46 Verbs That End With RD

Part of Speech:
Word Definitions Synonyms
accord (verb) go together Synonyms: consort, agree, harmonise, harmonize, concord, fit in
(verb) allow to have Synonyms: grant, allot
afford (verb) be able to spare or give up
(verb) be the cause or source of Synonyms: give, yield
(verb) have the financial means to do something or buy something
(verb) afford access to Synonyms: give, open
award (verb) give, especially as an honor or reward Synonyms: present
(verb) give as judged due or on the basis of merit Synonyms: grant
bard (verb) put a caparison on Synonyms: dress up, caparison, barde
beard (verb) go along the rim, like a beard around the chin
bird (verb) watch and study birds in their natural habitat Synonyms: birdwatch
blackguard (verb) subject to laughter or ridicule Synonyms: roast, guy, rib, ridicule, jest at, make fun, poke fun, laugh at
(verb) use foul or abusive language towards Synonyms: abuse, shout, clapperclaw
board (verb) get on board of (trains, buses, ships, aircraft, etc.) Synonyms: get on
(verb) live and take one's meals at or in Synonyms: room
(verb) lodge and take meals (at)
(verb) provide food and lodging (for)
bombard (verb) cast, hurl, or throw repeatedly with some missile Synonyms: pelt
(verb) throw bombs at or attack with bombs Synonyms: bomb
(verb) address with continuously or persistently, as if with a barrage Synonyms: barrage
(verb) direct high energy particles or radiation against
card (verb) separate the fibers of Synonyms: tease
(verb) ask someone for identification to determine whether he or she is old enough to consume liquor
chord (verb) play chords on (a stringed instrument)
(verb) bring into consonance, harmony, or accord while making music or singing Synonyms: harmonise, harmonize
clapboard (verb) cover with clapboards
concord (verb) go together Synonyms: consort, accord, agree, harmonise, harmonize, fit in
(verb) arrange by concord or agreement
(verb) arrange the words of a text so as to create a concordance
(verb) be in accord; be in agreement Synonyms: hold, agree, concur
cord (verb) stack in cords
(verb) bind or tie with a cord
disaccord (verb) be different from one another Synonyms: disagree, discord
discard (verb) throw or cast away Synonyms: dispose, fling, toss, put away, cast aside, cast away, cast out, chuck out, throw away, throw out, toss away, toss out
discord (verb) be different from one another Synonyms: disaccord, disagree
disregard (verb) refuse to acknowledge Synonyms: ignore, cut, snub
(verb) bar from attention or consideration Synonyms: ignore, push aside, discount, dismiss, brush aside, brush off
(verb) give little or no attention to Synonyms: neglect, ignore
ford (verb) cross a river where it's shallow
forward (verb) send or ship onward from an intermediate post or station in transit Synonyms: send on
gird (verb) prepare oneself for a military confrontation Synonyms: arm, build up, fortify
(verb) put a girdle on or around Synonyms: girdle
(verb) bind with something round or circular Synonyms: encircle
guard (verb) to keep watch over
(verb) watch over or shield from danger or harm; protect Synonyms: ward
(verb) protect against a challenge or attack Synonyms: hold, defend
(verb) take precautions in order to avoid some unwanted consequence
hazard (verb) put forward, of a guess, in spite of possible refutation Synonyms: guess, pretend, venture
(verb) put at risk Synonyms: stake, jeopardize, venture, adventure
(verb) take a risk in the hope of a favorable outcome Synonyms: gamble, chance, risk, run a risk, adventure, take a chance, take chances
herd (verb) cause to herd, drive, or crowd together Synonyms: crowd
(verb) move together, like a herd
(verb) keep, move, or drive animals
hoard (verb) save up as for future use Synonyms: hive up, squirrel away, stash, cache, lay away
(verb) get or gather together Synonyms: roll up, pile up, collect, compile, accumulate, amass
interlard (verb) introduce one's writing or speech with certain expressions Synonyms: intersperse
lard (verb) prepare or cook with lard
(verb) add details to Synonyms: pad, embellish, blow up, dramatise, dramatize, embroider, aggrandise, aggrandize
lord (verb) make a lord of someone
placard (verb) post in a public place
(verb) publicize or announce by placards Synonyms: bill
pollard (verb) convert into a pollard Synonyms: poll
poniard (verb) stab with a poniard
prerecord (verb) record before presentation, as of a broadcast
record (verb) make a record of; set down in permanent form Synonyms: put down, enter
(verb) register electronically Synonyms: tape
(verb) indicate a certain reading; of gauges and instruments Synonyms: read, register, show
(verb) be aware of Synonyms: register
regard (verb) deem to be Synonyms: reckon, see, view, consider
(verb) look at attentively Synonyms: consider
(verb) connect closely and often incriminatingly Synonyms: involve, affect
retard (verb) cause to move more slowly or operate at a slower rate
(verb) be delayed
(verb) slow the growth or development of Synonyms: check, delay
(verb) lose velocity; move more slowly Synonyms: decelerate, slow, slow down, slow up
reward (verb) bestow honor or rewards upon Synonyms: honor, honour
(verb) strengthen and support with rewards Synonyms: reinforce
(verb) act or give recompense in recognition of someone's behavior or actions Synonyms: pay back, repay
reword (verb) express the same message in different words Synonyms: rephrase, paraphrase
safeguard (verb) make safe
(verb) escort safely
shepherd (verb) watch over like a shepherd, as a teacher of her pupils
(verb) tend as a shepherd, as of sheep or goats
skateboard (verb) ride on a flat board with rollers attached to the bottom
snowboard (verb) glide down a snow-covered slope while standing on a board
starboard (verb) turn to the right, of helms or rudders
surfboard (verb) ride the waves of the sea with a surfboard Synonyms: surf
undergird (verb) lend moral support to
(verb) make secure underneath Synonyms: brace up
ward (verb) watch over or shield from danger or harm; protect Synonyms: guard
word (verb) put into words or an expression Synonyms: articulate, phrase, give voice, formulate

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