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Place

Antonyms for place:

disarrange, displace, misplace, unsettle.

Synonyms for place:

Sense 1

chair, Ossuary, dispose, incumbency, Fame, street, buy into, terrene, overstock, hide out, pin on, atrium, earthbound, milieu, buy in, tellurian, populate, recognize, catacomb, mail out, enlist, venue, load up on, circumstance, posit, raffle, empyreal, market, gamble away, gig, surroundings, job, invest in, hideaway, cinerarium, bill as, relaunch, endorse, publicize, buy up, juxtapose, telluric, sepulture, snap up, enclosure, advertise, park, gamble, Emplace, stamping ground, direction.

Sense 2

ambiance, niche, environs, bet, dwell, terrestrial, courtyard, citadel, parlay, import, crypt, hangout, finger, put back, vicinity, estimate, earthly, locale, reside, wager, celestial, grave, sojourn, factory, tenure, secular, climate, expanse, vault, mausoleum, inhabit, tomb, hype, sepulcher, mundane, acquire, stronghold, flank, leeway, setting, slot, orientation, purchase, headquarters, occupancy, yard, temporal.

Sense 3

buy, promote, visit, residence, expansion, rendezvous, finish, saloon, capital, lair, latitude, affix, quadrangle, reservation, haunt, Elbowroom, margin, room, environment, bang, earthen, approximate, earthy, hub, toss, poise, worldly, atmosphere, lodge.

Sense 4

earth, book, slam, pick up, works, stay, plug, reckon, mill, occupy, occupation, den, lodging, scope.

Sense 5

bearing, live, appointment, relay, resort, heavenly, perch, installation, rest, court.

Sense 6

flip, abide, pitch, world, extent, medium.

Sense 7

distribute, pile, fasten.

Sense 8

hand.

Sense 9

put on, work.

Sense 10

put out, come up.

Sense 13

way.

Sense 18

back.

Sense 20

call.

apply

lay on.

arrange

collocate.

attach

name.

bench

pew.

function

capacity.

grade

quality.

insert

interject.

install

put in, build in.

interest

behalf.

judge

sit.

line

ordinate, line.

locality

neck of the woods.

locate

situate, lay hands on.

order

regularize, normalize.

post

posting.

Other synonyms and related words:

appointment, invest, room, lieu, set out, echelon, function, piazza, induct, distribute, berth, stead, business, say, incumbency, billet, peg, court, give, space, placement, lodge, locale, plaza, dispose, scope, stick, put in, address, identify, collocate, seat, posture.

Sense 2 (noun)

occupation, job.

Sense 3 (noun)

court, yard, park.

Sense 4 (noun)

buy, import, purchase, snap up, buy up, invest in, acquire.

Sense 6 (noun)

residence, lodging.

Sense 7 (noun)

endorse, market, pitch, advertise, hype, bill as, locale, mail out, plug.

Sense 9 (noun)

niche.

Sense 10 (noun)

back, gamble, gig, slot, bet, toss, appointment.

Sense 11 (noun)

pile.

Sense 12 (noun)

whereabouts, setting.

Sense 17 (noun)

put on.

Sense 19 (noun)

juxtapose.

chair (noun)

sedan.

circumstance (noun)

phase.

duty, role (noun)

charge, right, function.

enclosure (noun)

fairground.

haunt (noun)

hangout.

locality (noun)

residence.

location (noun)

locus, situation, spot, emplacement, posting, whereabouts, property, scene, topographic point.

location with purpose, function (noun)

distance, house, property, hangout, country, locale, field, abode, situation, whereabouts, position, locus, point, pad, plant, zone, locality, latitude, spot, habitat, stead, home, dwelling, venue, room, region, city, berth, reservation, seat, station, district, site, area, neighborhood, niche, residence, domicile, town, lay, part, vicinity, quarter.

position, rank (noun)

footing, slot, standing, state, grade, status, capacity.

precedence (noun)

anticipation, priority, antecedence, primacy, position, earliness, precession, precedence.

quarter (noun)

quarter.

quarters (noun)

accommodations.

rank (noun)

footing, term, degree, step, scale, range, status, standing.

region (noun)

circuit, bailiwick, domain, kingdom, riding, district, country, commonweal, empire, precinct, municipality, city, neighborhood, colony, nation, tract, sector, lot, earldom, region, division, county, realm, dukedom, duchy, canton, quarter, borough, area, state, field, parcel, locality, town, beat, shire, zone, territory, province.

room (noun)

Elbowroom, room.

situation (noun)

state of affairs, placement.

social status (noun)

footing.

space (noun)

extent, room, reservation.

title (noun)

colors, grace, honor, reverence, shield, role, crest, chevron, title, seniority, garland, crown, highness, coronet, decoration, bestowal.

attribute (verb)

refer, attach, brand, assign, impute, connect, apply, cite, set, mark, acknowledge, blame, accredit, cast, attribute, ascribe, credit.

identify, recognize (verb)

determine, distinguish, tell, indicate, pinpoint.

install (verb)

embed, plant, ensconce, build in, implant, put, Instate, install, initiate, graft, root, locate, insert.

locate (verb)

find, pinpoint, post, situate, lay, unearth, discover.

locate, situate (verb)

establish, peg, repose, rest, stand, set, fix, distribute, stick, settle, park, install, put, finger, lodge, assign.

order (verb)

schedule, stratify, class, maintain, orchestrate, plot, categorize, settle, type, grade, chart, fix, order, harmonize, marshal, devise, screen, sort, systematize, integrate, support, stabilize, form, right, scheme, prepare, structure, compose, score, establish, pigeonhole, sift, organize, unsnarl, plan, group, Methodize, shape, classify, balance, separate, array, subordinate, normalize, rate, control, mediate, adjust, arrange, rationalize, collate, unify, regulate, schematize, rank, program, design, frame.

order, sort (verb)

rank, classify, entrust, class, nominate, group, arrange, give, reckon, ordain, approximate, designate, appoint, estimate, constitute, call, name.

rank (verb)

grade, mark, scale, position, rank.

situate (verb)

stand.

Usage examples for place:

  • Here is the place. - "A Red Wallflower", Susan Warner.
  • That's what I did, and it's what you would have done in my place. - "The Northern Light", E. Werner.
  • I take his mother's place. - "Plays A Protégée of the Mistress; Poverty Is No Crime; Sin and Sorrow Are Common to All; It's a Family Affair--We'll Settle It Ourselves", Alexander Ostrovsky.

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