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There are two more crucial elements to making Romney unacceptable again.

“The fight against fraud is even more crucial in a time of economic crisis,” he said.

The catastrophic oil spill that has devastated the Gulf makes their operation even more crucial.

The size of the bill makes it even more crucial that it be exposed to public inquiry before the president signs it.

There is no more crucial test of the ability of democracy to solve the social problems of this age than the present-day city.

The question at issue could not take a form more crucial for the prejudices of the mother Church.

Deception, disinformation, and guile are more crucial in this regime.

The second year of the war put the loyalty of Lower Canada to more crucial tests.

She began to realize with a gathering emotion that this matter was far more crucial than she had supposed.


On this page you'll find 101 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to crucial, such as: central, compelling, deciding, decisive, essential, and imperative.

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