Thesaurus / ripe
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Caring for employees has never been harder, therefore, or more ripe for change.
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Silbert, however, believes the opportunity is ripe for North American crypto firms to reclaim a significant share of the world’s mining power.
For each region, the team determined whether conditions were ripe for a flare-inducing double-arc instability, and then aimed to predict the most powerful flares the sun produces, called X-class flares.
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The moment was ripe for a novel statewide organizing approach.
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He had the insight to tell when infrared technology, formerly the province of the experts, was ripe for routine use in a big project.
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Wagonloads of ripe Jersey tomatoes making their way to the soup factory are a jocund sight across the river just now.
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The pollen was all ready to drop, and by this he knew it was ripe.
THE LIBRARY OF WORK AND PLAY: GARDENING AND FARMING.ELLEN EDDY SHAW
And again the ripe beauty of the garden was bathed in solemn silence.
FOMA GORDYEFFMAXIM GORKY
Some were blooming, others had only begun to form fruit-buds, while some were loaded with ripe clusters ready for the wine-press.
Marriage is not that sort of thing, it's not like ripe raspberries that drop off if not picked in time.
THE POWER OF DARKNESSLEO TOLSTOY
WORDS RELATED TO RIPE
- all set
- all systems go
- at beck and call
- at fingertips
- at hand
- at the ready
- close to hand
- equal to
- fixed for
- in line
- in order
- in place
- in position
- in readiness
- in the saddle
- on call
- on hand
- on tap
- on the brink
- open to
- dying to
- having short fuse
- hot under collar
- on pins and needles
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