alphabet

Rank

Definition of rank:

part of speech: noun

Rankness.

part of speech: noun

A row of objects; a line of soldiers drawn up side by side; high position; as, a man of rank; social or official class; as, a person of low rank; the rank of captain; degree of worth or eminence; as, a poet of the first rank.

part of speech: adverb

Rankly.

part of speech: verb

To draw up in line; include in a certain class, order, or division; to be of a higher grade than.

part of speech: verb

To occupy a rank.

part of speech: verb

To place in a line: to range in a particular class: to place methodically.

part of speech: adjective

Growing high and luxuriantly: coarse from excessive growth: raised to a high degree: excessive: causing strong growth: very fertile: strong scented: strong tasted: rancid: strong.

part of speech: noun

A row or line, esp. of soldiers standing side by side: class or order: grade or degree: station: high social position.

part of speech: adjective

Rancid; strong- scented; luxuriant; flagrant.

part of speech: verb

To hold a certain grade or position.

part of speech: adjective

Plentiful and coarse in growth; as, rank weeds; strong in taste or smell; as, rank butter; extreme; as, rank poison.

part of speech: noun

A row; order; degree; dignity.

part of speech: verb

To place in a rank.

part of speech: verb

To be placed in a rank: to have a certain degree of elevation or distinction.

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