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Partial adjective – Inclined to favor one side over another.
Word is an antonym for partial.
Nearby Words: partiality, partially, partly
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Word noun – A pronounceable series of letters having a distinct meaning especially in a particular field.
Partial is an antonym for word in all-inclusive topic.
Nearby Words: wordy, wordless, wording, worded, wordily
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  • Bort was the shapeshifter with an identity crisis, and his name is a partial anagram of the word robot.
    Source: Robot Names
  • Literature / The Moon of Gomrath Word of God is that these are partial extracts from a real mediaeval grimoire (see the author's appendix to the book).
  • She invokes the quarters at Nigel's partial empowering in The King's Justice by Eastern (possibly Greek) names and adds the Hebrew word Selah to ritual use.
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