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1. appeal

noun. ['əˈpiːl'] (law) a legal proceeding in which the appellant resorts to a higher court for the purpose of obtaining a review of a lower court decision and a reversal of the lower court's judgment or the granting of a new trial.

Synonyms

  • proceeding
  • legal proceeding

Antonyms

  • unspell
  • disenchant
  • displease

Etymology

  • apeler (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • appello (Latin)

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Rhymes with Appeal Board

  • unexplored
  • underscored
  • prerecord
  • untoward
  • mountford
  • montford
  • explored
  • restored
  • outscored
  • implored
  • deplored
  • axford
  • verwoerd
  • shavord
  • reward
  • revord
  • record
  • reboard
  • mccord
  • mainord
  • laborde
  • ignored
  • dubord
  • deborde
  • debord
  • beauford
  • alvord
  • abhorred
  • sward
  • stored

2. appeal

noun. ['əˈpiːl'] earnest or urgent request.

Synonyms

  • demagogy
  • adjuration
  • suit
  • courtship
  • prayer
  • entreaty
  • demagoguery
  • asking
  • supplication
  • solicitation
  • request
  • plea
  • courting

Antonyms

  • nonreligious person
  • forfeit
  • curse
  • bless

Etymology

  • apeler (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • appello (Latin)

3. appeal

noun. ['əˈpiːl'] attractiveness that interests or pleases or stimulates.

Synonyms

  • charm
  • winsomeness
  • siren song
  • siren call
  • appealingness

Antonyms

  • bore
  • consciousness
  • get off
  • detach

Etymology

  • apeler (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • appello (Latin)

4. appeal

verb. ['əˈpiːl'] take a court case to a higher court for review.

Antonyms

  • acidify

Etymology

  • apeler (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • appello (Latin)

5. appeal

verb. ['əˈpiːl'] request earnestly (something from somebody); ask for aid or protection.

Synonyms

  • call for
  • plead
  • bespeak
  • quest
  • turn
  • request
  • call on

Antonyms

  • heat
  • relax
  • tense
  • boil

Etymology

  • apeler (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • appello (Latin)

6. board

noun. ['ˈbɔrd'] a committee having supervisory powers.

Synonyms

  • zoning board
  • advisory board
  • commission
  • board member
  • draft board
  • appeals board
  • Federal Reserve Board
  • governing board
  • director
  • board of directors
  • appeal board
  • committee
  • directorate
  • board of education
  • planning board
  • board of appeals
  • school board

Antonyms

  • unplug
  • detach
  • discharge
  • end

Etymology

  • bord (Middle English (1100-1500))

7. board

noun. ['ˈbɔrd'] a stout length of sawn timber; made in a wide variety of sizes and used for many purposes.

Synonyms

  • strake
  • chipboard
  • skid
  • matchboard
  • hardboard
  • wale
  • plank
  • deal
  • knot
  • timber
  • knothole

Antonyms

  • leave office
  • drop out
  • repel
  • unhitch

Etymology

  • bord (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. board

noun. ['ˈbɔrd'] a flat piece of material designed for a special purpose.

Synonyms

  • work-board
  • pallet
  • breadboard
  • hawk
  • mortarboard
  • aquaplane
  • ironing board
  • wallboard
  • bulletin board
  • planchette
  • floor board
  • trencher
  • drainboard
  • sheet
  • bread board
  • workboard
  • draining board
  • surfboard
  • notice board
  • drafting board
  • flat solid
  • palette
  • dry wall
  • springboard
  • kneeler
  • snowboard
  • chopping board
  • skateboard
  • sideboard
  • drawing board
  • scoreboard
  • wake board
  • floorboard
  • drywall
  • wakeboard

Antonyms

  • natural object
  • uncover
  • finish
  • nonmember

Etymology

  • bord (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. board

verb. ['ˈbɔrd'] get on board of (trains, buses, ships, aircraft, etc.).

Synonyms

  • get on
  • go into
  • come in
  • enter
  • go in
  • move into
  • catch
  • embark
  • get into
  • entrain
  • ship

Antonyms

  • get off
  • disembark
  • block
  • recall

Etymology

  • bord (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. board

verb. ['ˈbɔrd'] live and take one's meals at or in.

Synonyms

  • populate
  • inhabit
  • room
  • dwell

Antonyms

  • demand
  • deny
  • withdraw
  • borrow

Etymology

  • bord (Middle English (1100-1500))
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