- What is another word for left?
- What is another word for a well?
- What is a word that means more than sufficient?
- What means flourish?
- What is another word for effectively?
- Can you say sufficient enough?
- What is the verb of sufficient?
- What does grown very well mean?
- What is the new word of sufficient?
- What are different ways to say rest?
- What are synonyms for rest?
- What is a word that means a state of resting?
- What is a grovel?
- How do you say something works well?
- What is the opposite word of well?
What is another word for left?
What is another word for left?jiltedneglectedabandoneddeserteddiscardedforsakengodforsakenstrandedrejectedcast away55 more rows.
What is another word for a well?
What is another word for well?appropriatelyaccordinglyblandlyindifferentlyfairly wellrelativelyrathersomewhatquitepretty94 more rows
What is a word that means more than sufficient?
fully sufficient or more than adequate for the purpose or needs; plentiful; enough: an ample supply of water; ample time to finish. of sufficient or abundant measure; liberal; copious: an ample reward.
What means flourish?
verb (used without object) to be in a vigorous state; thrive: a period in which art flourished. to be in its or in one’s prime; be at the height of fame, excellence, influence, etc. to be successful; prosper. to grow luxuriantly, or thrive in growth, as a plant.
What is another word for effectively?
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR EFFECTIVELYably.adeptly.dexterously.effectively.efficiently.expertly.proficiently.skillfully.More items…
Can you say sufficient enough?
Enough is often used as a synonym for sufficient, and when something is not sufficient, it is too little to take care of what’s needed. Sufficient can, however, also suggest just enough and not an abundance, as in “the money was sufficient for groceries, but we needed more to fill the gas tank.”
What is the verb of sufficient?
intransitive verb. 1 : to meet or satisfy a need : be sufficient a brief note will suffice —often used with an impersonal itsuffice it to say that they are dedicated, serious personalities— Cheryl Aldridge. 2 : to be competent or capable. transitive verb.
What does grown very well mean?
: having attained a satisfactory growth or development especially : having almost reached maximum physical growth.
What is the new word of sufficient?
How does the adjective sufficient contrast with its synonyms? Some common synonyms of sufficient are adequate, competent, and enough. While all these words mean “being what is necessary or desirable,” sufficient suggests a close meeting of a need.
What are different ways to say rest?
take a rest / synonymstake a break. phr. & idi.rest. v.relax. v.sleep. v.take a breather. phr. & v.have a break. phr. & v.taking a break. phr.resting. n. & v.More items…
What are synonyms for rest?
rest1informal de-stress, take five, have a breather, take a breather, veg out, snooze, snatch forty winks, get some shut-eye.British informal kip, have a kip, get some kip.North American informal chill out, kick back, catch some Zs.literary slumber.
What is a word that means a state of resting?
1 : being or characterized by dormancy : quiescent a resting spore bulbs in the resting state. 2 : not undergoing or marked by division : vegetative a resting nucleus. Synonyms & Antonyms More Example Sentences Learn More about resting.
What is a grovel?
1 : to creep with the face to the ground : crawl. 2a : to lie or creep with the body prostrate in token of subservience or abasement groveled at the feet of the king. b : to abase oneself would not grovel for political advantage. 3 : to give oneself over to what is base or unworthy : wallow groveling in self-pity.
How do you say something works well?
You could use “effective” which means successful in a desired or intended result. Another word to use is “functional” because it means working or operating. “Successful” means an accomplishment or achievement and can describe something that works well.
What is the opposite word of well?
▲ Opposite of in a pleasing or satisfying manner. badly. awfully.