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1. party

noun. ['ˈpɑːrti'] an organization to gain political power.

Synonyms

  • labour party
  • GOP
  • American Labor Party
  • Know-Nothing Party
  • Black Panthers
  • Gironde
  • Prohibition Party
  • organisation
  • Socialist Labor Party
  • American Federalist Party
  • war party
  • Liberal Democrat Party
  • third party
  • Green Party
  • States' Rights Democratic Party
  • Opposition
  • Democratic Party
  • Whig Party
  • Republican Party
  • Nazi Party
  • political system
  • Liberal Party
  • National Socialist German Workers' Party
  • Guomindang
  • Socialist Party
  • political party
  • Farmer-Labor Party
  • organization
  • Anti-Masonic Party
  • Free Soil Party
  • Social Democratic Party
  • Kuomintang
  • Liberty Party
  • People's Party
  • Populist Party
  • Conservative Party
  • Federal Party
  • Constitutional Union Party
  • Dixiecrats
  • Progressive Party
  • labor party
  • Federalist Party
  • Democratic-Republican Party
  • Bull Moose Party
  • American Party
  • form of government
  • Greenback Party
  • Communist Party

Antonyms

  • disunion
  • nonsmoker
  • introversive
  • ambiversive

Etymology

  • partie (English)

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  • moriarty
  • mclarty
  • mcclarty
  • uriarte
  • o'smarty
  • mccarty
  • ugarte
  • smarty
  • sarti
  • parti
  • marty
  • martie
  • marti
  • hearty
  • harty
  • darty
  • carty
  • artie

2. party

noun. ['ˈpɑːrti'] a group of people gathered together for pleasure.

Synonyms

  • shindig
  • soiree
  • fete champetre
  • dinner
  • social affair
  • open house
  • housewarming
  • social
  • shindy
  • mask
  • dance
  • dinner party
  • social gathering
  • wedding
  • reunion
  • reception
  • masquerade party
  • smoker
  • mixer
  • wedding party
  • stag party
  • lawn party
  • garden party
  • sociable
  • hen party
  • shower
  • slumber party
  • masquerade

Antonyms

  • unsociable
  • show
  • uncover
  • unmask

Etymology

  • partie (English)

3. party

noun. ['ˈpɑːrti'] a band of people associated temporarily in some activity.

Synonyms

  • fatigue party
  • company
  • party to the action
  • lot
  • search party
  • war party
  • stretcher party
  • circle
  • band
  • landing party
  • rescue party
  • party to the transaction

Antonyms

  • uncongenial
  • unreasonably
  • immoderately
  • joyless

Etymology

  • partie (English)

4. party

noun. ['ˈpɑːrti'] an occasion on which people can assemble for social interaction and entertainment.

Synonyms

  • house party
  • bun-fight
  • whist drive
  • cocktail party
  • jolly
  • tea party
  • bunfight
  • dance
  • social occasion
  • social function
  • brawl
  • fete
  • do
  • function
  • bash
  • feast
  • ceilidh
  • birthday party
  • fiesta
  • occasion

Antonyms

  • finish
  • inactivity
  • ungregarious
  • unsocial

Etymology

  • partie (English)

5. free

adjective. ['ˈfriː'] able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint.

Synonyms

  • liberated
  • footloose
  • freedom
  • clear
  • available
  • self-governing
  • loose
  • atrip
  • unconstrained
  • unconfined
  • independent
  • aweigh
  • unimprisoned
  • escaped
  • on the loose
  • at large
  • uncommitted
  • unhampered
  • unbound
  • out-of-school
  • unrestrained
  • emancipated
  • autonomous
  • sovereign

Antonyms

  • restricted
  • restrained
  • dependent
  • confined
  • unfree

Etymology

  • fre (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • freo (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. soil

noun. ['ˈsɔɪl'] the state of being covered with unclean things.

Synonyms

  • grease
  • stain
  • grime
  • grunge
  • uncleanness
  • filth
  • dirtiness

Antonyms

  • approve
  • urban area
  • natural elevation
  • top

Etymology

  • soile (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • soilen (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • soyl (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • soil (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

7. soil

noun. ['ˈsɔɪl'] the part of the earth's surface consisting of humus and disintegrated rock.

Synonyms

  • gumbo soil
  • podsol soil
  • dirt
  • indurated clay
  • caliche
  • fuller's earth
  • loam
  • ground
  • boulder clay
  • mold
  • desert soil
  • silt
  • podsol
  • laterite
  • subsoil
  • earth
  • sedimentary clay
  • clunch
  • prairie soil
  • mud
  • Indian red
  • till
  • sand
  • mould
  • loess
  • residual soil
  • podzol soil
  • hardpan
  • surface soil
  • wiesenboden
  • tundra soil
  • humus
  • podsolic soil
  • gilgai soil
  • podzol
  • marl
  • clay
  • gumbo
  • bog soil
  • alluvial soil
  • desertic soil
  • bole
  • topsoil
  • regosol
  • residual clay

Antonyms

  • side
  • miss
  • best
  • embark

Etymology

  • soile (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • soilen (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • soyl (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • soil (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

8. free

verb. ['ˈfriː'] grant freedom to; free from confinement.

Synonyms

  • parole
  • loose
  • run
  • unchain
  • unloosen
  • bail out
  • unspell
  • unloose
  • bail
  • liberate

Antonyms

  • spell
  • strengthen
  • official
  • responsible

Etymology

  • fre (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • freo (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. soil

noun. ['ˈsɔɪl'] material in the top layer of the surface of the earth in which plants can grow (especially with reference to its quality or use).

Synonyms

  • turf
  • badlands
  • ploughland
  • tilth
  • tillage
  • ground
  • object
  • sod
  • polder
  • farmland
  • scablands
  • plowland
  • bottom
  • coastland
  • rangeland
  • tilled land
  • physical object
  • sward
  • bottomland
  • land
  • overburden
  • cultivated land
  • wetland
  • greensward

Antonyms

  • stay
  • unclog
  • roughen
  • uncover

Etymology

  • soile (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • soilen (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • soyl (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • soil (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

10. free

adjective. ['ˈfriː'] unconstrained or not chemically bound in a molecule or not fixed and capable of relatively unrestricted motion.

Synonyms

  • liberated

Antonyms

  • unclearness
  • unclear

Etymology

  • fre (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • freo (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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