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noun as in place all one's own

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Emerging megacities like Kinshasa or Lima do not command important global niches.

Meanwhile, music, like film and television, now operates in niches.

And Hollywood tries to program actors to fit certain roles, certain niches, and you denied it.

One, with a grand main chamber dramatically illuminated by candle niches, recently shared its acoustics during a concert.

They have avoided niches; they have resisted narrowcasting, whatever that means.

The urns themselves were of various materials and usually cemented to the bottom of the niches.

Occasionally the niches were made deep enough for two sets of urns, those behind being elevated a little over those in front.

Harwood had long since exhausted the list of Hoosier statesmen selected for niches in the "Courier's" pantheon.

Look at that dainty box filled with dark green figs, artistically set off by sugared violets pressed into all the niches!

The elaborate tabernacle work by Prior Haithwaite was originally gilded and coloured, and the niches were filled with images.


On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to niches, such as: slot, alcove, vocation, recess, cubbyhole, and opening.

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