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1. service

noun. ['ˈsɝːvəs, ˈsɝːvɪs'] work done by one person or group that benefits another.

Synonyms

  • facility
  • national service
  • work
  • utility

Antonyms

  • fail
  • forbid
  • criminalize
  • refuse

Etymology

  • servise (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • servitium (Latin)

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Rhymes with Church Service

  • foodservice
  • reservists
  • serviss
  • servis
  • purvis
  • mervis
  • jervis

Sentences with church-service


1. Noun Phrase
Plan on attending a Palm Sunday church service.

2. service

noun. ['ˈsɝːvəs, ˈsɝːvɪs'] an act of help or assistance.

Synonyms

  • community service
  • childcare
  • aid
  • helpdesk
  • public service
  • help desk
  • assist
  • child care
  • seating
  • assistance

Antonyms

  • disunion
  • separation
  • endogamy
  • exogamy

Etymology

  • servise (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • servitium (Latin)

3. service

noun. ['ˈsɝːvəs, ˈsɝːvɪs'] the act of public worship following prescribed rules.

Synonyms

  • religious ceremony
  • religious service
  • church service
  • invocation
  • committal service
  • prayer meeting
  • devotional
  • none
  • watch night
  • divine service
  • supplication
  • church
  • vesper
  • chapel service
  • religious ritual
  • chapel

Antonyms

  • disassortative mating
  • assortative mating
  • detribalisation
  • detribalization

Etymology

  • servise (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • servitium (Latin)

4. service

noun. ['ˈsɝːvəs, ˈsɝːvɪs'] a company or agency that performs a public service; subject to government regulation.

Synonyms

  • public utility company
  • company
  • public utility
  • utility

Antonyms

  • stay in place
  • integrate
  • stay
  • disengage

Etymology

  • servise (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • servitium (Latin)

5. service

verb. ['ˈsɝːvəs, ˈsɝːvɪs'] be used by; as of a utility.

Synonyms

  • run
  • operate
  • work
  • go
  • function

Antonyms

  • survive
  • function
  • enter
  • come

Etymology

  • servise (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • servitium (Latin)

6. service

noun. ['ˈsɝːvəs, ˈsɝːvɪs'] employment in or work for another.

Synonyms

  • employment

Antonyms

  • take
  • fall short of

Etymology

  • servise (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • servitium (Latin)

7. service

noun. ['ˈsɝːvəs, ˈsɝːvɪs'] a force that is a branch of the armed forces.

Synonyms

  • force
  • military force
  • personnel
  • regular army
  • airforce
  • armed service
  • coastguard
  • Marines
  • ground forces
  • naval forces
  • navy
  • military service
  • air force
  • military group
  • army

Antonyms

  • descend
  • linger
  • recede
  • ride

Etymology

  • servise (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • servitium (Latin)

8. church

noun. ['ˈtʃɝːtʃ'] one of the groups of Christians who have their own beliefs and forms of worship.

Synonyms

  • Catholic Church
  • Armenian Church
  • Protestant Church
  • Christianity
  • Coptic Church
  • Nestorian Church
  • Christendom
  • religion
  • Christian
  • Unification Church
  • organized religion
  • Protestant
  • faith
  • Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Church

Antonyms

  • artifact
  • thinness
  • breakableness
  • solidity

Etymology

  • chirche (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • cirice (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. church

noun. ['ˈtʃɝːtʃ'] a place for public (especially Christian) worship.

Synonyms

  • presbytery
  • church building
  • transept
  • apsis
  • side chapel
  • rood screen
  • kirk
  • amen corner
  • chancel
  • house of worship
  • duomo
  • church tower
  • abbey
  • nave
  • sanctuary
  • apse
  • sacristy
  • lady chapel
  • basilica
  • bema
  • house of prayer
  • cathedral
  • house of God
  • place of worship
  • vestry

Antonyms

  • Anglican
  • Nonconformist
  • disservice
  • malfunction

Etymology

  • chirche (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • cirice (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. church

noun. ['ˈtʃɝːtʃ'] a service conducted in a house of worship.

Synonyms

  • church service
  • divine service
  • service

Antonyms

  • unbelief
  • apophatism
  • doctrine of analogy
  • cataphatism

Etymology

  • chirche (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • cirice (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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