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1. estate

noun. ['ɛˈsteɪt'] everything you own; all of your assets (whether real property or personal property) and liabilities.

Synonyms

  • holding
  • belongings
  • life estate
  • net estate
  • jointure
  • gross estate
  • property
  • legal jointure

Antonyms

  • inactiveness
  • unemployment
  • maturity
  • separation

Etymology

  • astat (Anglo-Norman)
  • estat (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

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Rhymes with Real Estate Agent

  • reagent
  • bagent

Sentences with real-estate-agent


1. Noun Phrase
Have a real estate agent assist you in finding a commercial property to purchase or lease for your business.

2. Noun Phrase
Hire a commercial real estate agent who focuses on representing retail tenants in your area of interest.

3. Noun Phrase
Real estate transaction coordinators can be either licensed or unlicensed real estate agents.

4. Noun Phrase
A Broker Price Opinion is a real estate agent's valuation of a property.

2. estate

noun. ['ɛˈsteɪt'] extensive landed property (especially in the country) retained by the owner for his own use.

Synonyms

  • feoff
  • freehold
  • entail
  • barony
  • leasehold
  • signory
  • plantation
  • glebe
  • acres
  • immovable
  • hacienda
  • countryseat
  • Crown land
  • smallholding
  • real estate
  • landed estate
  • land
  • demesne
  • fief
  • homestead
  • seigneury
  • manor
  • seigniory
  • realty

Antonyms

  • imperfection
  • unskillfulness
  • nonexistence
  • activity

Etymology

  • astat (Anglo-Norman)
  • estat (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

3. agent

noun. ['ˈeɪdʒənt'] an active and efficient cause; capable of producing a certain effect.

Synonyms

  • teratogen
  • weakener
  • retardation
  • quickener
  • lethal agent
  • eliminator
  • vasoconstrictor
  • invigorator
  • shortener
  • represser
  • mutagen
  • transmitter
  • retardent
  • stressor
  • infectious agent
  • vector
  • biological agent
  • satisfier
  • motor
  • biohazard
  • retardant
  • infective agent
  • relaxer
  • impairer
  • enlivener
  • cause
  • causal agency
  • vasoconstrictive
  • causal agent
  • repressor

Antonyms

  • synergist
  • antagonist
  • abstain
  • bring to

Etymology

  • agens (Latin)

4. agent

noun. ['ˈeɪdʒənt'] a substance that exerts some force or effect.

Synonyms

  • bleaching agent
  • alkaliser
  • emmenagogue
  • nerve gas
  • diluent
  • hypoglycaemic agent
  • virucide
  • lactogen
  • antifungal
  • blanching agent
  • precipitant
  • whitener
  • antiflatulent
  • antimycotic
  • lactifuge
  • gastric antacid
  • antacid
  • thinner
  • disinfectant
  • viricide
  • drug
  • antimycotic agent
  • alkalizer
  • hypnagogue
  • chemical agent
  • coagulator
  • vermicide
  • galactagogue
  • coolant
  • germicide
  • mitogen
  • fungicide
  • hypoglycemic agent
  • coagulant
  • substance
  • dilutant
  • solvating agent
  • antiacid
  • inducer
  • nerve agent
  • antimicrobic
  • cause
  • causal agency
  • antimicrobial
  • causal agent
  • antifungal agent
  • bleach

Antonyms

  • afferent
  • noncausative
  • biological
  • nonrepresentative

Etymology

  • agens (Latin)

5. agent

noun. ['ˈeɪdʒənt'] a representative who acts on behalf of other persons or organizations.

Synonyms

  • deputy
  • special agent
  • talent agent
  • parliamentary agent
  • proxy
  • intelligence officer
  • next friend
  • general agent
  • purchasing agent
  • shopper
  • intelligence agent
  • government agent
  • shipping agent
  • surrogate
  • universal agent
  • placeholder
  • business agent
  • representative
  • secret agent
  • booking agent
  • mill agent
  • procurator
  • handler
  • operative
  • literary agent
  • employment agent
  • bailee
  • booker

Antonyms

  • general agent
  • dissuade
  • blacken
  • black

Etymology

  • agens (Latin)

6. real

adjective. ['ˈriːl'] being or occurring in fact or actuality; having verified existence; not illusory; not ghosts".

Synonyms

  • echt
  • realistic
  • reality
  • sincere
  • realness
  • existent
  • realism
  • concrete
  • actual
  • objective
  • documentary
  • historical
  • genuine

Antonyms

  • unrealistic
  • unreal
  • unreality
  • counterfeit
  • insincere

Etymology

  • reel (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • realis (Latin)

7. real

adjective. ['ˈriːl'] no less than what is stated; worthy of the name.

Synonyms

  • true

Antonyms

  • immateriality
  • disingenuous

Etymology

  • reel (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • realis (Latin)

8. real

adverb. ['ˈriːl'] used as intensifiers; real' is sometimes used informally forreally'; `rattling' is informal.

Synonyms

  • rattling
  • very

Antonyms

  • liquid
  • uncover
  • noncurrent

Etymology

  • reel (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • realis (Latin)

9. real

adjective. ['ˈriːl'] not to be taken lightly.

Antonyms

  • nonbeing

Etymology

  • reel (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • realis (Latin)

10. real

adjective. ['ˈriːl'] capable of being treated as fact.

Synonyms

  • tangible

Antonyms

  • dishonest
  • impractical

Etymology

  • reel (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • realis (Latin)
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