Pronunciation of Company
/kˈʌmpəni/, /kˈʌmpəni/, /k_ˈʌ_m_p_ə_n_i/

Antonyms for company:

privacy, seclusion, solitude, retirement.

Synonyms for company:

Sense 1

docker, submariner, boatman, denizen, contingent, old salt, sea dog, scouting party, cap'n, dinner party, visitor, drill team, crewman, habitue, buccaneer, ferryman, man-about-town, special operations, invitee, rearguard, guest of honor, garrison, party pooper, raver, sea captain, coffee klatch, firing squad, dancer, seaman, task force, cavalry, ballerina, expeditionary force, employer, house guest, honor guard, paratroops, stevedore, mariner, go-go dancer, reveler, syndicate, advance guard, vanguard, party animal, general staff, guard of honour, bosun, guest, hoofer, helmsman, legionary, tasting, blind date, guard, longshoreman, yachtswoman, visiting fireman, visitant, shipmate, partygoer, yachtsman, squadron, singalong, militia, kaffeeklatch, sailor, agency, purser, socialite, cohort.

Sense 2

concentration, headquarters, boarder, wallflower, legion, stag, expedition, black tie, open house, institution, picket, cast, skipper, escort, corps, attendance, ensemble, jolly, conclave, reserve, cheerleader, reunion.

Sense 3

consort, visit, singsong, organization, foundation, congress, column, get together, event, alliance.

Sense 4

command, evening, meeting, competition.

Sense 5

chorus, hostess, pilot, captain, night, engineer, line.

Sense 6

attend, fringe.

Sense 7


Sense 8

hand, house.

Sense 17








Other synonyms and related words:

lodge, command, hostess, community, conjunction, ship's company, beau monde, ferryman, evening, presence, captain, institution, corps, bosun, association, cast, function, denizen, meeting, cohort, participation, rank, congress, guild, comradery, Family, comradeship, get together, habitue, contingent, sight, alliance, headquarters, house, political party, singalong, helmsman, night, engineer, membership, class, come with, caller, garrison, attach to, telephoner, escort, purser, connection, companionship, manufacturer, employer, factory, convocation, column, expedition, consociate, buccaneer, brotherhood, DO, socialite, bon ton, invitee, squadron, camaraderie, caller-up, attend, legion, visitor, squire, stevedore, consort, guard, go with, jolly, partygoer, shipmate, high society, guest, rearguard, convoy, organization, militia, dancer, throng, seaman, phoner, smart set, cavalry, fringe, keep company, congregation, visit, boarder, ballerina, syndicate, crewman, mariner, foundation, sailor, line, reserve, competition, ensemble, caller-out, attendance, concourse, boatman, gathering, task force, picket, docker, visitant, conclave, legionary, grade, convention, cheerleader, accompany, follow, concentration, order, gild, chorus, reunion, agency, conference, event.

Sense 1 (noun)

agency, organization.

Sense 2 (noun)

command, contingent, throng, advance guard, gathering, cavalry.

Sense 3 (noun)


Sense 4 (noun)

cheerleader, chorus, visit, drill team, dancer, ballerina.

Sense 5 (noun)

congregation, evening, coffee klatch, congress, conference, fringe, get together, dinner party, event, conclave, competition, black tie, meeting, DO, convention, blind date, convocation.

Sense 6 (noun)

bosun, cap'n, crewman, docker, captain, visitor, buccaneer, boatman, visitant.

Sense 7 (noun)

invitee, partygoer, party animal, hostess, guest of honor, man-about-town, socialite.

Sense 8 (noun)


Sense 9 (noun)


Sense 10 (noun)

escort, attend, consort.

business (noun)

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

business concern (noun)

concern, syndicate, establishment, firm, enterprise, partnership, corporation, business, house.

business establishment (noun)


cohort (noun)

pal, consociate, mate.

collection (noun)


company (noun)

companionship, troupe, society, ship's company, keep company, companion, caller, party, fellowship, accompany.

crowd of people (noun)

circle, throng, crew, party, convention, corps, congregation, clique, ensemble, gathering, retinue, troop, assemblage, gang, community, set, team, order, collection, mob, league, troupe, association, pack, concourse, aggregation, body, ring, coterie, band, group, clan, assembly, club, outfit.

expedition (noun)


friend (noun)

chum, crony, fellow, schoolmate, mate, playmate, ally, Familiar, co-worker, buddy, companion, intimate, cousin, acquaintance, brother, teammate, friend, roommate, partner, colleague, classmate, pal, sister, amigo, comrade, confidant.

social friend, guest (noun)

caller, companionship, society, visitor, presence, boarder.

social organization (noun)


visitor (noun)

invitee, visitor.

Usage examples for company:

  • It was a brave company that sat down. - "Laramie Holds the Range", Frank H. Spearman.
  • Let us sing something in company. - "The Student-Life of Germany", William Howitt.

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