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synonyms for therest

  • attendant
  • near
  • ready
  • there
  • accounted for
  • at hand
  • available
  • existent
  • in attendance
  • in view
  • made the scene
  • on board
  • on deck
  • on hand
  • on-the-spot
  • show up
  • there with bells on
  • within reach
  • experienced
  • skillful
  • licensed
  • efficient
  • qualified
  • competent
  • expert
  • ace
  • crackerjack
  • slick
  • adept
  • sharp
  • able
  • acknowledged
  • finished
  • known
  • learned
  • on the ball
  • polished
  • practiced
  • proficient
  • there
  • up to speed
  • well-qualified
  • knowing one's stuff
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antonyms for therest

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  • absent
  • away
  • distant
  • far
  • former
  • future
  • past
  • previous
  • untrained
  • rookie
  • amateur
  • inept
  • untalented
  • green
  • unprofessional
  • unintelligent
  • stupid
  • clumsy
  • inefficient
  • incompetent
  • unskilled
  • unable
  • incapable
  • inexperienced
  • ignorant
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How to use therest in a sentence

He had to go; and occupy himself complaining, soliciting Aulic-Councils and the like, for therest of his life.
HISTORY OF FRIEDRICH II. OF PRUSSIA, VOL. III. (OF XXI.)THOMAS CARLYLE
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