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1. box

noun. ['ˈbɑːks'] a (usually rectangular) container; may have a lid.

Synonyms

  • bandbox
  • cereal box
  • shadow box
  • alms box
  • lid
  • play-box
  • casket
  • crate
  • deedbox
  • coffin
  • playbox
  • ballot box
  • container
  • strongbox
  • carton
  • paintbox
  • snuffbox
  • flat
  • window box
  • jewel casket
  • chest
  • poor box
  • cigar box
  • pencil case
  • shoebox
  • base
  • tuck box
  • mite box
  • mailbox
  • pencil box
  • tinderbox
  • hod
  • matchbox
  • pyxis

Antonyms

  • qualified
  • modulated
  • uneven
  • unidimensional

Etymology

  • box (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

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Words that Rhyme with Toy Box

  • st_jacques
  • ballcocks
  • outfox
  • macaques
  • adcox
  • stocks'
  • stocks
  • stock's
  • kroc's
  • iraq's
  • frocks
  • flocks
  • clocks
  • clock's
  • brox
  • brock's
  • blocs
  • bloc's
  • blocks
  • block's
  • bloch's
  • woks
  • vox
  • vocs
  • sox
  • socks
  • shocks
  • sachs
  • rox
  • rocks

Example sentences of the word toy-box


1. Noun Phrase
No dog's toy box is complete without one of these handy fetch toys.

2. box

noun. ['ˈbɑːks'] private area in a theater or grandstand where a small group can watch the performance.

Synonyms

  • compartment
  • skybox
  • balcony
  • box seat

Antonyms

  • active
  • inclined
  • vertical
  • effervescent

Etymology

  • box (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

3. toy

noun. ['ˈtɔɪ'] an artifact designed to be played with.

Synonyms

  • playhouse
  • water pistol
  • sandpile
  • pea shooter
  • jungle gym
  • Lego set
  • sandbox
  • balloon
  • Frisbee
  • teddy bear
  • artifact
  • slingshot
  • wendy house
  • hula-hoop
  • doll
  • spinning top
  • popgun
  • catapult
  • water gun
  • pinwheel
  • sliding board
  • seesaw
  • dandle board
  • doll's house
  • teetertotter
  • train set
  • slide
  • dolly
  • teeterboard
  • top
  • hobby
  • pogo stick
  • ball
  • Meccano set
  • swing
  • yo-yo
  • teeter
  • artefact
  • pinata
  • stick horse
  • whirligig
  • pinwheel wind collector
  • jack-in-the-box
  • Meccano
  • tilting board
  • sling
  • teetotum
  • kite
  • squirt gun
  • teddy
  • hobbyhorse
  • rocking horse
  • plaything
  • rattle
  • cockhorse
  • playground slide
  • sandpit
  • dollhouse
  • teeter-totter
  • Lego
  • squirter
  • jumping jack

Antonyms

  • unwind
  • stay
  • inactivity
  • inactiveness

Etymology

  • toye (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. box

noun. ['ˈbɑːks'] the quantity contained in a box.

Synonyms

  • boxful

Antonyms

  • infield
  • trapezium

Etymology

  • box (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

5. box

noun. ['ˈbɑːks'] a predicament from which a skillful or graceful escape is impossible.

Synonyms

  • corner
  • quandary
  • predicament

Antonyms

  • proportional font
  • nominative
  • oblique
  • juvenile

Etymology

  • box (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. box

verb. ['ˈbɑːks'] put into a box.

Synonyms

  • package
  • encase
  • case

Antonyms

  • bottom out
  • top out
  • miss
  • fail

Etymology

  • box (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. toy

noun. ['ˈtɔɪ'] any of several breeds of very small dogs kept purely as pets.

Synonyms

  • Maltese terrier
  • Japanese spaniel
  • Shih-Tzu
  • domestic dog
  • Maltese dog
  • toy spaniel
  • Peke
  • Chihuahua
  • toy terrier
  • toy dog
  • dog
  • Pekingese
  • Pekinese
  • Maltese

Antonyms

  • stand still
  • stay in place
  • foot
  • worst

Etymology

  • toye (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. toy

noun. ['ˈtɔɪ'] a device regarded as providing amusement.

Antonyms

  • decrease

Etymology

  • toye (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. toy

noun. ['ˈtɔɪ'] a nonfunctional replica of something else (frequently used as a modifier).

Synonyms

  • replication
  • reproduction

Antonyms

  • bring to
  • ignite
  • uncover

Etymology

  • toye (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. toy

verb. ['ˈtɔɪ'] behave carelessly or indifferently.

Synonyms

  • play
  • act
  • flirt
  • trifle
  • move

Antonyms

  • continue
  • take office
  • issue
  • break

Etymology

  • toye (Middle English (1100-1500))
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