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fold

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of fold

  1. a group of people sharing a common interest and relating together socially ready to welcome their old Liberal friend back into the fold Synonyms body, bunch, circle, clan, clique, community, coterie, coven, crowd, gang, galère, klatch (also klatsch), lot, network, pack, ring, setRelated Words charmed circle, elite, in-group; closed shop; club, college, fellowship, guild (also gild), league, organization, society; camp, faction, sect, side, tribe; mess, squad; brotherhood, fraternity, order, sisterhood, sodality, sorority; commune; alliance, bloc, coalition, confederation, congress, council, federation, unionNear Antonyms loner; individualist


fold

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of fold

  1. 1 to lay one part over or against another part of fold the blanket so that it will fit inside the trunk Synonyms double Related Words overlap, overlay, overlie; collapse, telescope; close, shut; plait, pleat Antonyms extend, open, spread, unfold, unroll

  2. 2 to be unsuccessful the business folded after just two months Synonyms bomb, collapse, crater, flame out, flop, flunk, fail, founder, miss, strike out, tank, wash outRelated Words flounder, struggle; decline, sink, skid, slip, slump, wane; crash, crumble, miscarry, misfire; go under; implode, self-destructNear Antonyms cook, flourish, prosper, thrive; prevail, triumph, winAntonyms click, come off, deliver, go, go over, pan out, succeed, work out



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