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What is another word for extreme?

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Adjective
(neutral or positive) Of a high or the highest degree or intensity
“It was paradise on earth, and he was in a state of extreme bliss.”
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Very severe or serious
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“Negotiations had broken down, and the president decided that it was time for extreme measures.”
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Furthest from the center or a given point
“For proper operation, each SCSI bus segment must be terminated at the two extreme ends of the segment.”
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Far beyond the norm in terms of public opinion
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“These extreme positions tend to put fear into the minds of the country's population.”
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Denoting or relating to a sport involving great risk
“From a young age, he displayed a degree of fearlessness that predisposed him to a career in extreme sports.”
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Severe or intense, especially in a painful or unpleasant way
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Exhibiting enthusiasm or strong passion
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Unusually good or remarkable
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Dangerous or full of peril
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Of great size
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Firmly established and difficult or unlikely to change
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Blatantly obvious or conspicuous
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Contrary to reason or common sense
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Directly opposite in character or tendency
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Deviating from what is standard, normal, or expected
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Characterized by windy or stormy conditions
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Extending deeply
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New, radical and extreme
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Sophisticated in a way that is intended to impress
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Favouring confrontational or violent methods in support of a political or social cause
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Not previously encountered
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Situated on or near the exterior or external surface of something
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Final, as a last resort
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Very low or below average in temperature
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Presented in vividly shocking or sensational terms
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Difficult to believe or unlikely to happen
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Being advanced in development
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Noun
The highest or most extreme degree of something
“Their new product will represent the extreme of what is possible on today's graphics cards.”
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Either of two abstract things that are as different from each other as possible
“The two extremes of the spectrum appear to remain in their own little bubbles for the most part.”
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An intense concentration of force or power
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The edge or extremity of an area or land mass
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Lack of moderation in one's behavior or consumption