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Noun
A position within the hierarchy of an organization or society
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“Administrative responsibilities will vary, depending on the person's rank within the organization.”
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High social status or position
“On one of my several excursions on the Rhine, we had aboard the steamboat an English family of high rank.”
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A row, column or group of people or things
“When he was sure the barrage from his men would continue, Rodrik Varl ordered the next rank of horsemen and infantry toward the field.”
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A class or category of people or things
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“Those in the top rank of the elite form a dominant oligarchy within which they rule over the citizenry.”
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The state of being illustrious
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The state of preceding in importance or priority
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(of a sporting event or exam) Final scores, marks, or placings
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An occupation, role, social class, or lifestyle
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A place where vehicles, typically taxis, wait for passengers
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The action, process, or result of arranging or being arranged
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Job title
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Used in architecture, and as an insignia of military or police rank, on the sleeve
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Adicity or adinity
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An official name, description, or title
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Behavior that conforms to accepted standards of respectability and good breeding
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A person who serves in an army
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To assort according to type, category or class
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“Surprisingly, critics have failed to rank it as a classic example of literature within its niche.”
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To assign to, or make a judgment on, someone's or something's position in a hierarchy
“Where would you rank this movie in terms of the all-time classics?”
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To have a specified rank or place within a grading system
“These can rank among the most reliable of sources when properly evaluated and analyzed.”
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To arrange in a row or rows
“The steel tables, clean and gleaming, were ranked in rows all the way to the back shadows.”
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To estimate the value of something
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To organize or place in order
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To designate a date earlier than the actual one
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To surpass or be better than something or someone else
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Adjective
Having a foul or offensive smell
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“A rank smell from the kitchen wafted its way towards Hailey's nose.”
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Rich and profuse in growth
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“He slipped, stumbled, and fell full length into the rank grass.”
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To an absolute degree
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“In view of these facts, it would seem like rank stupidity to discourage the development of the culture of the grape and its various products.”
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Obscene or vulgar in nature
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“The villainous bribery and rank debauchery continues to disgrace the borough.”
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Very noticeable, especially for being incorrect or bad
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“The prejudice of unfounded belief often degenerates into the prejudice of custom, and becomes at last rank hypocrisy.”
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Not restrained or held in check
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Inclined to shriek, or characterised by shrieks
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Scruffy or shabby