Synonyms for Rank:

adj.

abundant, luxurious (adjective)
fertile, profuse, coarse, extreme, overgrown, dense, exuberant, vigorous, wild, rampant, prolific, excessive, lavish, overabundant, luxuriant, lush, rich, productive, tropical.
dense (adjective)
thick.
egregious (adjective)
egregious.
fetid (adjective)
miasmic, odorous, reeking, malodorous, putrid, Effluvial, mephitic, stinking, sulfurous, fetid, smelly.
flagrant (adjective)
shameless.
foul-smelling (adjective)
malodorous.
fusty (adjective)
fusty.
green (adjective)
lush.
obscene, vulgar (adjective)
foul, crass, indecent, outrageous, wicked.
offensive (adjective)
outrageous.
stinking, foul (adjective)
disagreeable, reeking, noisome, gamy, bad, nauseating, obnoxious, putrid, noxious, mephitic, smelly, fusty, tainted, gross, high, strong, repulsive, disgusting, rancid, moldy, musty, sour, revolting, stale, turned, nasty, offensive, fetid.
utter, absolute (adjective)
downright, outright, egregious, flagrant, total, glaring, conspicuous, sheer, complete.
vulgar (adjective)
crass, idiomatic, raw, vulgar, glaring, coarse, unpolished, obscene, boorish, coarse-grained, unrefined, salty, rough, gross, animal, low, repulsive, sleazy, brutish, undignified, common, profane, colloquial, tawdry, tasteless, outlandish, rude, clumsy, offensive, indelicate, in bad taste, graceless, scandalous, barbaric, brazen, barnyard, base, sordid, garish, earthy, broad, ignoble, homespun, tactless, cheap, unseemly, unbecoming, crude, ill-bred, shameless, philistine, cockney, chintzy, inelegant, revolting, ignominious, degraded, depraved, gaudy.

n.

allowance, block, amount, backlog, line up, batch, allocation, capacity, accumulation. bland, assign, bad, regard, unpalatable, list, dispose, inedible, valuate, insipid. head, precede, heap, layer, Forerun, pile, belong, stand, antecede. cavalry, detail, contingent, corps, advance guard, detachment, brigade, situation, battalion. relatively, Than, next to, the... the..., league, compared with/to, tier, relative, by/in contrast, bracket, seen against something, Whereas. cannon fodder, file, airman, crew, column, gi, foot soldier, commando, airwoman, grenadier, row, bombardier, green beret. characterize. dog tag, fatigues, billet, generalship, fort, bust, garrison. cycle rickshaw, black cab, hail, cabbie, hack, cab, cabstand, fare. ranking, stratum, echelon. authority (noun)
seniority, kingship, stature, empowerment, steam, force, office, powerfulness, authority, sovereignty, charge, cogency, privilege, domination, strength, prestige, prerogative, license, potency, purview, primacy, mightiness, puissance, command, might, precedence, power, enfranchisement, title, credential, Prepotency, mastery, commission, entitlement, clout, faculty, influence, birthright, sway, punch, mandate, superiority.
calculation (noun)
deduction, multiplication, judgement, appraisal, thought, method, evaluation, conclusion, determination, inference, computation, calculus, assessment, reckoning, system, mathematics, estimation, algorithm, presumption, calculation, triangulation, arithmetic, quantification, algebra, valuation, supposition, consideration, approximation, statistics, enumeration, division, measurement.
category (noun)
taxonomy, category, degree, kingdom, genotype, denomination, designation, genus, step, level, Family, species, kind, stripe, people, clan, variety, breed, stock, label, phylum, feather, stamp, mold, brand, ilk, caste, classification, style, strain, make, persuasion, grain, race.
column, tier of individuals (noun)
line, series, row, string, range, file, group, queue.
corrupt (noun)
outrageous, wicked, indecent.
importance (noun)
importance, stature.
influence (noun)
motivation, rule, pull, supremacy, pressure, bias, importance, predominance.
line (noun)
line.
rank (noun)
footing, order, crying, grade, downright, out-and-out, gross, range, membership, obvious, flagrant, conspicuous, rate, status, station, social rank, standing, stage, complete, right-down, glaring, social status, place, social station, offensive, term, egregious, abundant, rank and file, absolute, state, sheer, outrank, fertile, mark.
respect (noun)
honor.
royalty (noun)
kingship, primacy.
sequence (noun)
gamut, progression, concatenation, Consecutiveness, arrangement, consequence, procession, sequel, course, series, train, line, subsequence, succession, lineage, Consecution, linkage, legacy.
social class (noun)
caste.
social status (noun)
footing.
standing in a system, often a social one (noun)
echelon, sort, classification, type, level, division, privilege, supremacy, degree, stratum, sovereignty, caste, class, primacy, footing, place, status, authority, stature, state, grade, order, consequence, stock, situation, Family, station, capacity, position, seniority.
title (noun)
crest, crown, shield, decoration, role, garland, coronet, reverence, honor, position, highness, grace, bestowal, colors, chevron.
utter (noun)
outright.

v.

be worthwhile; have supremacy (verb)
belong, stand, precede, outrank, antecede, Forerun.
calculate (verb)
deduce, evaluate, conclude, rate, sum, figure, quantify, count, judge, multiply, divide, weigh, consider, guess, measure, schedule, plan, surmise, scheme, appraise, program, presume, quantize, score, calculate, total, compute, study, rationalize, determine, suppose, triangulate, account, tally, think, infer, gauge, plot, approximate, enumerate, reckon, value, systematize, estimate, assess, add.
line up; classify in system (verb)
dispose, list, arrange, value, align, array, judge, marshal, assign, pigeonhole, settle, estimate, rate, regard, evaluate, valuate, fix, establish.
measure (verb)
calibrate, benchmark, scale, survey, test.
order (verb)
establish, structure, regulate, grade, Methodize, stabilize, group, design, place, marshal, compose, array, form, devise, maintain, set, frame, cast, shape, separate, normalize, class, order, orchestrate, organize, mediate, unify, chart, settle, stratify, categorize, harmonize, type, sift, classify, support, control, integrate, screen, schematize, fix, subordinate, sort, prepare, right, pigeonhole, arrange, unsnarl, balance, adjust, collate.
raging (verb)
rampant.
rank (verb)
mark, grade, place, position, scale.
sequence (verb)
follow, link, queue, chain, progress, thread, concatenate, string, succeed, align, sequence.

Other synonyms:

rancid, characterize, rotten, fusty. moldy, situation, noisome, profuse, tier, ranking, echelon, stratum, bracket. dense. column, layer. assign, league. distribute. aline
file.
categorize
classify.
disgusting
foul.
infected
tainted.
lush
luxuriant.
malodorous
ill-smelling.
measure
quantify.
precede
outrank, Forerun, antecede.
series
row.
spoiled
musty.

Usage examples for rank

  1. It is rank Northern madness! – Daisy in the Field by Elizabeth Wetherell
  2. Such are the mutabilities of rank and fortune. – Self Help by Samuel Smiles
  3. It would be no more than is due to his rank for though they are men, I dare say they have feelings like ourselves. – The Monikins by J. Fenimore Cooper