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1. action

noun. ['ˈækʃən'] something done (usually as opposed to something said).

Synonyms

  • choice
  • civility
  • taking
  • prohibition
  • reference
  • vampirism
  • selection
  • achievement
  • transgression
  • pickings
  • thing
  • carrying into action
  • accenting
  • application
  • bruxism
  • human action
  • stupefaction
  • accomplishment
  • alienation
  • engagement
  • act
  • destabilisation
  • saving
  • destabilization
  • execution
  • change
  • course
  • fetch
  • consultation
  • swordplay
  • aggression
  • option
  • arrival
  • play
  • pick
  • reverence
  • jump-start
  • hostility
  • course of action
  • economy
  • transfusion
  • forbiddance
  • interaction
  • benignity
  • playing
  • politeness
  • inhibition
  • human activity
  • resistance
  • opposition
  • accentuation
  • kindness
  • jumpstart
  • deed
  • performance
  • carrying out
  • res gestae
  • employment
  • beatification

Antonyms

  • stabilization
  • disappearance
  • activity
  • active

Etymology

  • accion (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • action (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

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Words that Rhyme with Group Action

  • dissatisfaction
  • satisfaction
  • liquefaction
  • transaction
  • subtraction
  • extraction
  • distraction
  • contraction
  • abstraction
  • retraction
  • infraction
  • diffraction
  • classaction
  • telaction
  • interaction
  • exaction
  • attraction
  • traction
  • reaction
  • inaction
  • fraction
  • faction

2. action

noun. ['ˈækʃən'] a military engagement.

Synonyms

  • EW
  • sortie
  • police action
  • battle
  • encirclement
  • engagement
  • sally
  • saber rattling
  • defense
  • defence
  • warfare
  • group action
  • defensive measure
  • conflict
  • amphibious landing
  • military action
  • resistance
  • blockade
  • electronic warfare
  • sabre rattling
  • fight

Antonyms

  • hold
  • engage
  • requisition
  • confine

Etymology

  • accion (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • action (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

3. action

noun. ['ˈækʃən'] the state of being active.

Synonyms

  • swing
  • eruption
  • state
  • behaviour
  • eructation
  • behavior
  • operation
  • play
  • activity
  • agency
  • overdrive
  • extravasation
  • hum
  • active
  • activeness

Antonyms

  • inactivity
  • inactiveness
  • inaction
  • disunion

Etymology

  • accion (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • action (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

4. action

noun. ['ˈækʃən'] a process existing in or produced by nature (rather than by the intent of human beings).

Synonyms

  • materialization
  • sorption
  • rigidifying
  • pair creation
  • natural action
  • selection
  • oxygenation
  • extinction
  • curing
  • opacification
  • dielectrolysis
  • release
  • softening
  • magnetisation
  • chemical change
  • process
  • pair production
  • fossilization
  • coagulation
  • desorption
  • distillation
  • filtration
  • materialisation
  • magnetic induction
  • natural selection
  • stiffening
  • chemical process
  • stimulation
  • antiredeposition
  • concretion
  • physical process
  • diffusion
  • set
  • rigidification
  • acidification
  • geologic process
  • inactivation
  • chromatography
  • drift
  • demagnetization
  • geological process
  • curdling
  • ion exchange
  • synergy
  • phase change
  • leach
  • phase transition
  • natural process
  • ecesis
  • precession of the equinoxes
  • decay
  • centrifugation
  • succession
  • ionisation
  • leaching
  • transpiration
  • state change
  • survival of the fittest
  • vitrification
  • oscillation
  • solidification
  • soak
  • soaking
  • ionophoresis
  • aeration
  • effervescence
  • condensation
  • sericulture
  • electrophoresis
  • disintegration
  • cataphoresis
  • physical change
  • scattering
  • synergism
  • nuclear reaction
  • survival
  • absorption
  • soakage
  • ecological succession
  • fossilisation
  • clotting
  • source
  • activity
  • distillment
  • magnetization
  • hardening
  • flocculation
  • radiation
  • formation
  • chemical action
  • temperature change
  • establishment
  • sink
  • solidifying
  • ionization
  • transduction
  • demagnetisation
  • pair formation
  • dissolution
  • capture
  • saltation
  • flow
  • feedback
  • adiabatic process
  • extraction

Antonyms

  • sink
  • source
  • ride
  • inactivation

Etymology

  • accion (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • action (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

5. action

noun. ['ˈækʃən'] the operating part that transmits power to a mechanism.

Synonyms

  • keyboard
  • movement
  • gunlock
  • slide action
  • key
  • action mechanism
  • piano action
  • gun
  • pump action
  • firing mechanism

Antonyms

  • evolution
  • increment
  • irreversible process
  • reversible process

Etymology

  • accion (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • action (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

6. action

noun. ['ˈækʃən'] a judicial proceeding brought by one party against another; one party prosecutes another for a wrong done or for protection of a right or for prevention of a wrong.

Synonyms

  • counterclaim
  • custody case
  • lis pendens
  • legal action
  • criminal prosecution
  • prosecution
  • proceedings
  • proceeding
  • test case
  • antitrust case
  • test suit
  • legal proceeding
  • civil action

Antonyms

  • spell
  • birth
  • block
  • recall

Etymology

  • accion (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • action (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

7. group

noun. ['ˈgruːp'] any number of entities (members) considered as a unit.

Synonyms

  • halogen
  • scheme
  • citizenry
  • edition
  • human race
  • mass
  • social group
  • multitude
  • human beings
  • community
  • collection
  • arrangement
  • lanthanide
  • actinide
  • circuit
  • subgroup
  • kingdom
  • sainthood
  • varna
  • world
  • biotic community
  • actinon
  • ethnos
  • abstract entity
  • humanity
  • biological group
  • straggle
  • population
  • rare earth
  • humankind
  • man
  • people
  • accumulation
  • masses
  • system
  • association
  • lanthanoid
  • series
  • race
  • cloud
  • the great unwashed
  • mankind
  • grouping
  • ethnic group
  • rare-earth element
  • lanthanon
  • abstraction
  • electron shell
  • humans
  • assemblage
  • swarm
  • actinoid
  • hoi polloi

Antonyms

  • flora
  • defense
  • prosecution
  • truth

Etymology

  • groupe (French)
  • gruppo (Italian)

8. group

verb. ['ˈgruːp'] arrange into a group or groups.

Synonyms

  • classify
  • regroup
  • sort out
  • chunk
  • bracket
  • class
  • collocate
  • assort
  • batch
  • sort
  • separate

Antonyms

  • human
  • nonhuman
  • inhumaneness
  • gather

Etymology

  • groupe (French)
  • gruppo (Italian)

9. group

noun. ['ˈgruːp'] (chemistry) two or more atoms bound together as a single unit and forming part of a molecule.

Synonyms

  • arsenic group
  • nitrite
  • molecule
  • cyanide group
  • vinyl
  • benzyl group
  • ketone group
  • methylene group
  • aldehyde radical
  • aldehyde group
  • allyl radical
  • propyl group
  • glyceryl
  • uranyl
  • carbonyl group
  • radical
  • cyanide radical
  • vinyl group
  • methylene radical
  • benzyl radical
  • azido radical
  • hydrazo radical
  • azo radical
  • butyl
  • cacodyl radical
  • uranyl group
  • hydroxyl radical
  • allyl group
  • methylene
  • acyl
  • alkyl radical
  • uranyl radical
  • benzyl
  • vinyl radical
  • acyl group
  • alcohol group
  • hydrazo group
  • alkyl group
  • building block
  • azido group
  • benzoyl group
  • propyl radical
  • cyano group
  • alcohol radical
  • chromophore
  • azo group
  • allyl
  • carboxyl group
  • amino group
  • amino
  • benzoyl radical
  • carboxyl
  • hydroxyl
  • chemical group
  • unit
  • cacodyl group
  • nitro group
  • cacodyl
  • propyl
  • hydroxyl group
  • amyl
  • cyano radical

Antonyms

  • open circuit
  • closed circuit
  • stay in place
  • artifact

Etymology

  • groupe (French)
  • gruppo (Italian)

10. group

verb. ['ˈgruːp'] form a group or group together.

Synonyms

  • gang
  • pool
  • brigade
  • embed
  • gang up
  • team up
  • gather
  • aggroup
  • foregather
  • meet
  • team
  • assemble

Antonyms

  • juvenile
  • woman
  • draftee
  • volunteer

Etymology

  • groupe (French)
  • gruppo (Italian)
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