Advantage and Say


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Advantage noun – The more favorable condition or position in a competition.
Say and advantage are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Say" instead a noun "Advantage".
Nearby Words: advantaged, advantageous, advantageously, advantaging
Synonyms for Advantage


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Say noun – The right to express a wish, choice, or opinion.
Advantage and say are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Advantage" instead a noun "Say".
Nearby Word: saying
Synonyms for Say

How words are described

good good advantage good say
best best advantage best say
considerable considerable advantage considerable say
single single advantage single say
Other adjectives: powerful, actual, real, large, big, great, huge, little, important, major, military, significant, greater, primary.

Both words in one sentence

  • There may even be some slight advantage, at your age, in not being able to say anything.
  • Film / Back to the Future Part III Not So Different: Strickland does say he's like Tannen in that he takes every advantage he can get.
  • Attempting to take advantage of this, Chuck tried to get Sarah to say they might be able to have a relationship.
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Say or Advantage. 2016. Accessed October 22, 2020.

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