situations (part of speech: noun)
configurations, styles, ambiences, circumstances, states, modalities, positions, environments, situations, layouts, spots, conditions, modes, dispositions, arrangements, posts, placements, scenes, sites, standings, properties, formations, stations, aspects, locations, statuses
degrees (part of speech: noun)
specialties (part of speech: noun)
individualities, ways, peculiarities, mannerisms, specialties, flavors, cachets, marks, fortes, characteristics, particularities, features, hallmarks, differences, specializations, stamps, traits, figures, quirks, keynotes, idiosyncrasies
- For, since all the mental and moral qualities of which we have ever heard belong to men and women, it is obviously easy to say that we can divide our fellow- creatures into two classes, one class possessing the vice or virtue in point, and the other not possessing it. - "Paul Patoff", F. Marion Crawford.
- These qualities were all represented by the members of the Continental Congress to a degree that has no parallel in history. - "Sages and Heroes of the American Revolution", L. Carroll Judson.
- " Did I understand you to suggest," inquired Spurrier with a forced calmness, " that you fancy you see in me the qualities of your opportunity hound?" - "The Law of Hemlock Mountain", Hugh Lundsford.