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1. treasure

noun. ['ˈtrɛʒɝ'] accumulated wealth in the form of money or jewels etc..

Synonyms

  • king's ransom
  • hoarded wealth
  • treasure trove
  • wealth
  • riches
  • trove
  • fortune

Antonyms

  • mistrust
  • distrust
  • literalize
  • spiritualize

Etymology

  • tresor (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • thesaurus (Latin)

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Rhymes with Treasure Ship

  • roundtrip
  • microchip
  • outstrip
  • unzip
  • strip
  • scripp
  • scrip
  • equip
  • whipp
  • whip
  • trippe
  • tripp
  • trip
  • stipp
  • snip
  • slip
  • skipp
  • skip
  • quipp
  • quip
  • klipp
  • gripp
  • grip
  • flip
  • drip
  • crip
  • clip
  • blip
  • zipp
  • zip

Sentences with treasure-ship


1. Noun Phrase
During the 1700s, treasure ships, warships and pirate ships sailed the seas of the world.

2. treasure

noun. ['ˈtrɛʒɝ'] art highly prized for its beauty or perfection.

Synonyms

  • gem
  • art

Antonyms

  • divide
  • multiply
  • integrate

Etymology

  • tresor (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • thesaurus (Latin)

3. treasure

noun. ['ˈtrɛʒɝ'] a collection of precious things.

Synonyms

  • accumulation
  • assemblage
  • collection

Antonyms

  • add
  • subtract
  • esteem
  • respect

Etymology

  • tresor (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • thesaurus (Latin)

4. treasure

noun. ['ˈtrɛʒɝ'] any possession that is highly valued by its owner.

Antonyms

  • disrespect

Etymology

  • tresor (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • thesaurus (Latin)

5. treasure

verb. ['ˈtrɛʒɝ'] hold dear.

Synonyms

  • reckon
  • see
  • value
  • consider
  • regard
  • view
  • prize
  • appreciate
  • recognize
  • recognise

Antonyms

  • criticize
  • look down on
  • lightness
  • black

Etymology

  • tresor (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • thesaurus (Latin)

6. ship

noun. ['ˈʃɪp'] a vessel that carries passengers or freight.

Synonyms

  • icebreaker
  • gas-turbine ship
  • cargo ship
  • screw
  • spar
  • fo'c'sle
  • cookhouse
  • skeleton
  • passenger ship
  • cargo hold
  • sister ship
  • top
  • hold
  • log
  • whaling ship
  • funnel
  • stern
  • tail
  • minesweeper
  • training ship
  • fin
  • porthole
  • bulwark
  • iceboat
  • flagship
  • winch
  • combat ship
  • gyrostabilizer
  • ratline
  • watercraft
  • bulkhead
  • quarter
  • sea anchor
  • galley
  • school ship
  • bilge pump
  • poop
  • fleet
  • wreck
  • supply ship
  • sheet
  • war vessel
  • deck
  • ship's galley
  • underframe
  • minelayer
  • steamship
  • troopship
  • three-decker
  • nuclear-powered ship
  • shroud
  • storage area
  • slave ship
  • caboose
  • derelict
  • shipwreck
  • tack
  • bilge well
  • helm
  • ridge rope
  • pirate
  • bay
  • cargo deck
  • lubber's hole
  • windlass
  • hospital ship
  • warship
  • superstructure
  • whaler
  • screw propeller
  • cargo area
  • hulk
  • vessel
  • weather sheet
  • drogue
  • lightship
  • ratlin
  • small ship
  • forecastle
  • riding bitt
  • gyrostabiliser
  • after part
  • crow's nest
  • frame
  • transport ship
  • skeletal frame
  • steamer
  • blockade-runner
  • pirate ship
  • davit
  • topside
  • cargo vessel
  • abandoned ship
  • tender
  • treasure ship

Antonyms

  • unscrew
  • maximum
  • foot
  • worst

Etymology

  • ship (Middle English (1100-1500))

7. ship

verb. ['ˈʃɪp'] transport commercially.

Synonyms

  • forward
  • barge
  • despatch
  • send off
  • send on
  • send
  • railroad
  • dispatch
  • displace
  • move

Antonyms

  • let go of
  • defy
  • surrender
  • exclude

Etymology

  • ship (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. ship

verb. ['ˈʃɪp'] go on board.

Synonyms

  • board
  • enplane
  • emplane
  • embark

Antonyms

  • disembark
  • start
  • let
  • uncover

Etymology

  • ship (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. ship

verb. ['ˈʃɪp'] place on board a ship.

Synonyms

  • place
  • reship
  • pose
  • lay
  • put
  • position

Antonyms

  • bottom
  • low
  • derestrict
  • deny

Etymology

  • ship (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. ship

verb. ['ˈʃɪp'] hire for work on a ship.

Synonyms

  • engage
  • employ

Antonyms

  • front
  • placable
  • fancy

Etymology

  • ship (Middle English (1100-1500))
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