contextualism: Associated Words Filter by Noun/Verb/Adjective/Adverb, Position, Positive/Negative, Common/Rare, Syllables & more. Words described by contextualism & Words describing contextualism
- noun any doctrine emphasizing the importance of the context in solving problems or establishing the meaning of terms
- adjective of or relating to epistemology
- epistemic modal
- verb consider again; give new consideration to; usually with a view to changing
- Won't you reconsider your decision?
- verb consider again (a bill) that had been voted upon before, with a view to altering it
- noun the period during which something is functional (as between birth and death)
lifetime; life; life-time.
- the battery had a short life
- he lived a long and happy life
- noun the relative prominence of a syllable or musical note (especially with regard to stress or pitch)
- he put the stress on the wrong syllable
- noun (psychology) a state of mental or emotional strain or suspense
- he suffered from fatigue and emotional tension
- stress is a vasoconstrictor
- adjective of or relating to or constituting development
- developmental psychology
- verb express or state indirectly
- verb suggest as a logically necessary consequence; in logic
- adjective of or relating to epistemology
- epistemic modal
- verb to stress, single out as important
emphasise; accent; punctuate; stress; accentuate.
- Dr. Jones emphasizes exercise in addition to a change in diet
- verb give extra weight to (a communication)
emphasise; underline; underscore.
- Her gesture emphasized her words
- noun (chemistry) two or more atoms bound together as a single unit and forming part of a molecule
chemical group; group.
- noun an atom or group of atoms with at least one unpaired electron; in the body it is usually an oxygen molecule that has lost an electron and will stabilize itself by stealing an electron from a nearby molecule
- in the body free radicals are high-energy particles that ricochet wildly and damage cells
- noun the verbal act of offering
- a generous offer of assistance
- noun something offered (as a proposal or bid)
- noteworthy new offerings for investors included several index funds
- adjective designed for or capable of a particular function or use
- a style of writing in which every word is functional
- functional architecture
- adjective involving or affecting function rather than physiology
- functional deafness
- verb make it possible through a specific action or lack of action for something to happen
- This permits the water to rush in
- This sealed door won't allow the water come into the basement
- This will permit the rain to run off
- verb consent to, give permission
countenance; let; permit.
- She permitted her son to visit her estranged husband
- I won't let the police search her basement
- I cannot allow you to see your exam
- adjective of or relating to meaning or the study of meaning
- semantic analysis
- noun the act of grasping
grip; clutches; clutch; clench; grasp; clasp.
- he released his clasp on my arm
- he has a strong grip for an old man
- she kept a firm hold on the railing
- noun understanding of the nature or meaning or quality or magnitude of something
- he has a good grasp of accounting practices
- adjective of or relating to the philosophical study of ethics
- ethical codes
- ethical theories
- adjective conforming to accepted standards of social or professional behavior
- an ethical lawyer
- ethical medical practice
- an ethical problem
- had no ethical objection to drinking
- Ours is a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants"- Omar N. Bradley
- verb give something useful or necessary to
furnish; render; supply.
- We provided the room with an electrical heater
- verb give what is desired or needed, especially support, food or sustenance
cater; ply; supply.
- The hostess provided lunch for all the guests
- noun the complete duration of something
- the job was finished in the span of an hour
- noun the distance or interval between two points
- verb give a certain impression or have a certain outward aspect
- 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 seem to be true, probable, or apparent
- It seems that he is very gifted
- It appears that the weather in California is very bad
- noun an imperial decree that becomes part of the fundamental law of the land
- adjective satellite concerned with practical matters
- a matter-of-fact (or pragmatic) approach to the problem
- a matter-of-fact account of the trip
- noun a recognizable kind
- there's a new brand of hero in the movies now
- what make of car is that?
- noun the act of mixing cards haphazardly
- adjective consisting of or related to language
- linguistic behavior
- a linguistic atlas
- lingual diversity
- adjective of or relating to the scientific study of language
- linguistic theory
- verb require as useful, just, or proper
call for; necessitate; involve; need; take; demand; ask; postulate.
- It takes nerve to do what she did
- success usually requires hard work
- This job asks a lot of patience and skill
- This position demands a lot of personal sacrifice
- This dinner calls for a spectacular dessert
- This intervention does not postulate a patient's consent
- verb consider obligatory; request and expect
- We require our secretary to be on time
- Aren't we asking too much of these children?
- I expect my students to arrive in time for their lessons
- adjective of or relating to the study of history
- historical scholars
- a historical perspective
- adjective satellite having once lived or existed or taken place in the real world as distinct from being legendary
- the historical Jesus
- doubt that a historical Camelot every existed
- actual historical events
- noun the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property
return; yield; takings; issue; proceeds; payoff.
- the average return was about 5%
- noun the act of photographing a scene or part of a scene without interruption
- adjective of or relating to the practice of science
- scientific journals
- adjective conforming with the principles or methods used in science
- a scientific approach
Borrowing of foreigners, in itself, makes not the kingdom rich or poor. Locke.
- noun the significance of a story or event
- the moral of the story is to love thy neighbor
- adjective concerned with principles of right and wrong or conforming to standards of behavior and character based on those principles
- moral sense
- a moral scrutiny
- a moral lesson
- a moral quandary
- moral convictions
- a moral life
- noun (cricket) the division of play during which six balls are bowled at the batsman by one player from the other team from the same end of the pitch
- adjective satellite having come or been brought to a conclusion
concluded; terminated; complete; ended; all over.
- the harvesting was complete
- the affair is over, ended, finished
- the abruptly terminated interview
- adjective of or relating to the arts and manners that a group favors
- cultural events
- a person of broad cultural interests
- adjective satellite denoting or deriving from or distinctive of the ways of living built up by a group of people
- influenced by ethnic and cultural ties"- J.F.Kennedy
- ethnic food
- noun the furthest or highest degree of something
- he carried it to extremes
- noun the point located farthest from the middle of something
extremum; extreme point.
Jacob saw the angels of God come against him. Tyndale.
- adjective having strength or power greater than average or expected
- a strong radio signal
- strong medicine
- a strong man
- adjective satellite not faint or feeble
- a strong odor of burning rubber
- noun a telephone connection
telephone call; phone call.
- she reported several anonymous calls
- he placed a phone call to London
- he heard the phone ringing but didn't want to take the call
- noun a special disposition (as if from a divine source) to pursue a particular course
- he was disappointed that he had not heard the Call
- adjective free of extraneous elements of any kind
- pure air and water
- pure gold
- pure primary colors
- the violin's pure and lovely song
- pure tones
- pure oxygen
- adjective satellite without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers
perfect; double-dyed; complete; gross; arrant; unadulterated; sodding; stark; consummate; utter; thoroughgoing; everlasting; staring.
- an arrant fool
- a complete coward
- a consummate fool
- a double-dyed villain
- gross negligence
- a perfect idiot
- pure folly
- what a sodding mess
- stark staring mad
- a thoroughgoing villain
- utter nonsense
- the unadulterated truth
- adjective relating to or concerned with a city or densely populated area
- urban sociology
- urban development
- adjective located in or characteristic of a city or city life
- urban property owners
- urban affairs
- urban manners
- adverb in the interval
- dancing all the dances with little rest between
- adverb in between
- two houses with a tree between
He set his face toward the wilderness. Num. xxiv. 1.
The waves make towards'' the pebbled shore. Shak.
- adjective not of long duration; having just (or relatively recently) come into being or been made or acquired or discovered
- a new law
- new cars
- a new comet
- a new friend
- a new year
- the New World
- adjective satellite original and of a kind not seen before
- the computer produced a completely novel proof of a well-known theorem
- noun a word or expression used for some particular thing
- he learned many medical terms
- noun a limited period of time
- a prison term
- he left school before the end of term
Now choose yourself whether that you liketh. Chaucer.
One day in doubt I cast for to compare Whether in beauties' glory did exceed. Spenser.
Whether of them twain did the will of his father? Matt. xxi. 31.
- adjective satellite (used with count nouns) two considered together; the two
- both girls are pretty
- adjective satellite of so extreme a degree or extent
- such weeping
- so much weeping
- such a help
- such grief
- never dreamed of such beauty
- adverb to so extreme a degree
- he is such a baby
- Such rich people!
- noun the seat within a bishop's diocese where his cathedral is located
- verb perceive by sight or have the power to perceive by sight
- You have to be a good observer to see all the details
- Can you see the bird in that tree?
- He is blind--he cannot see
- noun a general officer of the highest rank
- noun the head of a religious order or congregation
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