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priorities

[ prahy-awr-i-tee, -or- ]SEE DEFINITION OF priorities

Synonyms for priorities

  • arrangement
  • preference
  • antecedence
  • lead
  • order
  • precedence
  • preeminence
  • prerogative
  • rank
  • seniority
  • superiority
  • supremacy
  • transcendence
  • crash project
  • greatest importance
  • previousness
  • right of way
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Antonyms for priorities

  • inferiority
  • last
  • subservience
  • unimportance
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRIORITIES

And these will be our first priorities, and on these principles, there will be no compromise.

Americans in need are not strangers, they are citizens, not problems, but priorities.

But I didn't know then that he'd done well with priorities and only fair with funds.

Since nobody else would sign on, Pietro had used his priorities to get an injunction that forced them back aboard.

Learning is self-paced, motivated by individual interests and priorities and by the perspectives that learning opens.

Fourth, to continue the priorities and allocation authority in the field of transportation.

Mr. Brookings was later placed in charge of price fixing and Judge Parker in charge of priorities.

This requires restraint in expenditure, constant reassessment of priorities, and the maintenance of stable prices.

When we speak of America's priorities the first priority must always be peace for America and the world.

In a few days it will be his duty to outline for you his priorities and legislative recommendations.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., "state of being earlier," from Old French priorite (14c.), from Medieval Latin prioritatem (nominative prioritas) "fact or condition of being prior," from Latin prior (see prior (adj.)). From c.1400 as "precedence in right or rank."