Synonym: authority, head, leader. Antonym: subordinate, subservient. Similar words: chiefdom, mischief, handkerchief, chief of state, commander in chief, chief executive, thief, achieve. Meaning: [tʃiːf] n. 1. a person who is in charge 2. a person who exercises control over workers. adj. most important element.
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3. The chief cadre in charge should bear greater responsibility.
4. Their chief preoccupation was how to feed their families.
5. Can you sell the chief on your plan?
6. Her chief fame rests on her several films.
7. He was set free and rehabilitated as chief engineer.
8. The gang chief went everywhere accompanied by his henchman.
9. The chief clerk supervises the work of the department.
10. The company reinstated him as chief engineer.
11. His chief recommendation is his honesty.
12. He held the rank of Chief Inspector.
13. The island's chief feature was its beauty.
14. Playing billiards is my chief recreation.
15. The president is chief of the armed forces.
16. In the Chief Constable's view the use of force was fully justified .
17. Two of the president's chief advisors have staked out opposite positions on this issue.
18. He told the chief officer to haul the ship off four points.
19. She was designated by President as the chief of the White House Office.
20. Miss as miss, miss read as offering[sentencedict.com], the chief read do not read.
21. According to the Charter, the president is chief of the armed forces.
22. Financial stress is well established as a chief reason for divorce.
23. Smoking is one of the chief causes of lung cancer.
24. He was recently appointed chief economist at the Bank of Scotland.
25. Study and hard work seem to be his chief pleasures.
26. He's the chief trouble - maker; the others just follow his lead.
27. The chief ingredient in the making of a criminal is avarice.
28. Mrs Pankhurst was one of the chief protagonists of women's rights.
29. The chief manager has always reposed complete faith in his secretary.
30. Even as a young woman she had been perceived as a future chief executive.
More similar words: chiefdom, mischief, handkerchief, chief of state, commander in chief, chief executive, thief, achieve, achievable, achievement, mischievous, die for, brief, grief, shield, belief, relief, cashier, briefly, in brief, briefcase, hieroglyphics, chic, chin, chip, china, chisel, schism, chide, chick.