Antonyms

1. out-of-bounds

adjective. outside the foul lines.

Antonyms

  • free

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2. out-of-bounds

adjective. barred to a designated group.

Synonyms

  • off-limits

Antonyms

  • unclassified
  • unconfined

3. out-of-town

adjective. happening in or being of another town or city.

Antonyms

  • near

4. one-fourth

noun. one of four equal parts.

Synonyms

  • twenty-five percent
  • fourth part
  • fourth
  • quartern
  • common fraction
  • quarter
  • simple fraction

Antonyms

  • front
  • multiply

5. fourth

adjective. ['ˈfɔrθ'] coming next after the third and just before the fifth in position or time or degree or magnitude.

Synonyms

  • 4th
  • quaternary

Antonyms

  • front
  • multiply
  • single

6. fourth

adverb. ['ˈfɔrθ'] in the fourth place.

Antonyms

  • open interval

7. fourth

noun. ['ˈfɔrθ'] following the third position; number four in a countable series.

Antonyms

  • lxxv

8. fourth

noun. ['ˈfɔrθ'] the musical interval between one note and another four notes away from it.

Synonyms

  • interval

Antonyms

  • downgrade
  • incomplete

9. fourth

noun. ['ˈfɔrθ'] one of four equal parts.

Synonyms

  • twenty-five percent
  • fourth part
  • quartern
  • one-fourth
  • common fraction
  • quarter
  • simple fraction

Antonyms

  • sterile
  • scarce
  • inoffensive
  • 53

10. July

noun. the month following June and preceding August.

Synonyms

  • July 4
  • Bastille Day
  • Gregorian calendar
  • Fourth of July
  • New Style calendar
  • July 1
  • 14 July
  • Dominion Day
  • Independence Day
  • Gregorian calendar month

Etymology

  • iulius (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • julie (Anglo-Norman)
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