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1. muscle

noun. ['ˈmʌsəl'] one of the contractile organs of the body.

Synonyms

  • smooth muscle
  • sphincter muscle
  • muscle cell
  • musculus
  • anatomical sphincter
  • skeletal muscle
  • ocular muscle
  • involuntary muscle
  • muscle fibre
  • sphincter
  • striated muscle
  • contractile organ
  • levator
  • antagonistic muscle
  • contractor
  • supinator
  • rectus
  • tensor
  • pronator
  • muscle fiber

Antonyms

  • medulla
  • cortex
  • lightness
  • weak part

Etymology

  • muscle (French)
  • musculus (Latin)

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Rhymes with Heart Muscle

  • trussell
  • brussel
  • tussle
  • rustle
  • russell
  • russel
  • nussle
  • mussell
  • mussel
  • hustle
  • fussell
  • bustle
  • bussell

2. muscle

noun. ['ˈmʌsəl'] animal tissue consisting predominantly of contractile cells.

Synonyms

  • striated muscle tissue
  • muscular tissue
  • heart muscle
  • smooth muscle
  • muscle system
  • cardiac muscle
  • muscular structure
  • animal tissue

Antonyms

  • easy
  • comfortable
  • nonviolent
  • good

Etymology

  • muscle (French)
  • musculus (Latin)

3. muscle

noun. ['ˈmʌsəl'] a bully employed as a thug or bodyguard.

Synonyms

  • yob
  • hooligan
  • tough
  • bully
  • ruffian
  • muscleman
  • roughneck
  • yobbo
  • yobo

Antonyms

  • unsoundness
  • vulnerability
  • rugged
  • liability

Etymology

  • muscle (French)
  • musculus (Latin)

4. heart

noun. ['ˈhɑːrt'] the locus of feelings and intuitions.

Synonyms

  • suspicion
  • intuition
  • hunch

Antonyms

  • inhibitor
  • displeased
  • discontented
  • unhappy

Etymology

  • herte (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • heorte (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

5. heart

noun. ['ˈhɑːrt'] the hollow muscular organ located behind the sternum and between the lungs; its rhythmic contractions move the blood through the body.

Synonyms

  • circulatory system
  • arteria coronaria
  • cardiovascular system
  • biauriculate heart
  • coronary artery
  • heart muscle
  • viscus
  • heart valve
  • cardiac muscle
  • cardiac valve
  • internal organ
  • ticker
  • pump
  • valve

Antonyms

  • belief
  • unbelief
  • approval
  • disapproval

Etymology

  • herte (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • heorte (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. heart

noun. ['ˈhɑːrt'] the courage to carry on.

Synonyms

  • braveness
  • courageousness
  • bravery
  • mettle
  • spunk
  • nerve

Antonyms

  • gain
  • infield
  • peripheral
  • right

Etymology

  • herte (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • heorte (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. heart

noun. ['ˈhɑːrt'] an area that is approximately central within some larger region.

Synonyms

  • centre
  • middle
  • country
  • financial center
  • storm centre
  • storm center
  • center
  • city centre
  • central city
  • center stage
  • hub
  • midstream
  • city center
  • eye
  • centre stage
  • medical center
  • area
  • midfield
  • seat

Antonyms

  • low status
  • effector
  • inattention
  • lie

Etymology

  • herte (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • heorte (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. heart

noun. ['ˈhɑːrt'] the choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience.

Synonyms

  • core
  • centre
  • sum
  • hypostasis
  • nitty-gritty
  • center
  • bare bones
  • heart and soul
  • cognitive content
  • haecceity
  • pith
  • marrow
  • gist
  • meat
  • quiddity
  • nub
  • mental object
  • quintessence
  • substance
  • kernel
  • content
  • inwardness
  • essence

Antonyms

  • discontent
  • rejection
  • outward
  • ambiversion

Etymology

  • herte (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • heorte (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. heart

noun. ['ˈhɑːrt'] an inclination or tendency of a certain kind.

Synonyms

  • temperament
  • disposition

Antonyms

  • pull
  • empty
  • loss

Etymology

  • herte (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • heorte (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. heart

noun. ['ˈhɑːrt'] a playing card in the major suit that has one or more red hearts on it.

Synonyms

  • major suit

Antonyms

  • conductor
  • unclog

Etymology

  • herte (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • heorte (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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