||again (gn) adverb
Once more; one more time; another time.
|Rhymes: ||men, pen, then, when, wren, yen, bane, cane, chain, crane, drain, feign, grain, main, pain, plane, rain, reign, rein, slain, sprain, stain, strain|
|Synonyms: ||around, when, round, once more, repeatedly, over, then, additionally|
|Antonyms: ||continuously, uniformly, uninterrupted, once|
||believe (blv) verb
To feel or believe that something is true or real.
|Rhymes: ||cleave, eve, grieve, leave, sleeve, weave, bereave, conceive, deceive, naive, perceive, receive, relieve, misconceive|
|Synonyms: ||presume, think, accept, buy, gather, expect|
|Antonyms: ||disbelieve, doubt, know, misbelieve|
||dinner (dnûr) noun
The main meal of the day that is usually eaten in the evening.
|Rhymes: ||inner, printer, thinner, winner|
||drink (drngk) noun,verb
To take liquid into your mouth and swallow it.
|Rhymes: ||blink, brink, clink, ink, link, shrink, sink, think, wink, zinc|
|Synonyms: ||gulp, guzzle, down, liquor, quaff, imbibe, sip, swallow, toast|
|Antonyms: ||disgorge, replenish, pour|
||open (ohpn) noun,verb,adjective
1. Not closed or shut, so that people or things can go in and out.
2. Plenty of space that is clear of trees or structures.
3. The time during which a store is available for you to come and shop.
|Synonyms: ||ajar, public, unfastened, disclose, uncovered, initiate, show, prone, originate, uncover, patent, establish, bare, reveal, begin, unfold, start, unlocked, expose, launch|
|Antonyms: ||close, closed, stop, sealed, conceal, cluttered, definite|
||shy (sh) noun,verb,adjective
1. Someone who is not comfortable around people he or she does not know.
2. To be easily embarrassed.
|Rhymes: ||buy, die, dye, eye, high, lie, pie, rye, thigh, ally, apply, belie, comply, decry, goodbye, nearby, rely, reply, standby, supply, untie, underlie|
|Synonyms: ||unassured, modest, diffident, demure, afraid, bashful, backward, reserved, lacking, averse, timid, short, meek, missing, coy|
|Antonyms: ||bold, confident, brazenfaced, audacious, fearless, trustful, obtrusive|
||slow (sloh) verb,adjective,adverb
1. Someone or something that does not move very quickly.
2. A clock whose time is behind the correct time.
3. To reduce the speed of something.
|Rhymes: ||beau, blow, bow, crow, dough, flow, glow, go, know, low, no, owe, row, sew, show, snow, so, sow, though, throw, toe, tow, whoa, although, below, bestow, chateau|
|Synonyms: ||imbecile, gradual, simple, leisurely, dilatory, laggard, moderate, plodding, sluggish, reduce, decrease|
|Antonyms: ||fast, active, quick, rapid, interesting, alert, smart|
||stand (stnd) noun,verb
To be in an upright position on your feet.
|Rhymes: ||and, band, bland, brand, hand, land, sand, strand, command, demand, disband, expand, offhand|
|Synonyms: ||treat, rest, blow, apply, position, endure, set, lump, arise, get up, last, rise|
|Antonyms: ||lie, recline, progress, advance, repudiate, move, sit|
||stood (std) verb
The past tense and past participle of stand.
|Rhymes: ||could, good, hood, should, wood, would|
||toad (tohd) noun
An amphibian similar to a frog that have rough dry skin and lives primarily on land.
|Rhymes: ||code, goad, load, owed, road, rode, commode, corrode, encode|