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1. twin

noun. ['ˈtwɪn'] either of two offspring born at the same time from the same pregnancy.

Synonyms

  • sib
  • monozygous twin
  • fraternal twin
  • monozygotic twin
  • dizygotic twin
  • identical twin

Antonyms

  • unbalance
  • juvenile
  • derestrict
  • activity

Etymology

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

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Rhymes with Twin Bed

  • hilton-head
  • widespread
  • purebred
  • interbred
  • thoroughbred
  • infrared
  • sffed
  • retread
  • overhead
  • overfed
  • misread
  • misled
  • instead
  • biomed
  • unwed
  • unted
  • unsaid
  • unread
  • spread
  • sayed
  • numed
  • imbed
  • embed
  • behead
  • tread
  • thread
  • szwed
  • swed
  • stead
  • sped

Sentences with twin-bed


1. Noun Phrase
The Mickey Twin bedroom has two twin beds and fits the extra rollaway bed in the downstairs closet.

2. Noun Phrase
Store-bought products make it easy to convert two twin beds into a king bed in just a few steps.

3. Noun Phrase
Standard dimensions of twin beds are 38 inches wide and 75 inches long.

4. Noun Phrase
Multiple companies sell converters that make two twin beds into a king bed.

2. twin

adjective. ['ˈtwɪn'] being two identical.

Synonyms

  • duplicate
  • matching
  • twinned

Antonyms

  • asymmetrical
  • incomparable
  • perpendicular
  • oblique

Etymology

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

3. twin

noun. ['ˈtwɪn'] a duplicate copy.

Synonyms

  • counterpart
  • duplicate
  • similitude

Antonyms

  • asynchronous
  • differ
  • fall back
  • unearned run

Etymology

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

4. Twin

noun. (astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Gemini.

Synonyms

  • someone
  • soul
  • person
  • individual
  • Gemini
  • somebody

Antonyms

  • unemotional person
  • worker
  • extrovert
  • debtor

5. Twin

noun. a waterfall in the Snake River in southern Idaho.

Synonyms

  • USA
  • United States of America
  • U.S.A.
  • US
  • America
  • the States
  • Twin Falls
  • Snake
  • U.S.
  • United States

Antonyms

  • introvert
  • withholder
  • male
  • adult

6. twin

verb. ['ˈtwɪn'] give birth to twins.

Synonyms

  • birth
  • have
  • give birth
  • deliver

Antonyms

  • activeness
  • attack
  • start
  • stay

Etymology

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

7. twin

verb. ['ˈtwɪn'] bring two objects, ideas, or people together.

Synonyms

  • match
  • mismate
  • pair
  • mismatch
  • bring together
  • join
  • mate

Antonyms

  • refuse
  • dissent
  • defuse
  • unmuzzle

Etymology

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

8. bed

noun. ['ˈbɛd'] a piece of furniture that provides a place to sleep.

Synonyms

  • bunk bed
  • cot
  • water bed
  • deathbed
  • four-poster
  • trundle bed
  • sickbed
  • couch
  • trundle
  • bedframe
  • built-in bed
  • sleeping accommodation
  • chamber
  • twin bed
  • truckle
  • Murphy bed
  • bedstead
  • bedroom
  • plank-bed
  • truckle bed
  • platform bed
  • built in bed
  • hammock
  • bedchamber
  • bunk
  • bedroom furniture
  • sack
  • single bed
  • marriage bed
  • sleeping room
  • camp bed
  • double bed
  • mattress
  • sleigh bed

Antonyms

  • undock
  • stay in place
  • disparage
  • stand

Etymology

  • bed (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • bedd (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. bed

noun. ['ˈbɛd'] a plot of ground in which plants are growing.

Synonyms

  • flower bed
  • plot of land
  • flowerbed
  • bed of flowers
  • seedbed
  • plot of ground
  • plot
  • turnip bed
  • asparagus bed
  • hotbed

Antonyms

  • hire
  • straighten
  • unscrew
  • disjoin

Etymology

  • bed (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • bedd (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. bed

noun. ['ˈbɛd'] a depression forming the ground under a body of water.

Synonyms

  • depression
  • ocean floor
  • Davy Jones's locker
  • sea bottom
  • natural depression
  • bottom
  • riverbed
  • creek bed
  • lake bottom
  • Davy Jones
  • ocean bottom
  • sea floor
  • seabed
  • streambed
  • river bottom

Antonyms

  • disarrange
  • detach
  • uncouple
  • malevolence

Etymology

  • bed (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • bedd (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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