Most Appurtenant

Pronunciation of Most Appurtenant
/mˈə͡ʊst ɐpˈɜːtənənt/, /mˈə‍ʊst ɐpˈɜːtənənt/, /m_ˈəʊ_s_t ɐ_p_ˈɜː_t_ə_n_ə_n_t/

Synonyms for most appurtenant:

ancillary (adjective)

accessory, accompanying, additional, adjuvant, appurtenant, attendant, attending, coincident, collateral, concomitant, contributory, incident, satellite, secondary, subordinate, subservient, subsidary.

appropriate (adjective)

adapted, applicable, apropos, apt, becoming, befitting, belonging, congruous, convenient, correct, deserved, desired, due, felicitous, fit, fitting, germane, good, just, on the button, on the nose, opportune, pertinent, proper, relevant, right, rightful, seemly, tailor-made, true, useful, well-timed, well-suited.

auxiliary (adjective)

ancillary, backup, complementary, extra, reserve, spare, subsidiary, supporting, Abetting.

collateral (adjective)

added, adjunctive, auxiliary, circuitous, concurrent, confirmatory, coordinate, corresponding, corroborative, dependent, lateral, parallel, related, roundabout, side, sub, tributary, under, not lineal.

dependent (adjective)

conditional, counting, incidental to, provisory, reckoning, relative, reliant, subject to, susceptible, trusting, Depending, Relying, accessory to, controlled by, liable to, regulated by, sustained by, under control of.

relative (adjective)

apposite, appropriate, contingent, Pertaining, Referring.

relevant (adjective)

accordant, admissible, allowable, applicatory, cognate, compatible, concerning, conforming, congruent, consistent, consonant, correlated, correspondent, harmonious, important, material, pat, significant, suitable, suited, to the point, weighty, conformant, having to do with, pertaining to, ad rem, having direct bearing on, pointful.

reliant (adjective)


subservient (adjective)

conducive, flunky, helpful, inferior, instrumental, minor, serviceable, supplemental, supplementary, bush-league.

subsidiary (adjective)

assistant, branch, cooperative, lesser, subject, Aiding, Assisting, tributory.

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