical
  • even-handed
  • even-steven
  • fair and square
  • fair shake
  • fair-to-middling
  • impersonal
  • level
  • moral
  • nondiscriminatory
  • nonpartisan
  • objective
  • proportionate
  • right
  • rightful
  • square
  • square deal
  • uncolored
  • unprejudiced
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antonyms for cricket

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  • biased
  • intolerable
  • prejudiced
  • unreasonable
  • unsuitable
  • disproportionate
  • partial
  • unequitable
  • unfair
  • unjust
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Instead, he spread the Overview Effect message, even though the response for years was crickets.
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He creates melodies to the rhythms of crickets, katydids, and a whole orchestra of bugs.
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Some male crickets make their own megaphones by cutting wing-sized holes into the center of leaves.
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One pound of crickets provides three times the protein, as well as more iron and nutrients, than a pound of beef.
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Matzke-Karasz and colleagues argue that the cricket fossil could be a sperm tube, used to transfer the sperm, rather than the sperm itself.
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India has 100 million players, with cricket the most popular sport.
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Things have improved since then, says van Staden, with Faul, “the best cricket administrator in the country,” taking charge of South Africa’s cricket.
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Like all ball sports, cricket is subject to official regulations.
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A cricket-match was in progress, but the bowling and batting were extremely wild, thanks to The Warren strong beer.
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