Synonyms and Antonyms of plant
1 to put or set into the ground to grow <I'll plant the marigold seeds in the spring> Synonyms drill, put in, seed, sow Related Words bed; replant, transplant; broadcast, scatter; pot; overseed, reseed Near Antonyms gather, harvest, reap
2 to be responsible for the creation and early operation or use of <soon the sect had planted churches across the breadth of the colony> Synonyms begin, constitute, establish, inaugurate, initiate, innovate, institute, introduce, launch, pioneer, found, set up, startRelated Words author, father, originate; conceive, concoct, contrive, cook (up), create, devise, fabricate, invent, make up, manufacture, produce, think (up); construct, put up; develop, enlarge, expand; endow, finance, fund, subsidize; arrange, organize, systematize, systemize; refound, reinitiate, reinstitute, relaunchNear Antonyms abolish, annihilate, annul, nullify; end, finish, halt, stop, terminate; round (off or out), wind up, wrap upAntonyms close (down), phase out, shut (up)
3 to set permanently in the consciousness or mind-set <a profound respect for Mother Nature that had been planted by long experience with hurricanes> Synonyms breed, enroot, inculcate, infix, inseminate, instill, implant, sowRelated Words drive, hammer, pound; embed (also imbed), entrench (also intrench), fix, lodge, root; imbue, infuse, ingrain (also engrain), inoculate, invest, steep, suffuse
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