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Dictionary of English Synonyms

Vocabulary Building · English Word Power

by Manik Joshi

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500 Words and Their SynonymsSynonym is a word that has the same or nearly the same meaning as another word.Sample This:English Synonyms – A001. ABET — (meaning) to encourage somebody to do something illegalSynonyms for 'Abet' —incite / instigate / provoke002. ABEYANCE — (meaning) being stopped for a period of timeSynonyms for 'Abeyance' —dormancy / intermission / suspension003. ABILITY — (meaning) the fact that somebody is able to do somethingSynonyms for 'Ability' —aptitude / capability / competence / knack / potential / proficiency / skill / talent004. ABLAZE — (meaning) burning; on fireSynonyms for 'Ablaze' —aflame / afire / alight005. ABRASIVE — (meaning) not smoothSynonyms for 'Abrasive' —coarse / harsh / rough006. ABSENCE — (meaning) not available, present, etc.Synonyms for 'Absence' —nonexistence / nonappearance / nonattendance007. ABSTRUSE — (meaning) difficult to understandSynonyms for 'Abstruse' —arcane / complicated / convoluted / esoteric / garbled / inarticulate / incoherent / incomprehensible / indecipherable / inexplicable / intricate / obscure / rarefied / recondite / unfathomable / unintelligible / unplumbed008. ABUSE — (meaning) unfair or cruel treatmentSynonyms for 'Abuse' —brutality / cruelty / exploitation / ill-treatment / maltreatment / mistreatment / misuse / spitefulness / viciousness009. ABYSS — (meaning) a very deep crack in the groundSynonyms for 'Abyss' —chasm / gulf010. ACCEDE — (meaning) to agree to a demand, request, proposal, etc.Synonyms for 'Accede' —acquiesce / approve / assent / commend / comply / endorse / grant / permission / ratify / sanction011. ACCENTUATE — (meaning) to make something more noticeableSynonyms for 'Accentuate' —emphasize / highlight / underline / underscore012. ACCLIMATIZE — (meaning) to get used to new situationSynonyms for 'Acclimatize' —adapt / adjust013. ACCOMPLISH — (meaning) to succeed in getting somethingSynonyms for 'Accomplish' —attain / conquer / manage014. ACCOST — (meaning) to come near to somebody/somethingSynonyms for 'Accost' —advance / approach / confront015. ACCREDITED — (meaning) officially recognizedSynonyms for 'Accredited' —certified / endorsed / licensed016. ACCRUAL — (meaning) increase in something over a period of timeSynonyms for 'Accrual' —accretion / addition / amassing / buildup / gathering017. ACCUSE — (meaning) to say somebody is guilty of somethingSynonyms for 'Accuse' —arraign / blame / charge / impeach / indict / prosecute018. ACQUIT — (meaning) to say officially that somebody is not guilty for a crimeSynonyms for 'Acquit' —absolve / exculpate / exonerate019. ADMIRATION — (meaning) praise or approvalSynonyms for 'Admiration' —acclaim / accolade / applause / approbation / commendation / ovation020. ADMIRING — (meaning) behavior that shows that you respect somebody/somethingSynonyms for 'Admiring' —chivalrous / considerate / courteous / deferential / gracious / respectful / reverent / reverential021. ADROIT — (meaning) skillful and accurateSynonyms for 'Adroit' —agile / deft / dexterous / natty / nifty / nimble / swift022. ALARMING — (meaning) causing feeling of fear and worrySynonyms for 'Alarming' —baffling / bewildering / confounding / disconcerting / disquieting / distressing / perplexing / puzzling / tormenting / upsetting / worrying

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Manik Joshi
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Smashwords Edition
Publication Date:
2014
Series:
English Word Power

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Manik Joshi (Author)

Manik Joshi was born on Jan 26, 1979 at Ranikhet and is permanent resident of Haldwani, Kumaon zone of India. He is an internet marketer by profession. He is interested in domaining (business of buying and selling domain names), web designing (cre...

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