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seat

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of seat

  1. 1 a place from which authority is exercised all applications had to be submitted at the county seat for proper processing Synonyms of seat command, headquarters Words Related to seat high command; center, home; capital

  2. 2 the part of the body upon which someone sits fell down on his well-padded seat Synonyms of seat backside, behind, booty (also bootie) [slang], bottom, breech, bum, buns, butt, caboose, can, cheeks, derriere (or derrière), duff, fanny, fundament, hams, haunches, heinie [slang], hunkers, keister (also keester) [slang], nates, posterior, rear, rear end, rump, buttocks, tail, tail end, tush [slang]Words Related to seat beam, stern; moon [slang]

  3. 3 a thing or place that is of greatest importance to an activity or interest a capital that is the seat of culture for the whole nation Synonyms of seat axis, base, capital, central, core, cynosure, epicenter, eye, focus, ground zero, heart, hub, locus, mecca, navel, nerve center, nexus, nucleus, omphalos, centerWords Related to seat headquarters; happy hunting ground, hive, hotbed, hot spot, playground, playland; kernel, nub, pith; deep, thick; essence, quintessence, soul; attraction, lodestone (also loadstone), magnet, polestar


seat

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of seat

  1. 1 to cause to sit down the usher seated them in the third row Synonyms of seat set down, sit Words Related to seat ensconce, settle; lay, lie, rest; place, put; recline, repose

  2. 2 to put into an office or welcome into an organization with special ceremonies one of the first appointments that he made after being seated as president of the state senate Synonyms of seat baptize, inaugurate, induct, initiate, instate, invest, installWords Related to seat swear in; consecrate, enshrine; accept, admit, receive, take in; enlist, enroll (also enrol)Near Antonyms of seat can, discharge, fire, terminate; muster out


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