Synonyms
Antonyms

1. middle-of-the-road

adjective. ['ˈmɪdələvθəˌrɔd'] supporting or pursuing a course of action that is neither liberal nor conservative.

Synonyms

  • center

Antonyms

  • left
  • infield

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Words that Rhyme with Trunk Road

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  • busload
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  • unbowed
  • strode
  • reload
  • outmode
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  • methode
  • m-code
  • kanode
  • encode
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  • commode
  • c-code
  • stowed
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  • glowed
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2. middle-of-the-road

adjective. ['ˈmɪdələvθəˌrɔd'] not extreme, especially in political views.

Antonyms

  • juvenile

3. trunk

noun. ['ˈtrʌŋk'] luggage consisting of a large strong case used when traveling or for storage.

Synonyms

  • locker
  • luggage
  • footlocker
  • trunk lid

Antonyms

  • top
  • bottom
  • outside
  • peripheral

Etymology

  • trunke (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • tronc (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

4. trunk

noun. ['ˈtrʌŋk'] the main stem of a tree; usually covered with bark; the bole is usually the part that is commercially useful for lumber.

Synonyms

  • tree trunk
  • tree
  • bark
  • stem
  • bole

Antonyms

  • anterior
  • antecedent
  • lower
  • natural elevation

Etymology

  • trunke (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • tronc (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

5. trunk

noun. ['ˈtrʌŋk'] the body excluding the head and neck and limbs.

Synonyms

  • side
  • body part
  • belly
  • midsection
  • middle
  • waist
  • ass
  • diaphragm
  • venter
  • physical structure
  • fundament
  • posterior
  • shoulder
  • butt
  • bottom
  • derriere
  • haunch
  • chest
  • rear end
  • shoulder joint
  • can
  • back
  • keister
  • hip
  • pectus
  • buttocks
  • paunch
  • rump
  • prat
  • organic structure
  • backside
  • hindquarters
  • stern
  • midriff
  • tail
  • body
  • serratus
  • articulatio humeri
  • torso
  • fanny
  • tooshie
  • serratus muscles
  • abdomen
  • hind end
  • dorsum
  • buns
  • spare tire
  • rear
  • arse
  • thorax
  • love handle
  • tush
  • bum
  • behind
  • loins
  • nates
  • tail end
  • stomach
  • seat
  • buttock
  • cheek

Antonyms

  • end
  • beginning
  • early
  • late

Etymology

  • trunke (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • tronc (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

6. trunk

noun. ['ˈtrʌŋk'] a long flexible snout as of an elephant.

Synonyms

  • snout
  • neb
  • elephant
  • mammoth

Antonyms

  • ascent
  • natural depression
  • leeward
  • front

Etymology

  • trunke (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • tronc (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

7. trunk

noun. ['ˈtrʌŋk'] compartment in an automobile that carries luggage or shopping or tools.

Synonyms

  • car
  • luggage compartment
  • motorcar
  • automobile
  • compartment
  • boot
  • machine
  • automobile trunk

Antonyms

  • windward
  • reverse
  • starboard
  • larboard

Etymology

  • trunke (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • tronc (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

8. road

noun. ['ˈroʊd'] an open way (generally public) for travel or transportation.

Synonyms

  • highway
  • drive
  • intersection
  • private road
  • rotary
  • corduroy
  • clearway
  • crosscut
  • turnaround
  • main road
  • roundabout way
  • rail line
  • speedway
  • slip road
  • crossing
  • shoulder
  • turnout
  • causeway
  • route
  • cutoff
  • parkway
  • thoroughfare
  • pavement
  • roundabout
  • bend
  • roadbed
  • driveway
  • circle
  • bypath
  • berm
  • widening
  • carrefour
  • crest
  • traffic circle
  • cartroad
  • byway
  • detour
  • roadway
  • crossway
  • shortcut
  • railway line
  • access road
  • skid road
  • track
  • crossroad
  • line
  • paving
  • byroad
  • turnoff
  • curve
  • crown
  • way
  • side road
  • cart track

Antonyms

  • lower
  • nonattendance
  • natural object
  • direct

Etymology

  • rad (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. road

noun. ['ˈroʊd'] a way or means to achieve something.

Synonyms

  • agency
  • way
  • means

Antonyms

  • stay in place
  • pull
  • attract
  • noncyclic

Etymology

  • rad (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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