Pronunciation of Collar
/kˈɒlə/, /kˈɒlə/, /k_ˈɒ_l_ə/
Synonyms for collar:
hassock, turtleneck, tithe, splint, accost, Plaster Of Paris, shoulder pad, cuff, psalter, cassock, gusset, talon, altar, care label, hemline, frock, graven image, inside leg, armhole, sacrament, feather, wafer, coattails, biretta, corner, beak, corset, hip pocket, lapel, tourniquet, the Holy Grail, cotton wool ball, crew neck, shirttail, plaster cast, choke chain, rood screen, patch pocket, the Eucharist, scoop neck, crucifix, cotton wool, neckline, shirtsleeves, pantyliner, vestment, plumage, stoup, flies, facing, waistband, washer, madonna, collection plate, cotton ball, first-aid kit, eye patch, cockscomb, bodice, font, stirrup, rosary, circle, gypsum, Inseam, flea collar, band, brace, gizzard, Easter Egg, stigmata, shirtfront, grommet, breast pocket, ice pack, holy water, wingtip, wing collar, poultice, surplice, talk at, truss.
ladder, ring, wattle, cotton, elbow, v neck, bandage, shoulder, finger, neck, tuck, walking stick, shoulder strap, buttonhole, band aid, walker, cane, support, dressing, icon, hem, skirt, tabernacle, mandible, lint, dart, pickup, waistline.
take, gather up.
Other synonyms and related words:
grab, deuce-ace, nail, find out, match, compress, tithe, band aid, iii, pocket, boom, blast, fly, sail through, neckline, crucifix, emergency, grasp, band, misgiving, cuff, hem, choker, stay, snitch, sacrament, nail down, trio, biretta, quail at, coat, cop, tierce, ruff, elate, crutch, dig, washer, cane, learn, garroter, ternion, stop, down, splint, ruffle, dread, halt, lapel, crest, armhole, pinch, shoulder, arm, tweak, neckband, strangler, hold back, bib, stoup, gimmick, buttonhole, dog collar, bandage, facing, peg, altar, staff, savvy, plaster, train, touch, glom, pinpoint, get the picture, tinge, check, terzetto, cotton, hear, wing, soupcon, intoxicate, truss, triplet, turn around, three, support, hook, discover, nab, trinity, complete, corner, circle, run, gather up, collect, muzzle, pack, lei, web, font, lift up, turtleneck, perk, clerical collar, wafer, cross, cockscomb, neck, peck, wingtip, tercet, cassock, uplift, compass, discernment, apprehension, wattle, hitch, contain, ternary, stoppage, taking into custody, flange, garrotter, apprehensiveness, lint, seizure, bodice, elbow, smash, tabernacle, brace, corset, bill, thieve, ring, get wind, gain vigor, exigency, flies, jot, get word, coattails, Arrestment, throttler, tuck, understanding, neck ruff, knee, feather, speck, gizzard, troika, mite, comprehend, grommet, get a line, beak, ace, call for, hint, perk up, accost, necklace, dart, receive, gypsum, see, ladder, sweep through, triad, comb, walker, trine, breeze through, panel, trey, vent, cast, sleeve, pickup, bust, lead, snap, talon, stoop, turn back, haul, frock, percolate, tail, hold.
Sense 1 (noun)
talk at, corner, accost.
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
muzzle, flea collar, coat, choke chain.
neck attire (noun)
ruff, neckband, choker.
taking into custody (noun)
Usage examples for collar:
- The collar goes so well with that black dress." - "Pixie O'Shaughnessy", Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey.
- She was pulling his collar straight while she talked, so that he could not get away from her. - "The Valley of Decision", Edith Wharton.
- It was scarcely a minute until a boy had that collar, with instructions to get another just like it. - "Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford", George Randolph Chester.