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Figure

Antonyms for figure:

nobody, ground.

Synonyms for figure:

Sense 1

body, human, dignitary, note, mover and shaker, leading light, BMOC, somatic, prime mover, exploded, heavyweight, necessitate, body clock, nabob, virtual community, overbalance, big shot, big wheel, kingmaker, grandee, eminence grise, kingpin, big cheese, pixelated, body image, boil down to, the big boys, corporal, big gun, notables, bigwig, top banana, prince, bodily, doll, outweigh, goliath, stand out, godfather, thing, authority figure, Svengali, big noise.

Sense 2

colonize, computation, biological clock, hitter, eminence, arbiter, establishment, working, cardboard cut-out, deem, celebrity, illustration, physically, predominate, split-screen, cutaway, demigod, precede, motif, prioritize, override, emphasize, cutout, mockup, arithmetic, mogul, underpin, casting, come before, dean, heavy hitter, dominate, sectional, person.

Sense 3

formation, prevail, signify, call for, reign, template, worthy, internal, number one, motive.

Sense 4

player, believe.

Sense 5

weight, physical, miniature.

Sense 6

community, indicate, major, cap, device.

Sense 8

solid, great.

Sense 9

hold.

Sense 12

heavy.

Sense 14

top, section.

add

tally, sum.

add up

total.

analyze

figure out, evaluate.

calculate

multiply.

gauge

gauge.

measure

quantify.

resolve

puzzle out.

suppose

opine.

Other synonyms and related words:

celebrity, figure of speech, presence, token, notability, somebody, type, mogul, heavyweight, note, worthy, person, nabob, bigwig, device, work out, pattern, personage, body, fashion, physical body, name, luminary, anatomy, emblem, flesh.

Sense 2 (noun)

body.

Sense 4 (noun)

person, budget, personality, personage.

Sense 5 (noun)

bodily, physically, human, physical, somatic, body image, computation, arithmetic.

Sense 9 (noun)

formation.

Sense 10 (noun)

mockup, casting, miniature, exploded, cardboard cut-out, cutaway.

anatomy (noun)

shape, framework, form.

appearance (noun)

aspect, countenance, air, cast, display, look, demeanor, appearance, vista, bearing, shape, spectacle, show, view, form, image, mien.

dignitary (noun)

celebrity.

doll (noun)

figurine.

form (noun)

features, build, physique, mold, structure, configuration.

format (noun)

formula.

manikin (noun)

manikin.

model (noun)

mockup, statuette, look-alike.

number (noun)

character, notation, numeral, bit, number, sign, symbol, cipher, integer, digit.

outline (noun)

delineation, skeleton, drawing, contour, perimeter, circumference, outline, tracing, border, frame, silhouette, limit, representation, framework, wire frame, profile, girth, periphery, sketch.

persona (noun)

persona.

price (noun)

cost, duty, amount, dearness, levy, price, expense, charge, worth, damage, tab, tax, tariff, toll, outlay, premium, quotation.

sculpture (noun)

bust, mannequin, relief, bronze, molding, sculpture, statue, cameo, figurine, carving.

specialty (noun)

difference, flavor, particularity, feature, specialization, individuality, Discriminant, mark, forte, peculiarity, stamp, quirk, way, quality, property, definiteness, hallmark, mannerism, trait, idiosyncrasy, characteristic, specialty, cachet, keynote.

add (verb)

compute, calculate.

analyze (verb)

study, consider, interpret, figure out, judge, evaluate.

anticipate (verb)

visualize, count on, foretell, foresee, prognosticate, forecast.

figure (verb)

puzzle out, guess, reckon, think, estimate, discover, see, suppose, solve, count, add, tally, work out, determine, enumerate, rule, conclude, opine.

outline (verb)

trace, circumscribe, draw, draft, represent, delineate.

price (verb)

value, charge, tax, rate, toll, price.

prototype (verb)

prototype, model, imagine.

stative (verb)

enter.

Usage examples for figure:

  • But I believe the gentleman who will accompany you is of the same figure as myself." - "The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons", Jacques Casanova de Seingalt.
  • Upon a great bed lay the figure of a man asleep. - "The Mad King", Edgar Rice Burroughs.
  • The figure to which Paula had been talking was moving slowly toward them. - "Astounding Stories of Super-Science July 1930", Various.

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