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1. science

noun. ['ˈsaɪəns'] a particular branch of scientific knowledge.

Synonyms

  • information processing
  • discipline
  • metrology
  • strategics
  • scientific agriculture
  • natural history
  • psychological science
  • agrology
  • metallurgy
  • information science
  • cryptography
  • natural science
  • field
  • scientific knowledge
  • psychology
  • maths
  • cryptanalysis
  • subject area
  • IP
  • agronomy
  • cryptanalytics
  • scientific theory
  • cryptology
  • field of study
  • study
  • informatics
  • social science
  • thanatology
  • subject field
  • scientific discipline
  • linguistics
  • bailiwick
  • systematics
  • subject
  • architectonics
  • agrobiology
  • mathematics
  • math
  • nutrition
  • tectonics

Antonyms

  • wave theory
  • wave theory of light
  • corpuscular theory
  • descriptive linguistics

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Rhymes with Life Science

  • noncompliance
  • pseudoscience
  • compliance
  • reliance
  • defiance
  • appliance
  • alliance

2. life

noun. ['ˈlaɪf'] the experience of being alive; the course of human events and activities.

Synonyms

  • experience

Antonyms

  • strength
  • heaviness

Etymology

  • lif (Middle English (1100-1500))

3. life

noun. ['ˈlaɪf'] a characteristic state or mode of living.

Synonyms

  • existence
  • being
  • ghetto

Antonyms

  • nonexistence
  • youngness
  • majority
  • minority

Etymology

  • lif (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. life

noun. ['ˈlaɪf'] the course of existence of an individual; the actions and events that occur in living.

Synonyms

  • beingness
  • being

Antonyms

  • nonexistence
  • oldness
  • mature

Etymology

  • lif (Middle English (1100-1500))

5. life

noun. ['ˈlaɪf'] the condition of living or the state of being alive.

Synonyms

  • alive
  • live
  • animation
  • beingness
  • survival
  • existence
  • life eternal
  • aliveness
  • being
  • eternal life
  • living
  • skin
  • dead

Antonyms

  • dead
  • nonexistence
  • alive
  • old

Etymology

  • lif (Middle English (1100-1500))

6. life

noun. ['ˈlaɪf'] the period during which something is functional (as between birth and death).

Synonyms

  • dying
  • birth
  • life-time
  • afterlife
  • demise
  • lifetime
  • eld
  • lifespan
  • hereafter
  • time of life
  • period of time
  • period
  • time period
  • death

Antonyms

  • death
  • rejuvenate
  • middle
  • beginning

Etymology

  • lif (Middle English (1100-1500))

7. life

noun. ['ˈlaɪf'] the period between birth and the present time.

Synonyms

  • period of time
  • period
  • time period

Antonyms

  • uneager
  • end
  • stillbirth
  • past

Etymology

  • lif (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. life

noun. ['ˈlaɪf'] a living person.

Synonyms

  • someone
  • soul
  • person
  • individual
  • somebody

Antonyms

  • happiness
  • courage
  • cowardice
  • deaden

Etymology

  • lif (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. life

noun. ['ˈlaɪf'] living things collectively.

Synonyms

  • living thing
  • wildlife

Antonyms

  • inactiveness
  • spiritless
  • inelegance

Etymology

  • lif (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. life

noun. ['ˈlaɪf'] animation and energy in action or expression.

Synonyms

  • elan
  • alacrity
  • animation
  • liveliness
  • delicacy
  • peppiness
  • vigour
  • buoyancy
  • lively
  • exuberance
  • energy
  • esprit
  • jauntiness
  • vivification
  • ebullience
  • brio
  • spirit
  • invigoration
  • enthusiasm
  • vigor
  • high-spiritedness
  • pertness
  • vim
  • pep
  • ginger
  • irrepressibility
  • briskness
  • breeziness
  • sprightliness
  • muscularity
  • smartness
  • airiness

Antonyms

  • inanimateness
  • inactivity
  • tactlessness
  • largeness

Etymology

  • lif (Middle English (1100-1500))

Sentences with life-science


1. Noun Phrase
From microscopic organisms to plants and animals, life science researchers study living organisms and their relationship to the environment.

2. Noun Phrase
The study of this life science changes and evolves as ongoing research reveals new discoveries about how living organisms work and interact, down to the smallest possible detail.

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