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1. master

noun. ['ˈmæstɝ'] an artist of consummate skill.

Synonyms

  • artist
  • maestro
  • creative person

Antonyms

  • forget
  • reject
  • inactivity
  • loser

Etymology

  • mægester (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • magister (Latin)

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  • misplace
  • interlace
  • displace
  • disgrace
  • retrace
  • lambastes
  • embrace
  • degrace
  • replace
  • incase
  • encase
  • deface
  • debase
  • trace
  • space
  • place
  • grace
  • glace
  • frace
  • erase
  • efface
  • drace

2. master

verb. ['ˈmæstɝ'] be or become completely proficient or skilled in.

Synonyms

  • drill
  • acquire
  • know
  • larn
  • get the hang
  • practice
  • exercise
  • practise

Antonyms

  • derived
  • territorial waters
  • international waters
  • high sea

Etymology

  • mægester (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • magister (Latin)

3. master

noun. ['ˈmæstɝ'] a person who has general authority over others.

Synonyms

  • seignior
  • swayer
  • overlord
  • feudal lord
  • seigneur
  • lord

Antonyms

  • worthless
  • inessential
  • unimportance
  • insignificant

Etymology

  • mægester (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • magister (Latin)

4. master

verb. ['ˈmæstɝ'] get on top of; deal with successfully.

Synonyms

  • bulldog
  • beat
  • surmount
  • trounce
  • subdue
  • beat out
  • get over
  • crush
  • overcome
  • shell

Antonyms

  • mild
  • derestrict
  • powerlessness
  • unrestraint

Etymology

  • mægester (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • magister (Latin)

5. race

verb. ['ˈreɪs'] move fast.

Synonyms

  • hotfoot
  • hasten
  • bucket along
  • speed
  • dash
  • scud
  • buck
  • tear
  • pelt along
  • locomote
  • move
  • cannonball along
  • shoot down
  • thrust ahead
  • belt along
  • rush
  • scoot
  • push forward
  • go
  • flash
  • step on it
  • barge
  • dart
  • charge
  • hie
  • shoot
  • travel

Antonyms

  • linger
  • opening
  • retreat
  • gladden

Etymology

  • race (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • razza (Italian)

6. race

noun. ['ˈreɪs'] a contest of speed.

Synonyms

  • sack race
  • skiing race
  • car race
  • dog racing
  • chariot race
  • relay race
  • run
  • boat race
  • burnup
  • horse race
  • bicycle race
  • competition
  • contest
  • scratch race
  • auto race
  • ski race
  • relay
  • potato race
  • freestyle
  • footrace
  • foot race
  • cross country
  • repechage
  • automobile race

Antonyms

  • decelerate
  • inelegance
  • stand still
  • laugh

Etymology

  • race (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • razza (Italian)

7. race

noun. ['ˈreɪs'] any competition.

Synonyms

  • arms race
  • run
  • political campaign
  • campaign
  • competition

Antonyms

  • recede
  • ride
  • follow
  • fall

Etymology

  • race (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • razza (Italian)

8. race

noun. ['ˈreɪs'] people who are believed to belong to the same genetic stock.

Synonyms

  • colour
  • Indian race
  • Negroid race
  • White race
  • color
  • master race
  • people of color
  • Yellow race
  • Slavic race
  • Black race
  • Mongolian race
  • people of colour
  • Caucasoid race
  • White people
  • Slavic people
  • Caucasian race
  • Herrenvolk
  • grouping
  • Amerindian race
  • Mongoloid race
  • Negro race

Antonyms

  • go
  • rise
  • precede
  • advance

Etymology

  • race (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • razza (Italian)

9. race

verb. ['ˈreɪs'] compete in a race.

Synonyms

  • speed skate
  • place
  • compete
  • run
  • vie
  • campaign
  • show
  • contend
  • horse-race

Antonyms

  • back
  • behave
  • discontinue
  • closing

Etymology

  • race (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • razza (Italian)

10. race

noun. ['ˈreɪs'] (biology) a taxonomic group that is a division of a species; usually arises as a consequence of geographical isolation within a species.

Synonyms

  • taxon
  • subspecies
  • taxonomic category

Antonyms

  • converge
  • enter
  • hop out
  • push

Etymology

  • race (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • razza (Italian)

Example sentences of the word master-race


1. Noun Phrase
Nazi Germany instituted an effective but deadly propaganda campaign that convinced German citizens they were the master race and that Jews and other groups must be eliminated.

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