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Antonyms
Etymology

1. remove

verb. ['ri??mu?v'] remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract.

Synonyms

  • get out
  • decarbonise
  • scale
  • undock
  • hollow
  • clear
  • divest
  • take off
  • carve out
  • head
  • defang
  • drive out
  • enucleate
  • flick
  • decorticate
  • pull up
  • wash off
  • bail
  • pit
  • bur
  • decarbonize
  • chip away
  • brush
  • clean
  • hypophysectomize
  • decarburise
  • clear up
  • spoon
  • unstring
  • clear out
  • scalp
  • tusk
  • throw off
  • demineralise
  • disembowel
  • drop
  • bear away
  • hull
  • skim
  • draw off
  • stem
  • unburden
  • knock out
  • wipe off
  • crumb
  • cancel
  • dredge
  • throw
  • de-iodinate
  • wear off
  • carry away
  • strip
  • pull off
  • discharge
  • suck out
  • decarburize
  • lift
  • aspirate
  • extirpate
  • pull
  • muck
  • gut
  • shake off
  • chip away at
  • empty
  • lade
  • tip
  • leach
  • dislodge
  • resect
  • laden
  • unsaddle
  • take up
  • wash away
  • condense
  • tear away
  • string
  • cut into
  • dig
  • scoop up
  • stone
  • unveil
  • pull out
  • descale
  • disburden
  • decoke
  • dehorn
  • decalcify
  • defuse
  • take out
  • debone
  • scoop out
  • wear away
  • wipe away
  • pick
  • cut off
  • eliminate
  • extract
  • harvest
  • expectorate
  • cast off
  • carry off
  • desorb
  • shell
  • cream off
  • free
  • cream
  • ream
  • unhinge
  • undress
  • skim off
  • demineralize
  • cast
  • withdraw
  • scavenge
  • shuck
  • take
  • throw away
  • disinvest
  • take away
  • draw out
  • unpack
  • eviscerate
  • offsaddle
  • tear off
  • ladle
  • burl
  • draw
  • depilate
  • excavate
  • degas
  • bone
  • delve
  • bail out
  • delouse
  • hypophysectomise
  • scoop
  • clear away
  • detoxify
  • circumcise
  • wash
  • clear off
  • husk
  • exenterate
  • bale out
  • dismantle
  • ablate
  • amputate
  • winnow
  • draw away
  • wash out
  • de-ionate
  • burr
  • weed
  • bear off
  • epilate
  • seed
  • lift out
  • turn over
  • shed
  • detoxicate
  • delete

Antonyms

  • dock
  • burden
  • saddle
  • charge
  • lodge
  • fuse
  • ionate
  • calcify
  • iodinate
  • string

Etymology

  • remeven (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Words that Rhyme with Remove

  • disapprove
  • disprove
  • improve
  • struve
  • behoove
  • approve
  • veuve
  • stuve
  • stueve
  • prove
  • groove
  • you've
  • juve
  • duve

Example sentences of the word remove


1. Verb, base form
Also remove the flushing attachment and the hose and close the motor cover.

Quotes containing the word remove


1. It is better to remain silent at the risk of being thought a fool, than to talk and remove all doubt of it.
- Maurice Switzer

2. I'm not the kind of person who likes to shout out my personal issues from the rooftops, but with my bipolar becoming public, I hope fellow sufferers will know it's completely controllable. I hope I can help remove any stigma attached to it, and that those who don't have it under control will seek help with all that is available to treat it.
- Catherine Zeta-Jones

3. Wherever you are, be there totally. If you find your here and now intolerable and it makes you unhappy, you have three options: remove yourself from the situation, change it, or accept it totally. If you want to take responsibility for your life, you must choose one of those three options, and you must choose now. Then accept the consequences.
- Eckhart Tolle

2. remove

verb. ['ri??mu?v'] dispose of.

Synonyms

  • degrease
  • decarbonate
  • dispose
  • slough off
  • comb out
  • cull
  • desulphurize
  • chuck out
  • defat
  • deionize
  • dump
  • fettle
  • decerebrate
  • flense
  • toss away
  • desulfurize
  • toss
  • toss out
  • cast out
  • unmuzzle
  • cast away
  • pith
  • fling
  • put away
  • defibrinate
  • unbridle
  • throw out
  • destain
  • delist
  • dechlorinate
  • kern
  • deaerate
  • weed out
  • decaffeinate
  • ditch
  • cast aside
  • detick
  • deoxygenate
  • devein
  • get rid of
  • work off
  • delocalize
  • scum
  • de-aerate
  • throw away
  • discard

Antonyms

  • kern
  • muzzle
  • natural elevation
  • full

Etymology

  • remeven (Middle English (1100-1500))

3. remove

verb. ['ri??mu?v'] remove from a position or an office.

Synonyms

  • send away
  • terminate
  • dismiss
  • expel
  • drum out
  • winkle out
  • give the sack
  • pull off
  • can
  • force out
  • oust
  • give notice
  • invalid
  • bench
  • throw out
  • boot out
  • drop
  • sack
  • unseat
  • kick out
  • give the axe
  • displace

Antonyms

  • solid
  • hollowness
  • meaningful
  • unreverberant

Etymology

  • remeven (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. remove

verb. ['ri??mu?v'] shift the position or location of, as for business, legal, educational, or military purposes.

Synonyms

  • transfer

Antonyms

  • confront
  • fill

Etymology

  • remeven (Middle English (1100-1500))

5. remove

verb. ['ri??mu?v'] cause to leave.

Synonyms

  • estrange
  • clear
  • move
  • move out
  • call in

Antonyms

  • break even
  • lose
  • indistinct
  • unclearness

Etymology

  • remeven (Middle English (1100-1500))

6. remove

verb. ['ri??mu?v'] go away or leave.

Synonyms

  • go away
  • absent
  • disappear

Antonyms

  • come
  • file in
  • enter
  • pop in

Etymology

  • remeven (Middle English (1100-1500))

7. remove

noun. ['ri??mu?v'] degree of figurative distance or separation; .

Antonyms

  • get on

Etymology

  • remeven (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. remove

verb. ['ri??mu?v'] get rid of something abstract.

Synonyms

  • take away

Antonyms

  • sheathe
  • arrive

Etymology

  • remeven (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. remove

verb. ['ri??mu?v'] kill intentionally and with premeditation.

Synonyms

  • execute
  • polish off
  • off
  • dispatch
  • burke
  • hit
  • kill
  • slay
  • bump off

Antonyms

  • ambiguous
  • obscurity
  • incomprehensible
  • indefinite

Etymology

  • remeven (Middle English (1100-1500))
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