Merits

Merits,

Definition of Merits:

  1. The real or important element or basis of a support, claim or defense (against external technical aspects, such as circumstances, jurisdiction or procedure) that should be taken into account in a decision.

  2. Born or deserved (reward, punishment or attention).

  3. The standard of excellence or ability, which is especially worthy of praise or reputation.

Synonyms of Merits

High quality, Have a claim on, Worthiness, Have a claim to, Be entitled to, Distinction, Be worthy of, Warrant, Standard, Justify, Deserve, Value, Be worth, Good, Grade, Deservingness, Calibre, Credit, Be qualified for, Level, Virtue, Meritoriousness, Have a right to, Account, Goodness, Be deserving of, Quality, Excellence, Worth, Eminence, Earn, Rate

How to use Merits in a sentence?

  1. Great composer.
  2. The results are encouraging to guarantee further investigation.

Meaning of Merits & Merits Definition

Merits,

How Do You Define Merits?

  1. Significant allegations and defenses made by the parties to the proceedings.

Meanings of Merits

  1. Win or win (prizes, penalties or attention)

Sentences of Merits

  1. Great value composer

Merits,

Definition of Merits:

  1. Basic allegations and defenses made by the parties to the action.

Meanings of Merits

  1. The quality of being excellent or worthy, especially worthy of praise or admiration.

  2. Achieved or deserved (reward, punishment, or attention).

Sentences of Merits

  1. Composer with extraordinary achievements.

  2. The results are encouraging enough to guarantee further investigation.

Synonyms of Merits

have a claim to/on