Authoritative and Established


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Authoritative adjective – Being the most accurate and apparently thorough.
Established and authoritative are semantically related in orthodox topic. In some cases you can use "Established" instead an adjective "Authoritative", when it comes to topics like accepted.
Nearby Words: authority, authoritarian
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Established adjective – Brought about or set up or accepted; especially long established.
Authoritative and established are semantically related in orthodox topic. Sometimes you can use "Authoritative" instead an adjective "Established", if it concerns topics such as accepted.
Nearby Words: establishment, establishing
Synonyms for Established

Things that words describes

character authoritative character established character
status authoritative status established status
setting authoritative setting established setting
villain authoritative villain established villain
Other nouns: members, villains.
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