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Lock

Antonyms for lock:

loosen, withdraw, unlock.

Synonyms for lock:

entirely (adverb)

completely.

Sense 1

combination lock, keyhole, sluice, leer, dock, dead bolt, mortise lock, stare down, glower, bore into, outstare, fix with.

Sense 2

safety, Everything, deadlock, lockdown.

Sense 3

confine.

Sense 4

detain.

Sense 6

set, lower.

Sense 7

gross, eye.

Sense 9

meet.

clasp

hold fast.

close

shut.

join

splice.

latch

padlock.

rugby

scrum half, rugby, touchdown, line-out, ruck, Rugby League, tackle, fifteen, place kick, test match, Rugby Union, scrum, the Triple Crown, Australian Rules football, fly half, conversion, conversion kick, convert, try, prop, scrummage.

shock

tress.

tuft

wisp.

Other synonyms and related words:

curl, plight, deadlock, cast aside, shut up, close up, belt up, run, enlace, try, seal in, set, button up, put to sleep, whorl, absorb, immure, charter, put away, go, lock chamber, pursue, intertwine, chuck out, function, padlock, enmesh, volute, occupy, incarcerate, put behind bars, fling, throw away, entwine, completely, be quiet, lock out, dock, keep mum, prosecute, mesh, manoeuver, cast out, meet, hush, shut away, ignition lock, toss away, helix, ensnarl, affiance, sluice, dispose, scroll, engage, throw out, lag, line-out, operate on, operate, intern, lease, interlace, toss, lock in, tuck in, lower, interlock, confine, hire, leer, curlicue, scrum, prop, engross, enlist, hush up, gross, spiral, toss out, sure thing, employ, discard, remand, dummy up, quieten, wisp, ringlet, safety, keyhole, work, combination lock, outstare, gyre, lock away, glower, eye, roll, still, take, tackle, control, jail, cast away, detain, conversion, rent, coil, Everything, clam up, tuck away, tress, fifteen, commit, ruck, ringlet butterfly, imprison, lock up, betroth.

Sense 1 (noun)

padlock.

Sense 2 (noun)

tress.

Sense 4 (noun)

confine.

Sense 5 (noun)

intern, detain.

Sense 6 (noun)

set.

Sense 8 (noun)

lock out.

Sense 9 (noun)

deadlock, keyhole, combination lock, dead bolt.

Sense 10 (noun)

glower, meet, leer, fix with, outstare, stare down, bore into, lower, eye.

body (noun)

ringlet, whorl, curl.

closure (noun)

cork, obstruction, stopper, plug, choke.

device that fastens and bars free passage (noun)

bolt, clamp, fastening, clasp, bond, latch, padlock, hasp, catch, hook, clinch, link.

fastener (noun)

buckle, clamp, suture, clasp, band, cleat, Vinculum, cinch, middleman, hook, go-between, stitch, nail, mucilage, ligament, hinge, medium, fastener, binding, belt, splice, zipper, latch, hitch, hawser, cement, bond, knot, rabbet, clinch, tie, tack, cotter, lace, cincture, skewer, rivet, staple, fuse, guy, connector, link, seal, agent, binder, glue, fastening, paste, thread, spike, coupling, pin, string, twine, bolt, clip, bonding, stay, hasp, knitting, chain, mediator, anchor, button, brad, vise, weld, strap, brace, catch, grapnel, braid, bracket, snap, closure.

hair (noun)

tress.

lock (noun)

interlace, shut up, operate, interlock, lock chamber, engage, lock up, mesh, put away, lock in, shut away, ringlet, curl, whorl, lock away, ignition lock.

ringlet (noun)

ringlet.

rugby (noun)

convert, place kick, fifteen, line-out, Australian Rules football, conversion kick, fly half, prop, conversion.

close (verb)

block, jam, close, stop, join, secure, shut, fasten, barricade.

fasten, clasp (verb)

entwine, button, seal, secure, close, engage, button up, shut, mesh, join.

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defensible, defendable, justifiable, excusable, defendable, defensible, justifiable, well-founded, reasonable, sensible.

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