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1. string

noun. ['ˈstrɪŋ'] a lightweight cord.

Synonyms

  • chalk line
  • twine
  • packthread
  • snap line
  • snapline

Antonyms

  • decertify
  • fail
  • appear
  • prevent

Etymology

  • string (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with String Cheese

  • )un-parentheses
  • senegalese
  • indochinese
  • franchisees'
  • franchisees
  • abdulaziz
  • resignees
  • powerpcs'
  • powerpcs
  • licensees
  • lapd's
  • interviewees
  • inductees
  • guaranty's
  • guaranties
  • guarantees
  • guarantee's
  • expertise
  • enlistees
  • disagrees
  • designees
  • deportees
  • congolese
  • cantonese
  • aujourd'hui's
  • amputees
  • absentees
  • abductees
  • underseas
  • trustees'

Sentences with string-cheese


1. Noun Phrase
Cut several sticks of string cheese into finger shapes, creating two faux fingers out of each stick.

2. cheese

noun. ['ˈtʃiːz'] a solid food prepared from the pressed curd of milk.

Synonyms

  • grated cheese
  • triple cream
  • Muenster
  • goat cheese
  • processed cheese
  • cream cheese
  • Gouda cheese
  • triple creme
  • farm cheese
  • brick cheese
  • process cheese
  • Edam
  • Cheshire cheese
  • curd
  • double Gloucester
  • cheddar cheese
  • blue cheese
  • ricotta
  • hand cheese
  • American cheese
  • solid food
  • pot cheese
  • food
  • Brie
  • Liederkranz
  • Armerican cheddar
  • cottage cheese
  • Limburger
  • cheese rind
  • Velveeta
  • bleu
  • Swiss cheese
  • cheddar
  • quark
  • Camembert
  • Parmesan
  • dairy product
  • string cheese
  • chevre
  • quark cheese
  • Gouda
  • mozzarella

Antonyms

  • claim
  • enter
  • take office
  • resist

Etymology

  • chese (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • cese (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

3. string

noun. ['ˈstrɪŋ'] a tightly stretched cord of wire or gut, which makes sound when plucked, struck, or bowed.

Synonyms

  • snare
  • stringed instrument

Antonyms

  • stay
  • running
  • undock

Etymology

  • string (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. string

noun. ['ˈstrɪŋ'] stringed instruments that are played with a bow.

Synonyms

  • cello
  • violin
  • bass fiddle
  • bull fiddle
  • string bass
  • bowed stringed instrument
  • viol
  • viola
  • bass viol
  • violoncello
  • stringed instrument
  • double bass
  • contrabass
  • fiddle

Antonyms

  • break
  • contraction
  • shortness
  • flexion

Etymology

  • string (Middle English (1100-1500))

5. string

verb. ['ˈstrɪŋ'] thread on or as if on a string.

Synonyms

  • guide
  • run
  • draw
  • bead
  • arrange
  • thread
  • set up
  • wire

Antonyms

  • disorganise
  • disorganize
  • disagree
  • winterize

Etymology

  • string (Middle English (1100-1500))

6. string

noun. ['ˈstrɪŋ'] a linear sequence of symbols (characters or words or phrases).

Synonyms

  • word string
  • file name extension
  • sequence
  • extension
  • filename extension
  • linguistic unit
  • substring
  • language unit
  • string of words

Antonyms

  • unearned run
  • earned run
  • exempt
  • confine

Etymology

  • string (Middle English (1100-1500))

7. string

noun. ['ˈstrɪŋ'] a tie consisting of a cord that goes through a seam around an opening.

Synonyms

  • drawstring
  • drawing string
  • drawstring bag
  • purse string

Antonyms

  • survive
  • forbid
  • invalidate
  • disapprove

Etymology

  • string (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. string

verb. ['ˈstrɪŋ'] add as if on a string.

Synonyms

  • add

Antonyms

  • obviate
  • exhale

Etymology

  • string (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. string

noun. ['ˈstrɪŋ'] a sequentially ordered set of things or events or ideas in which each successive member is related to the preceding.

Synonyms

  • series

Antonyms

  • integrate
  • adduct

Etymology

  • string (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. cheese

noun. ['ˈtʃiːz'] erect or decumbent Old World perennial with axillary clusters of rosy-purple flowers; introduced in United States.

Synonyms

  • tall mallow
  • high mallow
  • cheeseflower
  • mallow
  • Malva
  • genus Malva

Antonyms

  • begin
  • middle
  • beginning
  • stay

Etymology

  • chese (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • cese (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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