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noun as in adjective

noun as in adverb

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The average number of international appearances is 18 but just seven in official competition, such as qualifiers and Concacaf tournaments.

Perhaps the most important qualifier here is that this could change.

Judging by the times in the qualifiers for the women’s 100m dash, a very old world record is under threat—tune in Saturday to catch the action.

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The universality system allows a nation with no Olympic swimming qualifier to enter up to one man and one woman in the Olympics.

The Chicago Sky floor general easily leads the WNBA in assist percentage among qualifiers.

Here, the researchers, in classic academese, add a final qualifier.

Emily added that she regrets using the qualifier of "absolutely" (which we should have caught on the editing end).

The council says its goal is ultimately that the qualifier “women” be dropped from its name.

By this qualifier we wish it understood that mind, like body, has its accidental or acquired qualities.

Literacy as such was registered rather late as a qualifier of the warrior.

Some are identified as dictatorships of some sort, which almost none would accept as a qualifier.

Sharing is the ultimate qualifier for a sign, especially for a language.


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On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to qualifier, such as: accessory, adjunct, adnoun, attribute, dependent, and identifier.

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