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synonyms for pandemic

  • broad
  • catholic
  • common
  • comprehensive
  • cosmopolitan
  • empyrean
  • general
  • generic
  • regular
  • sweeping
  • total
  • whole
  • accepted
  • all
  • all-embracing
  • all-inclusive
  • all-over
  • astronomical
  • celestial
  • cosmic
  • customary
  • diffuse
  • ecumenical
  • extensive
  • global
  • multinational
  • mundane
  • omnipresent
  • planetary
  • prevalent
  • stellar
  • terrestrial
  • ubiquitous
  • undisputed
  • unlimited
  • unrestricted
  • usual
  • widespread
  • worldly
  • worldwide
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antonyms for pandemic

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  • abnormal
  • exclusive
  • extraordinary
  • incomplete
  • individual
  • infrequent
  • narrow
  • partial
  • particular
  • rare
  • specific
  • uncommon
  • unusual
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How to use pandemic in a sentence

Take Me Fishing has current info on state regulations, which are constantly evolving under pandemic guidelines.
THREE FAMILY-FRIENDLY ADVENTURES TO TRY THIS FALLOUTSIDE EDITORSSEPTEMBER 17, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
They ranked the pandemic ninth in importance out of 15 potential threats.
POLL: SHARP PARTISAN DIFFERENCES NOW EXIST ON FOREIGN POLICY, VIEWS OF AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISMDAN BALZ, SCOTT CLEMENTSEPTEMBER 17, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Golf was one of the first sports to return both professionally and recreationally during the coronavirus pandemic.
‘ONE ENDLESS LOOP’: HOW GOLF IS USING ITS NEW RETAIL MARKETPLACE AS A FIRST-PARTY DATA PLAYKAYLEIGH BARBERSEPTEMBER 16, 2020DIGIDAY
The IBM Research Center represents the company’s earliest site to reopen amid the pandemic’s shutdowns.
IBM PLANS A HUGE LEAP IN SUPERFAST QUANTUM COMPUTING BY 2023RHHACKETTFORTUNESEPTEMBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
It’s a Wednesday evening in March, and the coronavirus pandemic is ravaging Italy.
VITTORIO BRUMOTTI SERVES VIGILANTE JUSTICE ON A BIKETOM VANDERBILTSEPTEMBER 15, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
With the pandemic, now we’ve tried to accelerate that into six months.
MOMOFUKU’S DAVID CHANG ON THE BIG CHANGES THE RESTAURANT INDUSTRY NEEDS TO MAKE TO SURVIVEBETH KOWITTSEPTEMBER 14, 2020FORTUNE
Most of the current cases are still in the early stages and were filed in the first few months of the pandemic, Kammer said.
GOT INTERRUPTION INSURANCE? THESE COMPANIES FOUND IT’S USELESS IN THE AGE OF COVID-19BERNHARD WARNERSEPTEMBER 12, 2020FORTUNE
We know you’ve gone on 40 zillion walks since the pandemic started.
A 15-WEEK EXERCISE PLAN FOR KIDS AND FAMILIESKRISTA LANGLOISSEPTEMBER 12, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
Pandemic, pan-dem′ik, adj. incident to a whole people, epidemic.
CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 3 OF 4: N-R)VARIOUS
Another great pandemic, beginning in 1364, spread over the whole of the then known world and appeared in its most virulent form.
INSECTS AND DISEASESRENNIE W. DOANE
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WORDS RELATED TO PANDEMIC

  • communicable
  • dangerous
  • endemic
  • epidemic
  • epizootic
  • infectious
  • infective
  • miasmatic
  • pandemic
  • pestiferous
  • pestilential
  • taking
  • transferable
  • transmittable
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