prerequisite or requisite
No, let is a verb, or more rarely a noun. The past participle is also let, but it is not used formally as an adjective. The usual adjective is the synonym allowed.
The term soldier has the synonyms combatant, fighter, or warrior.(The term troop is rarely used in the singular, but "trooper" might fit some uses.)
Unfair tactics were used in the game. The judge was unfair in the eyes of the contestant. "That's unfair!" he exclaimed.
Commonly, thermics may refer to any of several physical topics involving heat. It has also been used as a synonym for thermodynamics, but is only rarely used in this way today.
The plural noun glares is rarely used.But as a verb, the form "glares" means staring with anger or disapproval.(e.g. Whenever I play a sour note, the music teacher glares at me.)The synonym could be "glowers" or "scowls" or "frowns."
A CONTROL is a standard used for comparison
shed can sometimes be used as a synonym
Here is an example of the word "synonym" being used in a sentence: A synonym for sly is artful.Deep is the synonym used in Scripture for the sea.
The positive degree of comparison is used. (That it, no comparison is made.)
A synonym for the adjective used is second hand. A synonym for the verb used is employed.
Nonmetal is a frequently used synonym for metalloid.
A synonym of reap is the word, gather. Harvest can also be used as a synonym for the word, reap.
No, the synonym for 'workers' is laborers.The synonym for the noun 'labor' is work.
are absolute values rarely used
A comparison using like or as is a simile. A comparison without them is a metaphor.
Deep is the synonym used in Scripture for the sea.
The word "sage" itself can be used as a synonym for sagebrush.
Alpha = 4.37% is rarely used.
The part of the experiment used for comparison and that is not tested is called the control.
Being that parole is mostly used as a noun, and not an adjective, it doesn't seem to have a synonym. The closest synonym I can offer you is "release"
Yes, scare is a synonym of frighten if both are used as verbs.
Stared is a common synonym for peered. Also, looked and peeked can be used.