mark

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mark

noun

Definition of MARK

1
a person or thing that is made fun of <in the wake of the sex scandal, the governor became the favorite mark of late-night comedians>
Near Antonyms darling, favorite, pet
2
a person or thing that is the object of abuse, criticism, or ridicule <the child's small stature and offbeat personality made her an easy mark for bullies>
3
overall quality as seen or judged by people in general <a brand of crystal that bears the mark of excellence>
4
something set up as an example against which others of the same type are compared <lately his playing hasn't been up to the mark expected of a concert pianist>
5
something that one hopes or intends to accomplish <set marks for expected daily output>
Near Antonyms means, method, way
6
something that sets apart an individual from others of the same kind <a sensitive expression that is the mark of a poet>
7
something that spoils the appearance or completeness of a thing <a small mark where the car had scraped a wall>
8
the power to bring about a result on another <a person of some mark in the field of evolutionary biology>

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