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1. mission

noun. ['ˈmɪʃən'] an organization of missionaries in a foreign land sent to carry on religious work.

Synonyms

  • NGO
  • nongovernmental organization
  • missionary post
  • foreign mission

Antonyms

  • parallel operation
  • inactiveness
  • inaction
  • studio

Etymology

  • mission (French)
  • missio (Latin)

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Words that Rhyme with Search And Rescue Mission

  • predisposition
  • misrecognition
  • juxtaposition
  • retransmission
  • presupposition
  • decomposition
  • statistician
  • reimposition
  • redeposition
  • redefinition
  • precondition
  • pediatrician
  • obstetrician
  • mathematician
  • malnutrition
  • geriatrician
  • fondkommission
  • extradition
  • transmission
  • superstition
  • requisition
  • recondition
  • recognition
  • proposition
  • premonition
  • preignition
  • inquisition
  • exposition
  • expedition
  • electrician

Example sentences of the word search-and-rescue-mission


1. Noun Phrase
Afterwards, a search and rescue mission ensued.

2. mission

noun. ['ˈmɪʃən'] a special assignment that is given to a person or group.

Synonyms

  • fool's errand
  • suicide mission
  • martyr operation
  • commission
  • charge
  • mission impossible
  • assignment
  • sacrifice operation

Antonyms

  • empty
  • negative charge
  • positive charge
  • disclaim

Etymology

  • mission (French)
  • missio (Latin)

3. mission

noun. ['ˈmɪʃən'] an operation that is assigned by a higher headquarters.

Synonyms

  • combat mission
  • search mission
  • search and destroy mission
  • military mission
  • operation
  • military operation

Antonyms

  • arise
  • pay cash
  • nonalignment
  • finish

Etymology

  • mission (French)
  • missio (Latin)

4. mission

noun. ['ˈmɪʃən'] the organized work of a religious missionary.

Synonyms

  • work
  • missionary work
  • dawah

Antonyms

  • absolve
  • calm
  • overcharge
  • discharge

Etymology

  • mission (French)
  • missio (Latin)

5. search

noun. ['ˈsɝːtʃ'] the activity of looking thoroughly in order to find something or someone.

Synonyms

  • foraging
  • looking for
  • seeking
  • frisking
  • exploration
  • rummage
  • ransacking
  • activity
  • hunt
  • forage
  • frisk
  • looking
  • quest
  • scouring
  • manhunt
  • hunting

Antonyms

  • profane
  • right angle
  • reentrant angle
  • oblique angle

Etymology

  • serchen (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • sercher (Anglo-Norman)

6. rescue

verb. ['ˈrɛskjuː'] free from harm or evil.

Synonyms

  • pull through
  • save
  • salve
  • deliver
  • bring through
  • reprieve
  • salvage
  • carry through

Antonyms

  • restrict
  • enforce
  • regulate
  • blame

Etymology

  • rescopuen (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. search

verb. ['ˈsɝːtʃ'] try to locate or discover, or try to establish the existence of.

Synonyms

  • pursue
  • divine
  • angle
  • gather
  • fumble
  • dredge
  • drag
  • leave no stone unturned
  • grub
  • seek
  • seek out
  • go after
  • feel
  • fish
  • quest for
  • surf
  • scour
  • want
  • quest after
  • look for
  • browse
  • hunt
  • finger
  • shop

Antonyms

  • inessential
  • have
  • fauna
  • boycott

Etymology

  • serchen (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • sercher (Anglo-Norman)

8. search

verb. ['ˈsɝːtʃ'] search or seek.

Synonyms

  • horn in
  • examine
  • nose
  • prospect
  • see
  • poke
  • cruise
  • hunt
  • intrude
  • look

Antonyms

  • source
  • peristalsis
  • anastalsis
  • dormant

Etymology

  • serchen (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • sercher (Anglo-Norman)

9. search

noun. ['ˈsɝːtʃ'] an investigation seeking answers.

Synonyms

  • investigation

Antonyms

  • refrain
  • layman

Etymology

  • serchen (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • sercher (Anglo-Norman)

10. rescue

noun. ['ˈrɛskjuː'] recovery or preservation from loss or danger.

Synonyms

  • lifesaving
  • reformation
  • reclamation
  • delivery
  • retrieval
  • redemption
  • saving
  • salvation
  • deliverance
  • search and rescue mission
  • salvage

Antonyms

  • death
  • evil
  • wasteful
  • danger

Etymology

  • rescopuen (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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