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Total and complete
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“The power went out, and we were left in absolute darkness.”
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Exercising power or authority without interference by others
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“The tyrant and his cronies are inexorably creating an empire that intends to rule with an absolute iron fist.”
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Not subject to any limitation, particularly in relation to power or authority
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“In the colonial period, the governor had an absolute veto over legislative enactments.”
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Providing a conclusion or finality to something
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“This evidence is the absolute proof that detectives need to pin the suspect to the crime.”
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Being entirely without fault or flaw
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“It was impossible not to appreciate the sheer beauty of her bone structure, the absolute purity of her skin.”
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Viewed or existing independently and not in relation to other things
“Popper suggested that both truth and the idea of absolute moral standards could serve as regulative principles.”
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Widespread or common in nature
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“The commercial plays on the absolute truth that no one can walk past a ball without kicking it.”
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(of alcohol) Free from mixture or adulteration
“A daily intake at, or above, 15 cl of absolute alcohol described the reported consumption of 96% of the alcoholics in their sample.”
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Incapable of being alienated, surrendered, or transferred to another
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Having absolutely no doubt
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Having or appearing to have no limits
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Not limited or restricted
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Characteristic or expected of someone or something
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Characterized by self-support
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Complete, total
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Having authority to conduct the policy, actions, and affairs of a state, organization, or people
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Of or pertaining to a diagonal or diameter
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Restricted to the person, group, or area concerned
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Surprisingly small in number or amount
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Of or relating to a plenipotentiary agent
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Having or showing a confident and forceful personality
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Noun
That which is independent of context-dependent interpretation
“To say that justice is a moral absolute is analytically true.”
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The terminal point or boundary of an area or movement
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