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Open

Definitions of ‘open’ open (adjective) Synonyms: accessible, clear, unobstructed, unrestricted, ajar, unlocked, extended, expanded, spread, gaping, yawning, unfolded, dehiscent, frank, […]

Dictionary January 14, 2024 January 14, 2024 accessible, adjective, ajar, begin, bounteous, candid, clear, clement, commence, controvertible, debatable, dehisce, dehiscent, disclose, disengaged, evolve, expand, expanded, extended, frank, free, gaping, generous, guileless, ingenuous, liberal, manifest, mild, open-handed, overt, patent, reveal, revealed, spread, unappropriated, unclose, undecided, undetermined, undisguised, unemployed, unfasten, unfold, unfolded, unlock, unlocked, unobstructed, unreserved, unrestricted, unsettled, verb, yawning
Loose

Definitions of ‘loose’ loose (adjective) Synonyms: unbound, disengaged, movable, unfastened, unrestrained, detached, relaxed, incompact, porous loose (verb) Synonyms: release, disengage, […]

Dictionary December 3, 2023 December 3, 2023 absolve, adjective, detached, disengage, disengaged, disentangle, free, incompact, liberate, loosen, movable, porous, relax, relaxed, release, remit, slacken, unbound, unfastened, unrestrained, verb
Liberate

Definitions of ‘liberate’ liberate (verb) See free

Dictionary November 28, 2023 November 28, 2023 free, verb
Lavish

Definitions of ‘lavish’ lavish (adjective) Synonyms: profuse, prodigal, free, unstinted, superabundant, immoderate, excessive, exuberant lavish (verb) Synonyms: spend lavishly, bestow […]

Dictionary November 24, 2023 November 24, 2023 adjective, bestow with profusion, excessive, exuberant, free, immoderate, prodigal, profuse, spend lavishly, superabundant, unstinted, verb
Gratuitous

Definitions of ‘gratuitous’ gratuitous (adjective) Synonyms: spontaneous, free, voluntary, unrepaid, unrequited, uncalled for, unwarranted, unfounded

Dictionary October 6, 2023 October 6, 2023 adjective, free, spontaneous, uncalled for, unfounded, unrepaid, unrequited, unwarranted, voluntary
Flush

Definitions of ‘flush’ flush (noun) Synonyms: blush, glow, thrill, rosiness, redness flush (adjective) Synonyms: liberal, prodigal, free, lavish, even, plane, […]

Dictionary September 13, 2023 September 13, 2023 adjective, affluent, blush, even, exuberant, fecund, flat, free, glow, lavish, level, liberal, noun, plane, prodigal, prolific, redness, rosiness, thrill
Empty

Definitions of ’empty’ empty (adjective) Synonyms: depleted, vacant, inane, unoccupied, void, vacant, unfilled, tenantless, blank, evacuated, free, devoid of, lacking, […]

Dictionary August 17, 2023 August 17, 2023 adjective, blank, deflate, deflated, delusive, deplete, depleted, destitute, devoid of, disembogue, evacuate, evacuated, exhaust, free, hollow, inane, lacking, senseless, tenantless, unburden, unfilled, unload, unoccupied, unreal, unsatisfying, vacant, vain, verb, void
Discharge

Definitions of ‘discharge’ discharge (verb) Synonyms: absolve, acquit, exculpate, release, exonerate, free, dismiss, cashier, remove, excrete, exude, void, eject, emit, […]

Dictionary July 29, 2023 July 29, 2023 abrogate, absolve, acquit, acquittance, annul, blast, burst, cancel, cashier, dismiss, dismissal, eject, ejection, emission, emit, excrete, excretion voiding, exculpate, exonerate, exoneration, expel, exudation, exude, fire, firing, free, fulfill, fulfillment, fusillade, invalidate, liquidate, liquidation, noun, observance, pay, payment evacuation, perform, performance, quietus, quittance, release, remove, rescind, salvo, shoot, verb, void, volley

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