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So, if you want to play it safe, a good strategy is to create a benchmark by analyzing your search competitors’ top-ranking pages.

Also, local SEO searches are not often included in algorithm updates, which makes them a safer bet and you can always gain good and free exposure through the three results that feature on Google Local Listings.

It has to be noted that, in each simulation, we fix the outcome of safe states.

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Fauci noted “we will know whether one or more of these are safe and effective” by November or December.

We also quickly developed new ways to engage and train our customers on the safe and effective use of products through virtual training.

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Mating with a cousin or brother is safer than risking life and limb to mate with an outsider.

Waiting there, I thought, was safer than walking home alone.

A powdered form of the measles vaccine could make delivery safer and easier around the world.

Encouraging any victim of crime to come forward makes us all safer.

We need rape victims to come forward to make our communities safer.

If we had shot 'em without discrimination, the cowards would have got bold, seein' that they weren't safer in rear than in front.

In ordinary work, however, it is safer to base the distinction upon size than upon structure.

She is always in fear of an earthquake, and feels safer to have a light burning in readiness all night long.

"Happier—and safer," she said gravely, the canoe giving a dangerous lurch as she leaned forward in her seat to catch my answer.

The top may be broken off with the hand or cut with a knife, the latter being the better as well as the safer way.


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On this page you'll find 128 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to safer, such as: protected, intact, secure, snug, okay, and guarded.

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