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estate

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of estate

  1. 1 a large impressive residence the estates of multimillionaires line the shores of this ocean resort Synonyms of estate castle, château, mansion, hacienda, hall, manor, manor house, manse, palace, villaWords Related to estate showplace; abode, domicile, dwelling, habitation, hearth, home, house, lodging(s), pad, place; housing, nest, quarter(s), residency, roof; great house; country house, countryseat; aerie, penthouse; salon, suite, town house

  2. 2 a state of being or fitness the mayor pronounced the city's schools to be in their best estate ever Synonyms of estate condition, fettle, form, health, keeping, kilter, nick [British], order, repair, shape, trimWords Related to estate practice (also practise); pass, phase, stage; footing, picture, posture, scene, status, situation; rank, standingNear Antonyms of estate disorder, disrepair

  3. 3 one of the segments of society into which people are grouped the passionate belief that a society is judged by how well it treats and cares for those in the lowest estate Synonyms of estate caste, class, folk, gentry, order, stratumWords Related to estate bracket, echelon, grade, layer, level, tier; place, position, rank, standing, status; food chain, grouping, hierarchy, stratification; clan, family, fraternity, people, race, tribe; subcaste

  4. 4 a piece of land and its buildings used to grow crops or raise livestock a huge coffee estate in Brazil Synonyms of estate farm, farmstead, grange, ranchWords Related to estate cropland, farmland, farmyard; farmhouse, hacienda, homestead, manor, plantation, spread; croft [chiefly British], smallholding [chiefly British], station, steading; garden, orchard



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