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1. reference

noun. ['ˈrɛfɝəns, ˈrɛfrəns'] a remark that calls attention to something or someone.

Synonyms

  • comment
  • allusion
  • mention
  • remark
  • input
  • retrospection

Antonyms

  • irresponsibility
  • irresponsibleness
  • unthoughtfulness
  • juvenile

Etymology

  • -ence (English)
  • refer (English)

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Rhymes with Reference Frame

  • proclaim
  • postgame
  • exclaim
  • disclaim
  • reclaim
  • overcame
  • inflame
  • declaim
  • ballgame
  • rename
  • defame
  • became
  • aflame
  • acclaim
  • swaim
  • graeme
  • fraim
  • flame
  • flaim
  • claim
  • brame
  • blame
  • ashame
  • tame
  • shame
  • sejm
  • same
  • rhame
  • name
  • mayme

2. reference

noun. ['ˈrɛfɝəns, ˈrɛfrəns'] a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage.

Synonyms

  • cross-reference
  • acknowledgment
  • quotation
  • note
  • credit
  • mention
  • photo credit
  • cite
  • notation
  • citation
  • annotation

Antonyms

  • praise
  • uppercase
  • superscript
  • subscript

Etymology

  • -ence (English)
  • refer (English)

3. reference

noun. ['ˈrɛfɝəns, ˈrɛfrəns'] a book to which you can refer for authoritative facts.

Synonyms

  • book
  • book of maps
  • book of facts
  • enchiridion
  • cookery book
  • cyclopedia
  • cyclopaedia
  • reference book
  • encyclopaedia
  • wordbook
  • instruction book
  • cookbook
  • map collection
  • handbook
  • vade mecum
  • reference work
  • yearbook
  • yearly
  • encyclopedia
  • annual
  • directory
  • atlas

Antonyms

  • debit
  • cash
  • nonpayment
  • hardware

Etymology

  • -ence (English)
  • refer (English)

4. reference

noun. ['ˈrɛfɝəns, ˈrɛfrəns'] an indicator that orients you generally.

Synonyms

  • point of reference
  • lubber line
  • lubber's line
  • white line
  • bench mark
  • landmark
  • lubber's point
  • benchmark
  • reference point
  • lubber's mark
  • buoy
  • target
  • mark

Antonyms

  • agitate
  • erase
  • contraction
  • shortness

Etymology

  • -ence (English)
  • refer (English)

5. reference

noun. ['ˈrɛfɝəns, ˈrɛfrəns'] a formal recommendation by a former employer to a potential future employer describing the person's qualifications and dependability.

Synonyms

  • good word
  • character
  • character reference
  • recommendation

Antonyms

  • go
  • skew
  • tactlessness
  • con

Etymology

  • -ence (English)
  • refer (English)

6. reference

noun. ['ˈrɛfɝəns, ˈrɛfrəns'] the most direct or specific meaning of a word or expression; the class of objects that an expression refers to.

Synonyms

  • meaning
  • denotation
  • substance

Antonyms

  • biennial
  • sink
  • detach
  • add

Etymology

  • -ence (English)
  • refer (English)

7. frame

noun. ['ˈfreɪm'] the framework for a pair of eyeglasses.

Synonyms

  • eyeglasses
  • specs
  • glasses
  • framework
  • chase

Antonyms

  • debtor
  • nonreligious person
  • follower
  • bad guy

Etymology

  • framen (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. frame

noun. ['ˈfreɪm'] a single one of a series of still transparent pictures forming a cinema, television or video film.

Synonyms

  • photograph
  • picture
  • exposure
  • pic

Antonyms

  • leader
  • member
  • good guy
  • smoker

Etymology

  • framen (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. frame

verb. ['ˈfreɪm'] enclose in or as if in a frame.

Synonyms

  • inclose
  • enclose
  • close in
  • border
  • frame in

Antonyms

  • decrease
  • heavenly
  • infinite
  • immortal

Etymology

  • framen (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. frame

noun. ['ˈfreɪm'] alternative names for the body of a human being.

Synonyms

  • someone
  • soul
  • shape
  • physique
  • female body
  • form
  • homo
  • material body
  • chassis
  • physical structure
  • human body
  • individual
  • soma
  • human
  • male body
  • human being
  • build
  • juvenile body
  • physical body
  • mortal
  • man
  • organic structure
  • person
  • figure
  • body
  • adult body
  • anatomy
  • bod
  • somebody

Antonyms

  • religious person
  • bad person
  • acquaintance
  • agonist

Etymology

  • framen (Middle English (1100-1500))
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