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1. phantom

noun. ['ˈfæntəm, ˈfænəm'] a ghostly appearing figure.

Synonyms

  • disembodied spirit
  • specter
  • spectre
  • spirit
  • Flying Dutchman
  • phantasm
  • apparition
  • phantasma

Antonyms

  • disappearance
  • dull
  • unhappiness
  • happiness

Etymology

  • fantom (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • fantosme (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

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2. phantom

adjective. ['ˈfæntəm, ˈfænəm'] something apparently sensed but having no physical reality.

Antonyms

  • stay in place

Etymology

  • fantom (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • fantosme (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

3. phantom

noun. ['ˈfæntəm, ˈfænəm'] something existing in perception only.

Synonyms

  • unidentified flying object
  • fantasm
  • ghost
  • shadow
  • illusion
  • shade
  • spook
  • wraith
  • specter
  • Flying Dutchman
  • spectre
  • flying saucer
  • phantasm
  • semblance
  • apparition
  • phantasma

Antonyms

  • precede
  • absence
  • conception
  • colorlessness

Etymology

  • fantom (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • fantosme (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

4. pain

noun. ['ˈpeɪn'] a symptom of some physical hurt or disorder.

Synonyms

  • torment
  • hurting
  • burning
  • mastalgia
  • meralgia
  • neuralgy
  • costalgia
  • growing pains
  • renal colic
  • chiralgia
  • nephralgia
  • torture
  • sting
  • symptom
  • dysmenorrhea
  • distress
  • metralgia
  • glossodynia
  • photophobia
  • tenderness
  • orchidalgia
  • soreness
  • smart
  • aching
  • thermalgesia
  • photalgia
  • glossalgia
  • burn
  • odynophagia
  • pang
  • pleuralgia
  • excruciation
  • proctalgia
  • intestinal colic
  • arthralgia
  • colic
  • gripes
  • piles
  • neuralgia
  • podalgia
  • agony
  • labor pain
  • griping
  • throb
  • ulalgia
  • haemorrhoid
  • melagra
  • stitch
  • urodynia
  • smarting
  • stinging
  • pleurodynia
  • smartness
  • chest pain
  • suffering
  • keratalgia
  • hemorrhoid
  • myalgia
  • rawness
  • ache
  • causalgia
  • referred pain

Antonyms

  • hypopigmentation
  • conserve
  • cast on
  • cast off

5. pain

noun. ['ˈpeɪn'] emotional distress; a fundamental feeling that people try to avoid.

Synonyms

  • feeling
  • mental anguish
  • unpleasantness
  • suffering
  • distress
  • growing pains
  • hurt

Antonyms

  • pleasure
  • stupid
  • unintelligent
  • backward

6. pain

noun. ['ˈpeɪn'] a somatic sensation of acute discomfort.

Synonyms

  • twinge
  • somatesthesia
  • somaesthesia
  • mittelschmerz
  • phantom limb pain
  • somesthesia
  • painful sensation
  • pain sensation

Antonyms

  • hypocalcemia
  • hyponatremia
  • hyperglycemia
  • hypoglycemia

7. limb

noun. ['ˈlɪm'] one of the jointed appendages of an animal used for locomotion or grasping: arm; leg; wing; flipper.

Synonyms

  • appendage
  • hind limb
  • appendicular skeleton
  • forearm
  • flipper
  • thigh
  • forelimb
  • member
  • hindlimb
  • extremity
  • stump
  • crus
  • leg
  • arm

Antonyms

  • outside
  • inside
  • middle
  • end

Etymology

  • limbus (Latin)

8. pain

verb. ['ˈpeɪn'] cause bodily suffering to and make sick or indisposed.

Synonyms

  • break out
  • trouble
  • erupt
  • ail
  • hurt

Antonyms

  • disjoin
  • kind
  • inelegance
  • stupidity

9. limb

noun. ['ˈlɪm'] any of the main branches arising from the trunk or a bough of a tree.

Synonyms

  • bough
  • stick
  • tree branch
  • tree

Antonyms

  • attach
  • stay
  • unify
  • arrive

Etymology

  • limbus (Latin)

10. limb

noun. ['ˈlɪm'] any projection that is thought to resemble a human arm.

Synonyms

  • branch
  • arm

Antonyms

  • nonmember
  • ride
  • converge

Etymology

  • limbus (Latin)
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