1. science

noun. ['ˈsaɪəns'] a particular branch of scientific knowledge.


  • information processing
  • discipline
  • metrology
  • strategics
  • scientific agriculture
  • natural history
  • psychological science
  • agrology
  • metallurgy
  • information science
  • cryptography
  • natural science
  • field
  • scientific knowledge
  • psychology
  • maths
  • cryptanalysis
  • subject area
  • IP
  • agronomy
  • cryptanalytics
  • scientific theory
  • cryptology
  • field of study
  • study
  • informatics
  • social science
  • thanatology
  • subject field
  • scientific discipline
  • linguistics
  • bailiwick
  • systematics
  • subject
  • architectonics
  • agrobiology
  • mathematics
  • math
  • nutrition
  • tectonics


  • wave theory
  • wave theory of light
  • corpuscular theory
  • descriptive linguistics

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Rhymes with Science

  • noncompliance
  • compliance
  • reliance
  • defiance
  • appliance
  • alliance

How do you pronounce science?

Pronounce science as saɪəns.

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How to spell science? Is it scince? Or sience? Common misspellings are:

  • scince
  • sience

Sentences with science

1. Noun, singular or mass
An incubator is useful for hatching eggs and can be used in certain science projects.

Quotes about science

1. Science fiction is any idea that occurs in the head and doesn't exist yet, but soon will, and will change everything for everybody, and nothing will ever be the same again. As soon as you have an idea that changes some small part of the world you are writing science fiction. It is always the art of the possible, never the impossible.
- Ray Bradbury

2. The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science.
- Albert Einstein

3. Written in 1895, Alfred Nobel's will endowed prizes for scientific research in chemistry, physics, and medicine. At that time, these fields were narrowly defined, and researchers were often classically trained in only one discipline. In the late 19th century, knowledge of science was not a requisite for success in other walks of life.
- Peter Agre

2. science

noun. ['ˈsaɪəns'] ability to produce solutions in some problem domain.


  • power
  • nose
  • ability
  • virtuosity


  • unrestraint
  • indiscipline
  • scientific
  • unscientific