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4. defend, advocate, plead for, argue for, represent, speak for, champion, back up, back, second, stand by, go to bat for, rationalize for, give reasons for, make excuses for; vindicate, justify, make a case for; shield, screen, aid, help, succor, assist, fight for, take up the cudgels for.
5. persist, persevere, bear up, adhere, Inf. stick things out, keep one's course, go the course, be resolute; keep on, carry on, continue; stand fast, be steadfast, stand one's ground, hold out.

maintenance, n. 1. preservation, upkeep, seasonal upkeep, annual upkeep, keeping up; care, grooming, painting, yard work.
2. continuance, continuity, extension, prolongation; perpetuation, persistence, perseveration, repetition.
3. means of support, subsistence, livelihood, living; allowance,
(of marital settlements) alimony or child support, stipend, remittance; income, revenue, salary, wages; assets, resources, funds, moneys, finances; nourishment, sustainment, food, room and board, keep.

majestic, adj. regal, kingly, princely, royal, lordly, noble, monarchal, monarchial, monarchical, imperial, magisterial, Rare, magistral; august, stately, dignified, distingu6, distinguished, proud; grand, magnificent, pompous, palatial, splendid, resplendent, marvelous, superb; sublime, elevated, high, lofty, exalted, glorious; awesome, imposing, impressive, striking,

majesty, n. 1. regalness, kingliness, princeliness, royalty, lordliness, nobility, nobleness, imperialness; augustness, stateliness, dignity, distinction; loftiness, sublimity, exaltedness; grandeur, magnificence, pomp, splendor, palatialness, resplendence, glory, marvelousness; awesomeness, imposingness, impressiveness, strikingness.
2. sovereignty, supremacy, supremeness, regality, monarchy, dominion, paramountcy; authority, power, divine right.
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Majesty Highness, Royal Highness, His or Her Majesty, Eminence.

major, adj. 1. greater, larger, large, higher; extreme, highest, supreme, greatest, utmost, uttermost. 2. important, SI. big-time; capital, principal, chief, foremost, predominant; prime, primary, paramount, preeminant, superior, great, first-rate,

major-domo, n. chamberlain, steward, seneschal, butler, factotum; purveyor, manciple,

majority, n. 1. greater part or number, more than half, plurality, bulk, mass, preponderance, lion's share.
2. commonality, the public, the general public, the many, the great unnumbered; populace, citizenry, proletariat, hoi polloi, bourgeoisie, the masses, rank and file.
3. legal age, drinking age, adulthood.

make, v. 1. fabricate, manufacture, produce, mint; construct, build, assemble, set up; erect, elevate, raise, rear, put up; mold, form, fashion, model, shape, frame; create, invent, originate, devise, contrive, compose, write, put together; cast, block, hammer, forge, sculpture; draw, trace, figure, stamp, imprint.
2. effect, cause, bring about, accomplish; execute, carry out, render, do, perform, practice.
3. appoint, name, designate, nominate, tab; assign, select,
Mil. detail; elect, vote in, place in office, install, invest, Obs. ordain.
4. organize, develop, embody, beget, engender; lay down, enact, establish, institute, found, originate, base; settle, determine, decide, conclude, seal; define, limit, delimit; stabilize, ground, plant, implant, install.

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