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Synonym for do [verb]

The synonym do synonymous definition words:
means "property"
serve, be useful, be sufficient

do [verb]

means "movement"
traverse, cover, journey, explore

do [verb]

means "action"
exert, put forth, bring about, cause, produce, effect
Further results for the word "do"

achieve [verb]

means "finish"
do

act [verb]

means "activity"
do, bear, execute, officiate, make, transact

answer [verb]

means "agreement"
satisfy, discharge, be sufficient, fulfil, do, meet

average [verb]

means "do generally"
do, earn, perform, make, work, complete

be sufficient [verb]

means "satisfy"
discharge, answer, fulfil, do, meet, suit

behave [verb]

means "action"
conduct, perform, respond, deal, do, comport oneself

bring [verb]

means "cause"
make, do, effect

carry through [verb]

means "finish"
do

commit [verb]

means "activity"
perpetrate, do, complete, perform, execute, effect

conduct oneself [verb]

means "act"
conduct, perform, respond, deal, do, comport oneself

decode [verb]

means "decipher"
work out, do, solve

effect [verb]

means "activity"
bring about, execute, cause, exercise, do, induce

enact [verb]

means "accomplish"
do

fare [verb]

means "activity"
do, happen, manage, prosper, proceed, turn out

finish [verb]

means "activity"
accomplish, achieve, complete, do, execute, perform

fulfil [verb]

means "perform"
discharge, implement, do, obey, observe

fulfill [verb]

means "perform"
discharge, implement, do, obey, observe

include [verb]

means "cover"
do, comprehend, incorporate, comprise, contain, embody

make [verb]

means "action"
perform, accomplish, execute, effect, bring about, do

occasion [verb]

means "cause"
bring about, introduce, do, create, give rise to, motivate

perpetrate [verb]

means "commit"
do, complete, perform, execute, effect, produce

play [verb]

means "action"
do, render, bring about, execute, perform

practice [verb]

means "exercise"
carry out, repeat, do, rehearse, drill, perform

render [verb]

means "perform"
do, execute, make

shift [verb]

means "activity"
manage, do, fare

suffice [verb]

means "satisfy"
discharge, be sufficient, fulfil, do, meet, suit

work out [verb]

means "decipher"
do, decode, solve

Doctor of Medicine [noun]

means "doctor"
physician


come down [noun]

means "reversal"
descent, discomfiture, blow, down, defeat, decline

do away with [verb]

means "get rid of"
exterminate, abolish, exclude, cancel, stamp, eliminate, expel

do in [verb]

means "murder"
kill, assassinate, dispatch, annihilate, liquidate, execute, knock off

do wrong [verb]

means "behave poorly"
disobey, defy, rebel, misbehave

docile [adjective]

means "domesticated"
trained, tame, harmless, submissive, mild, gentle


dock [verb]

means "decrease"
diminish, withhold, deduct, lessen

dock [verb]

means "clip"
prune, crop, shorten, trim, cut, shear

dock [noun]

means "boat landing"
marina, wharf, quay, harbour, jetty

docking [adjective]

means "arriving"
nearing, progressing, coming, advancing, upcoming

doctor [verb]

means "activity"
attend, administer, treat, minister to, nurse

doctor [noun]

means "person"
professor, scholar, expert, specialist, scientist

doctor [noun]

means "medicine"
physician

doctrinaire [noun]

means "dogmatist"
zealot, monomaniac, diehard, bigot, enthusiast

doctrinal [adjective]

means "conventional"
orthodox, conservative, traditional, conformist, old guard

doctrine [noun]

means "belief"
faith, principle, system, opinion, tenet

document [noun]

means "licence"
permit, certificate, warrant, grant

documentation [noun]

means "corroboration"
evidence, proof, confirmation, support, verification

documents [noun]

means "any printed matter"
information, questionnaire, check, circular, enclosure, money, copy

doddering [adjective]

means "rickety"
crazy, loose, shaky, tottering

dodge [verb]

means "evade"
sidestep, avoid, duck, elude, fence, equivocate

dodge [noun]

means "trick"
strategy, scheme

doe [noun]

means "animal"
hind, deer, buck, fawn, stag

dog [verb]

means "activity"
pursue, hound, track

dog [noun]

means "animal"
canine, cur, bitch, pup, hound, puppy


dogma [noun]

means "creed"
notion, tenet, thought, view, doctrine, idea, opinion

dogmatic [adjective]

means "unchangeable"
inevitable, categorical, immovable, formal, unqualified, eternal, positive

dogmatic [adjective]

means "dictatorial"
bigoted, egotistical, stubborn, opinionated, overbearing, arrogant, tyrannical


dogmatist [noun]

means "bigot"
zealot, monomaniac, diehard, doctrinaire, enthusiast

doing [noun]

means "deed"
exercise, act, accomplishment, feat, manoeuvre, action

doldrums [noun]

means "dullness"
indifference, apathy, monotony, ennui, boredom, listlessness

dole [noun]

means "financial assistance"
assistance, handout, welfare, aid, backing, subsidy, charity

dole out [verb]

means "dispense"
mete, share, distribute, parcel, assign

doleful [adjective]

means "sombre"
dismal, gloomy, sad, mournful, dark, dreary, oppressive


dolor [noun]

means "grief"
sorrow, anguish, heartache, distress, mourning, sadness

dolorous [adjective]

means "grief"
sorrowing, grieving, painful, distressing, mournful, dismal, doleful

dolour [noun]

means "grief"
sorrow, anguish, heartache, distress, mourning, sadness

dolourous [adjective]

means "grief"
sorrowing, grieving, painful, distressing, mourning, dismal, doleful

dolt [noun]

means "fool"
dummy, blockhead, idiot, oaf, moron

doltish [adjective]

means "stupid"
moronic, dumb

domain [noun]

means "field"
margin, area, scope, sphere, range, operation

dome [noun]

means "arch"
vault, arcade, ceiling, roof

domestic [noun]

means "servant"
maid, help, underling

domestic [adjective]

means "native"
home, indigenous, inland, internal, municipal

domestic [adjective]

means "household"
family, home

domestic [adjective]

means "home-made"
handcrafted

domesticate [verb]

means "tame"
train, master, break, subdue

domesticated [adjective]

means "tame"
trained, docile, harmless, submissive, mild, gentle

domicile [noun]

means "habitation"
abode, home, house, household, residence, habitat, quarters


dominant [adjective]

means "governing"
ascendant, master, common, controlling, first, important, predominant

dominant [adjective]

means "assertive"
commanding, imperious, authoritative, lordly, bossy

dominant [adjective]

means "advantageous"
commanding

dominate [verb]

means "command"
overlook, tower above, eclipse



dominion [noun]

means "government"
administration, control, management, jurisdiction, domination

dominion [noun]

means "autonomous area"
nation, region, territory, district, state

dominion [noun]

means "ascendancy"
jurisdiction, reign, supremacy, sway, sovereignty, control, regiment

don [verb]

means "clothe"
assume, get into, get on, huddle, put on

don [verb]

means "assume"
pull, put on, strike, take on

donate [verb]

means "contribute"
add, pitch in, present, give, endow, kick in

donation [noun]

means "contribution"
collection, charity, relief, offering, alms, dole

done [adjective]

means "settled"
agreed, signed, approved, compacted, determined

done [adjective]

means "fully cooked"
cooked, baked, fried, boiled

done [adjective]

means "completed"
accomplished, finished, executed, through, over, performed

done for [adjective]

means "beaten"
conquered, defeated, vanquished

done in [adjective]

means "tired"
bushed, weary, exhausted, worn out

done out of [adjective]

means "defrauded"
cheated, deceived

done up [adjective]

means "wrapped"
prepared, executed, packaged, finished

done with [adjective]

means "finished with"
no longer in need of, finished, no longer needing, dispatched

donkey [noun]

means "person"
dolt, ass, booby

donkey [noun]

means "animal"
ass, dickey, jennet, mule, jackass, burro [US]



doom [verb]

means "decree"
predetermine, destine, foreordain, predestine

doom [verb]

means "condemn"
ordain, sentence

doom [noun]

means "sentence"
condemnation, opinion, decision, judgement

doom [noun]

means "fate"
destiny, kismet, portion, fortune, lot

doom [noun]

means "death"
ruin

doomed [adjective]

means "marked"
condemned, fated

door [noun]

means "thing"
entry, entrance, opening, doorway, gate, inlet, passage, portal

doorknob [noun]

means "handgrip"
handhold, crank, holder, hilt, knob, handle

doormat [noun]

means "covering"
floor covering, mat, pad, rug

doorway [noun]

means "entry"
door, opening, entrance, gate, inlet, passage, portal


dope [verb]

means "doctor a drink"
doctor, treat, include, soak, impregnate

dope [noun]

means "information"
scoop, account, details, knowledge

dope [noun]

means "fool"
dolt, dunce, idiot, jerk, simpleton, clod

dope [noun]

means "drugs"
drug, narcotic, stimulant, opiate, cocaine, crack

dormant [adjective]

means "latent"
passive, inert, inoperative, potential, quiescent

dormant [adjective]

means "asleep"
silent, fallow, comatose, slack, inactive, lethargic, quiescent

dormitory [noun]

means "college building"
hall, auditorium, meeting house, bedroom

dosage [noun]

means "dose"
measure, portion, measurement, treatment, shot, draught, application

dose [noun]

means "venereal disease"
disease

dose [noun]

means "dosage"
measure, portion, measurement, treatment, shot, draught, application

dot [noun]

means "speck"
point, mote

dotage [noun]

means "senility"
feebleness, imbecility

dote [verb]

means "love"
adore, admire, pet, pamper, dwell on, coddle, indulge

double [verb]

means "activity"
substitute, stand in, fill in for

double [verb]

means "action"
make twice as much, duplicate, increase, grow

double [noun]

means "person"
stand in, clone, counterpart, duplicate, twin, mate, match

double [adjective]

means "quantity"
twice as much, duplicated, paired, second, twofold, two, twin

double back [verb]

means "backtrack"
return, reverse, loop

double meaning [noun]

means "play on words"
ambiguity, pun, joke, innuendo

double up [verb]

means "combine"
join, share, pair off, unite

double-dealer [noun]

means "cheater"
cheat, deceiver, rogue, traitor, hypocrite

double-dealing [noun]

means "dishonesty"
hypocrisy, trickery, deceit, mendacity

double-dealing [adjective]

means "cheating"
deceitful, untrustworthy, dishonest, hypocritical, tricky

doubt [verb]

means "question"
oppugn, wonder at, distrust, discredit, mistrust, suspect

doubt [verb]

means "activity"
hesitate, scruple, vacillate, ponder, stagger, waver, query, stick

doubt [noun]

means "feeling"
hesitancy, scepticism, scruple, perplexity, suspense, dilemma, demurral, quandary, distrust, hazard, disbelief, problem, faltering, quandary, hesitancy, hesitation

doubter [noun]

means "unbeliever"
questioner, sceptic, agnostic, cynic


doubtful [adjective]

means "dubious"
sneaky, disreputable

doubtful [adjective]

means "ambiguous"
indefinite, indistinct, borderline, moot, equivocal, unclear, clouded

doubting [adjective]

means "faithless"
unbelieving

doubtless [object]

means "presumably"
probably, likely, possibly

dough [noun]

means "batter"
mix, paste, preparation

doughty [adjective]

means "bold"
defiant, adventurous, hardy, audacious, stalwart, brave, daring

doughy [adjective]

means "colourless"
ashen, bleached, blanched, pale, pallid, wan

dour [adjective]

means "austere"
severe, stern, bleak, grim, forbidding, hard, harsh

douse [verb]

means "extinguish"
snuff out, splash

douse [verb]

means "drench"
immerse, splash, soak, flood, wet, submerge, saturate

dove [noun]

means "pigeon"
squab

dove [noun]

means "activist for peace"
pacifist, peacemaker, pacificator, pacifier, conciliator

dovecote [noun]

means "birdhouse"
aviary

dowager [noun]

means "widow"
matron, dame, lady, woman, matriarch

dowdy [adjective]

means "shabby"
tasteless, unfashionable

dowel [noun]

means "pin"
peg, plug, nail, spike, rivet, tack

dower [noun]

means "bridal gift"
dot, dowry

down [verb]

means "activity"
overthrow, overpower, vanquish, defeat, put down, subdue, upset, overturn

down [verb]

means "action"
bring down, knock down, fell, conquer, knock out, tackle, hit

down [object]

means "quality"
poor, inferior, lowly, sad, sick, below par

down [object]

means "place"
below, under, underneath

down [object]

means "direction"
from higher to lower, descending, forward, headlong

down [noun]

means "thing"
fluffy feathers, fluff, fur, hair, wisp

down [noun]

means "feeling"
dispirited, blue, dejected, depressed, discouraged, disheartened

down and out [adjective]

means "beaten"
ruined, finished, defeated, degraded, abject, base

down in the dumps [noun]

means "feeling depressed or dejected"
being depressed, feeling despondent, feeling gloomy, desperation, despairing, sadness

down on [adjective]

means "unhappy with"
against, opposed to, disillusioned

down-to-earth [adjective]

means "practical"
sensible, mundane, practicable, rational, common, ordinary

downcast [adjective]

means "depressed"
crest-fallen, crushed, dejected, despondent, disconsolate, heavy, downhearted

downfall [noun]

means "rain"
cloud-burst, deluge, torrent, shower, precipitation, flood

downfall [noun]

means "destruction"
drop, collapse, ruin

downgrade [verb]

means "lower"
deprecate, depreciate, decrease, demote

downgrade [noun]

means "hillside"
slope, descent, decline, gradient, inclination, incline

downhearted [adjective]

means "sad"
depressed, despondent, dispirited, disconsolate, melancholy, glum, plaintive

downpour [noun]

means "flood"
drencher, cataclysm, catastrophe, deluge, inundation, overflow

downright [adjective]

means "total"
indubitable, unquestionable, complete, utter

downright [adjective]

means "completely"
absolutely, entirely, utterly

downy [adjective]

means "smooth"
delicate, fine, velvety, fluffy, feathery, soft, pulpy

dowry [noun]

means "bridal gift"
dot, dower

doze [verb]

means "drowse"
nap, slumber, drop off

doze [noun]

means "nap"
drowse, slumber

handout [noun]

means "financial assistance"
assistance, aid, welfare, dole, backing, subsidy

hot dog [noun]

means "frankfurter"
dog, link, frank

in doubt [adjective]

means "uncertain"
unsure, dubious, undecided, doubtful, debatable, questionable

indomitable [adjective]

means "insuperable"
dogged, resolute, impassable, insurmountable

orthodox [adjective]

means "devout"
pious, religious, doctrinal

orthodox [adjective]

means "conservative"
unyielding, dogmatic, puritanical, traditional, conventional, straight

overshadow [verb]

means "surpass"
eclipse, outshine, dwarf, diminish, dominate, tower above

predominance [noun]

means "authority"
mastery, power, influence, sway, control, dominion

predominant [adjective]

means "governing"
dominant

put down [verb]

means "overthrow"
overpower, vanquish, defeat, down, subdue, upset

shadow [verb]

means "activity"
watch, dog

widow [noun]

means "person"
dowager, matron, dame, lady, woman, matriarch

abode [noun]

means "habitation"
home, domicile, house, household, residence, habitat

aboriginal [adjective]

means "native"
local, original, autochthonous, domestic, indigenous, primitive

accommodation [noun]

means "lodging"
shelter, room and board, quarters, dormitory

accursed [adjective]

means "damned"
doomed, cursed, ill-fated, bewitched, haunted, condemned

acquiescent [adjective]

means "indifferent"
apathetic, nonchalant, complacent, docile, compliant, submissive

action [noun]

means "deed"
doing

addict [noun]

means "people"
junkie, dope fiend

address [noun]

means "residence"
abode, headquarters, domicile, dwelling, habitation, location

adjudge [verb]

means "find guilty"
convict, damn, judge, doom, sentence, condemn

adulterate [verb]

means "mix"
doctor, alloy, amalgamate, commingle, dilute, intermix

adventurous [adjective]

means "bold"
doughty

adversity [noun]

means "grief"
torment, worry, distress, dolour, woe, affliction

aggressive [adjective]

means "assertive"
domineering, determined, dynamic, energetic, enterprising, forward

aid [noun]

means "finance"
financial assistance, handout, welfare, dole, backing, subsidy

allotment [noun]

means "share"
portion, apportionment, dividend, division, dole, lot

allowance [noun]

means "grant"
endowment, donation, concession, benefaction, scholarship

allowance [noun]

means "apportionment"
dole

alternate [noun]

means "stand in"
double

amalgamate [verb]

means "mix"
doctor, alloy, adulterate, commingle, dilute, intermix

ambiguity [noun]

means "play on words"
double meaning, pun, joke, innuendo

ambivalent [adjective]

means "irresolute"
hesitant, unstable, indecisive, changeable, wishy-washy, doubtful

amenable [adjective]

means "agreeable"
responsive, manageable, docile, pliable, open, tractable

amiability [noun]

means "versatility"
docility

anaesthetise [verb]

means "drug"
dope, stupefy, deaden, narcotise, narcotize, tranquillise

annuity [noun]

means "apportionment"
dole

apocryphal [adjective]

means "of doubtful authenticity"
disputed, doubtful, false, fraudulent, fake, fictitious

application [noun]

means "petition"
inquiry, bid, appeal, document, request, solicitation

apportion [verb]

means "distribute"
parcel, divide, deal, wall, deal out, dole

arbitrary [adjective]

means "dictatorial"
compulsory, autocratic, imperious, despotic, domineering, totalitarian

arch [noun]

means "architecture"
arched gateway, vault, dome

area [noun]

means "place"
region, sector, zone, section, territory, domain, field, margin, domain, scope, range, operation

arse [noun]

means "jerk"
dolt, fool, dope, bone-head, nincompoop, dunce

artifice [noun]

means "deceit"
double-dealing

ascendancy [noun]

means "mastery"
authority, command, head, dominion, control, power, domination

ass [noun]

means "burro"
donkey, dickey, jennet, mule, jackass

at a loss [object]

means "puzzled"
perplexed, nonplussed, dumbfounded, doubtful

atom [noun]

means "thing"
dot

autochthonous [adjective]

means "native"
local, original, indigenous, domestic, aboriginal, primitive

autocratic [adjective]

means "bigoted"
domineering, repressive, overbearing, arrogant, dogmatic, peremptory

aviary [noun]

means "birdhouse"
dovecote

avoid [verb]

means "behaviour"
elude, evade, dodge, escape, escape from, shun

baffled [adjective]

means "confused"
bewildered, doubtful, disconcerted, nonplussed, mystified, confounded

baked [adjective]

means "fully cooked"
cooked, done, fried, boiled

baste [verb]

means "moisten while baking"
drip, season, grease, douse, lard

bathe [verb]

means "wash"
shower, soak, immerse, douse

bead [noun]

means "drop"
dot, grain, pellet, particle, droplet

befuddled [adjective]

means "confused"
drunk, intoxicated, inebriated, doubtful

belief [noun]

means "creed"
notion, tenet, thought, view, doctrine, idea

beliefs [noun]

means "ideology"
dogma, convictions, philosophy, tenets

bequest [noun]

means "gift"
present, donation, gratuity, endowment, grant, boon

bereavement [noun]

means "anguish"
sadness, dolour, sorrow, mourning

bestow [verb]

means "give"
confer, donate, furnish, grant, impart, offer

bestowal [noun]

means "gift"
donation, present, contribution, offering, grant

bigot [noun]

means "dogmatist"
zealot, monomaniac, puritan, diehard, doctrinaire, enthusiast

bigoted [adjective]

means "biased"
dogmatic

bigotry [noun]

means "prejudice"
narrow-mindedness, intolerance, dogmatism, fanaticism, racism, injustice

birdhouse [noun]

means "house built for birds"
dovecote, roost

black [adjective]

means "property"
dismal, forbidding, ominous, gloomy, sombre, doleful

blasted [adjective]

means "damned"
cursed, accursed, doomed, banned

block [noun]

means "person"
dunce, blockhead, dolt, idiot, simpleton, dullard

blockhead [noun]

means "fool"
oaf, goon, dolt, lout, dunce, nincompoop

blow out [verb]

means "extinguish"
snuff out, put out, smother, douse

blue [adjective]

means "property"
morose, down in the dumps

boiled [adjective]

means "fully cooked"
cooked, baked, fried, done

borderline [adjective]

means "ambiguous"
indefinite, indistinct, doubtful, moot, equivocal, unclear

bossy [adjective]

means "assertive"
commanding, imperious, authoritative, lordly, dominant

breakwater [noun]

means "jetty"
pier, wharf, dock, jutty

calf [noun]

means "animal"
baby bovine, doe, fawn, kid

capsule [noun]

means "tablet"
pill, dose, medicine, cap

cash [noun]

means "finance"
money, currency, legal tender, dough

catalog [noun]

means "directory"
docket, calendar

cataract [noun]

means "deluge"
downpour, surge, cataclysm, drencher, tide, flood

chambermaid [noun]

means "servant"
maid, handmaid, domestic

chauffeur [noun]

means "licensed operator"
operator, driver, cab driver, bus driver, domestic, butler

circumvent [verb]

means "avoid"
elude, dodge, evade, by-pass, sidestep, skirt

civic [noun]

means "civil"
public, civilian, municipal, political, domestic, local

civil [adjective]

means "property"
civic, public, civilian, municipal, political, domestic

clod [noun]

means "boor"
fool, provincial, hayseed [US], dolt, yokel, jerk

clone [noun]

means "stand in"
double, counterpart, duplicate, twin, mate, match

cloud-burst [noun]

means "brief rainstorm"
downpour, storm, deluge, torrent, shower

cloudburst [noun]

means "brief rainstorm"
downpour, storm, rainstorm, deluge, torrent, shower

clumsy person [noun]

means "clown"
lout, lummox, oaf, booby, yahoo, dolt

clutches [noun]

means "power"
grasp, control, domain, keeping, possession, custody

cocaine [noun]

means "drugs"
drug, narcotic, stimulant, opiate, dope, crack

cocksure [adjective]

means "assured"
positive, confident, convinced, dogmatic, obstinate, overbearing

collapse [noun]

means "breakdown"
downfall, disintegration, destruction, crash, failure, fall

collection [noun]

means "contribution"
donation, charity, relief, offering, alms, dole

come along [verb]

means "improve"
do well, prosper, get on

comfortably [object]

means "absolutely"
definitely, doubtless, positively, unequivocally, unquestionably, easily

coming [adjective]

means "arriving"
nearing, progressing, docking, advancing, upcoming

command [verb]

means "rule"
control, dominate, govern, superintend, oversee, lead

command [noun]

means "mastery"
authority, ascendancy, head, dominion, control, power, domination

common [adjective]

means "characteristic"
ordinary, average, normal, customary, everyday, domestic

compel [verb]

means "control"
master, boss, dominate, manipulate, tyrannise, tyrannize

complacent [adjective]

means "indifferent"
apathetic, nonchalant, acquiescent, docile, compliant, submissive

complaisance [noun]

means "meekness"
docility, gentleness, pliability, pliancy, obedience, tractability

complete [adjective]

means "concluded"
finished, done, completed, terminated, consummated

completed [adjective]

means "finished"
full, complete, consummate, consummated, done, done with

conciliator [noun]

means "activist for peace"
pacifist, peacemaker, pacificator, pacifier, dove

condemn [verb]

means "find guilty"
convict, damn, judge, doom, sentence, adjudge

condemned [adjective]

means "damned"
doomed, cursed, ill-fated, bewitched, haunted, accursed

confirmation [noun]

means "corroboration"
evidence, proof, documentation, support, verification

conformable [adjective]

means "compliant"
acquiescent, amenable, submissive, agreeable, docile, obedient

conformist [adjective]

means "conventional"
orthodox, conservative, traditional, doctrinal, old guard

confounded [adjective]

means "confused"
bewildered, doubtful, disconcerted, nonplussed, mystified, baffled

confused [adjective]

means "perplexed"
doubtful

conjectural [adjective]

means "hypothetical"
theoretical, speculative, doubtful, supposititious, presumptive, assumed

conquering [adjective]

means "winning"
subduing, dominating

conquest [noun]

means "captivation"
mastery, seduction, domination, allure

conscientious objector [adjective]

means "pacifist"
dissident, peacemaker, dove

contribution [noun]

means "gift"
donation, present, bestowal, offering, grant

control [noun]

means "monopoly"
corner, dominance, manipulation, strategy

control [noun]

means "direction"
power, authority, command, dominion, disposition, charge, domination

controlling [adjective]

means "governing"
ascendant, master, common, dominant, first, important

convictions [noun]

means "beliefs"
dogma, ideology, philosophy, tenets

cooked [adjective]

means "fully cooked"
done, baked, fried, boiled

craftiness [noun]

means "deceit"
double-dealing

crank [noun]

means "handgrip"
handhold, handle, holder, hilt, knob, doorknob

crazy [adjective]

means "state"
rickety, doddering, loose, shaky, tottering

crease [verb]

means "bend back"
pleat, fold, double, crimp, gather

creed [noun]

means "belief"
notion, tenet, thought, view, doctrine, idea

crimp [verb]

means "bend back"
pleat, crease, double, fold, gather

cruelty [noun]

means "persecution"
oppression, hardness, despotism, domination, injustice, coercion

cur [noun]

means "canine"
dog, pup, hound, puppy

curd [noun]

means "soft mass"
paste, pulp, mash, slush, dough, mush

cure [verb]

means "medicine"
treat, doctor, physic, drug, dose, attend

currency [noun]

means "money"
cash, legal tender, dough

curse [verb]

means "afflict"
annoy, destroy, doom, plague, scourge, trouble

cursed [adjective]

means "damned"
blasted, accursed, doomed, banned

cynic [noun]

means "unbeliever"
questioner, sceptic, agnostic, doubter

cynicism [noun]

means "pessimism"
doubt, suspicion, distrust, discouragement, dejection, trepidation

dame [noun]

means "widow"
matron, dowager, lady, woman, matriarch

damn [verb]

means "action"
consign to hell, accurse, curse, doom, proscribe, banish

dapple [verb]

means "spot"
speck, fleck, dot, streak

daring [adjective]

means "bold"
doughty

deal [verb]

means "trade"
do business, bargain, traffic

death [noun]

means "event"
demise, doom, rest, decease, dying, curtains

dedicate [verb]

means "set aside"
devote, assign, allot, apportion, donate, give

deer [noun]

means "animal"
hind, doe, buck, fawn, stag

defeat [noun]

means "event"
downfall, reverse, failure, beating, ruin, overthrow

deference [noun]

means "obedience"
submission, docility, compliance, condescension

deferential [adjective]

means "prostrate"
submissive, docile, subservient, obedient, passive, resigned

dejected [adjective]

means "dispirited"
blue, down, depressed, discouraged, disheartened

deluge [noun]

means "flood"
drencher, cataclysm, catastrophe, downpour, inundation, overflow

demesne [noun]

means "province"
range, scope, domain, jurisdiction, dominion, field

demonstration [noun]

means "presentation of evidence"
illustration, explanation, proof, induction, documentation

department [noun]

means "sphere of duty"
jurisdiction, administration, dominion, station, office, business

depreciate [verb]

means "devaluate"
cheapen, lessen, decline, devalue, downgrade, lower

depressed [adjective]

means "dejected"
downhearted, blue, heavy, low, despondent, sore, downcast

descending [adjective]

means "falling"
descent, degradation, plunge, downfall, collapse, sinking

descent [noun]

means "falling"
descending, degradation, plunge, downfall, collapse, sinking

desolate [adjective]

means "forlorn"
cheerless, downcast, disconsolate, melancholy, inconsolable, lost, dolorous

desperate [adjective]

means "hopeless"
desolate, despondent, forlorn, downcast, wretched, despairing

despondent [adjective]

means "sad"
depressed, melancholy, dispirited, disconsolate, downhearted, glum

despotism [noun]

means "persecution"
cruelty, hardness, oppression, domination, injustice, coercion

destine [verb]

means "fate"
predetermine, foreordain, decide, doom

destiny [noun]

means "future"
necessity, portion, destination, end, doom, fate

determined [adjective]

means "stubborn"
firm, obstinate, dogged

device [noun]

means "thing"
ruse, artifice, dodge, evasion, machination, manoeuvre

dictatorship [noun]

means "persecution"
cruelty, hardness, despotism, domination, injustice, coercion

dip [verb]

means "immerse"
submerge, baptise, baptize, dive, slosh, douse

direct [adjective]

means "property"
open, main, categorical, naked, downright, officious

disappointment [noun]

means "failure"
defeat, calamity, downfall, frustration, mistake, fiasco

disbelief [noun]

means "distrust"
hazard, doubt, problem, faltering, quandary, hesitancy

disbeliever [noun]

means "sceptic"
doubter, critic, agnostic, questioner

discarded [adjective]

means "rejected"
cast off, abandoned, forsaken, done with, dismissed

discharged [adjective]

means "fulfilled"
accomplished, performed, achieved, done

disconcerted [adjective]

means "confused"
bewildered, doubtful, confounded, nonplussed, mystified, baffled

disguise [verb]

means "camouflage"
doctor

dishonest [adjective]

means "lying"
deceitful, double-dealing, devious, cunning, crafty, mendacious

disintegration [noun]

means "breakdown"
downfall, collapse, destruction, crash, failure, fall

dismal [adjective]

means "gloomy"
dreary, depressing, doleful, black, desolate, discouraging

dispense [verb]

means "apportion"
dole

disputed [adjective]

means "of doubtful authenticity"
apocryphal, doubtful, false, fraudulent, fake, fictitious

dissident [noun]

means "pacifist"
conscientious objector, peacemaker, dove

distress [noun]

means "grief"
torment, worry, adversity, dolour, woe, affliction

distrust [noun]

means "suspicion"
doubt, misdoubt, misgiving, mistrust

divide [verb]

means "allocation"
dole, partition

division [noun]

means "section"
dominion

drape [verb]

means "clothe loosely"
dress, cover, clothe, don, enclose, hang

drawing [noun]

means "sketch"
likeness, representation, picture, depiction, work of art, doodle

dray [noun]

means "cart"
hand truck, wagon, van, dolly, barrow, vehicle

drench [verb]

means "soak"
saturate, flood, douse, wet, immerse, drown

drop off [verb]

means "drowse"
nap, slumber, doze

droplet [noun]

means "drop"
dot, grain, pellet, particle, bead

drowse [verb]

means "nap"
doze, slumber

drug [verb]

means "medicine"
desensitize, benumb, dope up

drug addict [noun]

means "person"
addict, junkie, dope fiend, crazy, fanatic

dual [adjective]

means "twin"
double, second, twofold, duplicate

duck [verb]

means "action"
crouch, dodge, escape, stoop

dullard [noun]

means "dunce"
blockhead, dolt, idiot, simpleton, block

dumb [adjective]

means "stupid"
moronic, doltish

dummy [noun]

means "fool"
dolt, blockhead, idiot, oaf, moron

dunce [noun]

means "fool"
blockhead, booby, dolt, idiot, ignoramus

duplicate [verb]

means "reproduce"
manifold, copy, counterfeit, double, imitate, repeat

duplicate [adjective]

means "twin"
double, second, twofold, dual

duplicated [adjective]

means "twice as much"
double, paired, second, twofold, two, twin

duplicity [noun]

means "deceit"
double-dealing

dutiful [adjective]

means "obedient"
deferential, devoted, regardful, docile, respectful, reverential

dwelling [noun]

means "place"
abode, domicile, home, house, residence

easily [object]

means "absolutely"
definitely, doubtless, positively, unequivocally, unquestionably, comfortably

egotistical [adjective]

means "dictatorial"
bigoted, dogmatic, stubborn, opinionated, overbearing, arrogant

eliminate [verb]

means "get rid of"
exterminate, abolish, exclude, cancel, stamp, do away with

elude [verb]

means "evade"
parry, avoid, dodge, escape, shun

empire [noun]

means "politics"
kingdom, authority, monarchy, dominion, power, sovereignty

employee [noun]

means "worker"
agent, labourer, clerk, hired hand, servant, domestic

enclosure [noun]

means "any printed matter"
information, questionnaire, check, circular, documents, money

entrance [noun]

means "entry"
door, opening, doorway, gate, inlet, passage

entry [noun]

means "entrance"
door, gate, approach, hall, foyer, access

equivocal [adjective]

means "dubious"
doubtful, questionable

escape from [verb]

means "elude"
avoid, dodge, escape, evade, shun, sidestep

esoteric [adjective]

means "unclear"
ambiguous, deep, shadowy, doubtful, cryptic, obscure

evade [verb]

means "elude"
avoid, dodge, escape, escape from, shun, sidestep

execution [noun]

means "implementation"
doing, performance, accomplishment, achievement, performing

exit [noun]

means "thing"
way out, egress, outlet, fire escape, door, opening

extinguish [verb]

means "destroy"
kill, do away with, stop

failing [noun]

means "failure"
abortion, downfall, defeat, miscarriage

failure [noun]

means "failing"
abortion, downfall, defeat, miscarriage

faith [noun]

means "religion"
belief, conviction, creed, profession, doctrine, dogma

faithlessness [noun]

means "doubt or disloyalty"
doubt, scepticism, disbelief, dishonesty, infidelity

falling [noun]

means "descent"
descending, degradation, plunge, downfall, collapse, sinking

fallow [adjective]

means "idle"
inactive, dormant, inert, unused

faltering [noun]

means "distrust"
hazard, disbelief, problem, doubt, quandary, hesitancy

fastening [noun]

means "pin"
bolt, bar, dowel, peg, brace, clasp

fate [noun]

means "event"
destiny, chance, circumstance, end, doom, fortune

feathery [adjective]

means "smooth"
delicate, fine, velvety, fluffy, soft, downy

fell [verb]

means "bring down"
down, flatten, floor, knock down, level, prostrate

field [noun]

means "range"
province, scope, domain, jurisdiction, dominion, demesne

fiend [noun]

means "drug addict"
addict, junkie, dope fiend, crazy, fanatic

file [noun]

means "computer"
document, program, data base

fill in for [verb]

means "substitute"
stand in, double

find guilty [verb]

means "condemn"
convict, damn, judge, doom, sentence, adjudge

finished [adjective]

means "completed"
full, complete, consummate, consummated, done, done with

fire escape [noun]

means "way out"
egress, outlet, exit, door, opening

flat [adjective]

means "manner"
fixed, absolute, downright, outright, peremptory, positive

fleck [noun]

means "spot"
speck, dapple, dot, streak, mote

flexibility [noun]

means "versatility"
docility

flexible [adjective]

means "adaptable"
compliant, manageable, gentle, docile, tractable, yielding

flood [noun]

means "nature"
deluge, downpour, surge, cataclysm, drencher, tide

fluctuation [noun]

means "oscillation"
vacillation, wavering, faltering, hesitancy, misgiving, doubt

fluff [noun]

means "soft down"
down, fuzz, foam, bubbles, froth, nap

fluffy [adjective]

means "smooth"
delicate, fine, velvety, soft, feathery, downy

flustered [adjective]

means "perplexed"
doubtful

fold [verb]

means "action"
bend back, pleat, crease, double, crimp, gather

fool [noun]

means "person"
dunce, blockhead, ass, booby, butt, dolt

form [noun]

means "application"
duplicate, blank, questionnaire, pattern, document, paper

formalist [noun]

means "intellectual"
scholar, pedagogue, pedant, doctrinaire, methodologist, bluestocking

frank [adjective]

means "character trait"
downright, artless, avowed, direct, ingenuous, outright

frankfurter [noun]

means "hot dog"
dog, link, frank

fried [adjective]

means "fully cooked"
cooked, baked, done, boiled

frumpy [noun]

means "frowzy"
slatternly, slovenly, dowdy, unkempt, drab, dingy

full-fledged [adjective]

means "completed"
full, complete, consummate, consummated, done, done with

fur [noun]

means "thing"
nap, down, pile, hair, pelage, wool

fuzz [noun]

means "soft down"
down, fluff, foam, bubbles, froth, nap

gate [noun]

means "building"
entry, door, opening, doorway, entrance, inlet

gentle [adjective]

means "characteristic"
quiet, domesticated

gentleness [noun]

means "meekness"
docility, complaisance, pliability, pliancy, obedience, tractability

get on [verb]

means "quality"
improve, do well, prosper, come along

give [verb]

means "action"
bestow, confer, donate, furnish, grant, impart, donate, offer, present, hand out, set forth, show

gloomy [adjective]

means "depressed"
despondent, dejected, disheartened, dispirited, downcast, downhearted

glum [adjective]

means "sad"
depressed, despondent, dispirited, disconsolate, downhearted, melancholy

government [noun]

means "act of governing"
command, ruling, direction, power, equity, dominion

grade [noun]

means "nature"
slope, incline, gradient, slant, descent, downgrade

gradient [noun]

means "slope"
incline, grade, slant, descent, downgrade, ascent

grant [noun]

means "gift"
present, donation, gratuity, endowment, bequest, boon

grim [adjective]

means "austere"
severe, stern, bleak, dour, forbidding, hard

groveling [adjective]

means "cringing"
docile, low, mean, base

gulp [verb]

means "drink"
swallow, swill, swig, draught, dose

habitation [noun]

means "home"
abode, domicile, house, household, residence, habitat

hair [noun]

means "body"
locks, thatch, fur, wool, down, mane

handle [verb]

means "trade"
do business, wheel and deal, market, retail, sell, deal

handle [noun]

means "thing"
doorknob, ear

handmaid [noun]

means "servant"
chambermaid, maid, domestic

hapless [adjective]

means "unlucky"
doomed, poor, luckless, miserable, piteous, pitiable

hatch [noun]

means "cover"
deck, door

headstrong [adjective]

means "stubborn"
dogged, determined, froward, intractable, obstinate, pigheaded

heartbroken [adjective]

means "distressed"
disconsolate, doleful, forlorn, miserable, uncomfortable, uneasy

heavy [adjective]

means "state"
downcast, downhearted

hegemony [noun]

means "authority"
ascendancy, domination, jurisdiction, command, power, omnipotence

hilt [noun]

means "handgrip"
handhold, crank, holder, handle, knob, doorknob

hoax [noun]

means "prank"
practical joke, trick, joke, dodge, swindle, manoeuvre

home [noun]

means "buliding"
habitation, domicile, house, household, residence, habitat

homespun [adjective]

means "made at home"
handcrafted, domestic

homily [noun]

means "solemn moral talk"
sermon, lecture, lesson, doctrine, didactic discourse, textual discourse

hopeless [adjective]

means "despairing"
pessimistic, desperate, unfortunate, despondent, downhearted, forlorn

house [noun]

means "building"
home, residence, household, domicile, dwelling, habitation

ideology [noun]

means "beliefs"
dogma, convictions, philosophy, tenets

ignoramus [noun]

means "dunce"
blockhead, booby, dolt, idiot, fool

immerse [verb]

means "dip"
dunk, plunge, sink, douse, duck

immolate [verb]

means "volunteer"
offer, donate, present, contribute, sacrifice

impassable [adjective]

means "insuperable"
dogged, resolute, indomitable, insurmountable

implementation [noun]

means "execution"
doing, performance, accomplishment, achievement, performing

improbable [adjective]

means "unlikely"
doubtful, questionable, rare, dubious

inconsolable [adjective]

means "forlorn"
cheerless, downcast, disconsolate, melancholy, desolate, lost, dolorous

incredulity [noun]

means "disbelief"
stupefaction, amazement, scepticism, questioning, doubt

indecisive [adjective]

means "irresolute"
hesitant, unstable, ambivalent, changeable, wishy-washy, doubtful

indigenous [adjective]

means "native"
local, original, autochthonous, domestic, aboriginal, primitive

inexorable [adjective]

means "uncompromising"
dogmatic, austere, severe, strict, absolute, stiff

insuperable [adjective]

means "indomitable"
dogged, resolute, impassable, insurmountable

insurmountable [adjective]

means "insuperable"
dogged, resolute, impassable, indomitable

intermix [verb]

means "mix"
doctor, alloy, amalgamate, commingle, dilute, adulterate

internal [adjective]

means "domestic affairs"
domestic, home, national, municipal, inland, indigenous

intolerance [noun]

means "bigotry"
prejudice, fanaticism, narrow-mindedness, dogmatism, racism, narrowness

intolerant [adjective]

means "biased"
dogmatic

intoxicate [verb]

means "inebriate"
befuddle, drug, dope up, stimulate, confuse

intractable [adjective]

means "obstinate"
stubborn, headstrong, adamant, contumacious, dogged, inflexible

inundation [noun]

means "flood"
drencher, cataclysm, catastrophe, downpour, deluge, overflow

irredeemable [adjective]

means "depraved"
lost, irreclaimable, abandoned, condemned, doomed, damned

jackass [noun]

means "fool"
oaf, dolt, idiot, moron, rascal, jerk

jetty [noun]

means "wharf"
quay, dock, marina, harbour, pier, port

jockey [verb]

means "manoeuvre"
negotiate, manipulate, dodge, manage, insinuate oneself, pilot

junkie [noun]

means "addict"
dope fiend

jurisdiction [noun]

means "sphere of duty"
department, administration, dominion, station, office, business

karma [noun]

means "destiny"
chance, circumstance, end, doom, fortune, fate

kid [noun]

means "animal"
baby goat, doe, fawn

kill [verb]

means "action"
destroy, extinguish, do away with

knob [noun]

means "handle"
grip, handhold, doorknob, pull, dial, control

knock off [verb]

means "murder"
kill, assassinate, dispatch, annihilate, do in, execute

knock out [verb]

means "bring down"
knock down, fell, conquer, down, tackle, hit

land [verb]

means "transport"
come into port, dock, arrive, moor, berth

land [verb]

means "activity"
drop anchor, dock, set down, put in

landing [verb]

means "arriving by sea"
arriving, docking

landing [noun]

means "pier"
marina, dock, harbour, wharf, port

lard [verb]

means "moisten while baking"
drip, season, grease, douse, baste

latent [adjective]

means "potential"
dormant, inactive, inert, immature, concealed, hidden

lethargic [adjective]

means "drowsy"
sleepy, listless, slow, inert, dormant, supine

levee [noun]

means "wharf"
berth, dock, pier, jetty, quay, slip

likely [object]

means "probability"
presumably, probably, doubtless, possibly

liquidate [verb]

means "murder"
kill, assassinate, dispatch, annihilate, do in, execute

live up to [verb]

means "meet expectations"
satisfy, do well, meet

loaf [noun]

means "thing"
bread, dough, roll, twist, pastry, mass

locality [noun]

means "position"
site, spot, location, domain, sphere, zone

lodging [noun]

means "personal accommodation"
dwelling, domicile, home, shelter, residence, harbour

loot [noun]

means "money"
cash, dough, lucre

lord [noun]

means "person"
nobleman, aristocrat, patrician, count, don, peer

lordly [adjective]

means "tyrannical"
despotic, dictatorial, domineering, overbearing, magisterial, imperious

lore [noun]

means "lesson"
advice, counsel, doctrine, teaching, wisdom

lost [adjective]

means "depraved"
irredeemable, irreclaimable, abandoned, condemned, doomed, damned

lout [noun]

means "fool"
blockhead, goon, dolt, oaf, dunce, nincompoop

low [adjective]

means "feeling"
downcast, depressed, blue, sad, unhappy, dispirited

lugubrious [adjective]

means "sad"
depressed, despondent, dispirited, disconsolate, downhearted, glum

lying [adjective]

means "dishonest"
deceitful, double-dealing, devious, cunning, crafty, mendacious

magnate [noun]

means "nobleman"
aristocrat, patrician, count, don, peer, lord

maid [noun]

means "servant"
chambermaid, handmaid, domestic

maidservant [noun]

means "maid"
chambermaid, servant, domestic, handmaid, nurse

major [adjective]

means "comparison"
greater, superior, dominant, larger, primary, capital

manage [verb]

means "education"
handle, dominate, influence, train

manageable [adjective]

means "obedient"
docile, well-behaved, orderly, good

mane [noun]

means "locks"
thatch, fur, wool, down, hair

manuscript [noun]

means "written output"
article, document, text, composition, essay, correspondence

marina [noun]

means "boat landing"
dock, wharf, quay, harbour, jetty

master [verb]

means "activity"
learn, comprehend, understand, control, dominate, study

mastery [noun]

means "control"
power, command, dominance, authority, jurisdiction, sovereignty

mat [noun]

means "covering"
floor covering, doormat, pad, rug

medicate [verb]

means "cure"
treat, doctor, drug, dose, attend, nurse

medicine [noun]

means "medical science"
physic, doctoring

meekness [noun]

means "gentleness"
docility, complaisance, pliability, pliancy, obedience, tractability

melancholy [adjective]

means "sad"
depressed, despondent, dispirited, disconsolate, downhearted, glum

mend [noun]

means "means"
amelioration, doctor

mete [verb]

means "distribute"
allot, apportion, measure, parcel out, dole, deal

misbehave [verb]

means "behave poorly"
disobey, defy, rebel, do wrong

misbeliever [noun]

means "sceptic"
heretic, nonconformist, doubter, cynic, questioner, dissenter

miserable [adjective]

means "distressed"
disconsolate, doleful, forlorn, heartbroken, uncomfortable, uneasy

misfortune [noun]

means "disaster"
accident, adversity, dole, affliction, tragedy, blow

mistrust [noun]

means "suspicion"
uncertainty, doubt, scepticism, apprehension, misgiving, wariness

mollycoddle [noun]

means "weakling"
baby, doormat, sissy, coward, recreant, craven

mongrel [noun]

means "mutt"
dog, cur

monomaniac [noun]

means "dogmatist"
zealot, bigot, diehard, doctrinaire, enthusiast

monopoly [noun]

means "control"
corner, dominance, manipulation, strategy

moor [noun]

means "wasteland"
fen, field, down, upland

moor [noun]

means "fasten"
anchor, berth, secure, tether, dock

morose [adjective]

means "unhappy"
melancholy, sorrowful, downhearted, sad, rueful, dispirited

mote [noun]

means "speck"
dot, point

mournful [adjective]

means "sad"
sorrowful, melancholy, unhappy, sorry, doleful, woeful

mourning [noun]

means "anguish"
sadness, dolour, sorrow, bereavement

mulish [adjective]

means "stubborn"
contumacious, bullheaded, dogged, firm, deaf, headstrong

multiply [verb]

means "increase"
augment, double, add, boost, enlarge, expand

municipal [adjective]

means "civic"
public, civilian, civil, political, domestic, local

murder [verb]

means "action"
kill, assassinate, destroy, cool, do in, slay

mush [noun]

means "soft mass"
paste, pulp, mash, slush, dough, curd

mystified [adjective]

means "confused"
bewildered, doubtful, disconcerted, nonplussed, confounded, baffled

nail [noun]

means "thing"
pin, dowel, plug, peg, spike, rivet

name [noun]

means "person"
devil, imbecile, idiot, blackguard, rat, dog

nap [noun]

means "siesta"
doze, rest, snooze, respite

narrow [adjective]

means "characteristic"
opinionated, dogmatic

narrow-minded [adjective]

means "biased"
dogmatic

narrow-mindedness [noun]

means "prejudice"
bigotry, intolerance, dogmatism, racism, injustice

narrowness [noun]

means "bigotry"
prejudice, fanaticism, narrow-mindedness, dogmatism, racism, intolerance

nation [noun]

means "people"
kingdom, dominion

nearing [verb]

means "arriving"
coming, progressing, docking, advancing, upcoming

nimble [adjective]

means "agile"
light, airy, effortless, easy, docile, alert

nincompoop [noun]

means "fool"
blockhead, goon, dolt, lout, dunce, oaf

nitwit [noun]

means "simpleton"
dunce, numskull, blockhead, dope, fool

nobleman [noun]

means "lord"
aristocrat, patrician, count, don, peer, magnate

nod [verb]

means "drowse"
nap, doze, drop off, sleep, drift

nonplussed [adjective]

means "puzzled"
perplexed, at a loss, dumbfounded, doubtful

nonresistant [adjective]

means "compliant"
passive, docile, acquiescent, submissive, resigned, yielding

numskull [noun]

means "simpleton"
dunce, nitwit, blockhead, dope, fool

oaf [noun]

means "fool"
blockhead, goon, dolt, lout, dunce, nincompoop

obscure [adjective]

means "unclear"
ambiguous, deep, shadowy, doubtful, cryptic, esoteric

obstinate [adjective]

means "stubborn"
contumacious, bullheaded, dogged, firm, deaf, headstrong

obstinate [adjective]

means "prejudiced"
biased, bigoted, dogmatic, unreasonable, unreasoning

odd [adjective]

means "property"
uncertain, doubtful, insecure, obscure, vague

offer [verb]

means "activity"
volunteer, immolate, donate, present, contribute, sacrifice

omnipotence [noun]

means "authority"
ascendancy, domination, jurisdiction, command, hegemony, power

operation [noun]

means "procedure"
doing

opinionated [adjective]

means "biased"
dogmatic

opium [noun]

means "drug"
soporific, dope, opiate, morphine, cocaine

oppression [noun]

means "persecution"
cruelty, hardness, despotism, domination, injustice, coercion

oppugn [verb]

means "oppose"
criticize, dispute, doubt, question

oracular [adjective]

means "authoritative"
declaring, dogmatic, peremptory, inspired, imperious

orderly [adjective]

means "obedient"
docile, well-behaved, manageable, good

oscillation [noun]

means "fluctuation"
vacillation, wavering, faltering, hesitancy, misgiving, doubt

out [object]

means "state"
disqualified, put out, retired, in the field, down, away

outright [object]

means "entirely"
downright

outshine [verb]

means "surpass"
eclipse, overshadow, dwarf, diminish, dominate, tower above

over [object]

means "stop"
done, concluded, accomplished, ended, completed, finished

overbearing [adjective]

means "dictatorial"
despotic, domineering, oppressive, absolute, autocratic, tyrannical

overcome [verb]

means "lick"
surmount, down, hurdle

overriding [adjective]

means "major"
dominant

own [verb]

means "possession"
have, enjoy, hold, control, dominate, boast

pacifist [noun]

means "peace lover"
dove, flower child

pale [adjective]

means "colour"
colourless, ashen, bleached, blanched, doughy, pallid

paper [noun]

means "thing"
document, certificate, record, proof

parish [noun]

means "section"
dominion

past [adjective]

means "property"
gone, over, finished, done, done with, bygone

paste [noun]

means "thing"
mash, pulp, dough, curd, spread, mush

pedagogue [noun]

means "pedant"
conventionalist, dogmatist, bigot, know-it-all

pedant [noun]

means "perfectionist"
dogmatist, precisianist, quibbler, faultfinder

pedant [noun]

means "intellectual"
scholar, pedagogue, formalist, doctrinaire, methodologist, bluestocking

peg [noun]

means "thing"
pin, dowel, plug, nail, spike, rivet

perdition [noun]

means "destruction"
annihilation, doom, downfall, hell, ruin

peremptory [adjective]

means "authoritative"
arbitrary, autocratic, tyrannical, dictatorial, assertive, dogmatic

performing [adjective]

means "executing"
doing, acting, effecting

perplexity [noun]

means "uncertainty"
confusion, doubt, hesitation, scepticism, mistrust, complication

persistent [adjective]

means "tenacious"
enduring, dogged, immovable, insistent, indefatigable, persevering

pertinacious [adjective]

means "stubborn"
contumacious, bullheaded, dogged, firm, deaf, headstrong

perverse [adjective]

means "obstinate"
dogged, obdurate, headstrong, intractable, persistent, pigheaded

pessimism [noun]

means "cynicism"
doubt, suspicion, distrust, discouragement, dejection, trepidation

physician [noun]

means "doctor of medicine"
doctor

pier [noun]

means "landing"
marina, dock, harbour, wharf, port

pigeon [noun]

means "animal"
bird, dove, squab

pile [noun]

means "nap"
down, fur, hair, pelage, wool

pill [noun]

means "medicine"
tablet, capsule, dose, cap

pin [noun]

means "thing"
fastening, bolt, bar, dowel, peg, brace

piteous [adjective]

means "unlucky"
doomed, hapless, luckless, miserable, poor, pitiable

place [noun]

means "building"
dwelling, abode, domicile, home, house, residence

plain [adjective]

means "property"
direct, downright, sheer, transparent

plaintive [adjective]

means "sad"
depressed, despondent, dispirited, disconsolate, downhearted, glum

pliable [adjective]

means "tractable"
docile

plump [adjective]

means "property"
downright, unqualified

point [noun]

means "thing"
speck, dot, mote

political [adjective]

means "civic"
public, civilian, municipal, civil, domestic, local

poor [adjective]

means "state"
unlucky, doomed, hapless, luckless, miserable, piteous

portal [noun]

means "entry"
door, opening, doorway, gate, inlet, passage

portion [noun]

means "share"
allotment, apportionment, dividend, division, dole, lot

position [noun]

means "assertion"
view, contention, dictum, doctrine, principle, proposition

positive [adjective]

means "assured"
cocksure, confident, convinced, dogmatic, obstinate, overbearing

possibly [object]

means "presumably"
probably, doubtless, likely

potency [noun]

means "power"
authority, command, dominion, rule, influence, control

potential [adjective]

means "likely"
able, possible, capable, dormant, latent, implied

power [noun]

means "rule"
authority, ascendancy, domination, jurisdiction, command, hegemony

powerful [adjective]

means "authoritative"
almighty, dominant, omnipotent, supreme, commanding, authoritarian

prank [noun]

means "trick"
practical joke, hoax, joke, dodge, swindle, manoeuvre

pre-eminent [adjective]

means "predominant"
above, consummate, distinguished, dominant, eminent, excellent

precarious [adjective]

means "dangerous"
doubtful, dubious, hazardous, perilous, risky, undependable

predestine [verb]

means "decree"
predetermine, destine, foreordain, doom

predetermine [verb]

means "decree"
doom, destine, foreordain, predestine

prejudiced [adjective]

means "intolerant"
racist, dogmatic, narrow, opinionated, pedantic

preponderance [noun]

means "majority"
ascendancy, primacy, supremacy, superiority, dominance, sovereignty

preponderant [adjective]

means "prevalent"
predominant, dominant, prevailing, widespread, extensive, major

present [verb]

means "give"
bestow, confer, donate, endow, grant

present [noun]

means "gift"
benefaction, bonus, boon, donation, grant, gratuity

presentation [noun]

means "gift"
present, remembrance, award, donation, contribution, grant

presumably [object]

means "likely"
probably, doubtless, possibly

prevailing [adjective]

means "prevalent"
dominant, widespread, popular, predominant, accepted, rampant

primacy [noun]

means "majority"
ascendancy, preponderance, supremacy, superiority, dominance, sovereignty

principality [noun]

means "realm"
kingdom, domain, dominion, territory, province, nation

principle [noun]

means "belief"
faith, doctrine, system, opinion, tenet

probably [object]

means "presumably"
likely, doubtless, possibly

problem [noun]

means "puzzle"
doubt, issue, enigma, nut, question, riddle

problematic [adjective]

means "indecisive"
incredulous, dubious, obscure, enigmatic, doubtful, puzzled

proffer [verb]

means "offer"
extend, volunteer, tender, propose, bring forward, donate

prostrate [adjective]

means "deferential"
submissive, docile, subservient, obedient, passive, resigned

proxy [noun]

means "stand in"
double

pulp [noun]

means "mash"
paste, ooze, pap, dough, mush, slush

pulpy [adjective]

means "smooth"
delicate, fine, velvety, fluffy, feathery, downy

pun [noun]

means "speech"
play on words, ambiguity, double meaning, joke, innuendo

put out [verb]

means "extinguish"
snuff out, blow out, smother, douse

putter [verb]

means "dawdle"
loiter, loaf, fritter, poke, doodle, loll

quarrelsome [adjective]

means "surly"
dour

quarters [noun]

means "habitation"
abode, domicile, house, household, residence, habitat

quay [noun]

means "boat landing"
marina, wharf, dock, harbour, jetty

quench [verb]

means "moisten"
douse, extinguish, smother, suffocate, stifle, choke

questioning [noun]

means "disbelief"
stupefaction, amazement, scepticism, incredulity, doubt

quibble [verb]

means "evade"
cavil, dodge, equivocate, avoid, prevaricate, shuffle

quill [noun]

means "feather"
down, plume, pinion, prick, spine, pen

quota [noun]

means "apportionment"
dole

racism [noun]

means "state"
prejudice, narrow-mindedness, intolerance, dogmatism, bigotry, injustice

ration [verb]

means "allot"
distribute, apportion, deal, dole, mete, parcel out

realm [noun]

means "sphere"
domain

record [noun]

means "thing"
document, chronicle, account, legend, history, manuscript

regardful [adjective]

means "obedient"
deferential, devoted, dutiful, docile, respectful, reverential

region [noun]

means "section"
area, sector, zone, territory, domain, belt

reign [verb]

means "govern"
dominate, rule, prevail, influence, hold sway, predominate

reign [noun]

means "regime"
dominion, incumbency, sovereignty, influence, sway, rule

religion [noun]

means "faith"
belief, conviction, creed, profession, doctrine, dogma

remove [verb]

means "kill"
assassinate, liquidate, destroy, do away with, murder

replacement [noun]

means "stand in"
double

repressive [adjective]

means "bigoted"
domineering, autocratic, overbearing, arrogant, dogmatic, peremptory

residence [noun]

means "address"
abode, headquarters, domicile, dwelling, habitation, location

resignation [noun]

means "submission"
compliance, passivity, acquiescence, docility, meekness, forbearance

responsive [adjective]

means "agreeable"
amenable, manageable, docile, pliable, open, tractable

restoration [noun]

means "fix"
doctor

retail [verb]

means "trade"
do business, wheel and deal, market, handle, sell, deal

reverential [adjective]

means "obedient"
deferential, devoted, regardful, docile, respectful, dutiful

roll [noun]

means "thing"
document, list, roster, inventory, catalogue, register

royalty [noun]

means "monarchy"
kingship, majesty, sovereignty, primacy, supremacy, dominion

ruined [adjective]

means "useless"
broken, burned, spoiled, screwed up, rotten, done for

rule [noun]

means "control"
command, dominion, direction, mastery, domination, government

sad [adjective]

means "property"
sombre, dismal, gloomy, doleful, mournful, dark

sad [adjective]

means "feeling"
unhappy, melancholy, sorrowful, downhearted, morose, rueful

saturate [verb]

means "drench"
suffuse, immerse, douse, imbue, impregnate, soak

scam [noun]

means "fraud"
dupe, doublecross, graft, trickery

scholar [noun]

means "savant"
sage, philosopher, professor, teacher, doctor

scientist [noun]

means "person"
professor, scholar, expert, specialist, doctor

scrawl [verb]

means "write"
doodle, scratch, scribble, scrabble, jot

scrawl [noun]

means "handwriting"
scrabble, scratch, doodle, scribble, signature, autograph

script [noun]

means "book"
manuscript, text, dialogue, scenario, document

scruple [verb]

means "hesitate"
waver, doubt, falter, stickle

scruple [noun]

means "reluctance"
misgiving, uncertainty, doubt, hesitation, restraint, uneasiness

section [noun]

means "division"
dominion

sector [noun]

means "region"
area, zone, section, territory, domain, belt

seduction [noun]

means "captivation"
mastery, conquest, domination, allure

self-conscious [adjective]

means "uncertain"
unsure, doubtful, uncomfortable, shy, sheepish, humble

senile [adjective]

means "feeble"
aged, old, sick, infirm, doddering

sentence [verb]

means "convict"
condemn, proscribe, judge, doom, damn

severe [adjective]

means "property"
grim, forbidding, grave, dour

sheepish [adjective]

means "bashful"
blushing, shy, meek, timid, passive, docile

sheer [adjective]

means "pure"
simple, absolute, utter, mere, downright, altogether

shower [noun]

means "nature"
rain, sprinkle, drizzle, torrent, downpour, mist

shut-eye [noun]

means "slumber"
doze, nap, rest, nod, snooze, sleep

sick [adjective]

means "health"
suffering, down

sidestep [verb]

means "avoid"
elude, dodge, evade, by-pass, circumvent, skirt

siesta [noun]

means "nap"
doze, rest, snooze, respite

signed [adjective]

means "settled"
agreed, done, approved, compacted, determined

silent [adjective]

means "state"
dormant, inactive, quiescent

simpleton [noun]

means "fool"
dolt, dunce, idiot, jerk, dope, clod

sin [verb]

means "action"
transgress, err, misbehave, do wrong, offend, trespass

sissy [noun]

means "weakling"
coward, doormat

skeptic [noun]

means "doubter"
cynic, dissenter, questioner, doubting thomas, unbeliever, disbeliever

slatternly [adjective]

means "messy"
sloppy, untidy, sordid, dowdy

slay [verb]

means "kill"
murder, slaughter, massacre, butcher, assassinate, do in

sleep [verb]

means "activity"
slumber, doze, snooze, drowse, nap, nod

sleep [noun]

means "state"
slumber, doze, nap, rest, nod, snooze

sleepy [adjective]

means "drowsy"
slow, listless, lethargic, inert, dormant, supine

slow [adjective]

means "state"
drowsy, sleepy, listless, lethargic, inert, dormant

slumber [verb]

means "sleep"
nap, doze, snooze, rest, drowse

slush [noun]

means "soft mass"
paste, pulp, mash, mush, dough, curd

sly [adjective]

means "faithless"
traitorous, double-dealing, treacherous, dishonourable

sneaky [adjective]

means "dubious"
doubtful, disreputable

snooze [noun]

means "slumber"
doze, sleep, drowse, nap, nod, turn in

soak [verb]

means "drench"
saturate, flood, douse, wet, immerse, drown

soft [adjective]

means "property"
downy, pulpy

solicitation [noun]

means "petition"
inquiry, bid, appeal, document, request, application

somber [adjective]

means "gloomy"
depressing, dreary, dismal, doleful, melancholy, funereal

sombre [adjective]

means "gloomy"
depressing, dreary, dismal, doleful, melancholy, lugubrious

sorrowful [adjective]

means "sorry"
piteous, dreary, dismal, doleful, distressing, lugubrious

sorry [adjective]

means "feeling"
unhappy, sad, grieved, melancholy, mournful, doleful

souse [verb]

means "immerse"
plunge, dip, duck, drown, dunk, douse

sovereign [adjective]

means "chief"
dominant, principal, predominant, paramount, independent, supreme

sphere [noun]

means "realm"
domain

spike [noun]

means "large nail"
bolt, dowel, peg, skewer, stake, stud

sport [verb]

means "state"
wear, don

stand in [noun]

means "alternate"
double

star-crossed [adjective]

means "unlucky"
doomed, hapless, luckless, miserable, piteous, pitiable

stark [adjective]

means "pure"
downright, unmistakable, sheer, utter, mere, absolute

stiff [adjective]

means "manner"
uncompromising, dogmatic, austere, severe, strict, absolute

stimulant [noun]

means "drugs"
drug, narcotic, dope, opiate, cocaine, crack

straighten up [verb]

means "tidy"
tidy up, arrange, order, clean house, do housework, clean

stratagem [noun]

means "ruse"
artifice, dodge, evasion, machination, manoeuvre, subterfuge

stubborn [adjective]

means "obstinate"
contumacious, bullheaded, dogged, firm, deaf, headstrong

subdue [verb]

means "tame"
discipline, domesticate, break

subject [verb]

means "control"
dominate, subjugate, subordinate, enslave, govern, subdue

subscribe [verb]

means "sign up for"
purchase, support, donate

subservient [adjective]

means "deferential"
submissive, docile, prostrate, obedient, passive, resigned

subsidy [noun]

means "financial assistance"
assistance, handout, welfare, dole, backing, aid

substitute [noun]

means "alternate"
double, sub, stand-in, surrogate, proxy, fill-in

subterfuge [noun]

means "ruse"
artifice, dodge, evasion, machination, manoeuvre, device

superintend [verb]

means "rule"
control, dominate, govern, command, oversee, lead

surly [adjective]

means "ugly"
dour

suspense [noun]

means "uncertainty"
apprehension, doubt, incertitude

suspicious [adjective]

means "distrustful"
mistrustful, wary, doubting, jealous, sceptical

sway [verb]

means "govern"
rule, control, direct, reign, dominate, prevail

sway [noun]

means "authority"
mastery, power, influence, predominance, control, dominion

sweep [verb]

means "activity"
brush, whisk, clean, tidy up, do housework

swerve [verb]

means "bend"
dodge

tablet [noun]

means "medicine"
capsule, pill, dose, cap

tackle [verb]

means "bring to the ground"
bring down, grapple, seize, down, grab

tame [verb]

means "activity"
domesticate, train, master, break, subdue

tame [adjective]

means "property"
domesticated, trained, docile, harmless, submissive, mild

tedium [noun]

means "boredom"
monotony, doldrums, ennui, yawn

tenet [noun]

means "creed"
notion, belief, thought, view, doctrine, idea

terminated [adjective]

means "concluded"
finished, done, completed, complete, consummated

terrorise [verb]

means "threaten"
coerce, intimidate, dominate, browbeat

terrorize [verb]

means "threaten"
coerce, intimidate, dominate, browbeat

text [noun]

means "language"
wording, words, printed matter, document, quotation, vocabulary

thatch [noun]

means "locks"
hair, fur, wool, down, mane

theology [noun]

means "divinity"
religion, faith, belief, scripture, dogma, convictions

therapy [noun]

means "treatment"
care, mediation, prescription, regimen, doctoring

thick [adjective]

means "characteristic"
obtuse, doltish, dull, stupid, unintelligent, slow

threshold [noun]

means "doorsill"
entrance, door, doorway, portal, gate

through [adjective]

means "finished"
completed, done for

tick [noun]

means "thing"
check, mark, dot, line, stroke, notch

tidy up [verb]

means "tidy"
straighten up, arrange, order, clean house, do housework, clean

totalitarian [adjective]

means "dictatorial"
compulsory, autocratic, imperious, despotic, domineering, arbitrary

tractable [adjective]

means "obedient"
docile, manageable, complaisant, compliant, amenable, willing


treat [verb]

means "medicine"
prescribe, dose, minister, doctor, attend, nurse

treatment [noun]

means "therapy"
care, mediation, prescription, regimen, doctoring

tribute [noun]

means "payment under duress"
tariff, levy, payment, fee, donation, dues

trick [noun]

means "deed"
prank, practical joke, hoax, joke, dodge, swindle

trickery [noun]

means "deceit"
double-dealing

triumphant [adjective]

means "victorious"
winning, conquering, successful, triumphal, unbeaten, dominant

turn [verb]

means "movement"
deflect, dodge

twin [noun]

means "quantity"
double

two [noun]

means "twice as much"
duplicated, paired, second, twofold, double, twin

twofold [adjective]

means "twice as much"
duplicated, paired, second, double, two, twin

tyrannise [verb]

means "control"
master, boss, dominate, manipulate, compel, tyrannize

tyrannize [verb]

means "control"
master, boss, dominate, manipulate, tyrannise, compel

ugly [adjective]

means "behaviour"
sullen, dour

unbelief [noun]

means "incredulity"
disbelief, doubt, suspicion, scepticism, nihilism, unfaith

unbeliever [noun]

means "sceptic"
doubter

uncertain [adjective]

means "vague"
indistinct, doubtful, dubious, unsure, suspect, precarious

uncertain [adjective]

means "unstable"
doubtful

underling [noun]

means "servant"
maid, help, domestic

undetermined [adjective]

means "indecisive"
doubtful

unhappy [adjective]

means "sad"
afflicted, cheerless, disconsolate, distressed, downcast, inconsolable

unhesitating [adjective]

means "assured"
cocksure, confident, convinced, dogmatic, obstinate, overbearing

unintelligent [adjective]

means "obtuse"
doltish, dull, stupid, thick, slow, bovine

unoccupied [adjective]

means "at leisure"
dormant, fallow, idle, resting, lazy, quiescent

unpredictable [adjective]

means "unstable"
doubtful

unsafe [adjective]

means "unstable"
doubtful

up in the air [adjective]

means "indecisive"
unsettled, unresolved, unused, doubtful, uncertain, confused

upcoming [adjective]

means "arriving"
nearing, progressing, docking, advancing, coming

upper hand [noun]

means "advantage"
dominion, control, command, rule, power, authority

uptight [adjective]

means "concerned"
apprehensive, doubtful, right-wing, worried, tight, conservative

validate [verb]

means "verify"
document

vault [noun]

means "arch"
dome, arcade, ceiling, roof

veer [verb]

means "bend"
dodge

velvety [adjective]

means "smooth"
delicate, fine, soft, fluffy, feathery, downy

versatility [noun]

means "flexibility"
docility

vertebrae [noun]

means "spinal column"
dorsum, spine, backbone, chine

victorious [adjective]

means "triumphant"
winning, conquering, successful, triumphal, unbeaten, dominant

vocabulary [noun]

means "wording"
words, printed matter, document, quotation, text

volunteer [verb]

means "offer"
extend, proffer, tender, propose, bring forward, donate

wan [adjective]

means "colourless"
ashen, bleached, blanched, doughy, pallid, pale


wash [verb]

means "activity"
bathe, shower, soak, immerse, douse

washed up [adjective]

means "finished"
miscarried, through, done for, ruined, defeated, outcast

water [verb]

means "activity"
irrigate, sprinkle, douse, drench, soak, flood