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1. way

noun. ['ˈweɪ'] how something is done or how it happens.

Synonyms

  • artistic style
  • lifestyle
  • setup
  • touch
  • modus vivendi
  • form
  • manner
  • life style
  • fit
  • drape
  • style
  • idiom
  • wise
  • property
  • life-style
  • signature
  • fashion
  • response

Antonyms

  • stay
  • inability
  • informality
  • formality

Etymology

  • weg (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

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Rhymes with Way

  • waga
  • compusa
  • communique
  • yakutakay
  • redisplay
  • papier-mache
  • l'espalier
  • cluj
  • cabriolet
  • underplay
  • societe
  • san-jose
  • naivete
  • mcgarvey
  • jonbenet
  • intraday
  • dunlavey
  • chevrolet
  • buga
  • aaa
  • zepa
  • underpay
  • santa-fe
  • portray
  • pinochet
  • overstay
  • overplay
  • monterrey
  • meservey
  • mcstay

How do you pronounce way?

Pronounce way as weɪ.

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Sentences with way


1. Noun, singular or mass
Assess job opportunities the same way you would in the white collar world.

Quotes about way


1. As he read, I fell in love the way you fall asleep: slowly, and then all at once.
- John Green, The Fault in Our Stars

2. I love you without knowing how, or when, or from where. I love you simply, without problems or pride: I love you in this way because I do not know any other way of loving but this, in which there is no I or you, so intimate that your hand upon my chest is my hand, so intimate that when I fall asleep your eyes close.
- Pablo Neruda, 100 Love Sonnets

3. The only way out of the labyrinth of suffering is to forgive.
- John Green, Looking for Alaska

2. way

noun. ['ˈweɪ'] how a result is obtained or an end is achieved.

Synonyms

  • desperate measure
  • voice
  • open sesame
  • fast track
  • wings
  • tool
  • stepping stone
  • road
  • expedient
  • salvation
  • instrument
  • tooth
  • dint
  • means
  • escape
  • agency
  • implementation

Antonyms

  • diverge
  • miss
  • disengage
  • discolor

Etymology

  • weg (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

3. way

noun. ['ˈweɪ'] a line leading to a place or point.

Synonyms

  • trend
  • direction
  • tendency
  • path
  • bearing
  • north-south direction
  • route
  • qibla
  • itinerary
  • course
  • heading
  • east-west direction

Antonyms

  • ill
  • unfit
  • unsound
  • inappropriate

Etymology

  • weg (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

4. way

noun. ['ˈweɪ'] the condition of things generally.

Synonyms

  • status

Antonyms

  • impolitic
  • inadvisable

Etymology

  • weg (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

5. way

noun. ['ˈweɪ'] any artifact consisting of a road or path affording passage from one place to another.

Synonyms

  • approach
  • staircase
  • artifact
  • access
  • stairway
  • road
  • path
  • watercourse
  • route
  • roadside
  • lane
  • waterway
  • artefact
  • passage
  • transportation system
  • wayside
  • transit

Antonyms

  • straightness
  • type
  • antitype
  • plural

Etymology

  • weg (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. way

noun. ['ˈweɪ'] a course of conduct.

Synonyms

  • primrose path
  • warpath
  • path
  • hadith
  • ambages
  • Sunnah
  • Sunna
  • way of life
  • course of action
  • course
  • strait and narrow

Antonyms

  • angularity
  • roundness
  • straight
  • crookedness

Etymology

  • weg (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. way

noun. ['ˈweɪ'] a journey or passage.

Synonyms

  • journeying

Antonyms

  • sharpness
  • crooked

Etymology

  • weg (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. way

noun. ['ˈweɪ'] space for movement.

Synonyms

  • clearance
  • seating
  • room
  • lebensraum
  • spatial relation
  • elbow room
  • seats
  • sea room
  • headway
  • seating area
  • position
  • living space
  • breathing room
  • standing room
  • parking
  • houseroom
  • breathing space
  • seating room

Antonyms

  • verboseness
  • inelegance
  • foolish
  • imprudent

Etymology

  • weg (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. way

noun. ['ˈweɪ'] the property of distance in general.

Antonyms

  • discourtesy

Etymology

  • weg (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. way

adverb. ['ˈweɪ'] to a great degree or by a great distance; very much (`right smart' is regional in the United States).

Antonyms

  • classicism

Etymology

  • weg (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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