abodes: Associated Words
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Prefix/Suffix
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Number of Syllables
  • blest
    • adjective highly favored or fortunate (as e.g. by divine grace)
      blessed.
      • our blessed land
      • the blessed assurance of a steady income
    • verb give a benediction to
      bless.
      • The dying man blessed his son

  • overstocked
    • verb stock excessively

  • subterraneous
    • adjective satellite being or operating under the surface of the earth
      subterranean.
      • subterranean passages
      • a subsurface flow of water
    • adjective satellite lying beyond what is openly revealed or avowed (especially being kept in the background or deliberately concealed)
      subterranean; ulterior.
      • subterranean motives for murder
      • looked too closely for an ulterior purpose in all knowledge"- Bertrand Russell

  • forsook
    • verb leave someone who needs or counts on you; leave in the lurch
      abandon; desolate; desert.
      • The mother deserted her children

  • comfortless
    • adjective satellite without comfort
      • a comfortless room

  • within
    • adverb on the inside
      inside.
      • inside, the car is a mess

  • palatial
    • adjective relating to or being a palace
      • the palatial residence
    • adjective satellite suitable for or like a palace
      • palatial furnishings
      • a palatial yacht

  • allotted
    • adjective satellite given as a task
      • her allotted chores
    • verb give out
      portion; assign; allot.
      • We were assigned new uniforms

  • gloomier
    • adjective satellite depressingly dark
      glooming; gloomful; sulky.
      • the gloomy forest
      • the glooming interior of an old inn
      • `gloomful' is archaic
    • adjective satellite filled with melancholy and despondency
      blue; downhearted; dispirited; down in the mouth; depressed; downcast; down; low; low-spirited; grim.
      • gloomy at the thought of what he had to face
      • gloomy predictions
      • a gloomy silence
      • took a grim view of the economy
      • the darkening mood
      • lonely and blue in a strange city
      • depressed by the loss of his job
      • a dispirited and resigned expression on her face
      • downcast after his defeat
      • feeling discouraged and downhearted

  • imaginable
    • adjective satellite capable of being imagined
      conceivable.
      • that is one possible answer

  • heathenish
    • adjective satellite not acknowledging the God of Christianity and Judaism and Islam
      heathen; ethnic; pagan.

  • inhabited
    • adjective having inhabitants; lived in
      • the inhabited regions of the earth
    • verb inhabit or live in; be an inhabitant of
      dwell; live; inhabit; populate.
      • People lived in Africa millions of years ago
      • The people inhabited the islands that are now deserted
      • this kind of fish dwells near the bottom of the ocean
      • deer are populating the woods

  • drear
    • adjective satellite causing dejection
      blue; dingy; disconsolate; dreary; dark; gloomy; dismal; drab; sorry; grim.
      • a blue day
      • the dark days of the war
      • a week of rainy depressing weather
      • a disconsolate winter landscape
      • the first dismal dispiriting days of November
      • a dark gloomy day
      • grim rainy weather

  • wherein
    In which; in which place, thing, time, respect, or the like; -- used relatively.
    Her clothes wherein she was clad. Chaucer.
    There are times wherein a man ought to be cautious as well as innocent. Swift.

  • subterranean
    • adjective satellite being or operating under the surface of the earth
      subterraneous.
      • subterranean passages
      • a subsurface flow of water
    • adjective satellite lying beyond what is openly revealed or avowed (especially being kept in the background or deliberately concealed)
      subterraneous; ulterior.
      • subterranean motives for murder
      • looked too closely for an ulterior purpose in all knowledge"- Bertrand Russell

  • amidst
    In the midst or middle of; surrounded or encompassed by; among. "This fair tree amidst the garden." "Unseen amid the throng." "Amidst thick clouds." Milton. "Amidst acclamations." "Amidst the splendor and festivity of a court." Macaulay.
    But rather famish them amid their plenty. Shak.
    Syn. -- Amidst, Among. These words differ to some extent from each other, as will be seen from their etymology. Amidst denotes in the midst or middle of, and hence surrounded by; as, this work was written amidst many interruptions. Among denotes a mingling or intermixing with distinct or separable objects; as, "He fell among thieves." "Blessed art thou among women." Hence, we say, among the moderns, among the ancients, among the thickest of trees, among these considerations, among the reasons I have to offer. Amid and amidst are commonly used when the idea of separate or distinguishable objects is not prominent. Hence, we say, they kept on amidst the storm, amidst the gloom, he was sinking amidst the waves, he persevered amidst many difficulties; in none of which cases could among be used. In like manner, Milton speaks of Abdiel, --
    The seraph Abdiel, faithful found; Among the faithless faithful only he, because he was then considered as one of the angels. But when the poet adds, -- From amidst them forth he passed, we have rather the idea of the angels as a collective body. Those squalid cabins and uncleared woods amidst which he was born. Macaulay.

  • unostentatious
    • adjective not ostentatious
      unpretentious; unpretending.
      • his unostentatious office
      • unostentatious elegance
    • adjective satellite exhibiting restrained good taste
      unpretentious; understated.
      • the room is pleasant and understated

  • repair
    • noun the act of putting something in working order again
      reparation; fixing; fix; mending; fixture; mend.
    • noun a formal way of referring to the condition of something
      • the building was in good repair

  • blissful
    • adjective satellite completely happy and contented
      • blissful young lovers
      • in blissful ignorance

  • beneath
    • adverb in or to a place that is lower
      to a lower place; below; at a lower place.

  • humbler
    • verb cause to be unpretentious
      • This experience will humble him
    • verb cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of
      abase; chagrin; mortify; humiliate.
      • He humiliated his colleague by criticising him in front of the boss

  • beyond
    • adverb farther along in space or time or degree
      • through the valley and beyond
      • to the eighth grade but not beyond
      • will be influential in the 1990s and beyond
    • adverb on the farther side from the observer
      • a pond with a hayfield beyond

  • celestial
    • adjective of or relating to the sky
      heavenly.
      • celestial map
      • a heavenly body
    • adjective relating to or inhabiting a divine heaven
      heavenly.
      • celestial beings
      • heavenly hosts

  • near
    • verb move towards
      go up; come near; draw near; draw close; come on; approach.
      • We were approaching our destination
      • They are drawing near
      • The enemy army came nearer and nearer
    • adjective not far distant in time or space or degree or circumstances
      close; nigh.
      • near neighbors
      • in the near future
      • they are near equals
      • his nearest approach to success
      • a very near thing
      • a near hit by the bomb
      • she was near tears
      • she was close to tears
      • had a close call

  • tenantless
    Having no tenants; unoccupied; as, a tenantless mansion. Shak.
  • elsewhere
    • adverb in or to another place
      • he went elsewhere
      • look elsewhere for the answer

  • darksome
    Dark; gloomy; obscure; shaded; cheerless. Poetic
    He brought him through a darksome narrow pass To a broad gate, all built of beaten gold. Spenser.

  • above
    • noun an earlier section of a written text
      • for instructions refer to the above
    • adjective satellite appearing earlier in the same text
      • flaws in the above interpretation

  • infernal
    • noun an inhabitant of Hell
      • his roar made the infernals quake
    • adjective characteristic of or resembling Hell
      • infernal noise
      • infernal punishment

  • built
    • adjective satellite (used of soaps or cleaning agents) having a substance (an abrasive or filler) added to increase effectiveness
      reinforced.
      • the built liquid detergents
    • verb make by combining materials and parts
      make; build; construct.
      • this little pig made his house out of straw
      • Some eccentric constructed an electric brassiere warmer

  • squalid
    • adjective satellite morally degraded
      seedy; seamy; sleazy; sordid.
      • a seedy district
      • the seamy side of life
      • sleazy characters hanging around casinos
      • sleazy storefronts with...dirt on the walls"- Seattle Weekly
      • the sordid details of his orgies stank under his very nostrils"- James Joyce
      • the squalid atmosphere of intrigue and betrayal
    • adjective satellite foul and run-down and repulsive
      flyblown; sordid.
      • a flyblown bar on the edge of town
      • a squalid overcrowded apartment in the poorest part of town
      • squalid living conditions
      • sordid shantytowns

  • belonging
    • noun happiness felt in a secure relationship
      • with his classmates he felt a sense of belonging
    • verb be owned by; be in the possession of
      belong.
      • This book belongs to me

  • heavenly
    • adjective relating to or inhabiting a divine heaven
      celestial.
      • celestial beings
      • heavenly hosts
    • adjective of or relating to the sky
      celestial.
      • celestial map
      • a heavenly body

  • wherever
    • adverb where in the world
      wheresoever.

  • respective
    • adjective satellite considered individually
      several; various.
      • the respective club members
      • specialists in their several fields
      • the various reports all agreed

  • whence
    • adverb from what place, source, or cause

  • stygian
    Of or pertaining to the river Styx; hence, hellish; infernal. See Styx.
    At that so sudden blaze, the Stygian throng Bent their aspect. Milton.

  • along
    • adverb with a forward motion
      on.
      • we drove along admiring the view
      • the horse trotted along at a steady pace
      • the circus traveled on to the next city
      • move along
      • march on
    • adverb in accompaniment or as a companion
      • his little sister came along to the movies
      • I brought my camera along
      • working along with his father

  • supernal
    • adjective being or coming from on high
      • interpret the plague as a visitation from heaven, a supernal punishment for the sins of men
    • adjective satellite of heaven or the spirit
      celestial; ethereal.
      • celestial peace
      • ethereal melodies
      • the supernal happiness of a quiet death

  • appeared
    • verb give a certain impression or have a certain outward aspect
      seem; look.
      • She seems to be sleeping
      • This appears to be a very difficult problem
      • This project looks fishy
      • They appeared like people who had not eaten or slept for a long time
    • verb come into sight or view
      • He suddenly appeared at the wedding
      • A new star appeared on the horizon

  • dismal
    • adjective satellite causing dejection
      blue; dingy; drear; disconsolate; dreary; dark; gloomy; drab; sorry; grim.
      • a blue day
      • the dark days of the war
      • a week of rainy depressing weather
      • a disconsolate winter landscape
      • the first dismal dispiriting days of November
      • a dark gloomy day
      • grim rainy weather

  • without
    On or at the outside of; out of; not within; as, without doors.
    Without the gate Some drive the cars, and some the coursers rein. Dryden.

  • humblest
    • verb cause to be unpretentious
      • This experience will humble him
    • verb cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of
      abase; chagrin; mortify; humiliate.
      • He humiliated his colleague by criticising him in front of the boss

  • destined
    • adjective satellite headed or intending to head in a certain direction; often used as a combining form as in `college-bound students'
      bound.
      • children bound for school
      • a flight destined for New York
    • verb decree or designate beforehand
      destine; doom; fate; designate.
      • She was destined to become a great pianist

  • elysian
    • adjective relating to the Elysian Fields
    • adjective satellite being of such surpassing excellence as to suggest inspiration by the gods
      divine; inspired.
      • her pies were simply divine
      • the divine Shakespeare
      • an elysian meal
      • an inspired performance

  • constructed
    • noun an abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances
      concept; conception.
    • verb make by combining materials and parts
      make; build.
      • this little pig made his house out of straw
      • Some eccentric constructed an electric brassiere warmer

  • calmest
    • noun steadiness of mind under stress
      equanimity; calmness; composure.
      • he accepted their problems with composure and she with equanimity
    • noun wind moving at less than 1 knot; 0 on the Beaufort scale
      calm air.

  • associated
    • noun a person who joins with others in some activity or endeavor
      • he had to consult his associate before continuing
    • noun a friend who is frequently in the company of another
      familiar; comrade; fellow; companion.
      • drinking companions
      • comrades in arms

  • dreary
    • adjective satellite lacking in liveliness or charm or surprise
      drab.
      • her drab personality
      • life was drab compared with the more exciting life style overseas
      • a series of dreary dinner parties
    • adjective satellite causing dejection
      blue; dingy; drear; disconsolate; dark; gloomy; dismal; drab; sorry; grim.
      • a blue day
      • the dark days of the war
      • a week of rainy depressing weather
      • a disconsolate winter landscape
      • the first dismal dispiriting days of November
      • a dark gloomy day
      • grim rainy weather

  • during
    In the time of; as long as the action or existence of; as, during life; during the space of a year.
  • humble
    • verb cause to be unpretentious
      • This experience will humble him
    • verb cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of
      abase; chagrin; mortify; humiliate.
      • He humiliated his colleague by criticising him in front of the boss

  • throughout
    • adverb from first to last
      end-to-end.
      • the play was excellent end-to-end
    • adverb used to refer to cited works
      passim.

  • ramshackle
    • adjective satellite in deplorable condition
      dilapidated; broken-down; tumble-down; tatterdemalion; derelict; bedraggled.
      • a street of bedraggled tenements
      • a broken-down fence
      • a ramshackle old pier
      • a tumble-down shack

  • prepared
    • adjective made ready or fit or suitable beforehand
      • a prepared statement
      • be prepared for emergencies
    • verb make ready or suitable or equip in advance for a particular purpose or for some use, event, etc
      set; prepare; fix; set up; gear up; ready.
      • Get the children ready for school!
      • prepare for war
      • I was fixing to leave town after I paid the hotel bill

  • cheerless
    • adjective causing sad feelings of gloom and inadequacy
      depressing; uncheerful.
      • the economic outlook is depressing
      • something cheerless about the room
      • a moody and uncheerful person
      • an uncheerful place

  • under
    • adjective satellite located below or beneath something else
      nether.
      • nether garments
      • the under parts of a machine
    • adjective satellite lower in rank, power, or authority
      • an under secretary

  • olympian
    • adjective satellite majestic in manner or bearing; superior to mundane matters
      majestic.
      • his majestic presence
      • olympian detachment
      • olympian beauty and serene composure
    • noun an athlete who participates in the Olympic games

  • until
    To; unto; towards; -- used of material objects. Chaucer.
    Taverners until them told the same. Piers Plowman.
    He roused himself full blithe, and hastened them until. Spenser.

  • wretched
    • adjective satellite of very poor quality or condition
      miserable; execrable; deplorable; woeful.
      • deplorable housing conditions in the inner city
      • woeful treatment of the accused
      • woeful errors of judgment
    • adjective satellite characterized by physical misery
      miserable.
      • a wet miserable weekend
      • spent a wretched night on the floor

  • assigned
    • adjective appointed to a post or duty
      • assigned personnel
      • assigned duties
    • verb give an assignment to (a person) to a post, or assign a task to (a person)
      depute; assign; delegate; designate.



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