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synonyms for determinant

  • compelling
  • convincing
  • decisive
  • indisputable
  • irrefutable
  • irrevocable
  • precise
  • unambiguous
  • undeniable
  • unmistakable
  • absolute
  • all out
  • clear
  • cogent
  • deciding
  • demonstrative
  • determinative
  • flat out
  • incontrovertible
  • irrefragable
  • irrefrangible
  • litmus test
  • resolving
  • revealing
  • settling
  • straight out
  • telling
  • ultimate
  • unanswerable
  • unarguable
  • unconditional
  • unquestionable
  • what you see is what you get
See also synonyms for: determinants
  • final
  • certain
  • crucial
  • decided
  • decisive
  • definitive
  • determined
  • determining
  • settled

antonyms for determinant

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  • ambiguous
  • disputable
  • doubtful
  • dubious
  • indefinite
  • questionable
  • refutable
  • uncertain
  • unsure
  • inconclusive
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    How to use determinant in a sentence

    “It is basically an asset management tool, but it is not the sole determinant of what trees or why 25 feet clearance is the right distance,” Skinner said.
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    Of the three, fertility, the number of children women have, is the key—that’s the major determinant of the population in 2100.
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    Those enrollment numbers in turn are a key determinant of the annual revenue that colleges earn and shape how they allocate resources.
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    Those enrollment numbers in turn are a key determinant of the annual revenue colleges earn and shape how they allocate resources.
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    Amazon’s founder Jeff Bezos once said that a major determinant of your brand’s potency is what people say about it when you are out of the room.
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    Another key determinant of getting infected is the amount of time you are exposed – so your risk is much less with five minutes versus 30 or more minutes of exposure.
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    Thus, the determinant motive is here supposed to have been aversion to the marriage of relatives.
    ELEMENTS OF FOLK PSYCHOLOGYWILHELM WUNDT
    The expectation of pain or pleasure determines conduct; and, if so, it must be the sole determinant of conduct.
    THE ENGLISH UTILITARIANS, VOLUME I.LESLIE STEPHEN
    The relation of supply to demand causes an oscillation of prices, but it is not the determinant of value.
    SOCIALISMJOHN SPARGO
    The whole determinant system of an id, as I conceive it, is in a state of continual fluctuation upwards and downwards.
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