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noun as in front-runner

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Claire happens to have a heart condition, as well as an attendant pacemaker, which will figure prominently and conveniently in the plot.

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He has other conditions that his Type 2 diabetes could exacerbate, including high blood pressure and supraventricular tachycardia, for which he needs a pacemaker.

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Related to privacy is security — hackers can access data that’s locked away, or interfere with pacemakers and autonomous vehicles.

Medical devices, such as orthopedic implants, dental fillings, and pacemakers, could also contribute.

Also, if you’re wearing a pacemaker, you’ll also want a smart scale that can turn it off.

In DBS, a neurosurgeon implants electrodes in the brain that attach to a “pacemaker” for the brain.

The inevitable result is that the shovels move with rhythmic precision, and the slowest man becomes the pacemaker for the rest.

Behind a rapidly spinning limousine pedalled a grotesquely humped bicyclist, using the car as a pacemaker.

Miami, which had clung tenaciously to second place, also under restraint, was now sent after the flying pacemaker with a will.

I'm not built for rapid work, but I guess I'll do with you for pacemaker.

Then one will come to grips with life, the pacemaker of style.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pacemaker, such as: favorite, shoo-in, pacesetter, number one, and probable winner.

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