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Definitive adjective – Being the most accurate and apparently thorough.
Pilot is an antonym for definitive.
Nearby Words: definite, definitely, definition, definitively, definitional
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Pilot adjective – Made or done as an experiment.
Usage example: a new pilot program to train inner-city residents for jobs in the tech sector

Definitive is an antonym for pilot.
Nearby Words: piloted, piloting, pilotage, pilothouse
Antonyms for Pilot
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  • Series / Ripping Yarns Ripping Yarns was the definitive parody of the "Boy's Own" genre of the inter-war years.Ripping Yarns started a year after Python ended, with its pilot Tomkinson's Schooldays being broadcast in 1975.
  • The creators of Phineas and Ferb claim that the title characters have no definitive age (despite being nine in the pilot), just that they are "less than fifteen." They did this after making seeing how well different age groups all identified with them.
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