gauge, bore, stature, measurement, be, gage, dullard, timbre, merit, aegir, virtue, standard of measurement, tone, lineament, character, calibre, eager, good, timber, eagre, tidal bore, class, drill hole, bore-hole, length
character (part of speech: noun)
thickness (part of speech: noun)
degree (part of speech: noun)
- A belt carried a huge knife and a number of shells of large caliber; the Winchester he had was exceedingly long and heavy, and of an old pattern. - "The Young Forester", Zane Grey.
- " Well, Sir, you're just about the caliber of man Dick would choose to put his trust in! - "Torchy, Private Sec.", Sewell Ford.
- At least 50, 000 workmen in the United States are now employed under this system; and they are receiving from 30 per cent to 100 per cent higher wages daily than are paid to men of similar caliber with whom they are surrounded, while the companies employing them are more prosperous than ever before. - "The Principles of Scientific Management", Frederick Winslow Taylor.