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Synonym for with [object]

The synonym with synonymous definition words:
means "position"
by, among, at, along with, beside
Further results for the word "with"

in consultation with [adjective]

means "in cooperation with"
together with, with help from, in concert with

in cooperation with [adjective]

means "in collaboration with"
together with, with help from, in concert with, assisting

with angles [adjective]

means "angular"
jagged, angled, pointed, forked

with difficulty [adjective]

means "severely"
gallingly, harshly, hard


withdraw [verb]

means "retread"
retreat, depart, retire, secede

withdraw [verb]

means "remove"
repeal, retract, revoke, take back, subtract, recall, recant

withdrawal [noun]

means "retirement"
solitude, seclusion, privacy, retreat, departure, recession, evacuation

withdrawn [adjective]

means "retiring"
distant, bashful, aloof, solitary, absent, unsociable, reclusive

withdrawn [adjective]

means "removed"
secluded, cloistered, isolated, recalled

wither [verb]

means "decompose"
decay, spoil, disintegrate, blight, putrefy, moulder, rot

withered [adjective]

means "moth-eaten"
dusty, fusty, crumbling, antediluvian, musty, dry

withering [noun]

means "disease"
mildew, decay, blight, curse

withhold [verb]

means "disown"
disclaim, disallow, refuse, keep back, repudiate, deny

within [object]

means "position"
inside, inside of

without [object]

means "outside"
outwardly

without [object]

means "lacking"
wanting

without bloodshed [adjective]

means "bloodless"
peaceful

without delay [object]

means "immediately"
instantly, now, right away, directly, at once


withstand [verb]

means "support"
survive, bear, brave, experience, face, endure

abandonment [noun]

means "desertion"
apostasy, withdrawal, defection, falseness, tergiversation

about [object]

means "concerning"
connected with, respecting, with regard to, of


abstract [verb]

means "separate"
distil, withdrawn, draw away, fractionate, remove, take away

apostasy [noun]

means "desertion"
defection, withdrawal, abandonment, falseness, tergiversation

at once [adjective]

means "immediately"
instantly, now, right away, directly, without delay

back [verb]

means "action"
reverse, retreat, retire, withdraw, repel

bank draft [noun]

means "cheque"
withdrawal, debit, draft, payment

between [object]

means "among"
betwixt, halfway, mid, within, midway, amid

big [adjective]

means "animal"
pregnant, gravid, expecting, with child, enceinte

blight [noun]

means "disease"
mildew, decay, withering, curse

but [object]

means "part of speech"
without, disregarding


cheque [noun]

means "bank draft"
withdrawal, debit, draft, payment

combat [verb]

means "battle"
confront, assail, contest, resist, contend, withstand

come through [verb]

means "live through"
endure, withstand, survive

concerning [object]

means "about"
connected with, respecting, with regard to, regarding, of

countermand [verb]

means "retract"
revoke, recant, repeal, rescind, withdraw, recall

decay [verb]

means "decompose"
wither

defection [noun]

means "desertion"
apostasy, withdrawal, abandonment, falseness, tergiversation

defy [verb]

means "oppose"
face, resist, withstand

deluxe [adjective]

means "luxurious"
with all the trimmings

deny [verb]

means "action"
withhold

departed [adjective]

means "left"
forsaken, gone, withdrawn, moved, disappeared

deprive [verb]

means "strip"
bankrupt, dispossess, withhold, divest, dismantle, bare

desist [verb]

means "cease"
end, stop, finish, quit, surrender, withdraw

detain [verb]

means "retain"
keep back, hold, withhold

die [verb]

means "activity"
wither, dissolve, decay, wane, decline, lapse

disclaim [verb]

means "disown"
deny, disallow, refuse, keep back, repudiate, withhold

disown [verb]

means "deny"
disclaim, disallow, refuse, keep back, repudiate, withhold

dispossess [verb]

means "deprive"
bankrupt, strip, withhold, divest, dismantle, bare

disregarding [object]

means "except"
aside from, excepting, save, let alone, excluding, without

distil [verb]

means "extract"
press out, derive, withdraw

dock [verb]

means "decrease"
diminish, withhold, deduct, lessen

draw away [verb]

means "separate"
distil, withdraw, abstract, fractionate, remove, take away

dry [verb]

means "activity"
wipe, evaporate, soak up, wither, swab, drain

drying [adjective]

means "parching"
searing, withering, burning

dusty [adjective]

means "characteristic"
moth-eaten, musty, fusty, crumbling, antediluvian, withered

embalm [verb]

means "mummify"
preserve, wither, shrivel, mortify

endure [verb]

means "support"
survive, bear, brave, experience, face, withstand

estrange [verb]

means "withdraw"
withdrawn, separate, part, withhold, leave

estrangement [noun]

means "alienation"
disaffection, distancing, enmity, withdrawal

evacuation [noun]

means "vacating"
withdrawal, abandonment, departure, retreat

except [object]

means "but"
saving, apart from, excepting, without, aside from, excluding

excepting [object]

means "except"
aside from, but, save, let alone, excluding, without

excluding [object]

means "except"
aside from, excepting, save, let alone, but, without

exit [noun]

means "departure"
leave-taking, leaving, withdrawal

expectant [adjective]

means "pregnant"
gravid, expecting, parturient, with child, enceinte

expecting [adjective]

means "pregnant"
gravid, big, with child, enceinte

extract [verb]

means "distil"
press out, derive, withdraw




gravid [adjective]

means "pregnant"
big, expecting, with child, enceinte

harbor [verb]

means "hide"
conceal, suppress, withhold, secrete

harbour [verb]

means "hide"
conceal, suppress, withhold, secrete

hard [object]

means "property"
severely, gallingly, harshly, with difficulty

held up [adjective]

means "delayed"
postponed, put off, detained, caught up, withheld

immediate [adjective]

means "instantaneous"
instant, present, without delay, direct

in [object]

means "place"
inside of, surrounded by, within, pertaining to

in cold blood [adjective]

means "relentlessly"
deliberately, cruelly, willfully, with malice aforethought

in the background [adjective]

means "unnoticed"
obscure, out of sight, withdrawn, shy, unseen

inside [object]

means "place"
within, inside of

instantaneous [adjective]

means "immediate"
instant, present, without delay

instantaneously [object]

means "instantly"
immediately, abruptly, at once, directly, without delay, promptly

knowingly [object]

means "intentionally"
deliberately, wilfully, on purpose, mindfully, with malice aforethought

leave [verb]

means "action"
go, desert, abandon, vacate, depart from, withdraw from

leaving [noun]

means "departure"
leave-taking, exit, withdrawal

let alone [object]

means "except"
aside from, excepting, save, but, excluding, without

mildew [noun]

means "disease"
blight, decay, withering, curse

minus [object]

means "reduction"
diminished, lacking, without, deficient, wanting, less

moulder [verb]

means "decompose"
wither

mummify [verb]

means "embalm"
preserve, wither, shrivel, mortify

musty [adjective]

means "moth-eaten"
dusty, fusty, crumbling, antediluvian, withered, dry

nullification [noun]

means "retraction"
revocation, repeal, recall, withdrawal

odorless [adjective]

means "scentless"
flat, smell-less, unscented, without odour, without odor [US]

of [object]

means "part of speech"
concerning, connected with, respecting, with regard to, about

omission [noun]

means "missing"
blank, overlooking, chasm, overlook, withholding, oversight

omitting [adjective]

means "overlooking"
discarding, repudiating, disregarding, leaving out, withholding, passing over

out [object]

means "property"
lacking, missing, wanting, without

out-of-doors [object]

means "outdoors"
out, without

outdoors [object]

means "outdoor"
out, outside, without

outright [object]

means "entirely"
totally, without reservation, utterly, completely, absolutely, wholly

parching [adjective]

means "drying"
searing, withering, burning

part [verb]

means "action"
depart, withdraw, die, go, leave, pass away

postpone [verb]

means "suspend"
delay, intermit, hold up, withhold, defer, hold off

privacy [noun]

means "retirement"
solitude, seclusion, retreat, withdrawal, departure, recession

pull [verb]

means "action"
withdraw, uproot

pull away [verb]

means "depart"
leave, go, detach, withdraw, retire, disconnect

quit [verb]

means "leave"
depart from, vacate, go, withdraw from

recall [verb]

means "retract"
revoke, recant, repeal, rescind, withdraw, countermand

recall [noun]

means "retraction"
revocation, repeal, nullification, withdrawal

recant [verb]

means "retract"
revoke, recall, repeal, rescind, withdraw, countermand

recession [noun]

means "going back"
withdrawal, regression, reversal, respite, retreat, receding

refrain [verb]

means "abstain"
cease, restrain, desist, withhold, forbear, keep

refuse [verb]

means "action"
reject, decline, withdraw, deny, spurn, rebuff

relentlessly [object]

means "in cold blood"
deliberately, cruelly, willfully, with malice aforethought

removal [noun]

means "taking off"
extraction, withdrawal

repel [verb]

means "resist"
oppose, repulse, rebuff, withstand, ward off, confront

repudiate [verb]

means "disown"
disclaim, disallow, refuse, keep back, deny, withhold

repulse [verb]

means "resist"
oppose, repel, rebuff, withstand, ward off, confront

reserved [adjective]

means "saved"
preserved, conserved, withheld, funded

resist [verb]

means "action"
repel, oppose, repulse, rebuff, withstand, ward off

retain [verb]

means "keep"
hold, detain, maintain, preserve, reserve, withhold

retention [noun]

means "holding"
hold, detention, charge, safekeeping, captivity, withholding

retirement [noun]

means "retreat"
solitude, seclusion, privacy, withdrawal, departure, recession

retreat [noun]

means "retirement"
solitude, seclusion, privacy, withdrawal, departure, recession

revocation [noun]

means "retraction"
recall, repeal, nullification, withdrawal

right away [object]

means "immediately"
instantly, now, at once, directly, without delay

searing [adjective]

means "drying"
parching, withering, burning

seclusion [noun]

means "retirement"
retreat, withdrawal, solitude, privacy, sequestration, aloofness

shrink [verb]

means "shrivel"
wither

shrink [verb]

means "cringe"
recoil, withdraw, shudder, wince, flinch, demur

spare [verb]

means "action"
withhold, refrain from, omit, forbear

stand [verb]

means "conflict"
oppose, resist, confront, compete, withstand, face

stand-offish [adjective]

means "aloof"
unsociable, snooty, distant, reserved, cool, withdrawn

standoffish [adjective]

means "aloof"
unsociable, snooty, distant, reserved, cool, withdrawn

stop [verb]

means "action"
withdraw, relinquish

strip [verb]

means "activity"
deprive, bankrupt, dispossess, withhold, divest, dismantle

suspend [verb]

means "postpone"
delay, intermit, hold up, withhold, defer, hold off

swab [verb]

means "wipe"
evaporate, soak up, wither, dry, drain, bake

take away [verb]

means "separate"
distil, withdrawn, draw away, fractionate, remove, abstract

timid [adjective]

means "character trait"
shy, withdrawn, modest, humble, reticent

uncommunicative [adjective]

means "unsociable"
unfriendly, aloof, distant, withdrawn, reserved

vacate [verb]

means "go"
desert, abandon, leave, depart from, withdraw from, escape from

wilfully [object]

means "relentlessly"
deliberately, cruelly, in cold blood, with malice aforethought

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