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919 Verbs That End With T

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Word Definitions Synonyms
abduct (verb) take away to an undisclosed location against their will and usually in order to extract a ransom Synonyms: nobble, kidnap, snatch
(verb) pull away from the body
abet (verb) assist or encourage, usually in some wrongdoing
abort (verb) terminate before completion
(verb) cease development, die, and be aborted
(verb) terminate a pregnancy by undergoing an abortion
abreact (verb) discharge bad feelings or tension through verbalization
absent (verb) stay away or leave Synonyms: remove
abstract (verb) consider a concept without thinking of a specific example; consider abstractly or theoretically
(verb) make off with belongings of others Synonyms: sneak, lift, hook, nobble, pilfer, pinch, purloin, snarf, swipe, cabbage, filch
(verb) consider apart from a particular case or instance
(verb) give an abstract (of)
abut (verb) lie adjacent to another or share a boundary Synonyms: march, edge, border, adjoin, butt, butt against, butt on
accent (verb) to stress, single out as important Synonyms: punctuate, stress, emphasise, emphasize, accentuate
(verb) put stress on; utter with an accent Synonyms: stress, accentuate
accept (verb) consider or hold as true
(verb) receive willingly something given or offered Synonyms: take, have
(verb) give an affirmative reply to; respond favorably to Synonyms: go for, consent
(verb) react favorably to; consider right and proper
(verb) admit into a group or community Synonyms: take, take on, admit
(verb) take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person Synonyms: assume, bear, take over
(verb) tolerate or accommodate oneself to Synonyms: swallow, live with
(verb) be designed to hold or take Synonyms: take
(verb) receive (a report) officially, as from a committee
(verb) make use of or accept for some purpose Synonyms: take
(verb) be sexually responsive to, used of a female domesticated mammal
accost (verb) speak to someone Synonyms: address, come up to
(verb) approach with an offer of sexual favors Synonyms: hook, solicit
account (verb) be the sole or primary factor in the existence, acquisition, supply, or disposal of something
(verb) keep an account of Synonyms: calculate
(verb) to give an account or representation of in words Synonyms: describe, report
(verb) furnish a justifying analysis or explanation Synonyms: answer for
accredit (verb) grant credentials to Synonyms: recognise, recognize
(verb) provide or send (envoys or ambassadors) with official credentials
(verb) ascribe an achievement to Synonyms: credit
acquaint (verb) cause to come to know personally Synonyms: introduce, present
(verb) make familiar or conversant with Synonyms: familiarise, familiarize
(verb) inform
acquit (verb) pronounce not guilty of criminal charges Synonyms: clear, discharge, exculpate, exonerate, assoil
(verb) behave in a certain manner Synonyms: carry, bear, conduct, deport, comport, behave
act (verb) perform an action, or work out or perform (an action) Synonyms: move
(verb) behave in a certain manner; show a certain behavior; conduct or comport oneself Synonyms: do, behave
(verb) play a role or part Synonyms: play, represent
(verb) discharge one's duties
(verb) pretend to have certain qualities or state of mind Synonyms: play, act as
(verb) be suitable for theatrical performance
(verb) have an effect or outcome; often the one desired or expected Synonyms: work
(verb) be engaged in an activity, often for no particular purpose other than pleasure
(verb) behave unnaturally or affectedly Synonyms: pretend, dissemble
(verb) perform on a stage or theater Synonyms: play, roleplay, playact
adapt (verb) make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose Synonyms: accommodate
(verb) adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions Synonyms: adjust, conform
addict (verb) to cause (someone or oneself) to become dependent (on something, especially a narcotic drug) Synonyms: hook
adduct (verb) draw a limb towards the body
adjust (verb) alter or regulate so as to achieve accuracy or conform to a standard Synonyms: set, correct
(verb) place in a line or arrange so as to be parallel or straight Synonyms: align, line up, aline
(verb) adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions Synonyms: conform, adapt
(verb) make correspondent or conformable
(verb) decide how much is to be paid on an insurance claim
admit (verb) declare to be true or admit the existence or reality or truth of Synonyms: acknowledge
(verb) allow to enter; grant entry to Synonyms: intromit, allow in, let in
(verb) allow participation in or the right to be part of; permit to exercise the rights, functions, and responsibilities of Synonyms: include, let in
(verb) admit into a group or community Synonyms: accept, take, take on
(verb) afford possibility Synonyms: allow
(verb) give access or entrance to
(verb) have room for; hold without crowding Synonyms: hold, accommodate
(verb) serve as a means of entrance
adopt (verb) choose and follow; as of theories, ideas, policies, strategies or plans Synonyms: espouse, follow
(verb) take up and practice as one's own Synonyms: take up, borrow, take over
(verb) take on titles, offices, duties, responsibilities Synonyms: assume, take on, take over
(verb) take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect Synonyms: acquire, assume, take, take on
(verb) take into one's family Synonyms: take in
(verb) put into dramatic form Synonyms: dramatise, dramatize
(verb) take up the cause, ideology, practice, method, of someone and use it as one's own Synonyms: embrace, espouse, sweep up
advect (verb) convey by horizontal mass movement of a fluid
advert (verb) give heed (to) Synonyms: hang, attend, pay heed, give ear
(verb) make a more or less disguised reference to Synonyms: touch, allude
(verb) make reference to Synonyms: refer, name, bring up, mention, cite
affect (verb) have an effect upon Synonyms: touch, impact, bear on, bear upon, touch on
(verb) act physically on; have an effect upon
(verb) connect closely and often incriminatingly Synonyms: regard, involve
(verb) make believe with the intent to deceive Synonyms: pretend, dissemble, sham, feign
(verb) have an emotional or cognitive impact upon Synonyms: impress, strike, move
afflict (verb) cause great unhappiness for; distress
(verb) cause physical pain or suffering in Synonyms: smite
afforest (verb) establish a forest on previously unforested land Synonyms: forest
affright (verb) cause fear in Synonyms: scare, fright, frighten
affront (verb) treat, mention, or speak to rudely Synonyms: insult, diss
airfreight (verb) transport (cargo) by air Synonyms: air-freight, air-ship
airlift (verb) fly people or goods to or from places not accessible by other means Synonyms: lift
airt (verb) channel into a new direction Synonyms: redirect
alert (verb) warn or arouse to a sense of danger or call to a state of preparedness Synonyms: alarm
alight (verb) to come to rest, settle Synonyms: perch, light
(verb) come down Synonyms: climb down
aliment (verb) give nourishment to Synonyms: nourish, nutrify
allot (verb) give out Synonyms: assign, portion
(verb) allow to have Synonyms: grant, accord
(verb) administer or bestow, as in small portions Synonyms: deal, distribute, mete out, deal out, dish out, dispense, dole out, parcel out, shell out, administer, lot
amount (verb) be tantamount or equivalent to
(verb) add up in number or quantity Synonyms: come, number, total, add up
(verb) to measure up to in kind or quality Synonyms: come, add up
animadvert (verb) express one's opinion openly and without fear or hesitation Synonyms: opine, sound off, speak out, speak up
(verb) express blame or censure or make a harshly critical remark
anoint (verb) choose by or as if by divine intervention
(verb) administer an oil or ointment to; often in a religious ceremony of blessing Synonyms: inunct, oil, embrocate, anele
appoint (verb) create and charge with a task or function Synonyms: name, nominate, constitute
(verb) assign a duty, responsibility or obligation to Synonyms: charge
(verb) furnish
aquatint (verb) etch in aquatint
arrest (verb) take into custody Synonyms: pick up, apprehend, nail, cop, nab, collar
(verb) hold back, as of a danger or an enemy; check the expansion or influence of Synonyms: check, stop, turn back, hold back, contain
(verb) attract and fix Synonyms: get, catch
(verb) cause to come to an abrupt stop Synonyms: hold, halt
asphalt (verb) cover with tar or asphalt
assault (verb) attack someone physically or emotionally Synonyms: set on, assail, attack
(verb) force (someone) to have sex against their will Synonyms: dishonor, dishonour, rape, ravish, outrage, violate
(verb) attack in speech or writing Synonyms: round, snipe, assail, attack, lash out
assent (verb) to agree or express agreement Synonyms: accede, acquiesce
assert (verb) state categorically Synonyms: maintain, asseverate
(verb) to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true Synonyms: swear, verify, affirm, swan, aver, avow
(verb) insist on having one's opinions and rights recognized Synonyms: put forward
(verb) postulate positively and assertively Synonyms: insist
assist (verb) give help or assistance; be of service Synonyms: help, aid
(verb) act as an assistant in a subordinate or supportive function
(verb) work for, or be a servant to Synonyms: attend to, serve, wait on, attend
assort (verb) keep company with; hang out with Synonyms: associate, consort, affiliate
(verb) arrange or order by classes or categories Synonyms: separate, sort, sort out, class, classify
attaint (verb) bring shame or dishonor upon Synonyms: shame, dishonor, dishonour, disgrace
(verb) condemn by attainder
attempt (verb) make an effort or attempt Synonyms: assay, seek, essay, try
(verb) enter upon an activity or enterprise Synonyms: undertake, set about
attest (verb) provide evidence for; stand as proof of; show by one's behavior, attitude, or external attributes Synonyms: demonstrate, certify, manifest, evidence
(verb) authenticate, affirm to be true, genuine, or correct, as in an official capacity
(verb) give testimony in a court of law Synonyms: bear witness, take the stand, testify
(verb) establish or verify the usage of
attract (verb) direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes Synonyms: draw, draw in, pull, pull in
(verb) be attractive to Synonyms: appeal
(verb) exert a force on (a body) causing it to approach or prevent it from moving away
audit (verb) examine carefully for accuracy with the intent of verification Synonyms: inspect, scrutinise, scrutinize
(verb) attend academic courses without getting credit
augment (verb) enlarge or increase
(verb) grow or intensify
avert (verb) prevent the occurrence of; prevent from happening; to protect from or to keep away anything undesirable; to ward off Synonyms: deflect, ward off, head off, debar, obviate, stave off, avoid, fend off, forefend, forfend
(verb) turn away or aside Synonyms: turn away
await (verb) look forward to the probable occurrence of Synonyms: expect, wait, look
babbitt (verb) line with a Babbitt metal
babysit (verb) take watchful responsibility for Synonyms: baby-sit
(verb) work or act as a baby-sitter Synonyms: sit, baby-sit
bait (verb) harass with persistent criticism or carping Synonyms: ride, rally, rag, tease, razz, cod, tantalise, tantalize, taunt, twit
(verb) lure, entice, or entrap with bait
(verb) attack with dogs or set dogs upon
ballast (verb) make steady with a ballast
ballot (verb) vote by ballot
bankrupt (verb) reduce to bankruptcy Synonyms: break, smash, ruin
banquet (verb) provide a feast or banquet for Synonyms: junket, feast
(verb) partake in a feast or banquet Synonyms: junket, feast
basset (verb) appear at the surface Synonyms: crop out
bat (verb) strike with, or as if with a baseball bat
(verb) wink briefly Synonyms: flutter
(verb) have a turn at bat
(verb) use a bat
(verb) beat thoroughly and conclusively in a competition or fight Synonyms: lick, thrash, cream, drub, clobber
bayonet (verb) stab or kill someone with a bayonet
beat (verb) come out better in a competition, race, or conflict Synonyms: beat out, shell, vanquish, crush, trounce
(verb) give a beating to; subject to a beating, either as a punishment or as an act of aggression Synonyms: work over, beat up
(verb) hit repeatedly
(verb) move rhythmically Synonyms: pound, thump
(verb) shape by beating
(verb) make a rhythmic sound Synonyms: drum, thrum
(verb) glare or strike with great intensity
(verb) move with a thrashing motion Synonyms: flap
(verb) sail with much tacking or with difficulty
(verb) stir vigorously Synonyms: scramble
(verb) strike (a part of one's own body) repeatedly, as in great emotion or in accompaniment to music
(verb) be superior
(verb) avoid paying Synonyms: bunk
(verb) make a sound like a clock or a timer Synonyms: tick, ticktack, ticktock
(verb) move with a flapping motion Synonyms: flap
(verb) indicate by beating, as with the fingers or drumsticks
(verb) move with or as if with a regular alternating motion Synonyms: pulsate, quiver
(verb) make by pounding or trampling
(verb) produce a rhythm by striking repeatedly
(verb) strike (water or bushes) repeatedly to rouse animals for hunting
(verb) beat through cleverness and wit Synonyms: outfox, outsmart, outwit, overreach, circumvent
(verb) be a mystery or bewildering to Synonyms: nonplus, mystify, dumbfound, perplex, pose, puzzle, get, gravel, stick, stupefy, vex, amaze, baffle, bewilder, flummox
(verb) wear out completely Synonyms: wash up, exhaust, tucker, tucker out
bedight (verb) decorate Synonyms: deck, bedeck
befit (verb) accord or comport with Synonyms: suit, beseem
beget (verb) make (offspring) by reproduction Synonyms: get, mother, generate, engender, sire, bring forth, father
belt (verb) sing loudly and forcefully Synonyms: belt out
(verb) deliver a blow to
(verb) fasten with a belt
benefact (verb) help as a benefactor
benefit (verb) derive a benefit from Synonyms: gain, profit
(verb) be beneficial for Synonyms: do good
benight (verb) overtake with darkness or night
(verb) envelop with social, intellectual, or moral darkness
(verb) make darker and difficult to perceive by sight Synonyms: bedim
beset (verb) annoy continually or chronically Synonyms: harass, molest, harry, hassle, plague, provoke, chevvy, chevy, chivvy, chivy
(verb) assail or attack on all sides: Synonyms: set upon
(verb) decorate or cover lavishly (as with gems) Synonyms: incrust, encrust
besot (verb) make dull or stupid or muddle with drunkenness or infatuation Synonyms: stupefy
bespot (verb) mark with, or as if with, spots
best (verb) get the better of Synonyms: outflank, outdo, scoop, trump
bet (verb) maintain with or as if with a bet Synonyms: wager
(verb) stake on the outcome of an issue Synonyms: play, wager
(verb) have faith or confidence in Synonyms: reckon, rely, depend, swear, calculate, count, bank, look
bight (verb) fasten with a bight
billet (verb) provide housing for (military personnel) Synonyms: quarter, canton
birdnest (verb) gather birdnests Synonyms: bird-nest
bisect (verb) cut in half or cut in two
bitt (verb) secure with a bitt
blacklist (verb) put on a blacklist so as to banish or cause to be boycotted
blanket (verb) cover as if with a blanket
(verb) form a blanket-like cover (over)
blast (verb) make a strident sound Synonyms: blare
(verb) hit with great force Synonyms: smash, nail, boom
(verb) use explosives on Synonyms: shell
(verb) apply a draft or strong wind to to
(verb) create by using explosives Synonyms: shell
(verb) make with or as if with an explosion
(verb) fire a shot; release Synonyms: shoot
(verb) criticize harshly or violently Synonyms: savage, pillory, crucify
(verb) shatter as if by explosion Synonyms: knock down
(verb) shrivel or wither or mature imperfectly
blat (verb) cry plaintively Synonyms: baa, blate, bleat
bleat (verb) talk whiningly
(verb) cry plaintively Synonyms: baa, blat, blate
blight (verb) cause to suffer a blight Synonyms: plague
bloat (verb) become bloated or swollen or puff up
(verb) make bloated or swollen
blot (verb) dry (ink) with blotting paper
(verb) make a spot or mark onto Synonyms: spot, blob, fleck
blueprint (verb) make a blueprint of Synonyms: draft, draught
blunt (verb) make less intense
(verb) make numb or insensitive Synonyms: dull, numb, benumb
(verb) make dull or blunt Synonyms: dull
(verb) make less sharp
(verb) make less lively, intense, or vigorous; impair in vigor, force, activity, or sensation Synonyms: deaden
blurt (verb) utter impulsively Synonyms: blunder, ejaculate, blunder out, blurt out
boast (verb) show off Synonyms: swash, blow, gas, gasconade, shoot a line, vaunt, bluster, brag, tout
(verb) wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner Synonyms: sport, feature
boat (verb) ride in a boat on water
bodypaint (verb) apply paint to a body
bolt (verb) move or jump suddenly
(verb) secure or lock with a bolt
(verb) swallow hastily
(verb) run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along Synonyms: run off, make off, decamp, go off, abscond, absquatulate
(verb) leave suddenly and as if in a hurry Synonyms: run off, run out, beetle off, bolt out
(verb) eat hastily without proper chewing Synonyms: gobble
(verb) make or roll into bolts
bonnet (verb) dress in a bonnet
boost (verb) increase Synonyms: hike, hike up
(verb) give a boost to; be beneficial to
(verb) contribute to the progress or growth of Synonyms: advance, promote, encourage, further
(verb) increase or raise Synonyms: advance, supercharge
(verb) push or shove upward, as if from below or behind

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