Rank and Succession

Rank

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Rank noun – The placement of someone or something in relation to others in a vertical arrangement.
Succession and rank are semantically related. in sequence topic. In some cases you can use "Succession" instead a noun "Rank", when it comes to topics like row.
Nearby Words: ranking, ranked, ranker
Synonyms for Rank

Succession

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Succession noun – Acquisition of property by descent or by will.
Rank and succession are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Rank" instead a noun "Succession".
Nearby Words: success, successive, successor, successively, successiveness
Synonyms for Succession

How words are described

similar similar rank similar succession
normal normal rank normal succession
proper proper rank proper succession
actual actual rank actual succession
Other adjectives: new, possible, royal, next, previous.

Both words in one sentence

  • And averted in the finale, as Nunally is elevated to the rank of Empress despite being near the bottom of the line of succession.
  • Webcomic / TwoKinds Nothing could go wrong with that, nope... It's not merely custom, either — the law expressly states that "rank can only be earned through succession or combat." Leads to a bit of Fridge Brilliance in a recent chapter: Keith did defeat Alaric in single combat!
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something Succession to the Emperor's throne is dictated not only by heredity, but by merit and accomplishment: the royal who rises to the rank of Commander-in-Chief and most distinguishes themself by their actions is the one who is named the successor.
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