Synonyms for Comparative:

adj.

approximate, close to (adjective)
allusive, analogous, approaching, comparable, conditional, connected, contingent, contrastive, correlative, corresponding, like, matching, metaphorical, near, parallel, provisional, qualified, related, relative, restricted, similar, Rivaling, Vying, in proportion, not absolute, not positive.
comparative (adjective)
allegorical, analogous, comparable, contrasting, metaphorical, parallel, similar, Likened.
metaphorical (adjective)
alliterative, ornamental, contrasting, metaphorical.
rough (adjective)
approximate.

n.

adjective, participle, past participle, present participle, ADJ, the superlative. adjectival, attributive, gradable, predicative, same, superlative. analogy, comparatively, comparison, equation, juxtaposition, perspective, relational. comparable (noun)
allusive, approaching, approximate, close to, conditional, connected, contingent, contrastive, correlative, corresponding, inconclusive, like, matching, near, provisional, qualified, related, restricted, Rivaling, Vying, in proportion, not absolute, not positive, with reservations.
comparative (noun)
relative.

Other synonyms:

adjectival, adjective, analogy, attributive, comparatively, gradable, predicative, relational, ADJ. comparison, perspective. superlative. equation. Other relevant words:
adjectival, allusive, analogy, approaching, approximate, close to, comparatively, comparison, conditional, connected, contingent, contrastive, correlative, corresponding, gradable, inconclusive, like, matching, near, perspective, predicative, provisional, qualified, related, relational, relative, restricted, Rivaling, Vying, in proportion, not absolute, not positive.

Usage examples for comparative

  1. To attempt to assign reasons for this comparative failure would be idle- the fact is the only reasonable reason. – The English Novel by George Saintsbury
  2. 13. What is the comparative degree? – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
  3. There I had a late luncheon in comparative comfort, and moreover I could look out of the windows on to the sea. – The Spy in Black by J. Storer Clouston