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Ring

Pronunciation of Ring
/ɹˈɪŋ/, /ɹˈɪŋ/, /ɹ_ˈɪ_ŋ/

Synonyms for ring:

Sense 1

diamond, clapper, amplify, deafen, prize fight, begird, envelop, ting-a-ling, Engirdle, girt, ripple, ornithologist, rope off, tocsin, bell pull, prize ring, Engird, enfold, hedge in, fade in, wheel, box off, gyre, ornithology, fade, wrap round, Birding, cincture, bell, Twitcher, summon, wall in, bird watching, kettle.

Sense 2

disk, encompass, procession, machine, ticket, fall away, hem, deepen, semicircle, sounding board, canvas, cartel.

Sense 3

conference, gird, sink, toll, court, ringer, quiet, contain, buzz, go off, ding, jingle, alliance, girdle.

Sense 4

formation, row, swell, rope.

Sense 5

blind.

Sense 6

ping, beset, go up.

Sense 7

combination.

Sense 8

eye, rise.

Sense 9

strike.

Sense 10

parade, scale.

Sense 11

chain.

Sense 22

line.

alliance

partnership.

beset

environ.

chime

knell.

clank

make noise.

closed-chain

closed chain.

coalition

bloc.

encircle

Engirdle, wreathe, Engird.

enclose

compass, hedge.

girt

girt.

jingle

jangle, tinkle.

peal

chime, ring out, tintinnabulate, peal.

plaything

trinket.

racecourse

racetrack.

resonate

resound.

telephone

ring up, call up, phone.

Other synonyms and related words:

call up, tinkle, echo, camp, aura, knell, hoop, nimbus, buzz, call, phone, telephone, glory, jingle, peal, prize ring, ring up, tintinnabulate, toll, chime, resound, aureole.

Sense 2 (noun)

jewelry.

Sense 3 (noun)

bloc, cartel, go off, amplify, swell, rise, deepen, fade, deafen.

Sense 4 (noun)

canvas, prize ring.

Sense 5 (noun)

ding-dong, jingle, tinkle, jangle, toll, chime.

Sense 6 (noun)

wheel, disk, gyre.

Sense 7 (noun)

envelop, eye, kettle, enclose, contain.

Sense 8 (noun)

combination.

Sense 10 (noun)

bell pull, clapper, ringer.

Sense 11 (noun)

bell, ping, ting-a-ling, ding.

Sense 13 (noun)

ornithologist, Birding, Twitcher, ornithology, bird watching, blind.

Sense 14 (noun)

dial.

Sense 15 (noun)

buzz.

Sense 17 (noun)

formation, parade, row, rope, semicircle, chain, procession, scale.

arena (noun)

beat, theater, gallery, hippodrome, battlefield, amphitheater, colosseum, region, battle-ground, precinct, room, province, area, bailiwick, dominion, circuit, stage, auditorium, realm, arena, pen, courtyard, circus, locale, turf, gymnasium, campus, setting, enclosure, hall, ground, domain, field.

artifact (noun)

band.

badge (noun)

ermine, talisman, regalia, baton, badge, mantle, mortarboard, wand, seal, crown, scepter, tiara, insignia, orb, pall, pin, uniform, tartan, signet, coronet, emblem.

chime, bell-like noise (noun)

call.

circle; circular object (noun)

band, brim, eye, arena, hoop, halo, circus, enclosure, circuit.

edge (noun)

coast, curb, brim, fence, brink, rim, outline, margin, tip, precipice, border, side, edge, extremity, frontier limit, sharpness, fringe, boundary, periphery, perimeter.

gems (noun)

jewelry.

group participating together (noun)

cartel, syndicate, clique, cell, bloc, crew, combination, crowd, cabal, camp, gang, party, coalition, coterie, faction, junta, outfit, troop, troupe, clan, mob, bunch.

jewelry (noun)

trinket.

pugilism (noun)

prize ring.

racecourse (noun)

racetrack.

ring (noun)

call up, closed chain, peal, hoop, pack, round, call, echo, anulus, encircle, reverberate, anchor ring, environ, doughnut, resound, circle, halo, ringing, surround, mob, gang, telephone, phone, annulus, tintinnabulation.

roundabout (noun)

annulus, circuitousness, loop, orbit, circumference, compass, areola, hemisphere, roundabout, circularity, halo.

social organization (noun)

club.

chime; make bell-like noise (verb)

jingle, knell, strike, reverberate, tintinnabulate, peal, resound, jangle, tinkle, toll, beat, buzz.

edge (verb)

bound, limit, trace, contour.

encircle (verb)

enclose, encompass, loop, hem in, round, gird, girdle, compass, rim, surround, begird, circle.

perception (verb)

peal.

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