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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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While playing under that strain they were still involved in games featuring a comparatively small number of corners'
Joe McLean, a football finance expert, aid: "It's not that England hasn't produced great players in recent years, it's that the English talent reaching the very top has been comparatively limited - thus forcing clubs to look abroad.
So when we talk of theatrical dance being a comparatively new art form, comparable to movies or jazz or rock, while it does lack something in a readily accessible catalogue of creative work, let's also remember the roots of those genealogical tables where classical ballet goes back to the early 18th century, and even modern dance is not so modern that it was born yesterday.
The Edge is about spaciousness, although in a comparatively compact package (overall length, width (minus mirrors) and height are: 185.
If you make them be, if you let them turn a season, if you follow them with more victories, even if comparatively commonplace.
Comparatively more powerful and longer-lasting than dry cell batteries.
The carry trade served as a kind of turbo charger for the financial markets, a process which has come to an end as the Federal Reserve raised short-term rates to over 4 percent while long-term rates have failed to rise by a proportional amount comparatively, flattening the so-called yield curve.
Sumlin was heard on most of Howlin Wolf's Chess recordings, yet has received comparatively little in-depth coverage, even though his style inspired Jimi Henrix, Santana and many other famous names.
This will derive from comparatively weak growth in production for several polymers, such as low density polyethylene and polystyrene.
Most major health insurance groups oppose the measure, as association plans would be free to extend coverage only to group risks judged comparatively healthy and low risk.
b gives comparatively little to combat ongoing problems in poor countries.
In the survey, machinery makers cited a number of factors that affected market growth in 2004, including world demand from China, a comparatively weak U.