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moor

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of moor

  1. 1 a broad area of level or rolling treeless country as she wanders the windswept moor, the novel's heroine vows that she will never marry the vicar Synonyms of moor campo, champaign, down(s), grassland, heath, lea (or ley), llano, plain, pampa, prairie, savanna (also savannah), steppe, tundra, veld (or veldt)Words Related to moor field, meadow; floodplain; bottom, bottomland, flat, lowland; plateau, table, tableland, upland

  2. 2 spongy land saturated or partially covered with water a mysterious figure who was said to have haunted the moors of southwest England Synonyms of moor bog, fen, marsh, marshland, mire, swamp, morass, muskeg, slough (also slew or slue), swampland, wash, wetlandWords Related to moor swale; quagmire; guck (or gook), muck, mud, ooze, slime, slop, sludge, slush


moor

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of moor

  1. to put securely in place or in a desired position moored the boat to the dock Synonyms of moor anchor, catch, clamp, fix, hitch, fasten, secure, setWords Related to moor embed (also imbed), entrench (also intrench), implant, ingrain (also engrain), lodge, stuff, wedgeNear Antonyms of moor extract, prize, pry, pull, root (out), tear (out), uproot, wrest, yankAntonyms of moor loose, loosen, unfasten, unfix, unloose, unloosen



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