Wordage.info / differential

- differential
- a quality that differentiates between similar things
- relating to or showing a difference; "differential treatment"
- involving or containing one or more derivatives; "differential equation"

- Hydromatic,
- accurate,
- algorismic,
- algorithmic,
- aliquot,
- appreciative,
- aroma,
- attribute,
- automatic transmission,
- badge,
- brand,
- cachet,
- cardinal,
- cast,
- categorical,
- character,
- characteristic,
- characterizing,
- classificational,
- classificatory,
- cogwheel,
- configuration,
- contrastive,
- critical,
- cut,
- decimal,
- defining,
- delicacy,
- delicate,
- delicate distinction,
- denominative,
- diacritical,
- diagnostic,
- differencing,
- differentia,
- differential gear,
- differentiative,
- digital,
- discriminate,
- discriminating,
- discriminative,
- distinction,
- distinctive,
- distinctive feature,
- distinguishing,
- divisional,
- divisionary,
- earmark,
- even,
- exact,
- exponential,
- fastidious,
- feature,
- figural,
- figurate,
- figurative,
- figure,
- fine,
- fine point,
- finite,
- flavor,
- fractional,
- freewheel,
- gear,
- gear train,
- gearbox,
- gearing,
- gearshift,
- gearwheel,
- gust,
- hairline,
- hallmark,
- high,
- idiocrasy,
- idiosyncrasy,
- idiosyncratic,
- imaginary,
- impair,
- impossible,
- impress,
- impression,
- index,
- individualism,
- individualizing,
- individuating,
- infinite,
- integral,
- intermediate,
- irrational,
- keynote,
- lineaments,
- logarithmic,
- logometric,
- low,
- mannerism,
- margin,
- mark,
- marking,
- mold,
- narrow margin,
- nature,
- negative,
- neutral,
- nice,
- nice distinction,
- nicety,
- nuance,
- numeral,
- numerary,
- numerative,
- numeric,
- odd,
- odor,
- ordinal,
- overdrive,
- pair,
- particle of difference,
- particular,
- particularity,
- peculiar,
- peculiarity,
- personalizing,
- point of difference,
- positive,
- possible,
- precise,
- prejudiced,
- prime,
- property,
- quality,
- quirk,
- rack,
- radical,
- rational,
- real,
- reciprocal,
- refined,
- refinement,
- reverse,
- savor,
- seal,
- selective,
- sensitive,
- separative,
- shade of difference,
- shape,
- singularity,
- smack,
- special,
- specialty,
- specific,
- stamp,
- standard transmission,
- stick shift,
- subdivisional,
- submultiple,
- subtle,
- subtle distinction,
- subtlety,
- surd,
- synchromesh,
- tactful,
- taint,
- tang,
- taste,
- taxonomic,
- token,
- trait,
- transcendental,
- transmission,
- trick,
- typal,
- typical,
- wide margin

- synchromesh collapse
- an automotive system for shifting gears in which the gears revolve at the same speed and so shift smoothly related words >

- overdrive collapse
- a high gear used at high speeds to maintain the driving speed with less output power
- the state of high or excessive activity or productivity or concentration; "Troops are ready to go into overdrive as soon as the signal is given"; "Melissa's brain was in overdrive"
- drive or work too hard; "The teacher is overworking his students"; "Overdriving people often suffer stress" related words >

- Hydromatic,
- automatic transmission,
- burden,
- busy,
- carry too far,
- cogwheel,
- differential,
- differential gear,
- drive,
- exaggerate,
- exhaust,
- fag,
- freewheel,
- gear,
- gear train,
- gearbox,
- gearing,
- gearshift,
- gearwheel,
- go overboard,
- go to extremes,
- go too far,
- high,
- intermediate,
- keep busy,
- know no bounds,
- low,
- neutral,
- oppress,
- overact,
- overcarry,
- overdevelop,
- overdo,
- overelaborate,
- overemphasize,
- overexercise,
- overexert,
- overexpend,
- overindulge,
- overlabor,
- overplay,
- overreact,
- overspend,
- overstrain,
- overstress,
- overstudy,
- overtask,
- overtax,
- overtrain,
- overuse,
- overwork,
- pass all bounds,
- protest too much,
- rack,
- reverse,
- standard transmission,
- stick shift,
- sweat,
- synchromesh,
- task,
- tax,
- transmission,
- work

- computer collapse
- a machine for performing calculations automatically related words >

- IBM machine,
- IDA,
- Teleplotter,
- Telereader,
- abacist,
- accountant,
- actuary,
- adder,
- analog computer,
- analytical control unit,
- analyzer,
- bookkeeper,
- calculator,
- coder,
- collator,
- compiler,
- computer hardware,
- computer unit,
- data processor,
- decoder,
- detector,
- differential,
- differential analyzer,
- digital computer,
- digital graph plotter,
- divider,
- electronic brain,
- electronic computer,
- estimator,
- figurer,
- hardware,
- information machine,
- integrator,
- memory tubes,
- multiplier,
- phase discriminator,
- position coder,
- printer,
- printing calculator,
- receptor,
- reckoner,
- relay,
- selective calculator,
- selector,
- statistician,
- storage unit,
- telecomputer,
- thinking machine,
- transmitter,
- tristimulus computer

- divisional collapse
- constituting a division or an aliquot part of the basic monetary unit; "American divisional (fractional) coins include the dime and the nickel"; "fractional currency is currency in denominations less than the basic monetary unit"
- of or relating to a military division; "divisional artillery" related words >

- categorical,
- characteristic,
- classificational,
- classificatory,
- confining,
- definitive,
- denominative,
- differential,
- distinctive,
- divisional,
- divisionary,
- exclusive,
- limitary,
- limitative,
- limiting,
- ordinal,
- particular,
- peculiar,
- restricting,
- restrictive,
- special,
- specific,
- subdivisional,
- taxonomic,
- typal,
- typical

- exponential collapse
- a function in which an independent variable appears as an exponent
- of or involving exponents; "exponential growth" related words >

- algorismic,
- algorithmic,
- aliquot,
- cardinal,
- decimal,
- differential,
- digital,
- even,
- figural,
- figurate,
- figurative,
- finite,
- fractional,
- imaginary,
- impair,
- impossible,
- infinite,
- integral,
- irrational,
- logarithmic,
- logometric,
- negative,
- numeral,
- numerary,
- numerative,
- numeric,
- odd,
- ordinal,
- pair,
- positive,
- possible,
- prime,
- radical,
- rational,
- real,
- reciprocal,
- submultiple,
- surd,
- transcendental

- aliquot collapse
- an integer that is an exact divisor of some quantity; "4 is an aliquot part of 12"
- signifying an exact divisor or factor of a quantity related words >

- algorismic,
- algorithmic,
- cardinal,
- decimal,
- differential,
- digital,
- even,
- exponential,
- figural,
- figurate,
- figurative,
- finite,
- fractional,
- imaginary,
- impair,
- impossible,
- infinite,
- integral,
- irrational,
- logarithmic,
- logometric,
- negative,
- numeral,
- numerary,
- numerative,
- numeric,
- odd,
- ordinal,
- pair,
- positive,
- possible,
- prime,
- radical,
- rational,
- real,
- reciprocal,
- submultiple,
- surd,
- transcendental

- logarithmic collapse
- of or relating to or using logarithms; "logarithmic function" related words >

- algorismic,
- algorithmic,
- aliquot,
- cardinal,
- decimal,
- differential,
- digital,
- even,
- exponential,
- figural,
- figurate,
- figurative,
- finite,
- fractional,
- imaginary,
- impair,
- impossible,
- infinite,
- integral,
- irrational,
- logometric,
- negative,
- numeral,
- numerary,
- numerative,
- numeric,
- odd,
- ordinal,
- pair,
- positive,
- possible,
- prime,
- radical,
- rational,
- real,
- reciprocal,
- submultiple,
- surd,
- transcendental

- numeric collapse
- measured or expressed in numbers; "numerical value"; "the numerical superiority of the enemy" related words >

- algebraic,
- algorismic,
- algorithmic,
- aliquot,
- analytic,
- cardinal,
- decimal,
- differential,
- digital,
- even,
- exponential,
- figural,
- figurate,
- figurative,
- finite,
- fractional,
- geometric,
- imaginary,
- impair,
- impossible,
- infinite,
- integral,
- irrational,
- logarithmic,
- logometric,
- mathematical,
- negative,
- numeral,
- numerary,
- numerative,
- odd,
- ordinal,
- pair,
- positive,
- possible,
- prime,
- radical,
- rational,
- real,
- reciprocal,
- submultiple,
- surd,
- transcendental

- narrow margin collapse
- a small margin; "the president was not humbled by his narrow margin of victory"; "the landslide he had in the electoral college obscured the narrowness of a victory based on just 43% of the popular vote" related words >

- numerical collapse
- designated by or expressed in numbers; "numerical symbols"; "a very simple numeric code"; "numerical equations"
- relating to or having ability to think in or work with numbers; "tests for rating numerical aptitude"; "a mathematical whiz" related words >

- algebraic,
- algorismic,
- algorithmic,
- aliquot,
- analytic,
- cardinal,
- decimal,
- differential,
- digital,
- even,
- exponential,
- figural,
- figurate,
- figurative,
- finite,
- fractional,
- geometric,
- imaginary,
- impair,
- impossible,
- infinite,
- integral,
- irrational,
- logarithmic,
- logometric,
- mathematical,
- negative,
- numeral,
- numerary,
- numerative,
- numeric,
- odd,
- ordinal,
- pair,
- positive,
- possible,
- prime,
- radical,
- rational,
- real,
- reciprocal,
- submultiple,
- surd,
- transcendental

- arithmetical collapse
- relating to or involving arithmetic; "arithmetical computations" related words >

- algebraic,
- algorismic,
- algorithmic,
- aliquot,
- analytic,
- cardinal,
- decimal,
- differential,
- digital,
- even,
- exponential,
- figural,
- figurate,
- figurative,
- finite,
- fractional,
- geometric,
- imaginary,
- impair,
- impossible,
- infinite,
- integral,
- irrational,
- logarithmic,
- logometric,
- mathematical,
- negative,
- numeral,
- numerary,
- numerative,
- numeric,
- odd,
- ordinal,
- pair,
- positive,
- possible,
- prime,
- radical,
- rational,
- real,
- reciprocal,
- submultiple,
- surd,
- transcendental

- decimal collapse
- a number in the decimal system
- divided by tens or hundreds; "a decimal fraction"; "decimal coinage"
- numbered or proceeding by tens; based on ten; "the decimal system" related words >

- algorismic,
- algorithmic,
- aliquot,
- cardinal,
- decagonal,
- decahedral,
- decasyllabic,
- decuple,
- denary,
- differential,
- digital,
- even,
- exponential,
- figural,
- figurate,
- figurative,
- finite,
- fractional,
- imaginary,
- impair,
- impossible,
- infinite,
- integral,
- irrational,
- logarithmic,
- logometric,
- negative,
- numeral,
- numerary,
- numerative,
- numeric,
- odd,
- ordinal,
- pair,
- positive,
- possible,
- prime,
- radical,
- rational,
- real,
- reciprocal,
- submultiple,
- surd,
- tenfold,
- tenth,
- tithe,
- transcendental

- biopsy collapse
- examination of tissues or liquids from the living body to determine the existence or cause of a disease related words >

- Pap test,
- anatomic diagnosis,
- biological diagnosis,
- clinical diagnosis,
- cytodiagnosis,
- diagnosis,
- differential diagnosis,
- digital examination,
- electrocardiography,
- electroencephalography,
- electromyography,
- examination,
- laboratory diagnosis,
- mammography,
- oral examination,
- physical diagnosis,
- physical examination,
- postmortem diagnosis,
- serodiagnosis,
- smear,
- study,
- test,
- urinalysis,
- uroscopy,
- work-up

- urinalysis collapse
- (medicine) the chemical analysis of urine (for medical diagnosis) related words >

- Pap test,
- anatomic diagnosis,
- biological diagnosis,
- biopsy,
- clinical diagnosis,
- cytodiagnosis,
- diagnosis,
- differential diagnosis,
- digital examination,
- electrocardiography,
- electroencephalography,
- electromyography,
- examination,
- laboratory diagnosis,
- mammography,
- oral examination,
- physical diagnosis,
- physical examination,
- postmortem diagnosis,
- serodiagnosis,
- smear,
- study,
- test,
- uroscopy,
- work-up

- digital collapse
- of a circuit or device that represents magnitudes in digits; "digital computer"
- relating to or performed with the fingers; "digital examination"
- displaying numbers rather than scale positions; "digital clock"; "digital readout" related words >

- algorismic,
- algorithmic,
- aliquot,
- cardinal,
- clawed,
- decimal,
- dentate,
- differential,
- digitate,
- digitated,
- even,
- exponential,
- fanged,
- figural,
- figurate,
- figurative,
- fingered,
- finite,
- fractional,
- imaginary,
- impair,
- impossible,
- infinite,
- integral,
- irrational,
- jawed,
- logarithmic,
- logometric,
- negative,
- numeral,
- numerary,
- numerative,
- numeric,
- odd,
- ordinal,
- pair,
- positive,
- possible,
- prehensile,
- prime,
- radical,
- raptorial,
- rational,
- real,
- reciprocal,
- submultiple,
- surd,
- taloned,
- toothed,
- transcendental

- distinguishing collapse
- serving to distinguish or identify a species or group; "the distinguishing mark of the species is its plumage"; "distinctive tribal tattoos"; "we were asked to describe any identifying marks or distinguishing features" related words >

- accurate,
- appreciative,
- characteristic,
- characterizing,
- contrastive,
- critical,
- delicate,
- diacritical,
- diagnostic,
- differencing,
- differential,
- differentiative,
- discriminate,
- discriminating,
- discriminative,
- distinctive,
- exact,
- exemplary,
- fastidious,
- fine,
- idiosyncratic,
- individualizing,
- individuating,
- natural,
- naturalistic,
- nice,
- normal,
- peculiar,
- personalizing,
- precise,
- quintessential,
- realistic,
- refined,
- regular,
- sample,
- selective,
- sensitive,
- separative,
- subtle,
- tactful,
- true to form,
- true to type,
- typal,
- typic,
- typical,
- usual

- algorismic,
- algorithmic,
- aliquot,
- approximative,
- calculating,
- cardinal,
- chorographic,
- computational,
- computative,
- computing,
- decimal,
- differential,
- digital,
- enumerative,
- estimating,
- estimative,
- even,
- exponential,
- figural,
- figurate,
- figurative,
- finite,
- fractional,
- hypsographic,
- imaginary,
- impair,
- impossible,
- infinite,
- integral,
- irrational,
- logarithmic,
- logometric,
- measuring,
- mensural,
- mensurational,
- mensurative,
- metric,
- negative,
- numeral,
- numerary,
- numeric,
- oceanographic,
- odd,
- ordinal,
- pair,
- positive,
- possible,
- prime,
- quantifying,
- quantitative,
- radical,
- rational,
- real,
- reciprocal,
- statistical,
- submultiple,
- surd,
- topographic,
- transcendental,
- valuational,
- valuative

- separative collapse
- (of a word) referring singly and without exception to the members of a group; "whereas `each,' `every,' `either,' `neither,' and `none' are distributive or referring to a single member of a group, `which' in `which of the men' is separative"
- used of an accent in Hebrew orthography; indicates that the word marked is separated to a greater or lesser degree rhythmically and grammatically from the word that follows it related words >

- ablative,
- biodegradable,
- characteristic,
- characterizing,
- contrastive,
- corrosive,
- decomposable,
- decomposing,
- degradable,
- diacritical,
- diagnostic,
- differencing,
- differential,
- differentiative,
- dilapidated,
- discriminating,
- discriminative,
- disintegrable,
- disintegrated,
- disintegrating,
- disintegrative,
- disjunctive,
- disruptive,
- distinctive,
- distinguishing,
- dividing,
- erosive,
- ethnocentric,
- exceptional,
- excluding,
- exclusive,
- exclusory,
- idiosyncratic,
- inadmissible,
- individualizing,
- individuating,
- insular,
- moldering,
- narrow,
- parochial,
- parting,
- peculiar,
- personalizing,
- preclusive,
- prescriptive,
- preventive,
- prohibitive,
- ravaged,
- resolvent,
- restrictive,
- ruinous,
- seclusive,
- segregative,
- select,
- selective,
- separating,
- snobbish,
- solvent,
- worn,
- xenophobic

- appreciative collapse
- having or showing appreciation or a favorable critical judgment or opinion; "appreciative of a beautiful landscape"; "an appreciative laugh from the audience"
- feeling or expressive of gratitude; "was appreciative of his efforts"; "an appreciative word" related words >

- acclamatory,
- accurate,
- acknowledging,
- admiring,
- alive to,
- appreciative of,
- apprised of,
- approbatory,
- awake to,
- aware of,
- behind the curtain,
- behind the scenes,
- beholden,
- cognizant of,
- commendatory,
- complimentary,
- conscious of,
- crediting,
- critical,
- delicate,
- differential,
- discriminate,
- discriminating,
- discriminative,
- distinctive,
- distinguishing,
- encomiastic,
- eulogistic,
- exact,
- fastidious,
- fine,
- flattering,
- grateful,
- hep to,
- in the know,
- in the secret,
- indebted to,
- informed of,
- laudatory,
- let into,
- mindful of,
- much obliged,
- nice,
- no stranger to,
- obliged,
- on to,
- panegyric,
- precise,
- privy to,
- refined,
- regardful,
- respectful,
- seized of,
- selective,
- sensible,
- sensible of,
- sensible to,
- sensitive,
- streetwise,
- subtle,
- tactful,
- thankful,
- undeceived,
- under obligation,
- wise to

- intermediate collapse
- a substance formed during a chemical process before the desired product is obtained
- lying between two extremes in time or space or degree; "going from sitting to standing without intermediate pushes with the hands"; "intermediate stages in a process"; "intermediate stops on the route"; "an intermediate level" related words >

- Charlie McCarthy,
- Hydromatic,
- act between,
- agent,
- amidships,
- ancilla,
- appliance,
- arbitrate,
- arbitrational,
- arbitrative,
- arbitrator,
- automatic transmission,
- average,
- banal,
- bargain,
- broker,
- center,
- central,
- cogwheel,
- coming between,
- common,
- connection,
- contact,
- contrivance,
- core,
- creature,
- deputy,
- device,
- differential,
- differential gear,
- dummy,
- dupe,
- entrepreneur,
- equatorial,
- equidistant,
- fair,
- fairish,
- freewheel,
- front,
- front man,
- gear,
- gear train,
- gearbox,
- gearing,
- gearshift,
- gearwheel,
- go between,
- go-between,
- going between,
- halfway,
- handmaid,
- handmaiden,
- high,
- implement,
- indifferent,
- instrument,
- interagent,
- intercede,
- interceder,
- intercessional,
- intercessor,
- intercessory,
- intercurrent,
- interfere,
- interior,
- interjacent,
- interlocutory,
- intermedial,
- intermediary,
- intermediate agent,
- intermediator,
- intermediatory,
- intermedium,
- internuncio,
- interpleader,
- interpose,
- intervene,
- intervener,
- intervenient,
- intervening,
- interventional,
- interventionist,
- interventor,
- judge,
- lever,
- low,
- make terms,
- mean,
- mechanism,
- medial,
- median,
- mediate,
- mediating,
- mediative,
- mediator,
- mediatorial,
- mediatory,
- mediocre,
- mediterranean,
- medium,
- meet halfway,
- mesial,
- mesne,
- mezzo,
- mid,
- middle,
- middle-of-the-road,
- middleman,
- middlemost,
- middling,
- midland,
- midmost,
- midships,
- midway,
- midwife,
- minion,
- moderate,
- mouthpiece,
- negotiant,
- negotiate,
- negotiator,
- negotiatress,
- negotiatrix,
- neutral,
- normal,
- nuclear,
- ombudsman,
- ordinary,
- organ,
- overdrive,
- pacificatory,
- pawn,
- plaything,
- puppet,
- rack,
- referee,
- represent,
- reverse,
- routine,
- servant,
- slave,
- so-so,
- spokesman,
- spokeswoman,
- standard,
- standard transmission,
- step in,
- stick shift,
- stooge,
- synchromesh,
- tool,
- toy,
- transitional,
- transmission,
- treat with,
- umpire,
- usual,
- vehicle

- prejudicial collapse
- tending to favor preconceived ideas; "the presence of discriminatory or prejudicial attitudes in the white population" related words >

- bad,
- baleful,
- baneful,
- corroding,
- corrosive,
- corrupting,
- corruptive,
- counterproductive,
- damaging,
- deadly,
- deleterious,
- detrimental,
- differential,
- disadvantageous,
- discriminative,
- disserviceable,
- distressing,
- evil,
- forejudged,
- harmful,
- hurtful,
- inimical,
- injurious,
- judged beforehand,
- lethal,
- malefic,
- malevolent,
- malign,
- malignant,
- mischievous,
- noisome,
- noxious,
- ominous,
- pernicious,
- poisonous,
- preconceived,
- preconceptual,
- preconcluded,
- predecided,
- predetermined,
- predisposed,
- predispositional,
- prejudged,
- prejudging,
- presumed,
- presupposed,
- presurmised,
- scatheful,
- toxic,
- unadvantageous,
- unfavorable,
- unprofitable,
- unrewarding,
- useless,
- venenate,
- veneniferous,
- venenous,
- venomous,
- vicious,
- virulent,
- worthless

- diagnosis collapse
- identifying the nature or cause of some phenomenon related words >

- Pap test,
- action,
- anatomic diagnosis,
- award,
- biological diagnosis,
- biopsy,
- clinical diagnosis,
- condemnation,
- consideration,
- construction,
- cytodiagnosis,
- decision,
- decree,
- definition,
- deliverance,
- description,
- determination,
- dictum,
- differential diagnosis,
- digital examination,
- doom,
- electrocardiography,
- electroencephalography,
- electromyography,
- examination,
- finding,
- interpretation,
- laboratory diagnosis,
- mammography,
- meaning,
- oral examination,
- order,
- physical diagnosis,
- physical examination,
- postmortem diagnosis,
- precedent,
- prognosis,
- pronouncement,
- reading,
- resolution,
- ruling,
- sentence,
- serodiagnosis,
- smear,
- study,
- test,
- urinalysis,
- uroscopy,
- verdict,
- way of seeing,
- work-up

- accurate collapse
- conforming exactly or almost exactly to fact or to a standard or performing with total accuracy; "an accurate reproduction"; "the accounting was accurate"; "accurate measurements"; "an accurate scale"
- (of ideas, images, representations, expressions) characterized by perfect conformity to fact or truth ; strictly correct; "a precise image"; "a precise measurement" related words >

- OK,
- absolute,
- all right,
- appreciative,
- attentive,
- authentic,
- careful,
- close,
- conscientious,
- correct,
- critical,
- dead right,
- delicate,
- demanding,
- dependable,
- detailed,
- differential,
- discriminate,
- discriminating,
- discriminative,
- distinctive,
- distinguishing,
- exact,
- exacting,
- exigent,
- exquisite,
- fastidious,
- faultless,
- fine,
- finical,
- finicking,
- finicky,
- flawless,
- fussy,
- just,
- just right,
- letter-perfect,
- meticulous,
- minute,
- narrow,
- nice,
- okay,
- on the mark,
- particular,
- perfect,
- precise,
- precisianistic,
- precisionistic,
- proper,
- punctilious,
- punctual,
- refined,
- reliable,
- religious,
- right,
- rigid,
- rigorous,
- scrupulous,
- scrutinizing,
- selective,
- sensitive,
- straight,
- straight-up-and-down,
- strict,
- subtle,
- tactful,
- unerring

- diagnostic collapse
- characteristic or indicative of e.g. a disease; "a diagnostic sign of yellow fever"; "diagnostic information"; "a rash symptomatic of scarlet fever"; "symptomatic of insanity"; "a rise in crime symptomatic of social breakdown"
- concerned with diagnosis; used for furthering diagnosis; "a diagnostic clinic"; "a diagnostic reading test"; "diagnostic information" related words >

- characteristic,
- characterizing,
- connotative,
- constructional,
- constructive,
- contrastive,
- definitional,
- demonstrative,
- denominative,
- denotative,
- descriptive,
- designative,
- diacritical,
- differencing,
- differential,
- differentiative,
- discriminating,
- discriminative,
- distinctive,
- distinguishing,
- emblematic,
- evidential,
- exegetic,
- exhibitive,
- expressive,
- figural,
- figurative,
- hermeneutic,
- identifying,
- ideographic,
- idiosyncratic,
- implicative,
- indicating,
- indicative,
- indicatory,
- individual,
- individualizing,
- individuating,
- interpretational,
- interpretive,
- meaningful,
- metaphorical,
- naming,
- pathognomonic,
- peculiar,
- personalizing,
- proper,
- representative,
- semantic,
- semeiological,
- semiotic,
- separative,
- signalizing,
- significant,
- significative,
- signifying,
- suggestive,
- symbolic,
- symbolistic,
- symbological,
- symptomatic,
- symptomatologic,
- symptomatological,
- tropological,
- typical

- gear collapse
- a toothed wheel that engages another toothed mechanism in order to change the speed or direction of transmitted motion
- equipment consisting of miscellaneous articles needed for a particular operation or sport etc.
- a mechanism for transmitting motion for some specific purpose (as the steering gear of a vehicle)
- set the level or character of; "She pitched her speech to the teenagers in the audience" related words >

- Hydromatic,
- accessories,
- accommodate,
- accouter,
- accouterments,
- action,
- adapt,
- adjust,
- apparatus,
- apparel,
- appendages,
- appliances,
- appoint,
- appointments,
- appurtenances,
- arm,
- armament,
- array,
- attire,
- automatic transmission,
- bag and baggage,
- baggage,
- bedizenment,
- belongings,
- chattels,
- clobber,
- clockworks,
- clothes,
- clothing,
- cog,
- cogwheel,
- conveniences,
- cordage,
- cording,
- costume,
- differential,
- differential gear,
- drapery,
- dress,
- dressing,
- drive train,
- duds,
- duffel,
- dunnage,
- effects,
- equip,
- equipage,
- equipment,
- facilities,
- facility,
- fashion,
- fatigues,
- feathers,
- fig,
- fit,
- fit out,
- fit up,
- fittings,
- fixtures,
- freewheel,
- furnish,
- furnishings,
- furniture,
- garb,
- garments,
- gear train,
- gearbox,
- gearing,
- gearshift,
- gearwheel,
- goods,
- guise,
- habiliment,
- habiliments,
- habit,
- heel,
- high,
- impedimenta,
- implements,
- innards,
- installations,
- intermediate,
- investiture,
- investment,
- junk,
- kit,
- linen,
- livery,
- low,
- luggage,
- machinery,
- man,
- materials,
- materiel,
- means,
- mechanism,
- motion,
- movement,
- movements,
- munition,
- munitions,
- neutral,
- outfit,
- overdrive,
- panoply,
- paraphernalia,
- plant,
- plumbing,
- possessions,
- power train,
- prepare,
- rack,
- rags,
- raiment,
- regalia,
- reverse,
- rig,
- rig out,
- rig up,
- rigging,
- robes,
- ropework,
- roping,
- running rigging,
- service,
- serving,
- servomechanism,
- shit,
- sportswear,
- staff,
- standard transmission,
- standing rigging,
- stick shift,
- stock-in-trade,
- stuff,
- style,
- suit,
- supplies,
- synchromesh,
- tack,
- tackle,
- tackling,
- tailor,
- things,
- threads,
- togs,
- toilette,
- tools,
- transmission,
- trappings,
- traps,
- trim,
- turn out,
- uniform,
- utensils,
- vestment,
- vestments,
- vesture,
- watchworks,
- wear,
- wearing apparel,
- wheels,
- wheels within wheels,
- whipping,
- workings,
- works

- hairline collapse
- the natural margin formed by hair on the head
- a very thin line related words >

- band,
- bar,
- cross-hatching,
- dash,
- delicacy,
- delicate,
- delicate distinction,
- delineation,
- diagonal,
- differentia,
- differential,
- distinction,
- dotted line,
- fine point,
- finespun,
- hachure,
- hairsplitting,
- hatching,
- line,
- lineation,
- margin,
- narrow margin,
- nice,
- nice distinction,
- nicety,
- nuance,
- particle of difference,
- point of difference,
- refined,
- refinement,
- score,
- shade of difference,
- slash,
- streak,
- streaking,
- striation,
- strip,
- stripe,
- striping,
- stroke,
- sublineation,
- subtle,
- subtle distinction,
- subtlety,
- underline,
- underlining,
- underscore,
- underscoring,
- virgule,
- wide margin

- selective collapse
- tending to select; characterized by careful choice; "an exceptionally quick and selective reader"- John Mason Brown
- characterized by very careful or fastidious selection; "the school was very selective in its admissions" related words >

- accurate,
- adoptive,
- appointive,
- appreciative,
- censorious,
- choicy,
- choosing,
- choosy,
- clannish,
- cliquish,
- conscientious,
- constituent,
- critical,
- delicate,
- demanding,
- differential,
- discerning,
- discriminate,
- discriminating,
- discriminative,
- discriminatory,
- distinctive,
- distinguishing,
- eclectic,
- elect,
- elective,
- electoral,
- ethnocentric,
- exact,
- exacting,
- exceptional,
- excluding,
- exclusive,
- exclusory,
- fastidious,
- fine,
- inadmissible,
- insular,
- meticulous,
- narrow,
- nice,
- parochial,
- particular,
- perfectionistic,
- picky,
- precise,
- precisianistic,
- preclusive,
- prescriptive,
- preventive,
- priggish,
- prohibitive,
- prudish,
- punctilious,
- puristic,
- puritanic,
- refined,
- restrictive,
- scrupulous,
- seclusive,
- segregative,
- select,
- selecting,
- sensitive,
- separative,
- snobbish,
- snobby,
- strict,
- subtle,
- tactful,
- xenophobic

- figural collapse
- consisting of or forming human or animal figures; "a figural design"; "the figurative art of the humanistic tradition"- Herbert Read related words >

- algorismic,
- algorithmic,
- aliquot,
- cardinal,
- connotative,
- decimal,
- demonstrative,
- denominative,
- denotative,
- designative,
- diagnostic,
- differential,
- digital,
- emblematic,
- even,
- evidential,
- exhibitive,
- exponential,
- expressive,
- figurate,
- figurative,
- finite,
- fractional,
- identifying,
- ideographic,
- idiosyncratic,
- imaginary,
- impair,
- implicative,
- impossible,
- indicating,
- indicative,
- indicatory,
- individual,
- infinite,
- integral,
- irrational,
- logarithmic,
- logometric,
- meaningful,
- metaphorical,
- naming,
- negative,
- numeral,
- numerary,
- numerative,
- numeric,
- odd,
- ordinal,
- pair,
- pathognomonic,
- peculiar,
- positive,
- possible,
- prime,
- radical,
- rational,
- real,
- reciprocal,
- representative,
- semantic,
- semiotic,
- signalizing,
- significant,
- significative,
- signifying,
- submultiple,
- suggestive,
- surd,
- symbolic,
- symbolistic,
- symbological,
- symptomatic,
- symptomatologic,
- transcendental,
- typical

- abnormal psychology,
- academic psychology,
- analytical psychology,
- animal psychology,
- applied psychology,
- clinical psychology,
- cognitive psychology,
- comparative psychology,
- constitutional psychology,
- criminal psychology,
- depth psychology,
- developmental psychology,
- differential psychology,
- dynamic psychology,
- ecological psychology,
- educational psychology,
- existential psychology,
- experimental psychology,
- faculty psychology,
- folk psychology,
- functional psychology,
- genetic psychology,
- group psychology,
- hormic psychology,
- industrial psychology,
- mental philosophy,
- metapsychics,
- metapsychism,
- morbid psychology,
- neuropsychology,
- panpsychism,
- phenomenological psychology,
- physiological psychology,
- popular psychology,
- psychic monism,
- psychical research,
- psychicism,
- psychics,
- psychism,
- psychobiochemistry,
- psychobiology,
- psychodiagnostics,
- psychodynamics,
- psychogenetics,
- psychogeriatrics,
- psycholinguistics,
- psychological medicine,
- psychological warfare,
- psychology,
- psychometrics,
- psychonomics,
- psychonomy,
- psychopathology,
- psychophysics,
- psychophysiology,
- psychosomatics,
- psychosophy,
- psychotechnics,
- psychotechnology,
- psychotherapeutics,
- race psychology,
- rational psychology,
- reactology,
- reflexology,
- self psychology,
- social psychology,
- structural psychology

- transmission collapse
- the act of sending a message; causing a message to be transmitted
- the gears that transmit power from an automobile engine via the driveshaft to the live axle
- communication by means of transmitted signals related words >

- FCC,
- FM broadcasting,
- Federal Communications Commission,
- Hydromatic,
- abalienation,
- account,
- acquaintance,
- alienation,
- amortization,
- amortizement,
- announcement,
- assignation,
- assignment,
- automatic transmission,
- bargain and sale,
- barter,
- bequeathal,
- blue book,
- briefing,
- broadcast,
- broadcasting,
- bulletin,
- carrying,
- cession,
- cogwheel,
- communication,
- communique,
- conduction,
- conferment,
- conferral,
- consignation,
- consignment,
- contagion,
- convection,
- conveyance,
- conveyancing,
- data,
- datum,
- deeding,
- deliverance,
- delivery,
- demise,
- deportation,
- diapedesis,
- differential,
- differential gear,
- diffusion,
- directory,
- disclosure,
- dispatch,
- disposal,
- disposition,
- dissemination,
- enfeoffment,
- enlightenment,
- evidence,
- exchange,
- export,
- exportation,
- expulsion,
- extradition,
- facts,
- factual information,
- fade-out,
- familiarization,
- forwarding,
- freewheel,
- gear,
- gear train,
- gearbox,
- gearing,
- gearshift,
- gearwheel,
- gen,
- general information,
- giving,
- guidebook,
- handout,
- hard information,
- high,
- impartation,
- imparting,
- impartment,
- import,
- importation,
- incidental information,
- info,
- information,
- instruction,
- intelligence,
- interchange,
- intermediate,
- knowledge,
- lease and release,
- light,
- low,
- mention,
- message,
- metastasis,
- metathesis,
- metempsychosis,
- migration,
- mixing,
- movement,
- moving,
- mutual transfer,
- neutral,
- notice,
- notification,
- osmosis,
- overdrive,
- passage,
- passing over,
- perfusion,
- presentation,
- promotional material,
- proof,
- publication,
- publicity,
- rack,
- radiobroadcasting,
- release,
- report,
- reverse,
- sale,
- sending,
- settlement,
- settling,
- sharing,
- shipment,
- shipping,
- sidelight,
- spread,
- spreading,
- standard broadcasting,
- standard transmission,
- statement,
- stick shift,
- surrender,
- synchromesh,
- telecasting,
- telling,
- the dope,
- the goods,
- the know,
- the scoop,
- tone control,
- trading,
- transduction,
- transfer,
- transfer of property,
- transference,
- transferral,
- transfusion,
- transit,
- transition,
- translation,
- translocation,
- transmigration,
- transmigration of souls,
- transmittal,
- transmittance,
- transmitting,
- transplacement,
- transplantation,
- transport,
- transportation,
- transporting,
- transposal,
- transposition,
- travel,
- vestigial transmission,
- vesting,
- volume control,
- white book,
- white paper,
- word

- distinctive collapse
- of a feature that helps to distinguish a person or thing; "Jerusalem has a distinctive Middle East flavor"- Curtis Wilkie; "that is typical of you!" related words >

- accurate,
- appreciative,
- appropriate,
- articulate,
- audible,
- categorical,
- characteristic,
- characterizing,
- classificational,
- classificatory,
- clear,
- contrastive,
- critical,
- defining,
- definite,
- delicate,
- denominative,
- diacritical,
- diagnostic,
- differencing,
- differential,
- differentiative,
- discrete,
- discriminate,
- discriminating,
- discriminative,
- distinct,
- distinguished,
- distinguishing,
- divisional,
- divisionary,
- exact,
- exemplary,
- fastidious,
- fine,
- hearable,
- hi-fi,
- high-fidelity,
- idiocratic,
- idiosyncratic,
- in character,
- individual,
- individualizing,
- individuating,
- intrinsic,
- marked,
- natural,
- naturalistic,
- nice,
- normal,
- ordinal,
- particular,
- peculiar,
- personalizing,
- plain,
- precise,
- proper,
- quintessential,
- realistic,
- refined,
- regular,
- sample,
- selective,
- sensitive,
- separate,
- separative,
- several,
- single,
- singular,
- special,
- specific,
- subdivisional,
- subtle,
- tactful,
- taxonomic,
- true to form,
- true to type,
- typal,
- typic,
- typical,
- unique,
- usual

- air,
- aroma,
- atmosphere,
- attribute,
- aura,
- badge,
- balminess,
- bouquet,
- brand,
- breath,
- cachet,
- cast,
- character,
- characteristic,
- configuration,
- cut,
- differentia,
- differential,
- distinctive feature,
- earmark,
- feature,
- fetor,
- figure,
- flavor,
- fragrance,
- fragrancy,
- fruitiness,
- gust,
- hallmark,
- hint,
- idiocrasy,
- idiosyncrasy,
- impress,
- impression,
- incense,
- index,
- individualism,
- keynote,
- lineaments,
- mannerism,
- mark,
- marking,
- mold,
- muskiness,
- nature,
- nosegay,
- particularity,
- peculiarity,
- perfume,
- property,
- quality,
- quirk,
- redolence,
- savor,
- scent,
- seal,
- shape,
- singularity,
- smack,
- smell,
- specialty,
- spice,
- spiciness,
- spirit,
- stamp,
- stench,
- stink,
- suggestion,
- sweet savor,
- sweet smell,
- taint,
- tang,
- taste,
- token,
- tone,
- trait,
- trick

- finite collapse
- bounded or limited in magnitude or spatial or temporal extent
- of verbs; relating to forms of the verb that are limited in time by a tense and (usually) show agreement with number and person related words >

- Adamite,
- Adamitic,
- algorismic,
- algorithmic,
- aliquot,
- anthropocentric,
- anthropological,
- bound,
- bounded,
- cardinal,
- conditioned,
- confined,
- copyrighted,
- countable,
- cramped,
- decimal,
- definable,
- defined,
- definite,
- delimited,
- determinate,
- differential,
- digital,
- disciplined,
- earthy,
- even,
- exact,
- exponential,
- figural,
- figurate,
- figurative,
- fixed,
- fleshly,
- fractional,
- frail,
- hominal,
- homocentric,
- human,
- humanistic,
- imaginary,
- impair,
- impossible,
- infinite,
- integral,
- irrational,
- limited,
- logarithmic,
- logometric,
- man-centered,
- moderated,
- mortal,
- narrow,
- negative,
- numerable,
- numeral,
- numerary,
- numerative,
- numeric,
- odd,
- only human,
- ordinal,
- pair,
- patented,
- positive,
- possible,
- precise,
- prescribed,
- prime,
- proscribed,
- qualified,
- radical,
- rational,
- real,
- reciprocal,
- restricted,
- specific,
- strait,
- straitened,
- submultiple,
- surd,
- tellurian,
- terminable,
- transcendental,
- unangelic,
- weak

- possible collapse
- something that can be done; "politics is the art of the possible"
- an applicant who might be suitable
- capable of happening or existing; "a breakthrough may be possible next year"; "anything is possible"; "warned of possible consequences" related words >

- accomplishable,
- achievable,
- admissible,
- advisable,
- algorismic,
- algorithmic,
- aliquot,
- attainable,
- available,
- between the lines,
- cardinal,
- cogitable,
- conceivable,
- conceivably possible,
- contingent,
- covert,
- credible,
- cryptic,
- decimal,
- delitescent,
- differential,
- digital,
- doable,
- dormant,
- earthly,
- esoteric,
- even,
- expedient,
- exponential,
- feasible,
- figural,
- figurate,
- figurative,
- finite,
- fractional,
- hibernating,
- hidden,
- humanly possible,
- imaginable,
- imaginary,
- impair,
- impossible,
- infinite,
- integral,
- irrational,
- latent,
- likely,
- logarithmic,
- logometric,
- lurking,
- mortal,
- muffled,
- mystic,
- negative,
- numeral,
- numerary,
- numerative,
- numeric,
- obfuscated,
- obscured,
- occult,
- odd,
- on,
- ordinal,
- pair,
- plausible,
- positive,
- potential,
- practicable,
- practical,
- prime,
- probable,
- radical,
- rational,
- reachable,
- real,
- realizable,
- reasonable,
- reciprocal,
- sleeping,
- submerged,
- submultiple,
- surd,
- tenable,
- thinkable,
- transcendental,
- under the surface,
- underlying,
- unmanifested,
- veiled,
- viable,
- virtual,
- workable

- discriminating collapse
- showing or indicating careful judgment and discernment especially in matters of taste; "the discriminating eye of the connoisseur" related words >

- accurate,
- adoptive,
- appointive,
- appreciative,
- careful,
- censorious,
- characteristic,
- characterizing,
- choicy,
- choosing,
- choosy,
- circumspect,
- civilized,
- conscientious,
- considerate,
- constituent,
- contrastive,
- critical,
- cultivated,
- cultured,
- dainty,
- delicate,
- diacritical,
- diagnostic,
- differencing,
- differential,
- differentiative,
- discerning,
- discreet,
- discriminate,
- discriminative,
- distinctive,
- distinguishing,
- eclectic,
- elective,
- electoral,
- elegant,
- enlightened,
- exact,
- exacting,
- fastidious,
- fine,
- fussy,
- graceful,
- gracile,
- gracious,
- idiosyncratic,
- individualizing,
- individuating,
- judgmatic,
- judicial,
- judicious,
- keen,
- meticulous,
- nice,
- particular,
- peculiar,
- perceptive,
- perfectionistic,
- personalizing,
- picky,
- polished,
- politic,
- precise,
- precisianistic,
- priggish,
- provident,
- prudent,
- prudential,
- prudish,
- punctilious,
- puristic,
- puritanic,
- refined,
- reflecting,
- reflective,
- scrupulous,
- select,
- selecting,
- selective,
- sensitive,
- separative,
- sophisticated,
- strict,
- subtle,
- tactful,
- thoughtful,
- well-advised,
- well-judged,
- wise

- accelerator collapse
- a valve that regulates the supply of fuel to the engine
- a scientific instrument that increases the kinetic energy of charged particles
- a pedal that controls the throttle valve; "he stepped on the gas" related words >

- PCV valve,
- alternator,
- ammeter,
- atom smasher,
- atomic accelerator,
- atomic cannon,
- bearings,
- bonnet,
- boot,
- brake,
- bucket seat,
- bumper,
- camshaft,
- carburetor,
- chassis,
- choke,
- clutch,
- connecting rod,
- convertible top,
- cowl,
- crank,
- crankcase,
- crankshaft,
- cutout,
- cylinder,
- cylinder head,
- dash,
- dashboard,
- differential,
- distributor,
- exhaust,
- exhaust pipe,
- fan,
- fender,
- flywheel,
- gear,
- gearbox,
- gearshift,
- generator,
- headlight,
- headrest,
- hood,
- horn,
- ignition,
- intake,
- manifold,
- muffler,
- parking light,
- particle accelerator,
- piston,
- power brakes,
- power steering,
- radiator,
- rear-view mirror,
- seat belt,
- shock absorber,
- spark plug,
- speedometer,
- springs,
- starter,
- steering wheel,
- top,
- transmission,
- universal,
- valve,
- windscreen,
- windshield

- equation collapse
- the act of regarding as equal
- a mathematical statement that two expressions are equal related words >

- accommodation,
- addend,
- adjustment,
- antilogarithm,
- argument,
- balance,
- base,
- binomial,
- characteristic,
- coefficient,
- coequality,
- coextension,
- combination,
- complement,
- congruence,
- constant,
- coordination,
- correspondence,
- cosine,
- cotangent,
- cube,
- decimal,
- denominator,
- derivative,
- determinant,
- difference,
- differential,
- discriminate,
- dividend,
- divisor,
- e,
- equality,
- equalization,
- equalizing,
- equating,
- equilibration,
- equilibrium,
- equipoise,
- equipollence,
- equiponderance,
- equity,
- equivalence,
- equivalency,
- evening,
- evening up,
- evenness,
- exponent,
- exponential,
- factor,
- formula,
- function,
- i,
- identity,
- increment,
- index,
- integral,
- integration,
- justice,
- levelness,
- likeness,
- matrix,
- minuend,
- multiple,
- multiplier,
- norm,
- numerator,
- par,
- parallelism,
- parameter,
- parity,
- permutation,
- pi,
- poise,
- polynomial,
- power,
- proportion,
- quaternion,
- quotient,
- radical,
- radix,
- reciprocal,
- remainder,
- root,
- secant,
- sine,
- submultiple,
- subtrahend,
- symmetry,
- tangent,
- tensor,
- variable,
- vector,
- versine

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