of import

adjective
of great significance or value
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important people

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the important questions of the day

Syn: ↑important
Ant: ↑unimportant (for: ↑important)
Similar to:
See Also: ↑essential, ↑significant, ↑important, ↑valuable
Derivationally related forms: ↑importance (for: ↑important)
Attrubites: ↑importance

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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