One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘‘women's issues’ have often been seen as secondary’
subordinate, lesser, lower, lower-level, minor, peripheral, incidental, tangential, marginal, ancillary, subsidiary, subservient, non-essential, inessential, of little account, unimportant, less important
2‘primary sources are not necessarily more accurate than secondary sources’
indirect, non-primary, derived, derivative, resulting, resultant, concomitant, accompanying, consequential, contingent, second-hand
3‘they bombed their secondary target instead’
alternative, spare, extra, additional, another, backup, supporting, relief, fallback, substitute, auxiliary
North American alternate
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