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Through

Antonyms for through:

indirect, unfinished.

Synonyms for through:

Sense 1

inward, anymore, Via, bottom-up, mechanized, sorted, whereby, exhausted, done with, thereby.

Sense 2

straightforward, done for, washed-up, head-on, throughout, thus, translucent, midway, intervening, top-down.

Sense 3

halfway, kaput.

Sense 4

within, behind, over.

Sense 7

past.

Sense 9

formal.

Sense 12

out.

Sense 13

in.

as

During.

finish

distance.

transcontinental

overland.

Other synonyms and related words:

done with, concluded, inward, formal, through with, ended, by, over, mechanized, up, halfway, exhausted, in, With, done for, washed-up, thereby, terminated, athwart, Amid, whereby, anymore, because of, behind, Among, Via, bottom-up, During, kaput, head-on, midway, throughout, owing to, direct, completed, top-down, across, at, straight, within, past, through and through, down, distance, straightforward, thus.

complete (adjective)

entire, total, unified, unsevered, done with, integral, final, done, universal, solid, finished, uncut, accomplished, plenary, conclusive, unabridged, full, comprehensive, undivided, intact, whole, exhaustive, thorough, terminated, all, sum, collective, complete.

direct (adjective)

straight, straightforward.

done (adjective)

concluded, over, ended, finished, completed, terminated, complete.

done for (adjective)

kaput.

ingoing (adjective)

inward.

inserted (adjective)

Infiltrated, embedded, Insinuated, Inserted, Lodged, intruding, implanted, inset, Penetrated, pierced, Injected.

perforated (adjective)

bored, Poked, Gouged, Skewered, spiked, perforated, Penetrated, punctured, stuck, Punched, drilled, needled, Speared, Lanced, pierced.

near (adverb)

by.

Sense 2 (noun)

within, across, in.

Sense 3 (noun)

throughout, During.

Sense 4 (noun)

past, anymore, exhausted.

Sense 5 (noun)

at.

Sense 8 (noun)

head-on, bottom-up, top-down, mechanized, formal, whereby, Via, thus.

direction (noun)

at.

finished (noun)

over, completed, ended.

between, during (preposition)

in, past, within, throughout.

by way of (preposition)

by, Via, because of, With.

direct (verb)

straight.

Usage examples for through:

  • You don't see through the pretences of people. - "Gargoyles", Ben Hecht.
  • But how could you go through? - "The Amazing Interlude", Mary Roberts Rinehart.
  • Always read your stick, boy, through life. - "The Story of Antony Grace", George Manville Fenn.

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