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Related to weigh against: fall short, bent on, slink around, take their toll
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Synonyms for weigh

have a weight of

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measure the weight of

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  • measure the weight of
  • put someone or something on the scales
  • measure how heavy someone or something is

consider

compare

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matter

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weigh someone up

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weigh something out

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to be of significance or importance

weigh down: to make sad or gloomy

weigh on: to come to mind continually

Synonyms for weigh

have a certain weight

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show consideration for

determine the weight of

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have weight

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to be oppressive or burdensome

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"The panel did not consider your authority's case strong enough to weigh against the very strong competition for the one regional casino."
Explaining why it rejected the NEC bid, the panel told Solihull Council: "The panel did not consider your authority's case strong enough to weigh against the very strong competition for the one regional casino, they are pleased to consider your proposal further in the context of a large casino."
Abuse and mental illness: Matters of abuse and mental illness favor granting equitable relief if they are present, but will not weigh against them if they are absent.
In talking about the rights of ownership Arthur asserts that if P acquires x, for example, in a just social arrangement without violating others' rights, then P has a special title to x that P is entitled to weigh against the desires of others.
Whatever the reason for having an airgun it's not a very good one to weigh against public risk.
Worsening crime and unemployment weigh against spending restraint and a crack-down on problem enterprises and financial institutions, especially when physical security concerns spill over into the vital tourism industry.