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comparative

adjective analagous to, comparable, comparativus, connected with, contrastive, correlative, corresponding to, estimated by comparison, in connection with, in proportion to, in relation to, in relation with, in respect to, in the same category, judged by comparison, matching, metaphorical, pertaining to, pertinent to, referrble to, referential, referring, relating to, relational, relative, rivaling, similar to, similitudinous, vying with, with referrnce to, with regard to, with relation to
Associated concepts: comparative injury, comparative negliience, comparative rectitude
See also: cognate, correlative, proportionate
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