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mow

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of mow

  1. a twisting of the facial features in disgust or disapproval <her mow suggested that she wasn't looking forward to a long evening of political speeches> Synonyms face, frown, lower (also lour), moue, mouth, grimace, mug, pout, scowl, snootRelated Words flinch, squinch, wince; growl, snarl; rictus, simper, smirk; scoff, sneer; glare, glower, look, stareNear Antonyms grin, laugh, smile


mow

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of mow

  1. 1 to shorten the standing leafy plant cover of <you really should mow the lawn before it gets much higher> Synonyms cut Related Words clip, crop, curtail, cut back, dock, hack, lop, manicure, nip, pare, prune, trim; bob, shave, shear, snip

  2. 2 to bring down by cutting <an afternoon spent mowing hay> Synonyms chop (down), cut (down), hew, fellRelated Words bulldoze, demolish, flatten, level, raze, tear down


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