Mark and Standard

Mark

Mark noun - Something set up as an example against which others of the same type are compared.
Usage example: lately his playing hasn't been up to the mark expected of a concert pianist

Standard is a synonym for mark in characteristic topic. In some cases you can use "Standard" instead a noun "Mark", when it comes to topics like usual, device for measuring, required standard.

Nearby Words: marked, marker, marking, marksman, markup

Standard

Standard noun - Something set up as an example against which others of the same type are compared.
Usage example: the animation in that movie set the standard against which all later animated cartoons were judged

Mark is a synonym for standard in usual topic. Sometimes you can use "Mark" instead a noun "Standard", if it concerns topics such as device for measuring.

How words are described

old old mark old standard
high high mark high standard
low low mark low standard
common common mark common standard
Other adjectives: certain, original, small, huge, personal, moral, new, highest, strange, different.

Both words in one sentence

  • Analysis / Friendship Is Magic: Background Ponies The background unicorn pony Pokey Pierce but with an hourglass cutie mark and a standard horn instead of a sharp one.
  • Level Goal The usual exit to non-boss levels in Super Mario World is walking through twin poles; the standard alternate exit is finding a key and putting it into the keyhole; the Sunken Ghost Ship's exit is touching a question mark in a green circle.
    Source: Level Goal
  • Pals with Jesus Played straight with virtually all the Christian characters in The Mark of the Lion, as per the usual standard of many Christians today.
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