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Common misspellings for standard

bistandards, stanmd, standyby, standarts, standfirm, sdfghdfghd, standart, stadard, stnadard, standars, standrads, standered, statandards, standad, stanterds, standardand, satanward, stanerd, stanard, sidingand, standared, standerd, standarized, stranderd, strandad, stanadard, bistandard, stansart, standindg, tandard, standfast, satnderd, standaards, standover, stayedat, standereds, standare, standfard, standaard, standed, atandard, standsard, standrards, satndard, starnded, stamdard, standtards, stantards, studderd, stanards, standar, satandards, standford, stanbdards, standeards, stnadards, standarad, standerards, stabdard, standind, statndard, standig, stunnded, statndards, standred, standerds, astandard, satuerdaytoday, standdards, bystandard, stateand, standrad, starndard, stainded, stanadards, stardard, standatds, bistanderd, satndish, stunded, satndards, standert, standard5, standatrd, standid, stndard, standurdes, standand, standrard, standa, standt, standarsd, standord, staderd, strandard, standanding, sttended, standint, straneded, satyanand, standardly, standarda, statded, stantard, stanadrd, standads, standarded, stadnard, standartds, sandard, standardsa, stundert, stantd, standasrd, staandards, standrd, startdard, standatd, standardd, starndards, stasndrad, standardss, starnder, stndards, standrds, standreds, stundard, stannard, standadrd, satdarday, satderday, standup, atndard, sstandared, standanrd, standarding, standardrn, statdard, stanardized, standarzied, standerdes, stanhorpe, statdd, stepdad, stoddard.

Definitions of standard

  1.   regularly and widely used or sold; " a standard size"; " a stock item"
  2.   conforming to the established language usage of educated native speakers; " standard English" ( American); " received standard English is sometimes called the King's English" ( British)
  3.   According to some standard: legal: usual: having a fixed or permanent value.
  4.   That which stands or is fixed, as a rule: the upright post of a truss: that which is established as a rule or model: a staff with a flag: an ensign of war: one of the two flags of a cavalry regiment ( not dragoons): ( hort.) a standing tree, not supported by a wall.
  5.   That which is established as a rule or model by authority, custom, or general consent; criterion; test.
  6.   a basis for comparison; a reference point against which other things can be evaluated; " they set the measure for all subsequent work"
  7.   That which is authoritatively established as a rule; that which is established by public opinion or custom; criterion; test; an ensign of war; a staff with a flag or colours; a measure by which the regulated height of recruits is ascertained; the proportion of weight of fine metal or alloy established by authority; a tree not supported or attached to a wall; an upright support; an inverted knee placed upon the deck instead of beneath it.
  8.   That which is established by authority as a rule for the measure of quantity, extent, value, or quality; esp., the original specimen weight or measure sanctioned by government, as the standard pound, gallon, or yard.
  9.   The upper petal or banner of a papilionaceous corolla.
  10.   conforming to or constituting a standard of measurement or value; or of the usual or regularized or accepted kind; " windows of standard width"; " standard sizes"; " the standard fixtures"; " standard brands"; " standard operating procedure"
  11.   A flag, ensign, or banner.
  12.   commonly used or supplied; " standard procedure"; " standard car equipment"
  13.   An upright timber, post, or the like.
  14.   a board measure = 1980 board feet
  15.   any distinctive flag
  16.   Not supported by, or fastened to, a wall; as, standard fruit trees.
  17.   an upright pole or beam ( especially one used as a support); " distance was marked by standards every mile"; " lamps supported on standards provided illumination"
  18.   A flag; colors; a banner; especially, a national or other ensign.
  19.   Fixed model; ensign or banner.
  20.   A large drinking cup.
  21.   Anything serving as a type or pattern to which other like things must conform.
  22.   Being, affording, or according with, a standard for comparison and judgment; as, standard time; standard weights and measures; a standard authority as to nautical terms; standard gold or silver.
  23.   An ensign or flag under which men are united for some common purpose; especially, a national ensign; that which is established by authority as a fixed rule or measure; test; an upright support.
  24.   An authority.
  25.   the ideal in terms of which something can be judged; " they live by the standards of their community"
  26.   Fixed in value by some standard.
  27.   Accurate and authoritative.
  28.   A tree of natural size supported by its own stem, and not dwarfed by grafting on the stock of a smaller species nor trained upon a wall or trellis.
  29.   Any established measure; a type, model, or example for comparison.
  30.   The proportion of weights of fine metal and alloy established by authority.
  31.   An inverted knee timber placed upon the deck instead of beneath it, with its vertical branch turned upward from that which lies horizontally.
  32.   That which is established as a rule, measure, or model; a criterion; a test; that which is of undoubted excellence; a standing tree or stem, as distinguished from a wall- tree; in mil., an ensign; a staff and flag, or colours; in carpentry, an upright support; in shipbuilding, an inverted knee placed upon the deck instead of beneath it; in coinage, the proportion of weight of fine metal and alloy established by authority.
  33.   Of fixed quality, size, or value.
  34.   Having a fixed and permanent value; not of the dwarf kind, as a tree.
  35.   the value behind the money in a monetary system
  36.   Hence: Having a recognized and permanent value; as, standard works in history; standard authors.
  37.   Not of the dwarf kind; as, a standard pear tree.
  38.   established or widely recognized as a model of authority or excellence; " a standard reference work"
  39.   Established by rule or model; as, a standard price; having a recognized value; as, a standard novel.
  40.   An upright support, as one of the poles of a scaffold; any upright in framing.
  41.   ( linguistics) conforming to the established language usage of educated native speakers; " standard English" ( American); " received standard English is sometimes called the King's English" ( British)
  42.   The sheth of a plow.

Antonyms for standard

eccentric, vulgar, exceptional, funny, noteworthy, unfamiliar, nonrepresentative, nonnormative, inferior, extraordinary, rage, anomalous, atypical, unacceptable, irregular, flavor, poor, informal, paltry, scarce, nonconformist, abnormal, aberrant, infrequent, off-the-wall, wretched, singular, observable, deviate, buzz, fad, spaced-out, oddball, devious, unorthodox, substandard, bush, quirky, nonstandard, outlandish, kinky, freak, style, cranky, monstrosity, sour, out-of-the-way, Queerish, last word, punk, novel, wanting, anomaly, Citable, vernacular, unprecedented, conversational, kooky, way out, off-kilter, trend, outstanding, nonliterary, SUBPAR., peculiar, off, dissatisfactory, unparalleled, weirdo, phenomenal, strange, WACK, quaint, unsatisfactory, offbeat, fantastic, idiosyncratic, lousy, curious, deficient, prominent, abnormality, memorable, unconventional, developmental, wild, dernier cri, wacky, unbookish, unliterary, signal, fashion, nameable, unexampled, outrageous, unpopular, unknown, unpredictable, Mentionable, trial, Aberrational, suboptimal, erratic, salient, hot ticket, conspicuous, untypical, bush-league, uncommon, nonformal, crazy, striking, especial, craze, unusual, lame, unaccepted, far-out, unique, bizarre, bizarro, kafkaesque, bad, remarkable, crummy, wrong, weird, deviant, ill, recherche, funky, special, freakish, rare, notable, distinctive, enthusiasm, unnatural, experimental, screwy, unwonted, uncustomary, unexpected, odd, colloquial, outre.

Quotes of standard

  1. A people and their religion must be judged by social standards based on social ethics. No other standard would have any meaning if religion is held to be necessary good for the well -being of the people. – B. R. Ambedkar
  2. I've had lots of replies, we're into the double figures now. And the overall standard is very good. In fact I've been feeling a little guilty, because I haven't replied to anyone yet- it is something I will be doing. – Peter Banks
  3. The working class owes all honor and respect to the first men who planted the standard of labor solidarity on the hostile frontier of unorganized industry. – Ralph Chaplin
  4. I would have to say I'm bored with the standard rock, guitar solos, but I've done it for five albums now, and this time I wanted to go in a completely different direction. I wasn't interested in showing off any more. – Kirk Hammett
  5. According to the standard model billions of years ago some little quantum fluctuation, perhaps a slightly lower density of matter, maybe right where we're sitting right now, caused our galaxy to start collapsing around here. – Seth Lloyd
  6. I'm more comfortable with whatever's wrong with me than my father was whenever he felt he failed or didn't measure up to the standard he set. – John Malkovich
  7. Last year in a historic move, the state of New York passed the very first cigarette fire safety standard – Ed Markey
  8. As long as male behavior is taken to be the norm, there can be no serious questioning of male traits and behavior. A norm is by definition a standard for judging; it is not itself subject to judgment. – Myriam Miedzian
  9. The current lack of a national standard for operators of medical imaging and radiation therapy equipment poses a hazard to American patients and jeopardizes quality health care. – Charles W. Pickering
  10. You can take a school like the University of Colorado, with a selective admission standard It has a better caliber student going in, so you ought to have a better caliber coming out. – Roy Romer
  11. We have a large underclass in Britain, and a fairly low standard of education. Our best universities are extremely good, but a very significant proportion of the British population that comes out of compulsory schooling with very low standards of education. – Nigel Short
  12. Humans are very aggressive and scrappy, and go to war at the drop of a hat. However, a standard land war is no longer going to work as it is no longer technically possible. – Bruce Sterling
  13. The level of potential physical productivity of a society depends on both the development of the intellect of its members, and a minimal standard of both demographic characteristics and of consumption. – Robert Trout
  14. If there is anything the nonconformist hates worse than a conformist, it's another nonconformist who doesn't conform to the prevailing standard of nonconformity. – Bill Vaughan
  15. The Lord of the Rings movie set an entirely new standard for fantasy in the movies. – Sarah Zettel

Usage examples for standard

  1. His talents will now be measured by a very different standard – Ernest Maltravers, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  2. “ " I saw your jolly address in the Standard he said to Magnet. ” – Marriage by H. G. Wells
  3. By cutting the short piece into two nearly equal parts, I could then take the larger of them, and, by a similar process, obtain the standard of a foot, and mark it also upon my rule; and so on till I had succeeded in arriving at the inches. ” – The Boy Tar by Mayne Reid
  4. If the gold standard is a good thing, why try to get rid of it? ” – One Thousand Secrets of Wise and Rich Men Revealed by C. A. Bogardus
  5. We were looking for an asteroid in a standard orbit in the Belt. ” – Gold in the Sky by Alan Edward Nourse
  6. “ To the question, " Science is the standard for everything; if we cannot believe in science, then what must we believe in?" ” – Down-with-the-Cities by Nakashima, Tadashi
  7. The open fire at once sets up a standard of comparison. ” – Backlog Studies by Charles Dudley Warner Last Updated: February 23, 2009
  8. The black, yellow and red standard flies everywhere alone. ” – A Journal of Impressions in Belgium by May Sinclair
  9. You made me feel that you were not setting a higher standard for me than you would accept for yourself. ” – The Cow Puncher by Robert J. C. Stead
  10. Robert is a warm admirer of Balzac and has read most of his books, but certainly- oh certainly- he does not in a general way appreciate our French people quite with our warmth; he takes too high a standard I tell him, and won't listen to a story for a story's sake. ” – The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1 of 2) by Frederic G. Kenyon
  11. This standard had its effect on literature. ” – Halleck's New English Literature by Reuben P. Halleck
  12. Yet if by a heaven- sent chance none, or very few, reached the necessary standard of excellence-? ” – Kai Lung's Golden Hours by Ernest Bramah Commentator: Hilaire Belloc
  13. He became her standard of behavior. ” – Carnival by Compton Mackenzie
  14. In some quarters it will be readily received as the standard life of the good President. ” – Abraham Lincoln: Was He A Christian? by John B. Remsburg
  15. And, when we do, by what standard can we measure it? ” – Jess by H. Rider Haggard
  16. Then such as he have a very low standard of morality. ” – An Ocean Tramp by William McFee
  17. They soon attracted to their standard all who were still faithful to the law. ” – The Makers and Teachers of Judaism by Charles Foster Kent
  18. It was in the Standard so there is no doubt about it. ” – A Tale of a Lonely Parish by F. Marion Crawford
  19. It was a bad dream by any standard – Space Tug by Murray Leinster
  20. It also makes a good handsome standard tree for open cultivation. ” – Soil Culture by J. H. Walden

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