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  • as inrude
  • as inapproximately
  • as inmore or less
  • as innearly
  • as invirtually

synonyms for in the ballpark

  • harsh
  • unpleasant
  • violent
  • abrupt
  • guessed
  • imperfect
  • imprecise
  • inexact
  • proximate
  • rough
  • sharp
  • startling
  • stormy
  • surmised
  • turbulent
  • unprecise
  • almost
  • generally
  • relatively
  • roughly
  • about
  • around
  • ballpark figure
  • bordering on
  • circa
  • closely
  • close to
  • comparatively
  • in the neighborhood of
  • in the region of
  • in the vicinity of
  • just about
  • loosely
  • more or less
  • most
  • much
  • not far from
  • not quite
  • proximately
  • upwards of
  • very close
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antonyms for in the ballpark

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  • gentle
  • mild
  • peaceful
  • pleasing
  • exact
  • gradual
  • kind
  • mannerly
  • nice
  • polished
  • polite
  • refined
  • respectful
  • smooth
  • sophisticated
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