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1. create

verb. ['kriːˈeɪt'] make or cause to be or to become.

Synonyms

  • establish
  • clear
  • create from raw material
  • institute
  • start
  • make for
  • beat
  • beget
  • elicit
  • choreograph
  • organise
  • enkindle
  • create mentally
  • substantiate
  • offset
  • bring forth
  • reproduce
  • bring about
  • play
  • direct
  • derive
  • distil
  • tack together
  • set up
  • multiply
  • suds
  • raise
  • blast
  • prepare
  • produce
  • create from raw stuff
  • fire
  • invoke
  • recreate
  • regenerate
  • father
  • generate
  • sire
  • provoke
  • give rise
  • distill
  • form
  • conjure
  • actualize
  • write
  • manufacture
  • scrape
  • stir
  • put on
  • puncture
  • bring up
  • copy
  • track
  • originate
  • wreak
  • call forth
  • turn in
  • actualise
  • conjure up
  • put together
  • give
  • lay down
  • tack
  • twine
  • put forward
  • mother
  • arouse
  • educe
  • short
  • style
  • extract
  • spume
  • incorporate
  • shell
  • press
  • yield
  • cut
  • strike
  • realize
  • kindle
  • bring
  • compose
  • cleave
  • film-make
  • create verbally
  • assemble
  • initiate
  • short-circuit
  • piece
  • organize
  • re-create
  • work
  • froth
  • turn out
  • build
  • bear
  • evoke
  • film
  • call down
  • grind
  • get
  • do
  • chop
  • engender
  • realise
  • make
  • create by mental act
  • cause
  • construct

Antonyms

  • negate
  • disprove
  • affirm
  • close

Etymology

  • createn (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • creatus (Latin)

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Rhymes with Create By Mental Act

  • counterattacked
  • transact
  • subtract
  • protract
  • overreact
  • inexact
  • extract
  • distract
  • contract
  • abstract
  • retract
  • reenact
  • medfact
  • diffract
  • detract
  • compact
  • unpacked
  • repacked
  • redact
  • interact
  • intact
  • impact
  • exact
  • attract
  • whacked
  • tract
  • tracked
  • tracht
  • stacked
  • snacked

2. create

verb. ['kriːˈeɪt'] bring into existence.

Synonyms

  • reinvent
  • carve out

Antonyms

  • opacity
  • opaque
  • clutter

Etymology

  • createn (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • creatus (Latin)

3. mental

adjective. ['ˈmɛntəl'] involving the mind or an intellectual process.

Synonyms

  • psychical
  • intellectual
  • noetic
  • psychological
  • psychogenic
  • psychic
  • rational

Antonyms

  • unchaste
  • immorality
  • immoral
  • dishonorable

Etymology

  • mental (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • mentalis (Latin)

4. create

verb. ['kriːˈeɪt'] pursue a creative activity; be engaged in a creative activity.

Synonyms

  • act
  • paint
  • move
  • build

Antonyms

  • forbid
  • invalidate
  • disapprove
  • disallow

Etymology

  • createn (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • creatus (Latin)

5. act

noun. ['ˈækt'] a legal document codifying the result of deliberations of a committee or society or legislative body.

Synonyms

  • official document
  • decree
  • instrument
  • enactment
  • edict
  • rescript
  • legal instrument
  • order
  • nullity
  • fiat
  • legislative act
  • statute

Antonyms

  • finish
  • ending
  • middle
  • death

Etymology

  • acte (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • acta (Latin)

6. act

verb. ['ˈækt'] perform an action, or work out or perform (an action).

Synonyms

  • dally
  • grapple
  • reciprocate
  • presume
  • dispatch
  • set about
  • start
  • hold off
  • acquit
  • seek
  • assay
  • disturb
  • alternate
  • move
  • reward
  • come to the fore
  • deign
  • put on airs
  • come forward
  • dare
  • play
  • deport
  • festinate
  • proceed
  • queen it over
  • take part
  • stoop
  • romance
  • step up
  • cope
  • finish
  • toy
  • condescend
  • egotrip
  • comport
  • guard
  • hasten
  • stampede
  • go ahead
  • behave
  • partner
  • misconduct
  • look sharp
  • interact
  • hold back
  • go on
  • offer
  • effect
  • create
  • deal
  • attempt
  • take turns
  • antagonize
  • go about
  • rush
  • pull
  • fetch up
  • step forward
  • get by
  • volunteer
  • go
  • act on
  • commit
  • play it by ear
  • contend
  • wait
  • court
  • act superior
  • try
  • repeat
  • foresee
  • woo
  • pay back
  • make out
  • land up
  • misdemean
  • prosecute
  • forestall
  • go along
  • go off half-cocked
  • plow ahead
  • pursue
  • lower oneself
  • participate
  • satisfice
  • had best
  • attack
  • carry
  • antagonise
  • get around to
  • evade
  • respond
  • coact
  • wind up
  • repay
  • flirt
  • rampage
  • interrupt
  • counter
  • take time by the forelock
  • make sure
  • surprise
  • lord it over
  • come close
  • engage
  • react
  • sneak
  • descend
  • manoeuvre
  • manage
  • solicit
  • exert
  • aggress
  • take
  • approach
  • use
  • manoeuver
  • maneuver
  • end up
  • make do
  • finish up
  • hurry
  • conduct
  • force
  • perform
  • step to the fore
  • take care
  • do well
  • satisfise
  • counteract
  • keep
  • essay
  • oppose
  • bear
  • come out
  • misbehave
  • go off at half-cock
  • perpetrate
  • make bold
  • anticipate
  • race
  • begin
  • continue
  • take over
  • make a point

Antonyms

  • discontinue
  • refrain
  • buy
  • dishonor

Etymology

  • acte (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • acta (Latin)

7. act

noun. ['ˈækt'] something that people do or cause to happen.

Synonyms

  • effectuation
  • disinterment
  • departure
  • motivating
  • disposal
  • exhumation
  • going
  • disposition
  • digging up
  • equalisation
  • sacrifice
  • touching
  • inactivity
  • getting
  • speech act
  • communicating
  • mitsvah
  • judgement
  • stay
  • touch
  • residency
  • wearing
  • legitimation
  • equalization
  • interference
  • stoppage
  • event
  • production
  • acquiring
  • running away
  • forfeiture
  • waste
  • causation
  • delivery
  • residence
  • human action
  • nonachievement
  • derivation
  • mitzvah
  • motivation
  • group action
  • obstetrical delivery
  • hindrance
  • hinderance
  • leaving
  • distribution
  • promulgation
  • rejection
  • judgment
  • egress
  • retrieval
  • assessment
  • implementation
  • leveling
  • hire
  • actuation
  • permissive waste
  • uncovering
  • emergence
  • going away
  • activity
  • communication
  • action
  • discovery
  • propulsion
  • wear
  • causing
  • proclamation
  • leaning
  • find
  • nonaccomplishment
  • forfeit
  • egression
  • assumption
  • stop
  • human activity
  • deed
  • abidance

Antonyms

  • inactivity
  • stand still
  • end
  • avoid

Etymology

  • acte (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • acta (Latin)

8. act

verb. ['ˈækt'] behave in a certain manner; show a certain behavior; conduct or comport oneself.

Synonyms

  • dally
  • quack
  • menace
  • relax
  • toy
  • presume
  • storm
  • vulgarize
  • loosen up
  • behave
  • sentimentalize
  • rage
  • ramp
  • dawdle
  • follow
  • footle
  • optimize
  • frivol
  • act reflexively
  • piffle
  • sauce
  • backslap
  • swagger
  • hugger mugger
  • play
  • puff up
  • pretend
  • stooge
  • bluster
  • act as
  • lose it
  • do
  • optimise
  • swell
  • swash
  • joke
  • bend over backwards
  • freeze
  • romanticize
  • wanton
  • make
  • make as if
  • dissemble
  • jest
  • trifle
  • act involuntarily
  • vulgarise
  • sentimentalise
  • bungle
  • sentimentize
  • fall over backwards
  • break down
  • sentimentise

Antonyms

  • follow
  • fall
  • ascend
  • go

Etymology

  • acte (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • acta (Latin)

9. act

noun. ['ˈækt'] a subdivision of a play or opera or ballet.

Synonyms

  • dramatic composition
  • play
  • concert dance
  • drama
  • dramatic work
  • opera
  • ballet
  • dramatic play

Antonyms

  • surrender
  • convict
  • stay in place
  • calm

Etymology

  • acte (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • acta (Latin)

10. act

verb. ['ˈækt'] play a role or part.

Synonyms

  • portray
  • make
  • act out
  • support
  • re-create
  • play
  • emote
  • reenact
  • pretend
  • enact
  • make believe
  • parody
  • act as
  • playact
  • impersonate
  • represent

Antonyms

  • arrange
  • disengage
  • wind
  • back

Etymology

  • acte (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • acta (Latin)
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