1. Salah-ad-Din_Yusuf_ibn-Ayyub

noun. sultan of Syria and Egypt; reconquered Jerusalem from the Christians in 1187 but was defeated by Richard Coeur de Lion in 1191 (1137-1193).

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2. ad-lib

adjective. ['ˈædˈlɪb'] with little or no preparation or forethought.

Synonyms

  • unprepared
  • unrehearsed
  • offhand
  • impromptu
  • off-the-cuff
  • extemporaneous
  • extemporary
  • extempore

Antonyms

  • careful
  • ready
  • refrain
  • exempt

3. ad-lib

verb. ['ˈædˈlɪb'] perform without preparation.

Synonyms

  • execute
  • do
  • improvise
  • improvize
  • extemporize
  • extemporise

Antonyms

  • oven-ready
  • equipped
  • embattled
  • spread

4. ad-lib

adjective. ['ˈædˈlɪb'] said or done without having been planned or written in advance.

Synonyms

  • unwritten
  • unscripted

Antonyms

  • fall short of
  • stay in place
  • unmake

5. ad-lib

noun. ['ˈædˈlɪb'] remark made spontaneously without prior preparation.

Synonyms

  • input
  • comment

Antonyms

  • written
  • praise
  • fitted out

6. ad

noun. ['ˈæd'] a public promotion of some product or service.

Synonyms

  • packaging
  • preview
  • trailer
  • mailer
  • promotion
  • flier
  • direct mail
  • advert
  • prevue
  • broadsheet
  • circular
  • advertising
  • newspaper ad
  • teaser
  • handbill
  • commercial message
  • throwaway
  • newspaper advertisement
  • broadside
  • advertorial
  • top billing
  • commercial
  • publicity
  • advertizement
  • bill
  • promotional material
  • advertisement
  • flyer

Antonyms

  • discouragement
  • square
  • angular
  • noncyclic

Etymology

  • ad (Latin)

7. AD

adverb. in the Christian era; used before dates after the supposed year Christ was born.

Synonyms

  • AD

Example sentences of the word ad-valorem


1. Noun Phrase
For example, when you pay for the license tag for your car, the charges may include both a fee for the tag and an ad valorem tax.

2. Noun Phrase
Unless you make improvements to your homestead, you enjoy the old tax rate for your property or ad valorem taxes.

3. Noun Phrase
Property tax is sometimes referred to as an ad valorem tax, meaning that it is charged according to the value of your property, so it's often considered a proportional tax.

4. Noun Phrase
Only the ad valorem part can be taken as a deduction.

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