|somebody or something outstanding||lulu|
|(French) nail; cynosure, major point of interest; highlight (as the most memorable or outstanding feature, event, experience etc.)||clou|
|(Slang) great, excellent; of outstanding quality or ability, someone who has great ability, something excellent; corn confection, sweet corn snack||crackajack|
|(Slang) someone beautiful; something excellent, something outstanding||beaut|
|1,000 dollars, grand piano, grand piano; one thousand dollars (Slang), impressive, large, impressive; dignified; fancy, magnificent, splendid, wonderful; chief, main, outstanding, principal, worthy of respect||grand|
|50% of the outstanding votes plus one vote.||Control|
|a service mark for an award given annually for achievement in the recorded music industry, any of a number of golden statuettes awarded by the American National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences for outstanding achievement in the recording industry||Grammy|
|agreed, extremely good, superior, extraordinary, outstanding||excellent|
|always fashionable, creation that serves as an example to be followed (outstanding piece of art, excellent book, etc.); something worth remembering; something traditional, definitive, excellent; timeless; traditional; serving as a model (in art and lit...||classic|
|asterisk, be leading performer, celestial body in relation to fate, cover or decorate something with stars, destiny, have as leading actor, mark something with star, mass of gas in space, most important or proficient person, outstanding, play a leading...||star|
|award winner, crowned with laurel, deserving honor, made of laurel, one who has been honored or received an award for outstanding achievement in a particular field; poet laureate, worthy of honor, deserving recognition; crowned with laurels as a mark o...||laureate|
|basic feature, chemical constituent of plant, concentrated plant extract, ideal nature of something, identifying nature, inherent nature of something, spirit, central or outstanding characteristic; extract obtained from a plant or other substance by me...||essence|
|become exulted, celebratory spectacle, defeat, win, succeed; celebrate a victory, joy about success, outstanding success, Roman victory parade, conquest, achievement, win or achieve success||triumph|
|blood feud (especially between two families); outstanding feud, enmity, blood feud between families, prolonged feud||vendetta|
|brilliance, distinction, superiority; high quality, excellent quality, outstanding feature||excellence|
|brilliant-cut gemstone, excellent, extremely bright or radiant, great, intelligent or talented, magnificent, outstanding, splendid, shining; clever, very intelligent, vivid||brilliant|
|causing amazement, huge, stupendous; surprising; astonishing, astounding, outstanding||amazing|
|clear, famous, renowned, prominent; outstanding, conspicuous; high; protruding, of high standing||eminent|
|Currency: exchange rate policy whereby the authorities do not accept an obligation to limit the range of the market rate., Equities: number of shares of a corporation that are outstanding and available for trading by the public, excluding insiders or r...||Float|
|decisive argument, something outstanding||sockdolager; sockdologer|
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