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And he instinctively understood the marketplace—whether of ideas or something more concrete.

The pollution that 1970s environmentalism targeted was also more concrete.

The more concrete question concerns just how much uranium Iran enriches—to what degree of purity.

A major push for American Jews to change their approach to Palestinians needs more concrete suggestions and less finger-wagging.

Greek mythology talks about hell in slightly more concrete terms, with monsters in certain regions.

Perhaps, by a good deal longer consideration and gradual shaping, I might have put the ideas into a more concrete, easy form.

The growing diversification of traffic because of its financial importance merits more concrete illustration.

But life would not be quite the same now, even if Roger escaped the more concrete forms of punishment.

Other believers endeavor to be still more concrete, and point out definite celestial bodies as the homes of immortal souls.

After that it was merely a matter of detail to drop the sections into place, pour in more concrete and make the new section fast.

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On this page you'll find 89 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to concrete, such as: detailed, material, objective, particular, real, and solid.

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

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