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1. post

noun. ['ˈpoʊst'] military installation at which a body of troops is stationed.

Synonyms

  • garrison
  • military quarters
  • outpost
  • fort
  • military installation

Antonyms

  • human
  • nonhuman
  • inactivity
  • divest

Etymology

  • post (Latin)
  • poste (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • posta (Italian)

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Words that Rhyme with Post

  • ivory-coast
  • diagnosed
  • engrossed
  • grossed
  • droste
  • yost
  • yoast
  • woeste
  • voest
  • toste
  • toast
  • roast
  • most
  • khost
  • host
  • ghost
  • coste
  • coast
  • boast

Example sentences of the word post


1. Noun, singular or mass
Wrap the chain around the post and pole where the gate of the fence closes.

Quotes containing the word post


1. I'm friends with Taylor Swift, and I am tired of people asking me questions about our friendship. When I post a picture of us on Instagram, I'm posting a picture of me and my friend.
- Sarah Hyland

2. When I get lonely these days, I think: So BE lonely, Liz. Learn your way around loneliness. Make a map of it. Sit with it, for once in your life. Welcome to the human experience. But never again use another person's body or emotions as a scratching post for your own unfulfilled yearnings.
- Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love

3. A study in the Washington Post says that women havebetter verbal skills than men. I just want to say to the authors of that study: 'Duh.
- Conan O'Brien

2. post

noun. ['ˈpoʊst'] the position where someone (as a guard or sentry) stands or is assigned to stand.

Synonyms

  • place
  • bridgehead
  • outpost
  • lookout
  • outstation
  • observation post
  • position

Antonyms

  • interior
  • inwardness
  • exterior
  • marginality

Etymology

  • post (Latin)
  • poste (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • posta (Italian)

3. post

verb. ['ˈpoʊst'] affix in a public place or for public notice.

Synonyms

  • placard
  • announce
  • affix
  • denote

Antonyms

  • nonstandard
  • abnormal
  • irregular
  • uncommon

Etymology

  • post (Latin)
  • poste (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • posta (Italian)

4. post

verb. ['ˈpoʊst'] publicize with, or as if with, a poster.

Synonyms

  • announce
  • denote
  • bill

Antonyms

  • anteriority
  • northernness
  • external
  • internal

Etymology

  • post (Latin)
  • poste (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • posta (Italian)

5. post

noun. ['ˈpoʊst'] a job in an organization.

Synonyms

  • viceroyship
  • clerkship
  • deanery
  • khanate
  • regency
  • thaneship
  • peasanthood
  • chancellorship
  • feudal lordship
  • foremanship
  • admiralty
  • moderatorship
  • episcopate
  • councilorship
  • librarianship
  • baronetage
  • prelature
  • inspectorship
  • rectorate
  • governorship
  • captaincy
  • vice-presidency
  • bishopry
  • chaplaincy
  • principalship
  • curatorship
  • directorship
  • pastorate
  • hot seat
  • attorneyship
  • apostleship
  • berth
  • generalcy
  • billet
  • womanhood
  • controllership
  • situation
  • rabbinate
  • pastorship
  • residency
  • rulership
  • speakership
  • solicitorship
  • wardenship
  • proctorship
  • associateship
  • headship
  • mastership
  • receivership
  • apprenticeship
  • commandership
  • bailiffship
  • chairmanship
  • magistrature
  • proconsulship
  • eldership
  • custodianship
  • comptrollership
  • plum
  • office
  • manhood
  • preceptorship
  • business
  • chaplainship
  • occupation
  • trusteeship
  • internship
  • seigniory
  • job
  • chieftaincy
  • throne
  • precentorship
  • marshalship
  • fatherhood
  • overlordship
  • professorship
  • chieftainship
  • instructorship
  • praetorship
  • primateship
  • sainthood
  • discipleship
  • rectorship
  • protectorship
  • sinecure
  • prefecture
  • public office
  • teachership
  • cardinalship
  • mayoralty
  • editorship
  • senatorship
  • magistracy
  • priorship
  • treasurership
  • ambassadorship
  • tribuneship
  • wardership
  • managership
  • seigneury
  • studentship
  • legislatorship
  • secretaryship
  • accountantship
  • viziership
  • consulship
  • counsellorship
  • stewardship
  • commandery
  • caliphate
  • counselorship
  • councillorship
  • judgeship
  • presidentship
  • academicianship
  • captainship
  • emirate
  • chair
  • position
  • line of work
  • lieutenancy
  • place
  • lectureship
  • premiership
  • incumbency
  • judicature
  • prelacy
  • presidency
  • legation
  • generalship
  • proconsulate
  • curacy
  • deanship
  • line
  • spot
  • legateship
  • messiahship

Antonyms

  • disequilibrium
  • acceptance
  • equilibrium
  • inclusion

Etymology

  • post (Latin)
  • poste (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • posta (Italian)

6. post

noun. ['ˈpoʊst'] an upright consisting of a piece of timber or metal fixed firmly in an upright position.

Synonyms

  • vertical
  • telegraph post
  • bollard
  • timber
  • newel post
  • rudderstock
  • telephone pole
  • lamppost
  • stanchion
  • whipping post
  • queen post
  • hitching post
  • telegraph pole
  • king post
  • gatepost
  • goalpost
  • hop pole
  • upright
  • stake
  • carrick bitt
  • maypole
  • stump
  • standard
  • corner post
  • rudderpost
  • newel

Antonyms

  • dethrone
  • disarrange
  • deglycerolize
  • subordinate

Etymology

  • post (Latin)
  • poste (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • posta (Italian)

7. post

verb. ['ˈpoʊst'] assign to a station.

Synonyms

  • place
  • garrison
  • fort
  • send
  • locate
  • site
  • displace
  • move

Antonyms

  • noncompliance
  • empty
  • dissuasion
  • clean

Etymology

  • post (Latin)
  • poste (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • posta (Italian)

8. post

verb. ['ˈpoʊst'] display, as of records in sports games.

Synonyms

  • record
  • put down

Antonyms

  • back
  • left
  • right

Etymology

  • post (Latin)
  • poste (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • posta (Italian)

9. post

verb. ['ˈpoʊst'] assign to a post; put into a post.

Synonyms

  • designate
  • depute
  • delegate

Antonyms

  • raise
  • pull
  • unwind
  • arrange

Etymology

  • post (Latin)
  • poste (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • posta (Italian)

10. post

verb. ['ˈpoʊst'] mark or expose as infamous.

Synonyms

  • call

Antonyms

  • erect
  • upgrade

Etymology

  • post (Latin)
  • poste (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • posta (Italian)
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