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Service

Antonyms for service:

hurt, detriment, disservice, loss, injury, disadvantage.

Synonyms for service:

Sense 1

electricity, good turn, troubleshooting, full employment, communication, transportation, public transport, public transportation, do-it-yourself, mass transit, running repair, plate, departure.

Sense 2

incumbent, convenience, freight, adjust, indulgence, office, shuttle, favor, renewal, kindness, transit, church, courtesy, duty, maintenance.

Sense 3

arrival, repair, conveyance, energy, setup.

Sense 4

transport, mend, working.

Sense 5

turn.

Sense 6

link.

Sense 8

grace.

allegiance

devotion.

armed

military.

favor

accommodation.

help

hand, leg up, succor, patronage, buddy system, contribution, advancement, good works, backup, backscratching, ministrations.

interest

behalf.

platter

tray.

robert william service

Robert William Service.

silver

silverware.

Other synonyms and related words:

helping, suffice, receipts, armed service, transportation, advantage, arrival, military service, dish, turn, redevelopment, electricity, maintenance, devotion, martial, portion, profit, religious service, communication, cooperation, wait on, attend to, emolument, armed forces, convenience, kindness, dish out, mileage, military, link, answer, process, servicing, divine service, dish up, benevolence, duty, courtesy, swear out, improvement, shuttle, color, working, overhaul, inspection and repair, service of process, table service, mercy, grace, church, silverware, favor, renovation, helper, serving, adjust, patronage, accommodation, serve, solemnity, renewal, troop, bureau, usefulness, setup, supporter, indulgence, services, succor, Robert William Service, DO, contribution, plate, energy, assistant, serviceableness, division, serve well, mend, good turn, serve up, department, behalf, office, advancement, assist, branch, account, repair, transport, serviceability, attend.

Sense 4 (noun)

duty.

Sense 5 (noun)

bureau, branch, office.

Sense 6 (noun)

favor, indulgence, good turn, grace, kindness.

Sense 14 (noun)

departure, communication, public transportation, freight, public transport, mass transit, link, conveyance.

Sense 21 (noun)

mend.

Sense 22 (noun)

do-it-yourself, repair, maintenance, renewal, running repair.

Sense 23 (noun)

incumbent, full employment, working.

aid (noun)

benefit, Mothering, attendant, avail, endowment, aid, agency, motivation, help, assistance, ministration, relief, encouragement, support, sustenance, facilitation.

aid, help (noun)

indulgence, ministration, office, maintenance, business, benefit, employment, servicing, account, courtesy, utility, labor, advantage, serviceability, usefulness, avail, favor, kindness, assistance, overhaul, use, duty.

application (noun)

conduct, use, exercise, utility, application, utilization, operation, exertion, usage, function.

armed forces (noun)

armed service, military service.

assist (noun)

facilitation.

business (noun)

enterprise, occupation, holding, corporation, transaction, position, activity, concern, profession, firm, business, barter, retailing, market, career, venture, job, merchant, interest, management, industry, livelihood, trade, commission, selling, partnership, negotiation, specialty, calling, station, practice, situation, exchange, posting, company, consortium, proprietorship, affair, assignment, busy work, establishment, employment, commerce, vocation, labor.

help (noun)

cooperation, contribution, hand, buddy system.

military service (noun)

duty, military.

person (noun)

Robert William Service.

rite (noun)

holiday, revival, transubstantiation, communion, matrimony, initiation, rite, novena, last rites, ceremony, marriage, ritual, confirmation, sacrament, mass, evensong, eucharist, celebration, wedlock, canon, solemnization, baptism, christening, vesper, convocation, sacrifice, nones, missal, liturgy, Siddur, observance, remembrance.

rite of a church (noun)

ceremony, observance, function, liturgy, ritual.

service (noun)

help, overhaul, table service, inspection and repair, divine service, servicing, Robert William Service, military service, serving, armed service, religious service, service of process, serve, avail.

serviceableness (noun)

utility.

subordination (noun)

obedience, supineness, deference, enslavement, servility, compliance, bondage, submission, subjection, constraint, subjugation, subordination, serfdom, subservience, thrall, slavery.

aid (verb)

cooperation.

contact (verb)

serve.

social (verb)

serve.

Usage examples for service:

  • We have come to find Fin MacCumhail, chief of the Fenians of Erin, and take service with him." - "Myths and Folk Tales of Ireland", Jeremiah Curtin.
  • How long have you been in service here? - "The Man Who Knew", Edgar Wallace.
  • We now serve people, but our service is small, though it is to the best of our strength. - "Fables for Children, Stories for Children, Natural Science Stories, Popular Education, Decembrists, Moral Tales", Leo Tolstoy.

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