Antonyms

1. hand-to-hand

adjective. being at close quarters.

Antonyms

  • open

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Words that Rhyme with Up To

Example sentences of the word up-to


1. Noun Phrase
The bank is required to hold all account funds up to the amount you owe, for 21 days.

2. Noun Phrase
Hold the hat up to your “police officer’s” head.

3. Noun Phrase
Descend into a deep lunge before driving through your right heel and standing back up to the starting position.

2. up-to-date

adjective. reflecting the latest information or changes.

Antonyms

  • styleless

3. pumped-up

adjective. tense with excitement and enthusiasm as from a rush of adrenaline.

Synonyms

  • pumped
  • tense
  • pumped up

Antonyms

  • wireless
  • unbound
  • easy
  • unagitated

4. runner-up

noun. ['ˈrʌnɝˌəp'] the competitor who finishes second.

Synonyms

  • competitor
  • contender
  • second best
  • challenger
  • competition

Antonyms

  • cooperation

5. chin-up

noun. an arm exercise performed by pulling yourself up on a horizontal bar until your chin is level with the bar.

Synonyms

  • pull-up

6. walk-to

adjective. close enough to be walked to.

Synonyms

  • walking

Antonyms

  • open
  • middle

7. up

adverb. ['ˈʌp'] spatially or metaphorically from a lower to a higher position.

Synonyms

  • upwards
  • upwardly

Antonyms

  • downwards
  • downwardly
  • downward

Etymology

  • upp (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. up

adjective. ['ˈʌp'] being or moving higher in position or greater in some value; being above a former position or level.

Synonyms

  • leading
  • risen
  • upfield
  • ahead
  • in the lead
  • dormie
  • heavenward
  • sprouted
  • aweigh
  • ascending
  • upward
  • dormy
  • upbound
  • high

Antonyms

  • down
  • low
  • fragrant
  • sober

Etymology

  • upp (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. up

verb. ['ˈʌp'] raise.

Antonyms

  • low spirits

Etymology

  • upp (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. up

adjective. ['ˈʌp'] getting higher or more vigorous.

Synonyms

  • rising

Antonyms

  • side
  • bottom

Etymology

  • upp (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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