Synonyms for dash:
finish line, gas pedal, headrest, glove compartment, festinate, demister, dimmer, abandon, freestyle, pacesetter, passenger seat, emergency brake, marathon, jump seat, mileometer, finishing line, sunscreen, dashboard, rear-view mirror, obstacle race, length, steeplechase, eddy, safety belt, air bag, personal best, in-car, dead heat, driver's seat, stampede, horn, peppiness, stagnate, steering wheel, time trial, starting block, speedometer, racer, punctuation, vigorousness, sprinter, flood out, glug, animation, headroom, skitter, ginger, wash away, throw, gear stick, stick shift, slosh, bucket seat, defogger, brio, action, odometer, minim, back seat, footrest, instrument panel, stir up, photo finish, floorboard, racing, courage, oomph, track record, splatter, cast up, vestige, track event, vivaciousness, booster seat, accelerator, wheel, visor, rerun, relay race, leading, drop back, clock, three-legged race, seat belt, dip switch, false start.
head start, gearbox, bespatter, ignition, verve, lap, vim, insinuate, esprit, whisker, bustle, sliver, whiff, soak in, meander, dot, sluice, disgorge, hurl, sparkle, percolate, stick, fleck, spot, subside, start, vivacity, vigor, molecule, tittle, whisk, finish, ounce, zoom, jot, pep, hotfoot, rocket, highball, blight, pertness, outrun, liveliness, launch, leg, Ort.
intimation, semblance, fire, hasten, punch, toss, nip, seethe, rip, hurtle, squirt, vitality, dram, siphon, runner, slop, ebb, baton, zip, running, trickle, starch, sail, scruple, hurry-up, relay, fragment, wash up, pinpoint, sling, tincture, spray, pour.
Other synonyms and related words:
chase, shade, blight, hint, crush, scuttle, spirit, hyphen, animation, sling, snap, zip, splash, shoot, ruin, blast, tinge, scud, haste, bespatter, bustle, heave, HIT, streak, drive, flutter, throw, swash, splatter, vestige, hustle, vim, starch, cast, hurl, career, tincture, verve, spatter, hasten, toss, slosh, pitch, fire, energy, fly, dashboard, punch, launch, bolt, smash, dot, fling.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
spatter, swash, slop, bespatter, slosh, spray, splatter.
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
Sense 9 (noun)
Sense 10 (noun)
stampede, surge, panic.
dash off (noun)
fast race for short distance (noun)
flair, style (noun)
flashiness, boastfulness, formality, opulence, parade, blatancy, affectedness, fuss, grandiloquence, splashiness, pomposity, sensationalism, gaudiness, vanity, grandiosity, ostentation, dramatics, swaggar, bravado, pomp, exhibitionism, rakishness, Flagrancy, pomp and circumstance, shamelessness, histrionics, flamboyance, garishness, pageantry, jauntiness, flourish, splendor, ornateness, snazziness, showmanship, showiness, Bravura.
small amount; suggestion (noun)
break by hitting or throwing violently (verb)
discourage, frustrate (verb)
run very fast for short distance (verb)
Usage examples for dash:
- At any moment Barebone might have to make a dash for the boat. - "The Last Hope", Henry Seton Merriman.
- Then another rise more or less than one hundred feet is experienced, and then another wild dash. - "Life in a Thousand Worlds", William Shuler Harris.
- Now- oh, dash it all, I don't know what to make of you, my dear. - "Bandit Love", Juanita Savage.