V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: 1. degree of worth and intelligence; 2. measurement of excellence

Synonyms: quality, degree, measurement, stature, worth, value, merit, constitution, character, essence

Antonyms: inability, limitation

Tips: Caliber essentially refers to the quality of someone or something. If someone is complimented as having high caliber, that person is respected.

Usage Examples:

I wish to earn the respect of those I consider to be of high caliber. (stature, merit)

The caliber of students at my Alma Mater has increased over the last few years. (quality)

The caliber of your presentation was excellent. (quality, essence)

High standards and integrity created a demeanor of high caliber for the diplomat. (merit, character)

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