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1. course

noun. ['ˈkɔrs'] education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings.

Synonyms

  • teaching
  • childbirth-preparation class
  • lecturing
  • recitation
  • propaedeutics
  • seminar
  • lecture
  • workshop
  • elective
  • class period
  • course of study
  • shop class
  • propaedeutic
  • directed study
  • coursework
  • course of lectures
  • required course
  • didactics
  • elective course
  • orientation course
  • lesson
  • course session
  • education
  • class
  • educational activity
  • orientation
  • extension course
  • instruction
  • home study
  • pedagogy
  • art class
  • correspondence course
  • industrial arts
  • refresher course
  • refresher
  • shop
  • adult education

Antonyms

  • orthodoxy
  • unorthodoxy
  • horizontal
  • vertical

Etymology

  • cours (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • cursus (Latin)

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Rhymes with Matter Of Course

  • reinforce
  • gift-horse
  • midcourse
  • remorse
  • perforce
  • outsource
  • laforce
  • ensource
  • enforce
  • endorse
  • divorce
  • vorce
  • source
  • sorce
  • nourse
  • norse
  • morss
  • morse
  • horse
  • hoarse
  • fourths
  • forse
  • force
  • 'course
  • corse
  • coarse
  • bourse
  • borse

Sentences with matter-of-course


1. Noun Phrase
During these swarms, catching or accidentally walking into one of these flying pests is a matter of course.

2. matter

noun. ['ˈmætɝ'] a vaguely specified concern.

Synonyms

  • concern
  • least
  • thing

Antonyms

  • diversified
  • hollow
  • hollowness
  • linear

Etymology

  • mater (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • materie (Anglo-Norman)

3. matter

noun. ['ˈmætɝ'] some situation or event that is thought about.

Synonyms

  • content
  • subject
  • blind spot
  • res judicata
  • res adjudicata
  • area
  • mental object
  • issue
  • remit
  • topic

Antonyms

  • clear
  • frivolous
  • awkward
  • unchangeable

Etymology

  • mater (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • materie (Anglo-Norman)

4. matter

verb. ['ˈmætɝ'] have weight; have import, carry weight.

Synonyms

  • be
  • count
  • press

Antonyms

  • unfasten
  • dislodge
  • nonpayment
  • withdraw

Etymology

  • mater (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • materie (Anglo-Norman)

5. course

noun. ['ˈkɔrs'] a connected series of events or actions or developments.

Synonyms

  • flow
  • line
  • current
  • stream

Antonyms

  • abstain
  • denitrify
  • deprive
  • chromatic

Etymology

  • cours (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • cursus (Latin)

6. course

noun. ['ˈkɔrs'] general line of orientation.

Synonyms

  • direction
  • way

Antonyms

  • malfunction
  • unearned run
  • earned run

Etymology

  • cours (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • cursus (Latin)

7. course

noun. ['ˈkɔrs'] a mode of action.

Synonyms

  • blind alley
  • action
  • way of life
  • course of action
  • way
  • collision course

Antonyms

  • obligatory
  • succeeding
  • inexperience
  • unenlightenment

Etymology

  • cours (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • cursus (Latin)

8. matter

noun. ['ˈmætɝ'] that which has mass and occupies space.

Synonyms

  • goop
  • solute
  • ooze
  • gunk
  • guck
  • goo
  • slime
  • residue
  • emanation
  • dark matter
  • antimatter
  • muck
  • system
  • gook
  • solid
  • ylem
  • fluid
  • substance
  • vegetable matter
  • sediment
  • sludge
  • physical entity
  • deposit

Antonyms

  • spoils system
  • merit system
  • soft
  • gaseous

Etymology

  • mater (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • materie (Anglo-Norman)

9. course

noun. ['ˈkɔrs'] a line or route along which something travels or moves.

Synonyms

  • steps
  • swath
  • belt
  • trail
  • path
  • track
  • line
  • round
  • collision course

Antonyms

  • confine
  • fail
  • stay in place
  • idle

Etymology

  • cours (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • cursus (Latin)

10. matter

noun. ['ˈmætɝ'] (used with negation) having consequence.

Synonyms

  • import
  • consequence

Antonyms

  • liquid
  • unwholesome
  • heterogeneous

Etymology

  • mater (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • materie (Anglo-Norman)
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