Synonyms for score:
Other synonyms and related words:
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 13 (noun)
approximation, supposition, conclusion, computation, thought, presumption, system, division, deduction, calculus, appraisal, method, measurement, assessment, quantification, consideration, mathematics, enumeration, inference, estimation, evaluation, reckoning, valuation, multiplication, triangulation, arithmetic, judgement, algebra, statistics, calculation, algorithm, determination.
concerto, song, music, symphony.
five or more (noun)
decennium, sextuple, Jillion, fourscore, grand, octavo, sevenfold, million, gross, thousand, Duodecimo, trillion, septuple, teens, octet, octave, hexad, octagon, decade, hundredfold, sixfold, billion, dozen, hundred.
detail, documentation, file, invoice, docket, annals, registry, notebook, collection, record, index, roll, dictionary, calendar, summary, inventory, novel, waybill, annual, store, daybook, ledger, manifest, Storybook, digest, statement, log, album, tabulate, menu, Bank book, logbook, repertory, census, treasury, catalog, bill, budget, journal, roster, list, table, yearbook, recount, cash book, lexicon, pad, thesaurus, scroll, tablet, itemization, diary, history, scrapbook, blank-book, book, register, recording, workbook, chronicle.
concert, hymn, carol, blues, chorus, concerto, instrumental, ditty, music, composition, lyric, melody, psalm, bebop, syncopation, sonata, serenade, ballet, song, vocalization, symphony, aria, ballad, arrangement, jazz, tune, lullaby, air, quartet, harmony.
musical arrangement (noun)
musical score, music, composition.
obligation; account payable (noun)
total, points (noun)
achieve, succeed (verb)
annex, retrieve, claim, catch, take, procure, secure, get, fetch, capture, amass, palm, obtain, bag, purchase, corner, net, harvest, land, heap, incur, reap, wrangle, pocket, win, assume, lure, accumulate, receive, buy, acquire, garner.
discolor, splotch, nick, scar, speck, pockmark, deform, notch, fleck, dot, mar, defect, slit, hack, spoil, damage, disfigure, gash, mark, scrape, kink, abrade, check, blister, blemish, hurt, distort, deface, flaw, scuff, stain, tarnish, spot, chip, taint, blot, fracture, scratch, freckle.
calculate, tally, multiply, assess, guess, systematize, weigh, reckon, total, study, think, value, program, add, quantify, surmise, account, deduce, quantize, approximate, figure, appraise, evaluate, count, triangulate, scheme, enumerate, schedule, plot, estimate, rate, presume, compute, rank, conclude, gauge, determine, divide, measure, rationalize, judge, infer, consider, plan, suppose, sum.
cut, nick (verb)
keep count (verb)
benchmark, survey, test, calibrate, scale.
serrate, incise, cleave.
write a musical arrangement (verb)
Usage examples for score:
- They told Christian that he had no need for care on that score, for long use had made it law, and they could prove that it had been so for years. - "The Pilgrim's Progress in Words of One Syllable", Mary Godolphin.
- When " no side" was called, the score was nine all. - "The Loom of Youth", Alec Waugh.
- Even as he spoke the hillsmen gave the word, and two score men ran down behind the rocks, mounted, and were instantly away by the road that led to the Koongat Bridge. - "Cumner & South Sea Folk, Complete", Gilbert Parker.