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Common misspellings for inferior

intereior, inferios, infieror, antierior, intiror, inverior, anniversiary, infurmary, infero, interio, invenory, intierier, invertory, infrot, inferiior, anniveriary, inferier, infurior, interiour, inferiour, interieur, intioiorr, intirior, intieror, intierior, interoir, interieor, interor, annaversiary, anaversory, invetory, inferfere, infearera, unfirom, inferiorty, infermary, annaveriey, infereing, interir, inerior, inerfer, infereior, invereter, inferroir, annervirsry, interrior, interioe, inerfere, infeior, intreior, anniverery, interioer, infavour, infierior, inforaion, intrior, reinforer, interier, enterior, inffering, infirier, inversor, annerversiary, infearier, infirior, infro, intereor, inteirer, inferrer, inferiror, interiior, inferr, ifnrom, infiror, intfere, inferfeer, infeirior, infrimary, inferir, inderior, infearior, inerviewer, infloor, ibefore, interour, intorior, intearor, interioor, inferiorily, investiori, unterior, infrorm, infavor, infermery, infere, infering, innercore, invortory, andveroe, inetrior, inferer, uinterior, infrom, unessiary, infebruary, interrier, infron, infeiror, onfriday, aniverary, infermory, inferious, interioir, inferor, offeror, nterior, anniveraary, inferrior, inteiror, anaverery, anivershary, annervisery, anniverity, d'onofrio, onfrom, inferioity, infirmory, infuion, iterfere, iinterior, ineterior, inreriour, interiorr, interuior, inferiorly, infurther, offereor.

Definitions of inferior

  1.   The lower placed of two, the farther down the axis; growing or arising below another organ.
  2.   inferior in rank or status; " the junior faculty"; " a lowly corporal"; " petty officialdom"; " a subordinate functionary"
  3.   of or characteristic of low rank or importance
  4.   Nearer the sun than the earth is; as, the inferior or interior planets; an inferior conjunction of Mercury or Venus.
  5.   One who is inferior; a subordinate.
  6.   falling short of some prescribed norm; " substandard housing"
  7.   ( anatomy) lower than a given reference point; " inferior alveolar artery"
  8.   having an orbit between the sun and the Earth's orbit; " Mercury and Venus are inferior planets"
  9.   One who ranks below another.
  10.   Lower in place, rank, excellence, etc.; less important or valuable; subordinate; underneath; beneath.
  11.   one of lesser rank or station or quality
  12.   Lower in any respect; less.
  13.   One who is younger, or of a lower rank.
  14.   lower than a given reference point; " inferior alveolar artery"
  15.   On the side of a flower which is next the bract; anterior.
  16.   Lower in place, station, age, rank, & c.; subordinate; secondary; below; within the earth's orbit; under the ovary.
  17.   Lower, as in station, rank, age, condition, excellence, or value; of second- rate quality; not the best; subordinate; in bot., applied to the ovary when it seems to be situated below the calyx, and to the part of a flower farthest from the axis.
  18.   Lower.
  19.   A person lower in station, rank, intellect, etc., than another.
  20.   ( printing) written or printed below and to one side of another character
  21.   One lower in rank or station: one younger than another.
  22.   Junior or subordinate in rank; as, an inferior officer.
  23.   Situated below some other organ; - said of a calyx when free from the ovary, and therefore below it, or of an ovary with an adherent and therefore inferior calyx.
  24.   Lower in any respect: subordinate: secondary.
  25.   One who is lower in rank, age, or merit.
  26.   Inferiority.
  27.   Poor or mediocre; as, an inferior quality of goods.
  28.   a character or symbol set or printed or written beneath or slightly below and to the side of another character
  29.   ( astronomy) having an orbit between the sun and the Earth's orbit; " Mercury and Venus are inferior planets"
  30.   Lower, as in position, rank, quality, or worth.
  31.   One who is in a lower station or rank than another.
  32.   Below the horizon; as, the inferior part of a meridian.
  33.   Lower in place, rank, or quality; secondary; between the earth and the sun; as, inferior planets.
  34.   written or printed below and to one side of another character

Antonyms for inferior

NIBS, excellent, first, stately, palatable, down, out of sight, tall, inimitable, fabulous, prominent, superior, primo, lion, majestic, high-level, prime, premier, fat cat, definitive, imposing, equal, big leaguer, fit, A1, superlative, aristocratic, first-rate, marvelous, passable, radical, blue-blooded, higher up, bully, hot, solemn, captain, side, greater, perfect, terrible, shining, signal, able, top-hole, heavy hitter, model, leading, adscript, independent, Nawab, merchantable, monarch, star, fitting, tip-top, topping, foremost, outstanding, elder statesman, satisfactory, august, illustrious, quality, neat, terrific, unsurpassable, fantastic, freestanding, groovy, undefiled, paramount, noble, unblemished, deserving, jefe, brag, astral, commanding, splendid, head, primary, satisfying, incomparable, standard, weapons-grade, supreme, uplifted, polished, upper class, patronising, high-ranking, wizard, acceptable, classic, gentle, horrible, big cheese, lead, higher, overhanging, useful, highbred, upper-level, unequaled, fair, lofty, baron, bonny, top, overriding, king, bumper, peachy, sufficient, major, textbook, number one, par excellence, tolerable, decent, genteel, accurate, high-performance, superb, big gun, classical, big shot, master, unparalleled, respectable, paradigmatic, condescending, elevated, slick, fine, all-right, middling, frightful, copacetic, minimal, predominant, dean, O.K., noteworthy, uppermost, meritorious, adequate, worthy, first-string, Supereminent, qualified, frontline, patronizing, arch, well-made, greatest, major leaguer, big-timer, recherche, key, fab, central, bang up, gilt-edged, fantabulous, prior, elegant, self-governed, sensational, refined, exemplary, top-shelf, muckety-muck, prize, kingpin, marketable, super, dainty, heavyweight, napoleon, overhead, crackerjack, capital, hunky-dory, highborn, overmastering, pooh-bah, autonomous, taskmaster, towering, mediocre, shocking, special, corking, lord, notable, better, headman, rare, prestigious, alarming, ducky, great, unsurpassed, cracking, nestor, highest, wellborn, sovereign, proud, transcendent, direful, surpassing, choice, steep, foreman, bright, cardinal, righteous, doyen, exquisite, dire, topnotch, dynamite, self-governing, top of the line, average, stellar, elder, mean, tycoon, completed, senior, grand, boffo, distinguished, main, a-one, appalling, wonderful, top-flight, so-so, salable, agreeable, silk stocking, overbearing, high-grade, competent, eminent, borderline, czar, entire, tops, premium, tiptop, heavenly, preeminent, gone, redoubtable, ace, superscript, honcho, upper crust, primal, dandy, handcrafted, magnate, dreadful, keen, archetypal, chief, alright, good, quintessential, adapted, matchless, kingfish, nonpareil, famous, peachy keen, brave, luminous, select, unexampled, awesome, jim-dandy, finished, lovely, bigwig, dominant, superordinate, capable, delicate, free, big boy, peerless, top-notch, FOUR STAR, suitable, wheel, blue-chip, fancy, upper, five-star, nifty, divine, blue-ribbon, handsome, beautiful, kahuna, more, banner, first class, patrician, supernal, tasteful, exalted, hype, sterling, portentous, prizewinning, gangbusters, pukka, fearful, swell, olympian, mogul, big, nabob, big wheel, exceptional, pucka, unmatched, bigfoot, high, only, prince, PHAT, biggie, awful, Presiding, Jake, a-ok, principal, leader, unrivaled, boss, unexceptional, gratifying, spiffing, topflight, numero uno, brilliant, boss man, cool, helmsman, commensurate, selected.

Quotes of inferior

  1. The inferior complex is now extended to all Europe, save Nordics. – Emanuel Celler
  2. The superior man understands what is right; the inferior man understands what will sell. – Confucius
  3. The city is as large as Seville or Cordova; its streets, I speak of the principal ones, are very wide and straight; some of these, and all the inferior ones, are half land and half water, and are navigated by canoes. – Hernando Cortes
  4. Anyone determined to find another person or group inferior can always find whole lists of grounds that demonstrate inferiority because we are all inferior to the ideals of humanness we have erected. – Marilyn French
  5. I've had two callers ask, 'Did you ever work for someone who is poorer than you are?' Their idea is it takes a rich person to give you a job because jobs are something that are given to you, an inferior from on high. – John Hall
  6. If the only new thing we have to offer is an improved version of the past, then today can only be inferior to yesterday. Hypnotized by images of the past, we risk losing all capacity for creative change. – Robert Hewison
  7. The tendency to whining and complaining may be taken as the surest sign symptom of little souls and inferior intellects. – Lord Jeffrey
  8. I must quit marrying men who feel inferior to me. Somewhere there must be a man who could be my husband and not feel inferior – Hedy Lamarr
  9. Accordingly, one race is neither superior nor inferior to another. – Walter Lang
  10. What happens is that the system builds many inferior blood vessels in the eye to take the place of the vessels that are dying. And those blood vessels are not up to the task. And they bleed. They hemorrhage and they cover the eye inside with blood. – Mary Tyler Moore
  11. Can advertising foist an inferior product on the consumer? Bitter experience has taught me that it cannot. On those rare occasions when I have advertised products which consumer tests have found inferior to other products in the same field, the results have been disastrous. – David Ogilvy
  12. Few persons who have ever sat for a portrait can have felt anything but inferior while the process is going on. – Anthony Powell
  13. The main cause is a pernicious falsehood propagated against her being, namely that she is inferior by her nature. Inferior in what? What has man ever done that woman, under the same advantages could not do? – Ernestine Rose
  14. The superior man blames himself. The inferior man blames others. – Don Shula
  15. I think I have a superior brain and an inferior stature, if you really want to get brutal about it. – Paul Simon

Usage examples for inferior

  1. The tooth corners must, however, be kept sharp, for in proportion as they get dull or blunt, the sides of the cutter wedge in the work, causing friction and extra power to drive them as well as producing inferior work. ” – Modern Machine-Shop Practice, Volumes I and II by Joshua Rose
  2. Its quality was inferior and it showed the neglect of former owners, and there were indications that the present owner had done little or nothing for its improvement. ” – Reminiscences of Sixty Years in Public Affairs, Vol. 1 by George Boutwell
  3. It makes of girls an inferior sort of boys, and of boys an inferior sort of girls. ” – Recollections of a Varied Life by George Cary Eggleston
  4. But nature has been so liberal to it, that instead of wondering at its rapid rise one is rather disposed to think it much inferior to what it might be. ” – Travels in the Steppes of the Caspian Sea, the Crimea, the Caucasus, &c. by Xavier Hommaire de Hell
  5. You may squeeze a little lemon into the sauce, if you like it, and add oysters fried in butter; or you may stew them in cider, instead of wine, and it is very little inferior – The Cook and Housekeeper's Complete and Universal Dictionary; Including a System of Modern Cookery, in all Its Various Branches, by Mary Eaton
  6. Certain arrangements of matter on the same energy- level are, from the point of view of man's appreciation, superior, while others are inferior – The Letters of William James, Vol. II by William James
  7. The brick used was generally imported in those days, for the American brick was of rather an inferior quality to that obtained on the other side of the water. ” – Historic Homes by Mary H. Northend
  8. The quality and art of their product was in no wise inferior to the European and the sale of foreign made types ceased shortly after they established their business. ” – Scotland's Mark on America by George Fraser Black
  9. Of the cold storage egg as a whole we can say it is a wholesome food product, though somewhat inferior in flavor and strength of white to a fresh egg. ” – The Dollar Hen by Milo M. Hastings
  10. Not only did he notice the presence of the most distinguished courtiers, but those of inferior degree also. ” – The Memoirs of Louis XIV., Volume 10 And His Court and of The Regency by Duc de Saint-Simon
  11. “ " I don't pretend to be a judge myself of what you call 'igh art, Mr Wentworth; but if I might venture an opinion, the altar was beautiful; and we won't say nothing about the service, considering, sir- if you won't be offended at putting them together, as one is so far inferior that both you and me-" Mr Wentworth laughed and moved off his chair. ” – The Perpetual Curate by Mrs [Margaret] Oliphant
  12. “ Ain't woman the inferior animal? ” – A Second Coming by Richard Marsh
  13. “ Docre is, we must admit, greatly inferior to Gilles de Rais. ” – Là-bas by J. K. Huysmans
  14. By this act, they involuntarily take an inferior place among men, and lower their dignity. ” – Monopolies and the People by D. C. Cloud
  15. “ Is a black horse thought to be inferior to a white one in speed, in strength, or courage? ” – The History of Sandford and Merton by Thomas Day
  16. An American could never have been content to remain in an inferior position without trying, in some way, to better his fortunes. ” – Tales From Two Hemispheres by Hjalmar Hjorth Boysen
  17. The same was done by the curacas towards all persons of their own or inferior degree in their several districts. ” – History-of-the-Conquest-of-Peru-with-a-preliminary-view-of-the-civilization-of-the-Incas by Prescott, William Hickling
  18. The first who made the attempt soon gave in; he was clearly inferior to Walter in the high jump. ” – Amos Huntingdon by T.P. Wilson
  19. The words " superior" and " inferior have been used to indicate this relationship. ” – The Classification of Patents by United States Patent Office
  20. Another though inferior reward was, that he had money in his pocket: with this money he would go and see Alec Forbes. ” – Alec Forbes of Howglen by George MacDonald