Thesaurus

“It”

The following 20 entries include the term It.

do-it-yourselfer

noun

as in handyman, tinkerer

foot (it)

verb

to go on foot

hightail (it)

verb

to hasten away from something dangerous or frightening

hoof (it)

verb

to go on foot

hotfoot (it)

verb

to proceed or move quickly

know-it-all

noun

a person who talks and behaves like someone who knows everything

leg (it)

verb

to go on foot

lord (it over)

verb

to assume or treat with an air of superiority

queen (it over)

verb

as in lord (it over), talk down (to)

with-it

adjective

keenly aware of and responsive to the latest developments especially in fashion and entertainment

beat it

phrase

to proceed or move quickly

booze it up

phrase

to partake excessively of alcoholic beverages

buy it

phrase

to stop living

cool it

phrase

to become still and orderly

cut it

phrase

to reach a desired level of accomplishment

do it

phrase

to engage in sexual intercourse

full of it

phrase

having an opinion that does not agree with truth or the facts

getting it on

phrase

sexual union involving penetration of the vagina by the penis

get with it

phrase

to occupy (oneself) diligently or with close attention

gut it out

phrase

to continue despite difficulties, opposition, or discouragement

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