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changes


 
  Troponyms  (hyponyms)  of  verb  change 
 
  6  of  10  senses  of  change 
 
  Sense  1 
  change 
  =>  freshen,  refresh,  refreshen,  freshen  up 
  =>  dress,  get  dressed 
  =>  grow,  develop,  produce,  get  acquire 
  =>  regenerate 
  =>  gel 
  =>  brutalize,  brutalise 
  =>  convert 
  =>  mutate 
  =>  have  experience 
  =>  decrepitate 
  =>  suburbanize,  suburbanise 
  =>  glaze,  glass,  glass  over  glaze  over 
  =>  turn,  grow 
  =>  alkalinize,  alkalinise 
  =>  change  by  reversal,  turn,  reverse 
  =>  change  integrity 
  =>  change  shape,  change  form  deform 
  =>  change  state,  turn 
  =>  adjust  conform,  adapt 
  =>  rise,  jump,  climb  up 
  =>  assimilate 
  =>  dissimilate 
  =>  dissimilate 
  =>  change  magnitude 
  =>  modify 
  =>  deaden 
  =>  break 
  =>  mold,  mildew 
  =>  dry,  dry  out 
  =>  distill,  distil 
  =>  distill,  distil 
  =>  deoxidize,  deoxidise,  reduce 
  =>  crack 
  =>  oxidize,  oxidise 
  =>  grow 
  =>  mellow,  melt,  mellow  out 
  =>  soften 
  =>  stabilize,  stabilise 
  =>  destabilize,  destabilise 
  =>  lighten,  lighten  up 
  =>  discolor,  discolour,  colour,  color 
  =>  discolor 
  =>  narrow,  contract 
  =>  darken 
  =>  brighten,  lighten 
  =>  dim 
  =>  crack,  check,  break 
  =>  transpire 
  =>  resume,  take  up 
  =>  change  surface 
  =>  sublime,  sublimate 
  =>  cool,  cool  off  cool  down 
  =>  warm  up 
  =>  warm,  warm  up 
  =>  transform,  transmute 
  =>  convert 
  =>  dull 
  =>  Americanize,  Americanise 
  =>  stiffen 
  =>  tighten 
  =>  fail  go  bad  give  way  die,  give  out  conk  out  go  break,  break  down 
  =>  give  way  yield 
  =>  harden 
  =>  suffuse 
  =>  hush 
  =>  change  orientation,  orient,  reorient 
  =>  regress 
  =>  foul 
  =>  industrialize,  industrialise 
  =>  spot 
  =>  receive,  get  find  obtain,  incur 
  =>  acetylate,  acetylize,  acetylise 
  =>  assume,  acquire,  adopt,  take  on  take 
  =>  prim 
  =>  capacitate 
  =>  caseate 
  =>  caseate 
  =>  clinker 
  =>  dawn 
  =>  salinate 
  =>  desalinate,  desalt,  desalinize,  desalinise 
  =>  shallow,  shoal 
  =>  sop 
  =>  steepen 
  =>  superannuate 
  =>  ulcerate 
  =>  vitrify 
  =>  vulcanize,  vulcanise 
  =>  pall,  dull 
  =>  die,  pall,  become  flat 
  =>  move  go  run 
  =>  come 
  =>  catch 
  =>  catch  on 
  =>  develop,  grow 
  =>  fly 
  =>  develop,  evolve 
  =>  assibilate 
  =>  smoothen 
  =>  turn  on 
  =>  drop 
  =>  break  into 
  =>  concretize,  concretise 
  =>  decay 
  =>  commute,  transpose 
  =>  introject 
  =>  shift 
  =>  swing 
  =>  fall 
  =>  fall 
  =>  hydrolyze,  hydrolyse 
  =>  fold,  fold  up 
  =>  gelatinize,  gelatinise 
  =>  felt,  felt  up  mat  up  mat 
  =>  recombine 
  =>  obsolesce 
  =>  schematize,  schematise 
  =>  plasticize,  plasticise 
  =>  recede 
  =>  defervesce 
  =>  incandesce 
  =>  calcify 
  =>  drift 
  =>  play  out 
  =>  separate,  divide,  part 
  =>  format,  arrange 
  =>  fall  for 
  =>  move  up  rise 
  =>  change  posture 
  =>  settle 
  =>  collapse,  fall  in  cave  in  give  give  way  break,  founder 
  =>  occult 
  =>  pass 
  =>  leave  depart,  pull  up  stakes 
  =>  democratize 
  =>  reticulate 
  =>  flocculate 
  =>  carbonate 
  =>  come  in 
  =>  go  out 
  =>  stagnate 
  =>  make 
  =>  ice  up  frost  over  ice  over 
 
  Sense  2 
  change,  alter 
  =>  awaken,  wake,  waken,  rouse,  wake  up  arouse 
  =>  cause  to  sleep 
  =>  affect 
  =>  refresh,  freshen,  refreshen 
  =>  inseminate,  fertilize,  fertilise 
  =>  indispose 
  =>  cry 
  =>  brutalize,  brutalise 
  =>  convert 
  =>  opalize,  opalise 
  =>  mutate 
  =>  arterialize,  arterialise 
  =>  make  get 
  =>  counterchange,  transpose,  interchange 
  =>  vascularize 
  =>  decrepitate 
  =>  suburbanize,  suburbanise 
  =>  revolutionize,  revolutionise,  overturn 
  =>  etiolate 
  =>  barbarize,  barbarise 
  =>  alkalinize,  alkalinise 
  =>  mythologize,  mythologise 
  =>  allegorize,  allegorise 
  =>  demythologize,  demythologise 
  =>  bring  land 
  =>  coarsen 
  =>  affect,  impact,  bear  upon  bear  on  touch  on  touch 
  =>  alchemize,  alchemise 
  =>  alcoholize,  alcoholise 
  =>  shape,  form 
  =>  round  off  round  down  round  out  round 
  =>  suspend 
  =>  sober 
  =>  reconstruct 
  =>  increase 
  =>  assimilate 
  =>  dissimilate 
  =>  commute,  convert,  exchange 
  =>  unclutter,  clear 
  =>  activate 
  =>  activate 
  =>  activate,  aerate 
  =>  activate 
  =>  inactivate,  deactivate 
  =>  deaden,  blunt 
  =>  remodel,  reconstruct,  redo 
  =>  edit,  redact 
  =>  edit,  cut,  edit  out 
  =>  tame,  chasten,  subdue 
  =>  chasten,  moderate,  temper 
  =>  better,  improve,  amend,  ameliorate,  meliorate 
  =>  worsen,  aggravate,  exacerbate,  exasperate 
  =>  wet 
  =>  dry,  dry  out 
  =>  lubricate 
  =>  strengthen,  beef  up  fortify 
  =>  spike,  lace,  fortify 
  =>  weaken 
  =>  blunt 
  =>  oxidize,  oxidise 
  =>  reduce,  simplify 
  =>  unite,  unify,  merge 
  =>  age 
  =>  ripen 
  =>  antique,  antiquate 
  =>  antiquate 
  =>  develop,  make  grow 
  =>  soften 
  =>  damage 
  =>  acerbate 
  =>  stabilize,  stabilise 
  =>  destabilize,  destabilise 
  =>  sensitize,  sensitise,  sensify,  sensibilize,  sensibilise 
  =>  desensitize,  desensitise 
  =>  habituate,  accustom 
  =>  familiarize,  familiarise 
  =>  disorder,  disarray 
  =>  discolor 
  =>  color,  colorize,  colorise,  colourise,  colourize,  colour,  color  in  colour  in 
  =>  stain 
  =>  hue 
  =>  uglify 
  =>  set 
  =>  disqualify,  unfit,  indispose 
  =>  domesticate,  domesticize,  domesticise,  tame 
  =>  widen 
  =>  dehydrogenate 
  =>  hydrogenate 
  =>  oxygenize,  oxygenise 
  =>  darken 
  =>  brighten,  lighten  up  lighten 
  =>  blur,  blear 
  =>  clarify 
  =>  obscure,  bedim,  overcloud 
  =>  obscure,  blot  out  obliterate,  hide 
  =>  cook 
  =>  slenderize,  slenderise 
  =>  crack 
  =>  end  terminate,  cease 
  =>  end  terminate 
  =>  demist 
  =>  condense,  concentrate,  contract 
  =>  cool,  chill,  cool  down 
  =>  heat,  heat  up 
  =>  warm 
  =>  boil 
  =>  freeze 
  =>  switch,  change  over  shift 
  =>  transpose 
  =>  convert,  change  over 
  =>  transmute 
  =>  transform,  transmute 
  =>  ash 
  =>  translate,  transform 
  =>  convert 
  =>  invert,  reverse 
  =>  invert 
  =>  customize,  customise 
  =>  personalize,  personalise,  individualize,  individualise 
  =>  depersonalize,  depersonalise,  objectify 
  =>  sharpen 
  =>  flatten,  drop 
  =>  magnetize,  magnetise 
  =>  simplify 
  =>  complicate,  refine,  rarify,  elaborate 
  =>  refine 
  =>  complicate,  perplex 
  =>  supercharge,  pressurize,  pressurise 
  =>  centralize,  centralise,  concentrate 
  =>  decentralize,  deconcentrate,  decentralise 
  =>  socialize,  socialise 
  =>  prepare,  set  up  ready,  gear  up  set 
  =>  internationalize,  internationalise 
  =>  communize,  communise,  bolshevize,  bolshevise 
  =>  Europeanize,  Europeanise 
  =>  Europeanize,  Europeanise 
  =>  bestialize,  bestialise 
  =>  Americanize,  Americanise 
  =>  anglicize,  anglicise 
  =>  Frenchify 
  =>  civilize,  civilise,  modernize,  modernise,  develop 
  =>  nationalize,  nationalise 
  =>  denationalize,  denationalise 
  =>  naturalize,  naturalise 
  =>  denaturalize,  denaturalise 
  =>  naturalize,  naturalise 
  =>  denaturalize,  denaturalise 
  =>  even  even  out 
  =>  equal,  match,  equalize,  equalise,  equate 
  =>  stiffen 
  =>  loosen,  loose 
  =>  tighten,  fasten 
  =>  transitivize,  transitivise 
  =>  detransitivize,  detransitivise,  intransitivize,  intransitivise 
  =>  thicken 
  =>  full 
  =>  diversify 
  =>  deaden 
  =>  check,  retard 
  =>  decrease,  lessen,  minify 
  =>  harden 
  =>  liquefy,  liquify,  liquidize,  liquidise 
  =>  solvate 
  =>  validate 
  =>  invalidate,  void,  vitiate 
  =>  empty 
  =>  fill,  fill  up  make  full 
  =>  saturate 
  =>  louden 
  =>  normalize,  normalise,  renormalize,  renormalise 
  =>  morph 
  =>  neutralize,  neutralise 
  =>  commercialize,  commercialise,  market 
  =>  mechanize,  mechanise 
  =>  automatize,  automatise,  automate 
  =>  automatize,  automatise 
  =>  mechanize,  mechanise 
  =>  harmonize,  harmonise,  chord 
  =>  polarize,  polarise 
  =>  glorify 
  =>  contaminate 
  =>  devalue 
  =>  insulate 
  =>  calcify 
  =>  urbanize,  urbanise 
  =>  emulsify 
  =>  demulsify 
  =>  Nazify 
  =>  fertilize,  fertilise 
  =>  clarify 
  =>  mark 
  =>  barb 
  =>  nick 
  =>  disable,  disenable,  incapacitate 
  =>  enable 
  =>  deemphasize,  destress 
  =>  tender,  tenderize,  tenderise 
  =>  sweeten 
  =>  iodinate 
  =>  ionate 
  =>  archaize,  arachaise 
  =>  inform 
  =>  officialize,  officialise 
  =>  occidentalize,  occidentalise,  Westernize,  Westernise,  westernize,  westernise 
  =>  orientalize,  orientalise 
  =>  acetylate,  acetylize,  acetylise 
  =>  achromatize,  achromatise 
  =>  parallel,  collimate 
  =>  camp 
  =>  classicize,  classicise 
  =>  conventionalize,  conventionalise 
  =>  decimalize,  decimalise 
  =>  dizzy 
  =>  poison,  envenom 
  =>  exteriorize,  exteriorise,  externalize,  externalise,  objectify 
  =>  glamorize,  glamourise 
  =>  introvert 
  =>  laicize,  laicise 
  =>  politicize,  politicise 
  =>  proof 
  =>  romanticize,  romanticise 
  =>  rusticate 
  =>  sauce 
  =>  shallow,  shoal 
  =>  tense 
  =>  steepen 
  =>  scramble 
  =>  unscramble 
  =>  unsex 
  =>  vitrify 
  =>  pall 
  =>  saponify 
  =>  extend,  expand 
  =>  suspend,  set  aside 
  =>  muddy 
  =>  transform 
  =>  lift,  raise,  elevate 
  =>  harshen 
  =>  dinge 
  =>  demonize,  demonise 
  =>  devilize,  devilise,  diabolize,  diabolise 
  =>  etherealize,  etherialise 
  =>  immaterialize,  immaterialise,  unsubstantialize,  unsubstantialise 
  =>  animize,  animise,  animate 
  =>  clear 
  =>  dynamize,  dynamise 
  =>  dynamize,  dynamise 
  =>  rarefy,  sublimate,  subtilize 
  =>  volatilize,  volatilise 
  =>  uniformize,  uniformise 
  =>  symmetrize,  symmetrise 
  =>  immortalize,  immortalise,  eternize,  eternise,  eternalize,  eternalise 
  =>  denature 
  =>  denature 
  =>  denature 
  =>  sanitize,  sanitise 
  =>  verbify 
  =>  shift 
  =>  sputter 
  =>  draw 
  =>  make 
  =>  dope 
  =>  prostrate 
  =>  excite 
  =>  excite,  energize,  energise 
  =>  shake 
  =>  outmode 
  =>  spice,  spice  up  zest 
  =>  shorten 
  =>  think 
  =>  make 
  =>  deflate 
  =>  inflate 
  =>  digitize,  digitise,  digitalize,  digitalise 
  =>  gelatinize,  gelatinise 
  =>  recombine 
  =>  feminize,  effeminize,  womanize 
  =>  dissonate 
  =>  sexualize,  sexualise 
  =>  schematize,  schematise 
  =>  patent 
  =>  constitutionalize,  constitutionalise 
  =>  rationalize,  rationalise 
  =>  plasticize,  plasticise 
  =>  rarefy 
  =>  paganize 
  =>  incandesce 
  =>  confuse,  blur,  obscure 
  =>  confuse 
  =>  tone  down  moderate,  tame 
  =>  obfuscate 
  =>  synchronize 
  =>  mince,  soften,  moderate 
  =>  militarize,  militarise 
  =>  break  down  crush 
  =>  fatten,  fat,  flesh  out  fill  out  plump,  plump  out  fatten  out  fatten  up 
  =>  touch,  disturb 
  =>  dull 
  =>  dull,  blunt 
  =>  sharpen 
  =>  coarsen 
  =>  loosen 
  =>  untie,  undo,  loosen 
  =>  barb 
  =>  string 
  =>  straighten,  straighten  out 
  =>  close  fill,  fill  up 
  =>  bring 
  =>  mix,  mingle,  commix,  unify,  amalgamate 
  =>  charge 
  =>  put 
  =>  clean,  make  clean 
  =>  dirty,  soil,  begrime,  grime,  colly,  bemire 
  =>  lower,  depress 
  =>  deform 
  =>  form 
  =>  break,  break  up 
  =>  alter 
  =>  decorate,  adorn,  grace,  ornament,  embellish,  beautify 
  =>  humanize,  humanise 
  =>  humble 
  =>  estrange,  alienate,  alien,  disaffect 
  =>  right 
  =>  desensitize,  desensitise 
  =>  deodorize 
  =>  develop 
  =>  blur 
  =>  blind 
  =>  change  intensity 
  =>  change  taste 
  =>  capture 
  =>  lend,  impart,  bestow,  contribute,  add  bring 
  =>  restore,  reinstate,  reestablish 
  =>  liberalize 
  =>  right  compensate,  redress,  correct 
  =>  democratize 
  =>  neutralize 
  =>  corrupt,  pervert,  demoralize,  demoralise,  debauch,  debase,  profane,  vitiate,  deprave,  misdirect 
  =>  turn 
  =>  make  possible 
 
  Sense  3 
  change,  alter,  vary 
  =>  alternate,  jump 
  =>  crackle 
  =>  modulate 
  =>  avianize,  avianise 
  =>  move 
  =>  adapt,  accommodate 
  =>  let  out  widen 
  =>  take  in 
  =>  diversify,  branch  out  broaden 
  =>  diversify 
  =>  specialize,  specialise,  narrow,  narrow  down 
  =>  honeycomb 
  =>  break 
 
  Sense  4 
  switch,  shift,  change 
  =>  break 
  =>  surf,  channel-surf 
  =>  leap,  jump 
  =>  diphthongize 
  =>  cut 
  =>  break 
 
  Sense  6 
  change,  exchange,  commute,  convert 
  =>  utilize 
  =>  capitalize,  capitalise 
  =>  launder 
  =>  break 
 
  Sense  7 
  exchange,  change,  interchange 
  =>  sell 
  =>  cash,  cash  in 
  =>  ransom,  redeem 
  =>  substitute,  replace 
  =>  substitute,  sub,  stand  in  fill  in 
  =>  trade  swap,  swop,  switch 
  =>  barter 
  =>  trade  trade  in 
 
  Troponyms  (hyponyms)  of  verb  change 
 
  6  of  10  senses  of  change 
 
  Sense  1 
  change 
  =>  freshen,  refresh,  refreshen,  freshen  up 
  =>  wash  up 
  =>  dress,  get  dressed 
  =>  dress  up  fig  out  fig  up  deck  up  gussy  up  fancy  up  trick  up  deck  out  trick  out  prink,  attire,  get  up  rig  out  tog  up  tog  out  overdress 
  =>  preen,  primp,  plume,  dress 
  =>  prank 
  =>  tart  up 
  =>  enrobe 
  =>  bedizen,  dizen 
  =>  dress,  dress  up 
  =>  dress  down  underdress 
  =>  prink 
  =>  bundle  up 
  =>  wear,  put  on  get  into  don,  assume 
  =>  hat 
  =>  bonnet 
  =>  try  on  try 
  =>  scarf 
  =>  slip  on 
  =>  cross-dress 
  =>  dandify 
  =>  change 
  =>  grow,  develop,  produce,  get  acquire 
  =>  fledge,  feather 
  =>  regrow 
  =>  spring 
  =>  sprout 
  =>  stool,  tiller 
  =>  leaf 
  =>  pod 
  =>  teethe 
  =>  pupate 
  =>  work  up  get  up 
  =>  cut 
  =>  regenerate 
  =>  rejuvenate 
  =>  gel 
  =>  brutalize,  brutalise 
  =>  convert 
  =>  caramelize,  caramelise 
  =>  malt 
  =>  melanize,  melanise 
  =>  mutate 
  =>  have  experience 
  =>  meet  encounter,  receive 
  =>  decrepitate 
  =>  suburbanize,  suburbanise 
  =>  glaze,  glass,  glass  over  glaze  over 
  =>  turn,  grow 
  =>  bald 
  =>  turn 
  =>  alkalinize,  alkalinise 
  =>  change  by  reversal,  turn,  reverse 
  =>  interchange,  switch,  alternate,  flip,  flip-flop 
  =>  turn  the  tables,  turn  the  tide 
  =>  commutate 
  =>  switch  over  switch,  exchange 
  =>  correct,  right 
  =>  rectify,  remedy,  amend 
  =>  debug 
  =>  adjust  set 
  =>  proportion 
  =>  scale  down 
  =>  scale  up 
  =>  modulate 
  =>  temper 
  =>  tune,  tune  up 
  =>  calibrate,  graduate,  fine-tune 
  =>  tune,  tune  up 
  =>  fine-tune,  tweak 
  =>  service 
  =>  tune  in 
  =>  zero,  zero  in 
  =>  zero 
  =>  readjust,  reset 
  =>  attune 
  =>  time 
  =>  set 
  =>  reset 
  =>  advance,  set  ahead 
  =>  regulate,  modulate 
  =>  focus,  sharpen 
  =>  refocus 
  =>  pin  down  narrow  down 
  =>  synchronize,  synchronise,  sync 
  =>  phase 
  =>  pressurize,  pressurise 
  =>  depressurize,  depressurise,  decompress 
  =>  puncture 
  =>  match,  fit 
  =>  balance,  equilibrate,  equilibrize 
  =>  complement 
  =>  compensate,  counterbalance,  even  out  even  off  even  up 
  =>  carry 
  =>  cover 
  =>  cancel,  offset,  set  off 
  =>  counteract,  countervail,  neutralize,  counterbalance 
  =>  override 
  =>  offset,  countervail 
  =>  plumb 
  =>  align,  coordinate 
  =>  harmonize,  harmonise,  reconcile 
  =>  key 
  =>  linearize,  linearise 
  =>  justify 
  =>  citify 
  =>  falsify 
  =>  permute,  commute,  transpose 
  =>  map,  represent 
  =>  metamorphose,  transfigure,  transmogrify 
  =>  revert,  return,  retrovert,  regress,  turn  back 
  =>  resile 
  =>  recover,  go  back 
  =>  rally,  rebound 
  =>  desynchronize,  desynchronise 
  =>  desecrate,  deconsecrate 
  =>  undo 
  =>  untie,  unbrace,  unlace 
  =>  unloose 
  =>  unlash 
  =>  unstrap 
  =>  unhitch 
  =>  unyoke 
  =>  outspan 
  =>  unharness 
  =>  outspan 
  =>  unpick 
  =>  unfasten 
  =>  unchain 
  =>  unzip 
  =>  unbend 
  =>  unbelt 
  =>  unstaple 
  =>  unclip 
  =>  unbutton 
  =>  unpin 
  =>  unplug,  disconnect 
  =>  unbraid 
  =>  unravel,  unknot,  unscramble,  untangle,  unpick 
  =>  unwind,  disentangle 
  =>  roll  out  straighten 
  =>  uncoil 
  =>  unbuckle 
  =>  unfold,  spread,  spread  out  open 
  =>  divaricate 
  =>  exfoliate 
  =>  grass 
  =>  butterfly 
  =>  uncross 
  =>  splay 
  =>  unwire 
  =>  change  integrity 
  =>  reform 
  =>  polymerize,  polymerise 
  =>  copolymerize,  copolymerise 
  =>  polymerize,  polymerise 
  =>  explode,  burst 
  =>  crump 
  =>  go  off 
  =>  erupt,  belch 
  =>  explode,  detonate,  blow  up  set  off 
  =>  fulminate 
  =>  dynamite 
  =>  cook 
  =>  bake 
  =>  ovenbake 
  =>  fire 
  =>  shirr 
  =>  brown 
  =>  coddle 
  =>  souse 
  =>  microwave,  micro-cook,  zap,  nuke 
  =>  blanch,  parboil 
  =>  overcook 
  =>  fricassee 
  =>  stew 
  =>  jug 
  =>  roast 
  =>  pan  roast 
  =>  braise 
  =>  fry 
  =>  frizzle 
  =>  deep-fat-fry 
  =>  griddle 
  =>  pan-fry 
  =>  french-fry,  deep-fry 
  =>  stir  fry 
  =>  saute 
  =>  grill 
  =>  barbecue,  cook  out 
  =>  hibachi 
  =>  broil,  oven  broil 
  =>  pan-broil 
  =>  steam 
  =>  boil 
  =>  overboil 
  =>  simmer 
  =>  pressure-cook 
  =>  poach 
  =>  break  up  disperse,  scatter 
  =>  backscatter 
  =>  break,  separate,  split  up  fall  apart,  come  apart 
  =>  burst,  split,  break  open 
  =>  blow 
  =>  stave,  stave  in 
  =>  puncture 
  =>  burst,  bust 
  =>  shatter 
  =>  ladder,  run 
  =>  snap,  crack 
  =>  break  up  fragment,  fragmentize,  fragmentise 
  =>  atomize,  atomise 
  =>  grind,  mash,  crunch,  bray,  comminute 
  =>  pulp 
  =>  pestle 
  =>  mill 
  =>  pound 
  =>  sunder 
  =>  splinter,  sliver 
  =>  rag 
  =>  crumb 
  =>  brecciate 
  =>  crush 
  =>  bruise 
  =>  grate,  grind 
  =>  gnash 
  =>  chew,  masticate,  manducate,  jaw 
  =>  chomp,  champ 
  =>  champ 
  =>  mumble,  gum 
  =>  chaw 
  =>  crunch,  munch 
  =>  gnaw 
  =>  crush 
  =>  pasteurize,  pasteurise 
  =>  condense 
  =>  evaporate,  vaporize,  vaporise 
  =>  transpire 
  =>  burn,  incinerate 
  =>  blend,  flux,  mix,  conflate,  commingle,  immix,  fuse,  coalesce,  meld,  combine,  merge 
  =>  absorb 
  =>  melt,  meld 
  =>  blend  in  mix  in 
  =>  cut  in 
  =>  accrete 
  =>  conjugate 
  =>  admix 
  =>  alloy 
  =>  syncretize,  syncretise 
  =>  disintegrate 
  =>  powderize,  powder,  pulverize,  pulverise 
  =>  run,  unravel 
  =>  crumble,  fall  apart 
  =>  dissolve 
  =>  crash,  break  up  break  apart 
  =>  disintegrate,  decay,  decompose 
  =>  thicken 
  =>  gasify,  vaporize,  vaporise,  aerify 
  =>  liquefy,  flux,  liquify 
  =>  condense 
  =>  thaw,  unfreeze,  unthaw,  melt 
  =>  defrost,  deice,  de-ice 
  =>  fuse 
  =>  solidify 
  =>  consolidate 
  =>  jell,  set  congeal 
  =>  crystallize,  crystalize,  crystalise,  effloresce 
  =>  devitrify 
  =>  freeze,  freeze  out  freeze  down 
  =>  solidify 
  =>  consolidate 
  =>  concrete 
  =>  crystallize,  crystallise,  crystalize,  crystalise 
  =>  dissolve,  resolve,  break  up 
  =>  melt,  run,  melt  down 
  =>  fuse 
  =>  try  render 
  =>  cut 
  =>  demulsify 
  =>  jellify,  jelly 
  =>  jellify 
  =>  separate 
  =>  decompose,  break  up  break  down 
  =>  dissociate 
  =>  crack 
  =>  dialyse,  dialyze 
  =>  peptize,  peptise 
  =>  tease,  card 
  =>  winnow 
  =>  filter,  filtrate,  strain,  separate  out  filter  out 
  =>  extract 
  =>  fractionate 
  =>  fractionate 
  =>  sift,  sieve,  strain 
  =>  rice 
  =>  resift 
  =>  riddle,  screen 
  =>  winnow,  fan 
  =>  wash 
  =>  pan,  pan  out  pan  off 
  =>  avulse 
  =>  crumble,  crumple,  tumble,  break  down  collapse 
  =>  divide,  split,  split  up  separate,  dissever,  carve  up 
  =>  format,  initialize,  initialise 
  =>  triangulate 
  =>  break 
  =>  unitize,  unitise 
  =>  lot 
  =>  parcel 
  =>  sliver,  splinter 
  =>  paragraph 
  =>  canton 
  =>  balkanize 
  =>  change  shape,  change  form  deform 
  =>  granulate,  grain 
  =>  bulge,  pouch,  protrude 
  =>  bulk 
  =>  sharpen,  taper,  point 
  =>  acuminate 
  =>  roll  up  furl 
  =>  douse 
  =>  reef 
  =>  bolt 
  =>  take  in  gather  in 
  =>  incorporate 
  =>  coal 
  =>  brail 
  =>  flatten,  flatten  out 
  =>  splat 
  =>  press 
  =>  iron,  iron  out 
  =>  mangle 
  =>  calender 
  =>  disfigure,  distort 
  =>  morph 
  =>  mangle,  mutilate,  murder 
  =>  draw 
  =>  deform 
  =>  dinge,  batter 
  =>  twist,  twine,  distort 
  =>  kink 
  =>  wring,  wrench 
  =>  contort,  deform,  distort,  wring 
  =>  entangle,  tangle,  mat,  snarl 
  =>  felt 
  =>  enmesh,  mesh,  ensnarl 
  =>  intertwine,  twine,  entwine,  enlace,  interlace,  lace 
  =>  wreathe,  wind 
  =>  fold 
  =>  wattle 
  =>  pleach,  plash 
  =>  ravel,  tangle,  knot 
  =>  splice 
  =>  piece 
  =>  spin 
  =>  weave,  interweave 
  =>  plait 
  =>  inweave 
  =>  raddle,  ruddle 
  =>  tinsel 
  =>  braid,  pleach 
  =>  bend,  deform,  twist,  turn 
  =>  indent,  dent 
  =>  gnarl 
  =>  crank 
  =>  convolve,  convolute 
  =>  bend,  flex 
  =>  crook,  curve 
  =>  recurve 
  =>  arch,  curve,  arc 
  =>  camber 
  =>  retroflex 
  =>  lean,  tilt,  tip,  slant,  angle 
  =>  slope,  incline,  pitch 
  =>  ascend 
  =>  stoop 
  =>  fall 
  =>  climb 
  =>  dip 
  =>  weather 
  =>  list 
  =>  lean  back  recline 
  =>  fall  back 
  =>  crouch,  stoop,  bend,  bow 
  =>  squinch 
  =>  huddle,  cower 
  =>  double  over  double,  double  up 
  =>  fawn,  crawl,  creep,  cringe,  cower,  grovel 
  =>  curl  up  curl,  draw  in 
  =>  unfold,  stretch,  stretch  out  extend 
  =>  protrude,  pop,  pop  out  bulge,  bulge  out  bug  out  come  out 
  =>  change  state,  turn 
  =>  wake  up  awake,  arouse,  awaken,  wake,  come  alive,  waken 
  =>  zonk  out  pass  out  black  out 
  =>  faint,  conk,  swoon,  pass  out 
  =>  come  to  revive 
  =>  tense,  tense  up 
  =>  relax,  loosen  up  unbend,  unwind,  decompress,  slow  down 
  =>  sit  back  take  it  easy 
  =>  reduce,  melt  off  lose  weight,  slim,  slenderize,  thin,  slim  down 
  =>  sweat  off 
  =>  gain,  put  on 
  =>  round,  fill  out 
  =>  pack  on 
  =>  dress,  clothe,  enclothe,  garb,  raiment,  tog,  garment,  habilitate,  fit  out  apparel 
  =>  prim,  prim  up  prim  out 
  =>  cover,  wrap  up 
  =>  jacket 
  =>  frock 
  =>  shirt 
  =>  habit 
  =>  vesture 
  =>  overdress,  overclothe 
  =>  corset 
  =>  shoe 
  =>  coat 
  =>  costume,  dress  up 
  =>  vest,  robe 
  =>  gown 
  =>  cross-fertilize,  cross-fertilise 
  =>  conceive 
  =>  secularize,  secularise 
  =>  citrate 
  =>  equilibrate 
  =>  fall 
  =>  fall  in  love 
  =>  become  go  get 
  =>  sober  up  sober 
  =>  sober  up  sober 
  =>  work 
  =>  take  effect 
  =>  run 
  =>  take 
  =>  break 
  =>  settle 
  =>  come 
  =>  worsen,  decline 
  =>  inflame 
  =>  sicken,  come  down 
  =>  wan 
  =>  contract,  take  get 
  =>  catch 
  =>  catch  cold 
  =>  canker 
  =>  deteriorate,  drop,  degenerate 
  =>  tire,  pall,  weary,  fatigue,  jade 
  =>  poop  out  peter  out  run  down  run  out  conk  out 
  =>  retire,  withdraw 
  =>  chicken  out  back  off  pull  out  back  down  bow  out 
  =>  resile 
  =>  languish,  fade 
  =>  waste,  rot 
  =>  necrose,  gangrene,  mortify,  sphacelate 
  =>  deprive,  impoverish 
  =>  disestablish 
  =>  fail 
  =>  tumble 
  =>  slip,  drop  off  drop  away  fall  away 
  =>  lapse,  backslide 
  =>  suffer 
  =>  suffer,  lose 
  =>  regress,  retrograde,  retrogress 
  =>  fall  back  lose,  drop  off  fall  behind,  recede 
  =>  turn  down 
  =>  better,  improve,  ameliorate,  meliorate 
  =>  recuperate,  recover,  convalesce 
  =>  perk  up  perk,  percolate,  pick  up  gain  vigor 
  =>  heal 
  =>  scab,  scab  over  cicatrize 
  =>  skin  over 
  =>  granulate 
  =>  reform,  straighten  out  see  the  light 
  =>  regenerate 
  =>  turn  around  pick  up 
  =>  get  well  get  over  bounce  back 
  =>  remit 
  =>  mend,  heal 
  =>  fructify 
  =>  disengage 
  =>  unlock 
  =>  declutch 
  =>  overgrow 
  =>  concentrate 
  =>  break 
  =>  acidify,  acetify 
  =>  alkalize,  alkalise,  alkalify,  basify 
  =>  ionize,  ionise 
  =>  ossify 
  =>  catalyze 
  =>  get  worse,  relapse 
  =>  fluctuate 
  =>  explode,  burst  forth,  break  loose 
  =>  die,  decease,  perish,  go  exit  pass  away  expire,  pass 
  =>  suffocate 
  =>  buy  it  pip  out 
  =>  drown 
  =>  kick  the  bucket,  buy  the  farm,  conk,  drop  dead,  pop  off  choke,  croak,  snuff  it 
  =>  predecease 
  =>  starve,  famish 
  =>  fall 
  =>  succumb,  yield 
  =>  be  born 
  =>  hatch 
  =>  fall 
  =>  come  to  life,  come  into  being 
  =>  cloud  over 
  =>  carbonize,  carbonise 
  =>  cool,  chill,  cool  down 
  =>  heat,  hot  up  heat  up 
  =>  overheat 
  =>  fry 
  =>  carbonize,  carbonise,  carburize,  carburise 
  =>  freeze 
  =>  glaciate 
  =>  boil 
  =>  boil  over  overboil 
  =>  burn,  combust 
  =>  burn  down  burn  up  go  up 
  =>  smolder,  smoulder 
  =>  flame 
  =>  flare,  flame  up  blaze  up  burn  up 
  =>  blaze 
  =>  emaciate 
  =>  Frenchify 
  =>  thin 
  =>  thicken 
  =>  solvate 
  =>  react 
  =>  bromate,  brominate 
  =>  dissolve,  fade  out  fade  away 
  =>  empty,  discharge 
  =>  drain,  flow  away  flow  off 
  =>  fill,  fill  up 
  =>  water 
  =>  flood 
  =>  rack  up 
  =>  homogenize,  homogenise 
  =>  homogenize,  homogenise 
  =>  curdle,  clabber,  clot 
  =>  clot,  coagulate 
  =>  curdle 
  =>  sour,  turn,  ferment,  work 
  =>  integrate 
  =>  unify,  unite,  merge 
  =>  consolidate 
  =>  syncretize,  syncretise 
  =>  converge 
  =>  coalesce 
  =>  clog,  clot 
  =>  precipitate 
  =>  calcify 
  =>  coke 
  =>  carnify 
  =>  chondrify 
  =>  emulsify 
  =>  denitrify 
  =>  devitrify 
  =>  esterify 
  =>  etherify 
  =>  thrombose 
  =>  open  open  up 
  =>  unfasten 
  =>  fly  open 
  =>  close  shut 
  =>  sorb,  take  up 
  =>  absorb 
  =>  reabsorb,  resorb 
  =>  assimilate,  imbibe 
  =>  adsorb 
  =>  chemisorb 
  =>  calm,  calm  down  cool  off  chill  out  simmer  down  settle  down  cool  it 
  =>  thrive,  prosper,  fligh  high,  flourish 
  =>  emancipate,  liberate 
  =>  get  into  tangle  with 
  =>  liquefy 
  =>  ignite,  erupt,  catch  fire,  take  fire 
  =>  catch 
  =>  light  up 
  =>  adjust  conform,  adapt 
  =>  readjust,  readapt 
  =>  readapt 
  =>  assimilate 
  =>  acculturate 
  =>  detribalize,  detribalise 
  =>  focus 
  =>  acclimatize,  acclimatise,  acclimate 
  =>  match 
  =>  obey 
  =>  comply,  follow  abide  by 
  =>  oblige,  accommodate 
  =>  toe  the  line 
  =>  conform  to 
  =>  take  orders 
  =>  heed,  mind,  listen 
  =>  square 
  =>  rise,  jump,  climb  up 
  =>  assimilate 
  =>  dissimilate 
  =>  differentiate 
  =>  dissimilate 
  =>  change  magnitude 
  =>  decrease,  diminish,  lessen,  fall 
  =>  break 
  =>  shrink,  shrivel 
  =>  taper 
  =>  drop  off 
  =>  vanish,  fly 
  =>  break 
  =>  ease  up  ease  off  slacken  off  slack  off  flag 
  =>  boil  down  reduce,  decoct,  concentrate 
  =>  shrink,  contract 
  =>  flex 
  =>  shrivel,  shrivel  up  shrink,  wither 
  =>  atrophy 
  =>  die  back  die  down 
  =>  mummify,  dry  up 
  =>  abate,  let  up  slack  off  slack,  die  away 
  =>  deflate 
  =>  dwindle,  dwindle  away  dwindle  down 
  =>  depreciate,  undervalue,  devaluate,  devalue 
  =>  shorten 
  =>  thin  out 
  =>  decline  go  down  wane 
  =>  dip 
  =>  wear  on 
  =>  drop 
  =>  slump,  fall  off  sink 
  =>  tumble 
  =>  wane 
  =>  wane 
  =>  decrescendo 
  =>  increase 
  =>  accrue 
  =>  redound 
  =>  add  to 
  =>  gain 
  =>  explode 
  =>  pyramid 
  =>  snowball 
  =>  accumulate,  cumulate,  conglomerate,  pile  up  gather,  amass 
  =>  backlog 
  =>  accrete 
  =>  drift 
  =>  intensify,  deepen 
  =>  build 
  =>  redouble 
  =>  erupt,  flare  up  flare,  break  open  burst  out 
  =>  condense 
  =>  sharpen 
  =>  accelerate,  speed  up  speed,  quicken 
  =>  brisk,  brisk  up  brisken 
  =>  intensify,  compound,  heighten,  deepen 
  =>  heat  up  hot  up  screw  up 
  =>  fan 
  =>  enhance,  heighten,  raise 
  =>  amplify 
  =>  sharpen 
  =>  sharpen,  heighten 
  =>  subtilize,  subtilise 
  =>  grow 
  =>  hypertrophy 
  =>  rise,  go  up  climb 
  =>  soar 
  =>  bull 
  =>  enlarge 
  =>  magnify,  amplify 
  =>  augment 
  =>  build  up 
  =>  mushroom 
  =>  overgrow,  outgrow 
  =>  overgrow,  grow  over 
  =>  stretch 
  =>  give  yield 
  =>  develop 
  =>  differentiate 
  =>  grow 
  =>  cut 
  =>  ankylose,  ancylose 
  =>  undergrow 
  =>  exfoliate 
  =>  vegetate 
  =>  vegetate 
  =>  twin 
  =>  shoot,  spud,  germinate,  pullulate,  bourgeon,  burgeon  forth,  sprout 
  =>  age,  get  on  mature,  maturate 
  =>  turn 
  =>  fossilize,  fossilise 
  =>  dote 
  =>  age 
  =>  progress,  come  on  come  along  advance,  get  on  get  along  shape  up 
  =>  climb 
  =>  leapfrog 
  =>  mature,  maturate,  grow 
  =>  ripen 
  =>  find  oneself,  find 
  =>  grow  up 
  =>  come  of  age 
  =>  evolve 
  =>  derive 
  =>  adolesce 
  =>  build  up  work  up  build,  progress 
  =>  incubate 
  =>  blossom,  blossom  out  blossom  forth,  unfold 
  =>  bloom,  blossom,  flower 
  =>  effloresce,  burst  forth 
  =>  spike,  spike  out 
  =>  bud 
  =>  expand 
  =>  balloon,  inflate,  billow 
  =>  reflate 
  =>  swell,  swell  up  intumesce,  tumefy 
  =>  distend 
  =>  belly,  belly  out 
  =>  puff,  puff  up  blow  up  puff  out 
  =>  bloat 
  =>  blister 
  =>  boom,  prosper,  thrive,  get  ahead,  flourish,  expand 
  =>  revive 
  =>  luxuriate 
  =>  proliferate 
  =>  lengthen 
  =>  burgeon 
  =>  rise,  prove 
  =>  expand,  spread  out 
  =>  rise 
  =>  dispread 
  =>  bush  out 
  =>  pullulate 
  =>  widen 
  =>  flare  out  flare 
  =>  dilate,  distend 
  =>  appreciate,  apprize,  apprise,  revalue 
  =>  broaden 
  =>  shoot  up 
  =>  wax,  mount,  climb,  rise 
  =>  jump 
  =>  advance,  gain 
  =>  wax,  full 
  =>  crescendo 
  =>  swell 
  =>  size 
  =>  scale 
  =>  resize 
  =>  rescale 
  =>  scale  down 
  =>  scale  up 
  =>  modify 
  =>  attemper 
  =>  syncopate 
  =>  update 
  =>  update 
  =>  soup  up  hop  up  hot  up 
  =>  cream 
  =>  qualify,  restrict 
  =>  corrupt,  spoil 
  =>  adulterate,  stretch,  dilute,  debase 
  =>  water  down 
  =>  sophisticate,  doctor,  doctor  up 
  =>  temper,  harden 
  =>  specialize,  specialise 
  =>  buffer 
  =>  inflect 
  =>  compare 
  =>  decline 
  =>  conjugate 
  =>  cushion,  buffer,  soften 
  =>  deaden 
  =>  break 
  =>  mold,  mildew 
  =>  smut 
  =>  dry-rot 
  =>  dry,  dry  out 
  =>  run  dry,  dry  out 
  =>  distill,  distil 
  =>  moonshine 
  =>  distill,  distil 
  =>  deoxidize,  deoxidise,  reduce 
  =>  pole 
  =>  crack 
  =>  oxidize,  oxidise 
  =>  catabolize,  catabolise 
  =>  breath 
  =>  grow 
  =>  mellow,  melt,  mellow  out 
  =>  soften 
  =>  mellow 
  =>  macerate 
  =>  stabilize,  stabilise 
  =>  ballast 
  =>  settle,  root,  take  root,  steady  down  settle  down 
  =>  roost 
  =>  steady,  calm,  becalm 
  =>  guy 
  =>  destabilize,  destabilise 
  =>  lighten,  lighten  up 
  =>  irradiate 
  =>  light,  illume,  illumine,  light  up  illuminate 
  =>  floodlight 
  =>  spotlight 
  =>  discolor,  discolour,  colour,  color 
  =>  blush,  crimson,  flush,  redden 
  =>  pale,  blanch,  blench 
  =>  tan,  bronze 
  =>  suntan 
  =>  sunburn,  burn 
  =>  whiten,  white 
  =>  bleach 
  =>  peroxide 
  =>  blanco 
  =>  blacken,  melanize,  melanise,  nigrify,  black 
  =>  turn 
  =>  silver 
  =>  dye 
  =>  bronze 
  =>  stain 
  =>  deep-dye 
  =>  impress,  yarn-dye 
  =>  stain 
  =>  ebonize,  ebonise 
  =>  dip 
  =>  tattoo 
  =>  marble 
  =>  vein 
  =>  tint,  tinct,  bepaint,  tinge,  touch 
  =>  henna 
  =>  tincture 
  =>  imbue,  hue,  tinge 
  =>  complexion 
  =>  fast  dye 
  =>  double  dye 
  =>  hand  dye 
  =>  tie  dye 
  =>  batik 
  =>  piece-dye 
  =>  redden 
  =>  blush 
  =>  purple 
  =>  gray,  grey 
  =>  yellow 
  =>  tone 
  =>  green 
  =>  blue 
  =>  discolor 
  =>  wash  out 
  =>  narrow,  contract 
  =>  bottleneck 
  =>  taper  off 
  =>  darken 
  =>  black  out  blacken  out 
  =>  overcloud,  cloud  over  cloud  up 
  =>  brighten,  lighten 
  =>  dim 
  =>  crack,  check,  break 
  =>  crack 
  =>  chap 
  =>  craze 
  =>  alligator 
  =>  transpire 
  =>  resume,  take  up 
  =>  change  surface 
  =>  level,  level  off 
  =>  crust 
  =>  heave,  buckle,  warp 
  =>  lift 
  =>  curl,  curve,  kink 
  =>  unfurl,  unroll 
  =>  roll  up  wrap  up 
  =>  marbleize,  marbleise 
  =>  smooth,  smoothen 
  =>  strip 
  =>  launch 
  =>  rake 
  =>  sandpaper,  sand 
  =>  rough-sand 
  =>  sandblast 
  =>  file 
  =>  roughen 
  =>  fold,  fold  up  turn  up 
  =>  furrow,  wrinkle,  crease 
  =>  wrinkle,  ruckle,  crease,  crinkle,  scrunch,  scrunch  up  crisp 
  =>  pucker,  rumple,  cockle,  crumple,  knit 
  =>  pucker,  ruck,  ruck  up 
  =>  corrugate 
  =>  ruffle,  pleat 
  =>  tuck 
  =>  crimp,  pinch 
  =>  flute 
  =>  cross 
  =>  collapse 
  =>  deflate 
  =>  concertina 
  =>  level,  even  out  even 
  =>  grade 
  =>  aggrade 
  =>  strickle,  strike 
  =>  tease 
  =>  impress,  imprint 
  =>  stamp 
  =>  date,  date  stamp 
  =>  rubberstamp,  handstamp 
  =>  postmark,  frank 
  =>  emboss,  boss,  stamp 
  =>  block 
  =>  spot,  fleck,  blob,  blot 
  =>  splotch 
  =>  tarnish,  maculate,  sully,  defile 
  =>  darken 
  =>  speckle,  bespeckle 
  =>  spatter,  bespatter 
  =>  sublime,  sublimate 
  =>  resublime 
  =>  cool,  cool  off  cool  down 
  =>  warm  up 
  =>  warm,  warm  up 
  =>  transform,  transmute 
  =>  aurify 
  =>  become  turn 
  =>  reduce,  come  down  boil  down 
  =>  nucleate 
  =>  come  add  up  amount 
  =>  aggregate 
  =>  convert 
  =>  dull 
  =>  Americanize,  Americanise 
  =>  stiffen 
  =>  rigidify 
  =>  tighten 
  =>  constrict,  constringe,  narrow 
  =>  astringe 
  =>  strangulate 
  =>  tauten,  firm 
  =>  compress,  constrict,  squeeze,  compact,  contract,  press 
  =>  choke 
  =>  prim 
  =>  astringe 
  =>  strangulate 
  =>  convulse 
  =>  convulse 
  =>  bear  down  overbear 
  =>  choke,  gag,  fret 
  =>  choke,  scrag 
  =>  strain,  tense 
  =>  fail  go  bad  give  way  die,  give  out  conk  out  go  break,  break  down 
  =>  crash,  go  down 
  =>  blow  out  burn  out  blow 
  =>  misfire 
  =>  malfunction,  misfunction 
  =>  jam 
  =>  give  way  yield 
  =>  harden 
  =>  encrust 
  =>  effloresce 
  =>  callus 
  =>  calcify 
  =>  suffuse 
  =>  hush 
  =>  change  orientation,  orient,  reorient 
  =>  align,  aline,  line  up  adjust 
  =>  realign,  realine 
  =>  true,  true  up 
  =>  collimate 
  =>  concenter,  concentre,  focus 
  =>  refocus 
  =>  skew 
  =>  regress 
  =>  foul 
  =>  industrialize,  industrialise 
  =>  spot 
  =>  freckle 
  =>  fox 
  =>  receive,  get  find  obtain,  incur 
  =>  take 
  =>  acetylate,  acetylize,  acetylise 
  =>  assume,  acquire,  adopt,  take  on  take 
  =>  re-assume 
  =>  prim 
  =>  capacitate 
  =>  caseate 
  =>  caseate 
  =>  clinker 
  =>  dawn 
  =>  salinate 
  =>  desalinate,  desalt,  desalinize,  desalinise 
  =>  shallow,  shoal 
  =>  sop 
  =>  steepen 
  =>  superannuate 
  =>  ulcerate 
  =>  vitrify 
  =>  vulcanize,  vulcanise 
  =>  pall,  dull 
  =>  die,  pall,  become  flat 
  =>  move  go  run 
  =>  come 
  =>  catch 
  =>  catch  on 
  =>  develop,  grow 
  =>  outgrow 
  =>  make 
  =>  fly 
  =>  develop,  evolve 
  =>  assibilate 
  =>  smoothen 
  =>  turn  on 
  =>  drop 
  =>  break  into 
  =>  concretize,  concretise 
  =>  decay 
  =>  decompose,  rot,  molder,  moulder 
  =>  hang 
  =>  spoil,  go  bad 
  =>  addle 
  =>  curdle 
  =>  putrefy 
  =>  commute,  transpose 
  =>  introject 
  =>  shift 
  =>  swing 
  =>  fluctuate,  vacillate,  waver 
  =>  fall 
  =>  fall 
  =>  hydrolyze,  hydrolyse 
  =>  fold,  fold  up 
  =>  rumple,  crumple,  wrinkle,  crease,  crinkle 
  =>  gelatinize,  gelatinise 
  =>  felt,  felt  up  mat  up  mat 
  =>  recombine 
  =>  obsolesce 
  =>  schematize,  schematise 
  =>  plasticize,  plasticise 
  =>  recede 
  =>  ebb 
  =>  defervesce 
  =>  incandesce 
  =>  calcify 
  =>  drift 
  =>  play  out 
  =>  separate,  divide,  part 
  =>  polarize,  polarise 
  =>  calve,  break  up 
  =>  chip,  chip  off  come  off  break  away  break  off 
  =>  peel  off  peel,  flake  off  flake 
  =>  exfoliate 
  =>  disjoin,  disjoint 
  =>  detach,  come  off  come  away 
  =>  blow  off 
  =>  cut  off  chop  off  lop  off 
  =>  abscise 
  =>  unsolder 
  =>  fall  off 
  =>  reduce 
  =>  segment,  section 
  =>  syllabify,  syllabicate,  syllabize 
  =>  quarter 
  =>  partition,  partition  off 
  =>  pound,  pound  off 
  =>  dismember,  take  apart 
  =>  gerrymander 
  =>  format,  arrange 
  =>  rubricate 
  =>  fall  for 
  =>  move  up  rise 
  =>  queen 
  =>  change  posture 
  =>  rise,  straighten 
  =>  scend,  surge 
  =>  rear,  rise  up 
  =>  rear  back 
  =>  draw  up  pull  up  straighten  up 
  =>  arise,  rise,  uprise,  get  up  stand  up 
  =>  take  the  floor 
  =>  bristle,  uprise 
  =>  fall 
  =>  fall,  fall  down 
  =>  right 
  =>  sit  down  sit 
  =>  lie  down  lie 
  =>  stretch,  stretch  out 
  =>  charge 
  =>  prostrate,  bow  down 
  =>  sink,  drop,  drop  down 
  =>  drop  open  fall  open 
  =>  sag,  droop,  swag,  flag 
  =>  slump,  slouch 
  =>  bag 
  =>  sag,  sag  down 
  =>  hunch,  hump,  hunch  forward,  hunch  over 
  =>  straighten,  unbend 
  =>  bow 
  =>  take  a  bow 
  =>  curtsy,  curtsey 
  =>  scrape,  kowtow,  genuflect 
  =>  genuflect 
  =>  uncurl 
  =>  sit  up 
  =>  settle 
  =>  collapse,  fall  in  cave  in  give  give  way  break,  founder 
  =>  implode,  go  off 
  =>  buckle,  crumple 
  =>  flop 
  =>  break 
  =>  slump,  slide  down  sink 
  =>  occult 
  =>  pass 
  =>  leave  depart,  pull  up  stakes 
  =>  leave  office,  quit  step  down 
  =>  vacate,  renounce,  resign,  give  up 
  =>  abdicate,  renounce 
  =>  retire 
  =>  superannuate 
  =>  bow  out  withdraw 
  =>  fall 
  =>  drop  out 
  =>  democratize 
  =>  reticulate 
  =>  flocculate 
  =>  carbonate 
  =>  come  in 
  =>  go  out 
  =>  stagnate 
  =>  make 
  =>  ice  up  frost  over  ice  over 
 
  Sense  2 
  change,  alter 
  =>  awaken,  wake,  waken,  rouse,  wake  up  arouse 
  =>  reawaken 
  =>  bring  to  bring  back  bring  round,  bring  around 
  =>  resuscitate,  revive 
  =>  boot,  reboot,  bring  up 
  =>  resurrect,  raise,  upraise 
  =>  call 
  =>  cause  to  sleep 
  =>  affect 
  =>  attack 
  =>  ulcerate 
  =>  stimulate,  arouse,  brace,  energize,  energise,  perk  up 
  =>  cathect 
  =>  animate,  recreate,  reanimate,  revive,  quicken,  vivify,  revivify 
  =>  enliven,  animate 
  =>  invigorate,  reinvigorate 
  =>  enliven,  liven,  liven  up  invigorate,  animate 
  =>  jazz  up  juice  up  pep  up  ginger  up 
  =>  spirit,  spirit  up  inspirit 
  =>  tense,  strain,  tense  up 
  =>  crick 
  =>  stretch,  extend 
  =>  spread-eagle 
  =>  crane,  stretch  out 
  =>  relax,  unstrain,  unlax,  loosen  up  unwind,  make  relaxed 
  =>  unbend 
  =>  jaundice 
  =>  register 
  =>  intoxicate,  soak,  inebriate 
  =>  befuddle,  fuddle 
  =>  refresh,  freshen,  refreshen 
  =>  inseminate,  fertilize,  fertilise 
  =>  stratify 
  =>  impregnate,  knock  up  bang  up  prang  up 
  =>  cross-fertilize,  cross-fertilise 
  =>  pollinate,  cross-pollinate 
  =>  indispose 
  =>  hurt 
  =>  injure,  wound 
  =>  trample 
  =>  sabre,  saber 
  =>  concuss 
  =>  calk 
  =>  torture,  excruciate,  torment 
  =>  rack 
  =>  martyr,  martyrize 
  =>  pull  overstretch 
  =>  traumatize,  traumatise,  shock 
  =>  maim 
  =>  mutilate,  mar 
  =>  gouge,  force  out 
  =>  cripple,  lame 
  =>  hamstring 
  =>  twist,  sprain,  wrench,  turn,  wrick,  rick 
  =>  disable,  invalid,  incapacitate,  handicap 
  =>  stub,  scrape,  skin,  abrade 
  =>  harm 
  =>  sicken 
  =>  gag,  choke 
  =>  run  down  run  over 
  =>  shoot,  hit,  pip 
  =>  gun  down 
  =>  grass 
  =>  kneecap 
  =>  knife,  stab 
  =>  poniard 
  =>  bayonet 
  =>  skin,  scrape 
  =>  bruise,  contuse 
  =>  jam,  crush 
  =>  graze 
  =>  afflict,  trouble,  ail,  pain 
  =>  disagree  with 
  =>  erupt,  recrudesce,  break  out 
  =>  constipate,  bind 
  =>  tire,  wear  upon  tire  out  wear,  weary,  jade,  wear  out  outwear,  wear  down  fag  out  fag,  fatigue 
  =>  exhaust,  wash  up  beat  tucker,  tucker  out 
  =>  frazzle 
  =>  play 
  =>  overtire,  overweary,  overfatigue 
  =>  cry 
  =>  brutalize,  brutalise 
  =>  convert 
  =>  caramelize,  caramelise 
  =>  deaden 
  =>  opalize,  opalise 
  =>  receive 
  =>  reconvert 
  =>  malt 
  =>  malt 
  =>  ferment,  work 
  =>  vinify 
  =>  transcribe 
  =>  scrap 
  =>  opalize,  opalise 
  =>  mutate 
  =>  arterialize,  arterialise 
  =>  make  get 
  =>  render 
  =>  get  let  have 
  =>  leave 
  =>  counterchange,  transpose,  interchange 
  =>  vascularize 
  =>  decrepitate 
  =>  suburbanize,  suburbanise 
  =>  revolutionize,  revolutionise,  overturn 
  =>  etiolate 
  =>  barbarize,  barbarise 
  =>  alkalinize,  alkalinise 
  =>  mythologize,  mythologise 
  =>  allegorize,  allegorise 
  =>  demythologize,  demythologise 
  =>  bring  land 
  =>  coarsen 
  =>  affect,  impact,  bear  upon  bear  on  touch  on  touch 
  =>  strike  a  blow 
  =>  repercuss 
  =>  tell  on 
  =>  redound 
  =>  process,  treat 
  =>  iodize,  iodise 
  =>  nitrate 
  =>  tank 
  =>  oxygenate,  oxygenize,  oxygenise,  aerate 
  =>  mercerize,  mercerise 
  =>  malt 
  =>  fluoridate,  fluoridize,  fluoridise 
  =>  creosote 
  =>  chlorinate 
  =>  carbonate 
  =>  camphorate 
  =>  bromate,  brominate 
  =>  ammoniate 
  =>  irradiate,  ray 
  =>  refine 
  =>  nitrify,  nitrogenize,  nitrogenise 
  =>  curry 
  =>  seed 
  =>  dose 
  =>  winnow 
  =>  sulphur,  sulfur 
  =>  vulcanize,  vulcanise 
  =>  chrome 
  =>  bituminize,  bituminise 
  =>  Agenize,  Agenise 
  =>  run 
  =>  rerun 
  =>  carboxylate 
  =>  digest 
  =>  stomach 
  =>  predigest 
  =>  fumigate,  fume 
  =>  air-condition 
  =>  queer,  expose,  scupper,  endanger,  peril 
  =>  compromise 
  =>  subject 
  =>  incur 
  =>  run 
  =>  hit,  strike 
  =>  clap 
  =>  subject 
  =>  bacterize,  bacterise 
  =>  put 
  =>  shipwreck 
  =>  refract 
  =>  expose 
  =>  sun 
  =>  air  out  air,  aerate 
  =>  overexpose 
  =>  underexpose 
  =>  expose 
  =>  overexpose 
  =>  underexpose 
  =>  trouble,  put  out  inconvenience,  disoblige,  discommode,  incommode,  bother 
  =>  influence,  act  upon  work 
  =>  prejudice,  prepossess 
  =>  bias,  predetermine 
  =>  slant,  angle,  weight 
  =>  bias 
  =>  handicap 
  =>  imprint,  form 
  =>  militate 
  =>  manipulate,  pull  strings,  pull  wires 
  =>  color,  colour 
  =>  swing,  swing  over 
  =>  blackmail,  blackjack,  pressure 
  =>  carry,  persuade,  sway 
  =>  get  at 
  =>  dominate 
  =>  overbear 
  =>  possess 
  =>  alchemize,  alchemise 
  =>  alcoholize,  alcoholise 
  =>  shape,  form 
  =>  individuate 
  =>  tie 
  =>  terrace 
  =>  fork 
  =>  dimension 
  =>  roll 
  =>  draw 
  =>  strike 
  =>  crystallize,  crystallise,  crystalise,  crystalize 
  =>  twist 
  =>  culminate 
  =>  granulate,  grain 
  =>  sliver 
  =>  ridge 
  =>  plume 
  =>  round,  round  out  round  off 
  =>  purse 
  =>  pooch,  pooch  out 
  =>  scallop,  scollop 
  =>  square,  square  up 
  =>  dish 
  =>  fit 
  =>  dovetail 
  =>  flatten 
  =>  splat 
  =>  roll  out  roll 
  =>  cog 
  =>  mill 
  =>  laminate 
  =>  deform,  distort,  strain 
  =>  jaundice 
  =>  blow 
  =>  block 
  =>  block 
  =>  cup 
  =>  encircle,  circle 
  =>  round  off  round  down  round  out  round 
  =>  suspend 
  =>  resuspend 
  =>  sober 
  =>  reconstruct 
  =>  increase 
  =>  extend,  stretch 
  =>  augment 
  =>  build  up 
  =>  snowball 
  =>  enlarge 
  =>  expand 
  =>  develop 
  =>  inflate,  blow  up 
  =>  reflate 
  =>  billow,  surge,  heave 
  =>  ream 
  =>  deepen 
  =>  up 
  =>  raise 
  =>  bump  up 
  =>  blow  up  enlarge,  magnify 
  =>  multiply,  manifold 
  =>  double,  duplicate 
  =>  redouble 
  =>  geminate 
  =>  triple,  treble 
  =>  quadruple 
  =>  quintuple 
  =>  proliferate 
  =>  build  up  work  up  build 
  =>  inflate,  blow  up  expand,  amplify 
  =>  puff  up 
  =>  escalate,  intensify,  step  up 
  =>  redouble 
  =>  boost 
  =>  lengthen 
  =>  prolong,  protract,  extend,  draw  out 
  =>  extend 
  =>  temporize,  temporise 
  =>  spin,  spin  out 
  =>  elongate,  stretch 
  =>  regenerate 
  =>  maximize,  maximise 
  =>  heighten 
  =>  heighten,  rise 
  =>  rev  up  rev 
  =>  rev  up  step  up 
  =>  boost,  advance,  supercharge 
  =>  widen,  broaden,  extend 
  =>  broaden 
  =>  globalize,  globalise 
  =>  stretch 
  =>  assimilate 
  =>  dissimilate 
  =>  commute,  convert,  exchange 
  =>  unclutter,  clear 
  =>  activate 
  =>  reactivate 
  =>  activate 
  =>  activate,  aerate 
  =>  activate 
  =>  inactivate,  deactivate 
  =>  paralyze 
  =>  deaden,  blunt 
  =>  obtund 
  =>  petrify 
  =>  dampen,  damp,  soften,  weaken,  break 
  =>  deafen 
  =>  remodel,  reconstruct,  redo 
  =>  edit,  redact 
  =>  blue-pencil,  delete 
  =>  interpolate,  alter,  falsify 
  =>  hack,  cut  up 
  =>  black  out 
  =>  blank  out 
  =>  copyread,  subedit,  copyedit 
  =>  bracket,  bracket  out 
  =>  edit,  cut,  edit  out 
  =>  tame,  chasten,  subdue 
  =>  chasten,  moderate,  temper 
  =>  better,  improve,  amend,  ameliorate,  meliorate 
  =>  relieve,  alleviate,  palliate,  assuage 
  =>  soothe 
  =>  comfort,  ease 
  =>  help,  aid 
  =>  cure,  heal 
  =>  benefit,  do  good 
  =>  rehabilitate 
  =>  regenerate,  revitalize 
  =>  rejuvenate 
  =>  enrich 
  =>  round  out  fill  out 
  =>  choke,  throttle 
  =>  fertilize,  fertilise,  feed 
  =>  nitrify 
  =>  dung 
  =>  topdress 
  =>  develop 
  =>  redevelop 
  =>  settle 
  =>  turn  around 
  =>  help 
  =>  upgrade 
  =>  condition 
  =>  recondition 
  =>  emend 
  =>  iron  out  straighten  out  put  right 
  =>  enhance 
  =>  touch  up  retouch 
  =>  repair,  mend,  fix,  bushel,  doctor,  furbish  up  restore,  touch  on 
  =>  fill 
  =>  piece,  patch 
  =>  cobble 
  =>  point,  repoint 
  =>  trouble-shoot 
  =>  patch,  patch  up 
  =>  sole,  resole 
  =>  vamp,  revamp 
  =>  heel,  reheel 
  =>  darn 
  =>  reform 
  =>  beautify,  embellish,  prettify 
  =>  groom,  neaten 
  =>  cleanse,  clean 
  =>  bathe 
  =>  shower 
  =>  wash 
  =>  wash,  lave 
  =>  sponge  down 
  =>  scrub,  scrub  up 
  =>  gargle,  rinse 
  =>  shampoo 
  =>  condition 
  =>  hush 
  =>  soap,  lather 
  =>  bathe,  bath 
  =>  douche 
  =>  floss 
  =>  decontaminate 
  =>  shave 
  =>  razor 
  =>  tonsure 
  =>  comb,  comb  out  disentangle 
  =>  slick,  slick  down  sleek  down 
  =>  tease,  fluff 
  =>  dress,  arrange,  set  do  coif,  coiffe,  coiffure 
  =>  bob 
  =>  wave 
  =>  marcel 
  =>  perm 
  =>  mousse,  gel 
  =>  pomade 
  =>  clean  up 
  =>  make  up 
  =>  lipstick 
  =>  rouge 
  =>  powder 
  =>  talc 
  =>  manicure 
  =>  barber 
  =>  pedicure 
  =>  doll  up  do  up  pretty  up  glam  up 
  =>  spruce  up  spruce,  slick  up  smarten  up 
  =>  perfume,  scent 
  =>  dress,  groom,  curry 
  =>  dress  up  window-dress 
  =>  spruce  up  spruce,  titivate,  tittivate,  smarten  up  slick  up  spiff  up 
  =>  polish,  smooth,  smoothen,  shine 
  =>  Simonize 
  =>  slick,  sleek 
  =>  buff,  burnish,  furbish,  flush 
  =>  become  suit 
  =>  build 
  =>  perfect,  hone 
  =>  optimize,  optimise 
  =>  polish,  round,  round  off  polish  up  brush  up 
  =>  polish,  refine,  fine-tune,  down 
  =>  educate,  school,  train,  cultivate,  civilize,  civilise 
  =>  sophisticate 
  =>  purify,  sublimate,  make  pure,  distill 
  =>  refine 
  =>  purge 
  =>  fructify 
  =>  raise,  lift 
  =>  advance 
  =>  educate 
  =>  socialize 
  =>  prepare,  groom,  train 
  =>  qualify,  dispose 
  =>  habilitate 
  =>  capacitate 
  =>  school 
  =>  worsen,  aggravate,  exacerbate,  exasperate 
  =>  irritate 
  =>  chafe,  gall,  fret 
  =>  rub,  scratch,  itch 
  =>  inflame 
  =>  degrade,  cheapen 
  =>  devalue,  devaluate 
  =>  demonetize,  demonetise 
  =>  wet 
  =>  bedew 
  =>  drench,  douse,  dowse,  soak,  sop,  souse 
  =>  brine 
  =>  bedraggle 
  =>  bate 
  =>  ret 
  =>  sluice,  flush 
  =>  moisten,  wash,  dampen 
  =>  humidify,  moisturize,  moisturise 
  =>  hydrate 
  =>  slack,  slake 
  =>  air-slake 
  =>  baste 
  =>  water,  irrigate 
  =>  syringe 
  =>  hose,  hose  down 
  =>  hush 
  =>  sprinkle,  besprinkle 
  =>  squirt 
  =>  spritz 
  =>  squish 
  =>  douse,  dowse 
  =>  dry,  dry  out 
  =>  dehydrate,  dry  up  desiccate 
  =>  tumble 
  =>  spin-dry 
  =>  tumble  dry 
  =>  spray-dry 
  =>  dehumidify 
  =>  parch,  scorch,  sear 
  =>  rough-dry 
  =>  blow-dry 
  =>  drip-dry 
  =>  air 
  =>  lubricate 
  =>  strengthen,  beef  up  fortify 
  =>  vitalize,  vitalise 
  =>  restrengthen 
  =>  undergird,  brace  up 
  =>  confirm 
  =>  reinforce,  reenforce 
  =>  buttress 
  =>  line 
  =>  substantiate,  back  back  up 
  =>  vouch 
  =>  support,  bolster,  bolster  up 
  =>  mine 
  =>  countermine 
  =>  buttress 
  =>  brace,  steady 
  =>  batten 
  =>  batten,  batten  down  secure 
  =>  spike,  lace,  fortify 
  =>  weaken 
  =>  de-energize 
  =>  break 
  =>  devitalize,  devitalise 
  =>  shake 
  =>  depress 
  =>  unbrace 
  =>  etiolate 
  =>  cripple 
  =>  dilute,  thin,  thin  out  reduce,  cut 
  =>  water  down 
  =>  rarefy,  attenuate 
  =>  blunt 
  =>  temper,  season 
  =>  enfeeble,  debilitate,  drain 
  =>  waste,  emaciate,  macerate 
  =>  enervate 
  =>  dampen 
  =>  neutralize,  neutralise,  nullify 
  =>  emasculate 
  =>  wash  out 
  =>  blunt 
  =>  oxidize,  oxidise 
  =>  catabolize,  catabolise 
  =>  breath 
  =>  reduce,  simplify 
  =>  abbreviate 
  =>  unite,  unify,  merge 
  =>  consolidate 
  =>  weld 
  =>  unitize,  unitise 
  =>  age 
  =>  ripen 
  =>  antique,  antiquate 
  =>  antiquate 
  =>  develop,  make  grow 
  =>  evolve,  work  out  work  up 
  =>  elaborate,  work  out 
  =>  foliate 
  =>  discipline,  train,  check,  condition 
  =>  soften 
  =>  mellow 
  =>  mollify 
  =>  macerate 
  =>  damage 
  =>  burn 
  =>  scald 
  =>  singe,  swinge,  scorch 
  =>  char,  blacken,  scorch 
  =>  bilge 
  =>  break 
  =>  bruise 
  =>  disturb 
  =>  afflict,  smite 
  =>  blight,  plague 
  =>  hurt,  injure 
  =>  impair 
  =>  flaw,  blemish 
  =>  corrode,  eat,  rust 
  =>  erode,  eat  away  fret 
  =>  wash 
  =>  mutilate,  mangle,  disfigure,  cut  up 
  =>  deface 
  =>  mar,  impair,  spoil,  deflower,  vitiate 
  =>  defile,  sully,  corrupt,  taint,  cloud 
  =>  deface,  disfigure,  blemish 
  =>  maul,  mangle 
  =>  scar,  mark,  pock,  pit 
  =>  pockmark 
  =>  scarify 
  =>  cicatrize 
  =>  whittle  away  whittle  down  wear  away 
  =>  bang  up  smash  up  smash 
  =>  acerbate 
  =>  stabilize,  stabilise 
  =>  peg 
  =>  destabilize,  destabilise 
  =>  sensitize,  sensitise,  sensify,  sensibilize,  sensibilise 
  =>  desensitize,  desensitise 
  =>  habituate,  accustom 
  =>  inure,  harden 
  =>  callous 
  =>  steel  oneself  against,  steel  onself  for  brace  oneself  for  prepare  for 
  =>  teach 
  =>  addict,  hook 
  =>  familiarize,  familiarise 
  =>  disorder,  disarray 
  =>  mess,  mess  up 
  =>  perturb,  derange,  throw  out  of  kilter 
  =>  disarrange 
  =>  randomize,  randomise 
  =>  scramble,  jumble,  throw  together 
  =>  tumble 
  =>  discolor 
  =>  bleach,  bleach  out  decolor,  decolour,  decolorize,  decolourize,  decolorise,  decolourise,  discolorize,  discolourise,  discolorise 
  =>  sallow 
  =>  wash  out 
  =>  infuscate 
  =>  color,  colorize,  colorise,  colourise,  colourize,  colour,  color  in  colour  in 
  =>  blackwash 
  =>  motley,  parti-color 
  =>  polychrome,  polychromize,  polychromise 
  =>  azure 
  =>  purple,  empurple,  purpurate 
  =>  aurify 
  =>  verdigris 
  =>  pinkify 
  =>  incarnadine 
  =>  embrown 
  =>  handcolour 
  =>  pigment 
  =>  retouch 
  =>  silver 
  =>  gray,  grey 
  =>  tone 
  =>  redden 
  =>  madder 
  =>  encrimson 
  =>  vermilion 
  =>  carmine 
  =>  rubify 
  =>  rubric 
  =>  ruddle 
  =>  mottle,  streak,  blotch 
  =>  stain 
  =>  smut 
  =>  hue 
  =>  pigment 
  =>  uglify 
  =>  set 
  =>  pitch 
  =>  pitch 
  =>  keynote 
  =>  disqualify,  unfit,  indispose 
  =>  domesticate,  domesticize,  domesticise,  tame 
  =>  break  in  break 
  =>  widen 
  =>  white-out 
  =>  dehydrogenate 
  =>  oxygenize,  oxygenise 
  =>  hydrogenate 
  =>  oxygenize,  oxygenise 
  =>  darken 
  =>  embrown 
  =>  murk 
  =>  dun 
  =>  blind,  dim 
  =>  dim 
  =>  obscure,  benight,  bedim 
  =>  overcast,  cloud 
  =>  fog  up 
  =>  brighten,  lighten  up  lighten 
  =>  blur,  blear 
  =>  clarify 
  =>  demystify 
  =>  obscure,  bedim,  overcloud 
  =>  mystify 
  =>  eclipse 
  =>  shadow,  shade,  shade  off 
  =>  obscure,  blot  out  obliterate,  hide 
  =>  cook 
  =>  slenderize,  slenderise 
  =>  crack 
  =>  check,  chink 
  =>  fissure 
  =>  end  terminate,  cease 
  =>  halt 
  =>  close  out 
  =>  conclude 
  =>  find  feel 
  =>  end  terminate 
  =>  finish 
  =>  abort 
  =>  culminate 
  =>  lift,  raise 
  =>  ax  axe 
  =>  stamp  out  kill 
  =>  dissolve,  break  up 
  =>  break,  break  off  discontinue,  stop 
  =>  fracture 
  =>  bog  down  bog 
  =>  interrupt,  disrupt,  break  up  cut  off 
  =>  cut,  cut  off 
  =>  punctuate 
  =>  break 
  =>  put  away 
  =>  pause,  intermit,  break 
  =>  rest,  breathe,  catch  one's  breath,  take  a  breather 
  =>  take  five 
  =>  take  ten 
  =>  chime  in  cut  in  put  in  butt  in  chisel  in  barge  in  break  in 
  =>  interrupt,  disrupt 
  =>  cut  in 
  =>  cut  short 
  =>  burst  in  on  burst  upon 
  =>  heckle,  harass 
  =>  interject,  come  in  interpose,  put  in  throw  in  inject 
  =>  jam,  block 
  =>  take  off  take  time  off 
  =>  interrupt,  break 
  =>  break,  hold  on  stop 
  =>  cut  short,  break  short,  break  off 
  =>  hang  up 
  =>  freeze,  suspend 
  =>  stub  out  crush  out  extinguish,  press  out 
  =>  finalize,  finalise,  settle,  nail  down 
  =>  complete,  finish 
  =>  get  through  wrap  up  finish  off  mop  up  polish  off  clear  up  finish  up 
  =>  cap  off  top  off 
  =>  see  through 
  =>  round  out  finish  out 
  =>  follow  through  carry  out  implement,  put  through  go  through 
  =>  adhere 
  =>  carry  through  accomplish,  execute,  carry  out  fulfill,  fulfil 
  =>  get  over 
  =>  run 
  =>  perfect,  consummate 
  =>  consummate 
  =>  do  perform 
  =>  turn 
  =>  underachieve,  underperform 
  =>  misdo 
  =>  go  all  out  give  one's  best,  do  one's  best 
  =>  ply 
  =>  closure,  cloture 
  =>  decide,  settle,  resolve 
  =>  judge 
  =>  referee,  umpire 
  =>  adjust 
  =>  close 
  =>  phase  out 
  =>  close 
  =>  demist 
  =>  condense,  concentrate,  contract 
  =>  cool,  chill,  cool  down 
  =>  quench 
  =>  ice 
  =>  refrigerate 
  =>  heat,  heat  up 
  =>  toast,  crisp 
  =>  soak 
  =>  calcine 
  =>  preheat 
  =>  overheat 
  =>  sear,  scorch 
  =>  sizzle 
  =>  broil,  bake 
  =>  reheat 
  =>  warm 
  =>  chafe 
  =>  boil 
  =>  decoct 
  =>  freeze 
  =>  deep  freeze 
  =>  quick-freeze,  flash-freeze 
  =>  switch,  change  over  shift 
  =>  back 
  =>  transpose 
  =>  convert,  change  over 
  =>  commutate 
  =>  transduce 
  =>  immobilize,  immobilise 
  =>  metricize,  metricise 
  =>  flour 
  =>  reclaim 
  =>  nitrify 
  =>  fossilize,  fossilise 
  =>  lapidify,  petrify 
  =>  tan 
  =>  bark 
  =>  dress 
  =>  compost 
  =>  decimalize,  decimalise 
  =>  float 
  =>  transmute 
  =>  transform,  transmute 
  =>  sorcerize,  sorcerise 
  =>  stalinize,  stalinise 
  =>  destalinize,  destalinise 
  =>  work  work  on  process 
  =>  coldwork 
  =>  overwork 
  =>  rework,  make  over  retread 
  =>  rack 
  =>  tool 
  =>  till 
  =>  plow,  plough,  turn 
  =>  ridge 
  =>  harrow,  disk 
  =>  hoe 
  =>  ash 
  =>  translate,  transform 
  =>  prepare 
  =>  preserve,  keep 
  =>  freeze-dry 
  =>  lyophilize,  lyophilise 
  =>  pickle 
  =>  salt 
  =>  can,  tin,  put  up 
  =>  refrigerate 
  =>  cure 
  =>  dun 
  =>  corn 
  =>  dress,  dress  out 
  =>  metricize,  metricise 
  =>  diagonalize,  diagonalise 
  =>  convert 
  =>  reform,  regenerate 
  =>  evangelize,  evangelise 
  =>  catholicize,  catholicise,  latinize,  latinise 
  =>  invert,  reverse 
  =>  invert 
  =>  customize,  customise 
  =>  personalize,  personalise,  individualize,  individualise 
  =>  depersonalize,  depersonalise,  objectify 
  =>  sharpen 
  =>  flatten,  drop 
  =>  magnetize,  magnetise 
  =>  simplify 
  =>  oversimplify 
  =>  complicate,  refine,  rarify,  elaborate 
  =>  involve 
  =>  develop 
  =>  sophisticate 
  =>  refine 
  =>  complicate,  perplex 
  =>  complexify 
  =>  snarl,  snarl  up  embrangle 
  =>  snafu 
  =>  supercharge,  pressurize,  pressurise 
  =>  centralize,  centralise,  concentrate 
  =>  decentralize,  deconcentrate,  decentralise 
  =>  socialize,  socialise 
  =>  prepare,  set  up  ready,  gear  up  set 
  =>  socialize,  socialise 
  =>  cram 
  =>  precondition 
  =>  fix 
  =>  mount 
  =>  set  up  lay  out  set 
  =>  winterize 
  =>  summerize 
  =>  prime 
  =>  cultivate,  crop,  work 
  =>  overcrop,  overcultivate 
  =>  brace,  poise 
  =>  steel,  nerve 
  =>  internationalize,  internationalise 
  =>  communize,  communise,  bolshevize,  bolshevise 
  =>  Europeanize,  Europeanise 
  =>  Europeanize,  Europeanise 
  =>  bestialize,  bestialise 
  =>  Americanize,  Americanise 
  =>  anglicize,  anglicise 
  =>  Frenchify 
  =>  civilize,  civilise,  modernize,  modernise,  develop 
  =>  nationalize,  nationalise 
  =>  communize,  communise 
  =>  denationalize,  denationalise 
  =>  privatize,  privatise 
  =>  naturalize,  naturalise 
  =>  denaturalize,  denaturalise 
  =>  naturalize,  naturalise 
  =>  denaturalize,  denaturalise 
  =>  even  even  out 
  =>  equal,  match,  equalize,  equalise,  equate 
  =>  homologize,  homologise 
  =>  homogenize,  homogenise 
  =>  tie,  draw 
  =>  stiffen 
  =>  starch 
  =>  buckram 
  =>  rigidify 
  =>  loosen,  loose 
  =>  relax,  unbend 
  =>  unbrace 
  =>  slacken,  remit 
  =>  douse,  dowse 
  =>  slack 
  =>  unscrew 
  =>  unscrew 
  =>  tighten,  fasten 
  =>  frap 
  =>  tauten,  firm 
  =>  wind,  wind  up 
  =>  screw 
  =>  wind,  wind  up 
  =>  transitivize,  transitivise 
  =>  detransitivize,  detransitivise,  intransitivize,  intransitivise 
  =>  thicken 
  =>  full 
  =>  diversify 
  =>  vary,  variegate,  motley 
  =>  checker,  chequer 
  =>  deaden 
  =>  check,  retard 
  =>  dampen 
  =>  stay,  detain,  delay 
  =>  decrease,  lessen,  minify 
  =>  moderate,  mitigate 
  =>  relieve 
  =>  pare,  pare  down 
  =>  limit,  circumscribe,  confine 
  =>  number,  keep  down 
  =>  cap 
  =>  restrict,  curtail,  curb,  cut  back 
  =>  immobilize,  immobilise 
  =>  paralyze,  paralyse 
  =>  palsy 
  =>  stun,  stupefy,  stupify 
  =>  demarcate,  delimit,  delimitate 
  =>  reduce,  boil  down  concentrate 
  =>  shrink,  reduce 
  =>  reduce,  scale  down 
  =>  reef 
  =>  miniaturize,  miniaturise 
  =>  depopulate,  desolate 
  =>  contract 
  =>  purse,  wrinkle 
  =>  abridge,  foreshorten,  abbreviate,  shorten,  cut,  contract,  reduce 
  =>  bowdlerize,  bowdlerise,  expurgate,  shorten 
  =>  condense,  concentrate 
  =>  encapsulate,  capsule,  capsulize 
  =>  telescope 
  =>  slake,  abate,  slack 
  =>  turn  down  lower,  lour 
  =>  de-escalate,  weaken,  step  down 
  =>  minimize,  minimise 
  =>  reduce,  cut  down  cut  back  trim,  trim  down  trim  back  cut,  bring  down 
  =>  shorten 
  =>  foreshorten 
  =>  clip,  curtail,  cut  short 
  =>  syncopate 
  =>  truncate,  cut  short 
  =>  quench 
  =>  cut 
  =>  retrench 
  =>  slash 
  =>  thin  out 
  =>  snip,  clip,  crop,  trim,  lop,  dress,  prune,  cut  back 
  =>  shear 
  =>  poll,  pollard 
  =>  top  pinch 
  =>  tail 
  =>  disbud 
  =>  thin 
  =>  draw 
  =>  take  away  detract 
  =>  deflate 
  =>  inflate 
  =>  shave,  knock  off 
  =>  mark  down 
  =>  discount 
  =>  allow 
  =>  rebate 
  =>  slack,  slacken,  slack  up 
  =>  diminish,  belittle 
  =>  harden 
  =>  face-harden 
  =>  callus 
  =>  liquefy,  liquify,  liquidize,  liquidise 
  =>  solvate 
  =>  validate 
  =>  invalidate,  void,  vitiate 
  =>  empty 
  =>  bail 
  =>  clean  out  clear  out 
  =>  clinker 
  =>  evacuate 
  =>  evacuate,  exhaust 
  =>  void 
  =>  clear 
  =>  clear 
  =>  exhaust 
  =>  knock  out 
  =>  drain 
  =>  bleed 
  =>  hollow,  hollow  out  core  out 
  =>  rout,  gouge,  groove 
  =>  scallop,  scollop 
  =>  hole 
  =>  suck  in  draw  in 
  =>  scoop  out 
  =>  cavern,  cavern  out 
  =>  cave,  undermine 
  =>  sap 
  =>  dig,  dig  out 
  =>  lift 
  =>  trench 
  =>  dibble 
  =>  excavate 
  =>  core 
  =>  gut 
  =>  fill,  fill  up  make  full 
  =>  clutter,  clutter  up 
  =>  clog,  overload 
  =>  brim 
  =>  stuff 
  =>  pad,  bolster 
  =>  people 
  =>  heap 
  =>  overfill 
  =>  ink 
  =>  replenish,  refill,  fill  again 
  =>  prime 
  =>  line 
  =>  complete 
  =>  saturate,  soak,  imbue 
  =>  steep,  brew,  infuse 
  =>  marinade,  marinate 
  =>  decoct 
  =>  draw 
  =>  impregnate,  saturate 
  =>  medicate 
  =>  alcoholize,  alcoholise 
  =>  ammonify 
  =>  thoriate 
  =>  stuff 
  =>  charge 
  =>  imbrue,  drench 
  =>  impregnate,  infuse,  instill,  tincture 
  =>  electrify 
  =>  lubricate,  lube 
  =>  surcharge 
  =>  load,  lade,  laden,  load  up 
  =>  reload 
  =>  stack 
  =>  load,  charge 
  =>  recharge,  reload 
  =>  deluge,  flood,  inundate,  swamp 
  =>  stuff 
  =>  jam,  jampack,  ram,  chock  up  cram,  wad,  pack 
  =>  overstuff 
  =>  pad,  fill  out 
  =>  rat 
  =>  pack 
  =>  saturate 
  =>  louden 
  =>  normalize,  normalise,  renormalize,  renormalise 
  =>  morph 
  =>  neutralize,  neutralise 
  =>  commercialize,  commercialise,  market 
  =>  mechanize,  mechanise 
  =>  automatize,  automatise,  automate 
  =>  semi-automatize,  semi-automatise 
  =>  automatize,  automatise 
  =>  mechanize,  mechanise 
  =>  harmonize,  harmonise,  chord 
  =>  key 
  =>  polarize,  polarise 
  =>  glorify 
  =>  contaminate 
  =>  devalue 
  =>  depreciate 
  =>  write  off 
  =>  debase,  alloy 
  =>  lower,  lour 
  =>  derate 
  =>  insulate 
  =>  weatherstrip 
  =>  soundproof 
  =>  calcify 
  =>  urbanize,  urbanise 
  =>  emulsify 
  =>  demulsify 
  =>  Nazify 
  =>  fertilize,  fertilise 
  =>  clarify 
  =>  mark 
  =>  dot 
  =>  raddle 
  =>  striate 
  =>  red-ink 
  =>  line 
  =>  reline 
  =>  dimple 
  =>  spot 
  =>  freckle 
  =>  mottle,  dapple,  cloud 
  =>  harlequin 
  =>  stipple,  speckle 
  =>  crisscross 
  =>  honeycomb 
  =>  star,  asterisk 
  =>  flag 
  =>  tip 
  =>  underline,  underscore 
  =>  stripe 
  =>  speck 
  =>  bespot 
  =>  trace,  draw,  line  outline,  describe,  delineate 
  =>  construct 
  =>  inscribe 
  =>  circumscribe 
  =>  circumscribe 
  =>  write 
  =>  superscribe 
  =>  superscribe 
  =>  capitalize,  capitalise 
  =>  letter 
  =>  print 
  =>  misprint 
  =>  scribble,  scrawl 
  =>  copy 
  =>  recopy 
  =>  copy  out 
  =>  print,  impress 
  =>  letter 
  =>  typeset 
  =>  prove 
  =>  multigraph 
  =>  overprint,  print  over 
  =>  surcharge 
  =>  cyclostyle 
  =>  boldface 
  =>  italicize,  italicise 
  =>  stake,  post 
  =>  brand 
  =>  barb 
  =>  nick 
  =>  disable,  disenable,  incapacitate 
  =>  lay  up 
  =>  nobble 
  =>  pinion 
  =>  restrain,  confine,  hold 
  =>  tie  down  tie  up  bind,  truss 
  =>  chain  up 
  =>  hog-tie 
  =>  fetter,  shackle 
  =>  manacle,  cuff,  handcuff 
  =>  enchain 
  =>  pinion,  shackle 
  =>  impound,  pound 
  =>  pound,  pound  up 
  =>  pen  up  fold 
  =>  ground 
  =>  enable 
  =>  equip 
  =>  endow,  indue,  gift,  empower,  invest,  endue 
  =>  cover 
  =>  deemphasize,  destress 
  =>  tender,  tenderize,  tenderise 
  =>  sweeten 
  =>  iodinate 
  =>  ionate 
  =>  archaize,  arachaise 
  =>  inform 
  =>  officialize,  officialise 
  =>  occidentalize,  occidentalise,  Westernize,  Westernise,  westernize,  westernise 
  =>  orientalize,  orientalise 
  =>  acetylate,  acetylize,  acetylise 
  =>  achromatize,  achromatise 
  =>  parallel,  collimate 
  =>  camp 
  =>  classicize,  classicise 
  =>  conventionalize,  conventionalise 
  =>  decimalize,  decimalise 
  =>  dizzy 
  =>  poison,  envenom 
  =>  exteriorize,  exteriorise,  externalize,  externalise,  objectify 
  =>  glamorize,  glamourise 
  =>  introvert 
  =>  laicize,  laicise 
  =>  politicize,  politicise 
  =>  proof 
  =>  romanticize,  romanticise 
  =>  rusticate 
  =>  sauce 
  =>  shallow,  shoal 
  =>  tense 
  =>  steepen 
  =>  scramble 
  =>  unscramble 
  =>  unsex 
  =>  vitrify 
  =>  pall 
  =>  saponify 
  =>  extend,  expand 
  =>  suspend,  set  aside 
  =>  muddy 
  =>  transform 
  =>  lift,  raise,  elevate 
  =>  exalt 
  =>  harshen 
  =>  dinge 
  =>  demonize,  demonise 
  =>  devilize,  devilise,  diabolize,  diabolise 
  =>  etherealize,  etherialise 
  =>  immaterialize,  immaterialise,  unsubstantialize,  unsubstantialise 
  =>  disincarnate 
  =>  animize,  animise,  animate 
  =>  clear 
  =>  dynamize,  dynamise 
  =>  dynamize,  dynamise 
  =>  rarefy,  sublimate,  subtilize 
  =>  volatilize,  volatilise 
  =>  uniformize,  uniformise 
  =>  symmetrize,  symmetrise 
  =>  immortalize,  immortalise,  eternize,  eternise,  eternalize,  eternalise 
  =>  denature 
  =>  denature 
  =>  denature 
  =>  sanitize,  sanitise 
  =>  verbify 
  =>  shift 
  =>  transfer,  transpose,  transplant 
  =>  sputter 
  =>  draw 
  =>  make 
  =>  dope 
  =>  prostrate 
  =>  excite 
  =>  excite,  energize,  energise 
  =>  shake 
  =>  outmode 
  =>  spice,  spice  up  zest 
  =>  shorten 
  =>  cut 
  =>  shave,  trim 
  =>  fleece,  shear 
  =>  crop,  cut  short 
  =>  think 
  =>  make 
  =>  deflate 
  =>  inflate 
  =>  digitize,  digitise,  digitalize,  digitalise 
  =>  gelatinize,  gelatinise 
  =>  recombine 
  =>  feminize,  effeminize,  womanize 
  =>  dissonate 
  =>  sexualize,  sexualise 
  =>  schematize,  schematise 
  =>  patent 
  =>  constitutionalize,  constitutionalise 
  =>  rationalize,  rationalise 
  =>  plasticize,  plasticise 
  =>  rarefy 
  =>  paganize 
  =>  incandesce 
  =>  confuse,  blur,  obscure 
  =>  muddy 
  =>  confuse 
  =>  tone  down  moderate,  tame 
  =>  obfuscate 
  =>  synchronize 
  =>  dub 
  =>  mince,  soften,  moderate 
  =>  militarize,  militarise 
  =>  mobilize,  mobilise 
  =>  remilitarize,  remilitarise 
  =>  break  down  crush 
  =>  fatten,  fat,  flesh  out  fill  out  plump,  plump  out  fatten  out  fatten  up 
  =>  touch,  disturb 
  =>  upset 
  =>  violate 
  =>  dull 
  =>  dull,  blunt 
  =>  sharpen 
  =>  strap 
  =>  edge 
  =>  strop 
  =>  whet 
  =>  hone 
  =>  set 
  =>  coarsen 
  =>  loosen 
  =>  scarify 
  =>  ruffle,  fluff 
  =>  untie,  undo,  loosen 
  =>  barb 
  =>  string 
  =>  straighten,  straighten  out 
  =>  untwist 
  =>  unbend 
  =>  extend 
  =>  channelize 
  =>  untwine 
  =>  unweave 
  =>  comb 
  =>  heckle,  hackle,  hatchel 
  =>  close  fill,  fill  up 
  =>  seal 
  =>  plug,  stop  up  secure 
  =>  stopper,  stopple 
  =>  tampon 
  =>  chink 
  =>  cork,  cork  up 
  =>  coapt,  conglutinate 
  =>  bring 
  =>  mix,  mingle,  commix,  unify,  amalgamate 
  =>  aggregate,  combine 
  =>  unitize,  unitise 
  =>  concoct 
  =>  compound,  combine 
  =>  integrate,  incorporate 
  =>  fold 
  =>  reintegrate 
  =>  build  in 
  =>  re-incorporate 
  =>  heterodyne 
  =>  sulfurette,  sulphurette 
  =>  carburet 
  =>  blend,  intermix,  immingle,  intermingle 
  =>  commingle 
  =>  charge 
  =>  burden,  burthen,  weight,  weight  down 
  =>  overburden 
  =>  plumb 
  =>  saddle 
  =>  load 
  =>  pack,  load  down 
  =>  bomb  up 
  =>  overload,  surcharge,  overcharge 
  =>  freight 
  =>  put 
  =>  put  to  sleep 
  =>  clean,  make  clean 
  =>  disinfect 
  =>  sterilize,  sterilise 
  =>  autoclave 
  =>  chlorinate 
  =>  brush 
  =>  dust 
  =>  vacuum,  vacuum-clean,  hoover 
  =>  sanitize,  sanitise,  hygienize 
  =>  bream 
  =>  steam,  steam  clean 
  =>  preen,  plume 
  =>  sweep 
  =>  wash  up  do  the  dishes 
  =>  pipe-clay 
  =>  scavenge 
  =>  dry  clean 
  =>  wash,  launder 
  =>  water-wash 
  =>  wash,  rinse 
  =>  elute 
  =>  wash  out 
  =>  pressure-wash,  powerwash 
  =>  suds 
  =>  rinse,  rinse  off 
  =>  flush,  scour 
  =>  cradle 
  =>  stonewash 
  =>  handwash 
  =>  machine  wash 
  =>  acid-wash 
  =>  dirty,  soil,  begrime,  grime,  colly,  bemire 
  =>  foul 
  =>  pollute,  foul,  contaminate 
  =>  infect,  taint 
  =>  superinfect 
  =>  smut 
  =>  smear 
  =>  moil 
  =>  smirch,  besmirch 
  =>  slime 
  =>  muddy,  muddy  up 
  =>  splash 
  =>  mire,  muck,  mud,  muck  up 
  =>  crock 
  =>  blemish,  spot 
  =>  lower,  depress 
  =>  deform 
  =>  form 
  =>  layer 
  =>  bunch,  bunch  up  bundle,  cluster,  clump 
  =>  agglomerate 
  =>  cut  out 
  =>  rabbet 
  =>  turn 
  =>  brecciate 
  =>  reticulate 
  =>  flake 
  =>  strickle 
  =>  break,  break  up 
  =>  alter 
  =>  decorate,  adorn,  grace,  ornament,  embellish,  beautify 
  =>  wreathe 
  =>  encrust,  beset 
  =>  braid 
  =>  embroider,  broider 
  =>  purl 
  =>  purl 
  =>  illustrate 
  =>  garland 
  =>  fledge,  flight 
  =>  spangle,  bespangle 
  =>  foliate 
  =>  flag 
  =>  caparison,  bard,  dress  up 
  =>  bead 
  =>  pipe 
  =>  applique 
  =>  smock 
  =>  hang 
  =>  prank 
  =>  tinsel 
  =>  tart  up 
  =>  stucco 
  =>  redecorate 
  =>  panel 
  =>  bejewel,  jewel 
  =>  fillet,  filet 
  =>  scallop 
  =>  bedizen 
  =>  dress  ship 
  =>  trim,  garnish,  dress 
  =>  trim 
  =>  deck,  bedight,  bedeck 
  =>  plume 
  =>  festoon 
  =>  enamel 
  =>  inlay 
  =>  hatch 
  =>  damascene 
  =>  gloss,  polish 
  =>  glaze 
  =>  lacquer 
  =>  japan 
  =>  gild,  begild,  engild 
  =>  illuminate 
  =>  miniate,  rubricate 
  =>  emblazon,  blazon 
  =>  color,  colour,  emblazon 
  =>  miniate 
  =>  fringe 
  =>  fret 
  =>  landscape 
  =>  humanize,  humanise 
  =>  humble 
  =>  efface 
  =>  estrange,  alienate,  alien,  disaffect 
  =>  drift  apart,  drift  away 
  =>  wean 
  =>  right 
  =>  desensitize,  desensitise 
  =>  numb,  benumb,  blunt,  dull 
  =>  stun,  bedaze,  daze 
  =>  besot,  stupefy,  stupify 
  =>  deafen,  deaf 
  =>  deodorize 
  =>  develop 
  =>  redevelop 
  =>  blur 
  =>  blind 
  =>  change  intensity 
  =>  darken,  dim 
  =>  dim,  dip 
  =>  brighten 
  =>  quieten,  hush,  quiet,  quiesce,  quiet  down  pipe  down 
  =>  louden 
  =>  soften 
  =>  muffle,  mute,  dull,  damp,  dampen,  tone  down 
  =>  sharpen 
  =>  focus 
  =>  refocus 
  =>  change  taste 
  =>  sweeten,  dulcify,  edulcorate,  dulcorate 
  =>  honey 
  =>  sugar,  saccharify 
  =>  sugarcoat,  glaze,  candy 
  =>  mull 
  =>  bitter 
  =>  sour,  acidify,  acidulate,  acetify 
  =>  capture 
  =>  lend,  impart,  bestow,  contribute,  add  bring 
  =>  instill,  transfuse 
  =>  breathe 
  =>  tinsel 
  =>  throw  in 
  =>  restore,  reinstate,  reestablish 
  =>  liberalize 
  =>  decontrol 
  =>  right  compensate,  redress,  correct 
  =>  over-correct,  overcompensate 
  =>  expiate,  aby,  abye,  atone 
  =>  democratize 
  =>  neutralize 
  =>  corrupt,  pervert,  demoralize,  demoralise,  debauch,  debase,  profane,  vitiate,  deprave,  misdirect 
  =>  sensualize,  sensualise,  carnalize,  carnalise 
  =>  lead  off  lead  astray 
  =>  whore 
  =>  poison 
  =>  bastardize,  bastardise 
  =>  suborn 
  =>  turn 
  =>  make  possible 
 
  Sense  3 
  change,  alter,  vary 
  =>  alternate,  jump 
  =>  crackle 
  =>  modulate 
  =>  avianize,  avianise 
  =>  move 
  =>  scroll 
  =>  sink,  pass,  lapse 
  =>  adapt,  accommodate 
  =>  adjust 
  =>  gear,  pitch 
  =>  fit 
  =>  anglicise,  anglicize 
  =>  shoehorn,  tailor 
  =>  domesticate,  tame 
  =>  domesticate,  cultivate,  naturalize,  naturalise,  tame 
  =>  naturalize,  naturalise 
  =>  electrify,  wire 
  =>  transcribe 
  =>  let  out  widen 
  =>  take  in 
  =>  diversify,  branch  out  broaden 
  =>  diversify 
  =>  specialize,  specialise,  narrow,  narrow  down 
  =>  overspecialize,  overspecialise 
  =>  honeycomb 
  =>  break 
 
  Sense  4 
  switch,  shift,  change 
  =>  break 
  =>  surf,  channel-surf 
  =>  leap,  jump 
  =>  diphthongize 
  =>  break 
  =>  cut 
  =>  cut  away 
  =>  break 
 
  Sense  6 
  change,  exchange,  commute,  convert 
  =>  utilize 
  =>  capitalize,  capitalise 
  =>  overcapitalize,  overcapitalise 
  =>  launder 
  =>  break 
 
  Sense  7 
  exchange,  change,  interchange 
  =>  sell 
  =>  clear 
  =>  scalp 
  =>  bootleg 
  =>  sell  short 
  =>  remainder 
  =>  resell 
  =>  syndicate 
  =>  deaccession 
  =>  foist  off  palm  off  fob  off 
  =>  realize,  realise 
  =>  auction,  auction  off  auctioneer 
  =>  retail 
  =>  wholesale 
  =>  trust 
  =>  sacrifice 
  =>  dump,  underprice 
  =>  undersell,  undercut 
  =>  dispose 
  =>  redispose 
  =>  move 
  =>  prostitute 
  =>  streetwalk 
  =>  cash,  cash  in 
  =>  redeem 
  =>  ransom,  redeem 
  =>  substitute,  replace 
  =>  shift 
  =>  reduce 
  =>  truncate 
  =>  retool 
  =>  subrogate 
  =>  substitute,  sub,  stand  in  fill  in 
  =>  trade  swap,  swop,  switch 
  =>  barter 
  =>  trade  trade  in 
  =>  barter  away 
 
  Entailment  of  verb  change 
 
 
  Synonyms/Hypernyms  (Ordered  by  Frequency)  of  verb  change 
 
  10  senses  of  change 
 
  Sense  1 
  change 
 
  Sense  2 
  change,  alter 
 
  Sense  3 
  change,  alter,  vary 
 
  Sense  4 
  switch,  shift,  change 
 
  Sense  5 
  change 
  =>  dress,  get  dressed 
 
  Sense  6 
  change,  exchange,  commute,  convert 
  =>  replace 
 
  Sense  7 
  exchange,  change,  interchange 
  =>  transfer 
 
  Sense  8 
  transfer,  change 
  =>  travel,  go  move  locomote 
 
  Sense  9 
  deepen,  change 
 
  Sense  10 
  change 
  =>  replace 
 
  Familiarity  of  verb  change 
 
  change  used  as  a  verb  is  familiar  (polysemy  count  =  10) 
 
  Synonyms  (Grouped  by  Similarity  of  Meaning)  of  verb  change 
 
  Sense  4 
  switch,  shift,  change 
 
  Sense  5 
  change 
  =>  dress,  get  dressed 
 
  Sense  6 
  change,  exchange,  commute,  convert 
  =>  replace 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  1 
  change 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  2 
  change,  alter 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  3 
  change,  alter,  vary 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  7 
  exchange,  change,  interchange 
  =>  transfer 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  8 
  transfer,  change 
  =>  travel,  go  move  locomote 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  9 
  deepen,  change 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  10 
  change 
  =>  replace 
  -------------- 
 
  Grep  of  noun  change 
  american  stock  exchange 
  bill  of  exchange 
  change 
  change-of-pace 
  change-of-pace  ball 
  change-up 
  change  of  color 
  change  of  course 
  change  of  direction 
  change  of  integrity 
  change  of  life 
  change  of  location 
  change  of  magnitude 
  change  of  mind 
  change  of  shape 
  change  of  state 
  change  ringing 
  changeability 
  changeableness 
  changefulness 
  changelessness 
  changeling 
  changeover 
  changer 
  chemical  change 
  commodities  exchange 
  commodity  exchange 
  corn  exchange 
  exchange 
  foreign  exchange 
  futures  exchange 
  interchange 
  ion  exchange 
  medium  of  exchange 
  n.  y.  stock  exchange 
  new  york  stock  exchange 
  oil  change 
  phase  change 
  photochemical  exchange 
  physical  change 
  pitching  change 
  policy  change 
  post  exchange 
  rate  of  exchange 
  sea  change 
  small  change 
  state  change 
  stock  exchange 
  telephone  exchange 
  temperature  change 
 
  Overview  of  noun  change 
 
  The  noun  change  has  10  senses  (first  7  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (76)  change,  alteration,  modification  --  (an  event  that  occurs  when  something  passes  from  one  state  or  phase  to  another:  "the  change  was  intended  to  increase  sales";  "this  storm  is  certainly  a  change  for  the  worse") 
  2.  (45)  change  --  (a  relational  difference  between  states;  especially  between  states  before  and  after  some  event:  "he  attributed  the  change  to  their  marriage") 
  3.  (17)  change  --  (the  action  of  changing  something  "the  change  of  government  had  no  impact  on  the  economy";  "his  change  on  abortion  cost  him  the  election") 
  4.  (14)  change  --  (the  result  of  alteration  or  modification;  "there  were  marked  changes  in  the  lining  of  the  lungs";  "there  had  been  no  change  in  the  mountains") 
  5.  (2)  change  --  (the  balance  of  money  received  when  the  amount  you  tender  is  greater  than  the  amount  due;  "I  paid  with  a  twenty  and  pocketed  the  change") 
  6.  (1)  change  --  (a  thing  that  is  different;  "he  inspected  several  changes  before  selecting  one") 
  7.  (1)  change  --  (a  different  or  fresh  set  of  clothes;  "she  brought  a  change  in  her  overnight  bag") 
  8.  change  --  (coins  of  small  denomination  regarded  collectively;  "he  had  a  pocketful  of  change") 
  9.  change  --  (money  received  in  return  for  its  equivalent  in  a  larger  denomination  or  a  different  currency;  "he  got  change  for  a  twenty  and  used  it  to  pay  the  taxi  driver") 
  10.  variety,  change  --  (a  difference  that  is  usually  pleasant;  "he  goes  to  France  for  variety";  "it  is  a  refreshing  change  to  meet  a  woman  mechanic") 
 
  Overview  of  verb  change 
 
  The  verb  change  has  10  senses  (first  8  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (69)  change  --  (undergo  a  change;  become  different  in  essence;  losing  one's  or  its  original  nature;  "She  changed  completely  as  she  grew  older";  "The  weather  changed  last  night") 
  2.  (67)  change,  alter  --  (cause  to  change;  make  different;  cause  a  transformation;  "The  advent  of  the  automobile  may  have  altered  the  growth  pattern  of  the  city";  "The  discussion  has  changed  my  thinking  about  the  issue") 
  3.  (13)  change,  alter,  vary  --  (make  or  become  different  in  some  particular  way  without  permanently  losing  one's  or  its  former  characteristics  or  essence;  "her  mood  changes  in  accordance  with  the  weather";  "The  supermarket's  selection  of  vegetables  varies  according  to  the  season") 
  4.  (7)  switch,  shift,  change  --  (lay  aside,  abandon,  or  leave  for  another;  "switch  to  a  different  brand  of  beer";  "She  switched  psychiatrists";  "The  car  changed  lanes") 
  5.  (6)  change  --  (change  clothes;  put  on  different  clothes;  "Change  before  you  go  to  the  opera") 
  6.  (5)  change,  exchange,  commute,  convert  --  (exchange  or  replace  with  another,  usually  of  the  same  kind  or  category;  "Could  you  convert  my  dollars  into  pounds?"  "He  changed  his  name";  "convert  centimeters  into  inches";  "convert  holdings  into  shares") 
  7.  (4)  exchange,  change,  interchange  --  (give  to  and  receive  from  one  another;  "Would  you  change  places  with  me?"  "We  have  been  exchanging  letters  for  a  year") 
  8.  (3)  transfer,  change  --  (change  from  one  vehicle  or  transportation  line  to  another;  "She  changed  in  Chicago  on  her  way  to  the  East  coast") 
  9.  deepen,  change  --  (become  deeper  in  tone;  "His  voice  began  to  change  when  he  was  12  years  old";  "Her  voice  deepened  when  she  whispered  the  password") 
  10.  change  --  (remove  or  replace  the  coverings  of  "Father  had  to  learn  how  to  change  the  baby";  "After  each  guest  we  changed  the  bed  linens") 
 
  Overview  of  noun  change 
 
  The  noun  change  has  10  senses  (first  7  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (76)  change,  alteration,  modification  --  (an  event  that  occurs  when  something  passes  from  one  state  or  phase  to  another:  "the  change  was  intended  to  increase  sales";  "this  storm  is  certainly  a  change  for  the  worse") 
  2.  (45)  change  --  (a  relational  difference  between  states;  especially  between  states  before  and  after  some  event:  "he  attributed  the  change  to  their  marriage") 
  3.  (17)  change  --  (the  action  of  changing  something  "the  change  of  government  had  no  impact  on  the  economy";  "his  change  on  abortion  cost  him  the  election") 
  4.  (14)  change  --  (the  result  of  alteration  or  modification;  "there  were  marked  changes  in  the  lining  of  the  lungs";  "there  had  been  no  change  in  the  mountains") 
  5.  (2)  change  --  (the  balance  of  money  received  when  the  amount  you  tender  is  greater  than  the  amount  due;  "I  paid  with  a  twenty  and  pocketed  the  change") 
  6.  (1)  change  --  (a  thing  that  is  different;  "he  inspected  several  changes  before  selecting  one") 
  7.  (1)  change  --  (a  different  or  fresh  set  of  clothes;  "she  brought  a  change  in  her  overnight  bag") 
  8.  change  --  (coins  of  small  denomination  regarded  collectively;  "he  had  a  pocketful  of  change") 
  9.  change  --  (money  received  in  return  for  its  equivalent  in  a  larger  denomination  or  a  different  currency;  "he  got  change  for  a  twenty  and  used  it  to  pay  the  taxi  driver") 
  10.  variety,  change  --  (a  difference  that  is  usually  pleasant;  "he  goes  to  France  for  variety";  "it  is  a  refreshing  change  to  meet  a  woman  mechanic") 
 
  Overview  of  verb  change 
 
  The  verb  change  has  10  senses  (first  8  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (69)  change  --  (undergo  a  change;  become  different  in  essence;  losing  one's  or  its  original  nature;  "She  changed  completely  as  she  grew  older";  "The  weather  changed  last  night") 
  2.  (67)  change,  alter  --  (cause  to  change;  make  different;  cause  a  transformation;  "The  advent  of  the  automobile  may  have  altered  the  growth  pattern  of  the  city";  "The  discussion  has  changed  my  thinking  about  the  issue") 
  3.  (13)  change,  alter,  vary  --  (make  or  become  different  in  some  particular  way  without  permanently  losing  one's  or  its  former  characteristics  or  essence;  "her  mood  changes  in  accordance  with  the  weather";  "The  supermarket's  selection  of  vegetables  varies  according  to  the  season") 
  4.  (7)  switch,  shift,  change  --  (lay  aside,  abandon,  or  leave  for  another;  "switch  to  a  different  brand  of  beer";  "She  switched  psychiatrists";  "The  car  changed  lanes") 
  5.  (6)  change  --  (change  clothes;  put  on  different  clothes;  "Change  before  you  go  to  the  opera") 
  6.  (5)  change,  exchange,  commute,  convert  --  (exchange  or  replace  with  another,  usually  of  the  same  kind  or  category;  "Could  you  convert  my  dollars  into  pounds?"  "He  changed  his  name";  "convert  centimeters  into  inches";  "convert  holdings  into  shares") 
  7.  (4)  exchange,  change,  interchange  --  (give  to  and  receive  from  one  another;  "Would  you  change  places  with  me?"  "We  have  been  exchanging  letters  for  a  year") 
  8.  (3)  transfer,  change  --  (change  from  one  vehicle  or  transportation  line  to  another;  "She  changed  in  Chicago  on  her  way  to  the  East  coast") 
  9.  deepen,  change  --  (become  deeper  in  tone;  "His  voice  began  to  change  when  he  was  12  years  old";  "Her  voice  deepened  when  she  whispered  the  password") 
  10.  change  --  (remove  or  replace  the  coverings  of  "Father  had  to  learn  how  to  change  the  baby";  "After  each  guest  we  changed  the  bed  linens") 



changes definition