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87 synonyms
1 antonym
12 definitions
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1. know (Verb) archaic

87 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. acknowledge 11 letters 60 synonyms
2. acquaint 8 letters 29 synonyms
3. appreciate 10 letters 66 synonyms
4. apprehend 9 letters 69 synonyms
5. assimilate 10 letters 36 synonyms
6. bang 4 letters 133 synonyms
7. be intimate 10 letters 38 synonyms
8. bed 3 letters 87 synonyms
9. befriend 8 letters 27 synonyms
10. behold 6 letters 21 synonym
11. boff 4 letters 48 synonyms
12. bonk 4 letters 47 synonyms
13. cognise 7 letters 12 synonyms
14. cognize 7 letters 2 synonyms
15. comprehend 10 letters 62 synonyms
16. conceive 8 letters 91 synonym
17. detect 6 letters 65 synonyms
18. diddle 6 letters 61 synonym
19. difference 10 letters 76 synonyms
20. differentiateen.synonym.one 13 letters 46 synonyms
21. discern 7 letters 45 synonyms
22. discover 8 letters 111 synonyms
23. discriminate 12 letters 46 synonyms
24. distinguish 11 letters 65 synonyms
25. do it 4 letters 38 synonyms
26. eff 3 letters 44 synonyms
27. experience 10 letters 82 synonyms
28. familiarise 11 letters 23 synonyms
29. familiarize 11 letters 23 synonyms
30. fathom 6 letters 29 synonyms
31. feel 4 letters 65 synonyms
32. frig 4 letters 38 synonyms
33. fuck 4 letters 76 synonyms
34. get it on 7 letters 38 synonyms
35. get laid 7 letters 38 synonyms
36. grasp 5 letters 124 synonyms
37. have 4 letters 79 synonyms
38. have a go at it 11 letters 38 synonyms
39. have intercourse 15 letters 38 synonyms
40. have it away 10 letters 38 synonyms
41. have it off 9 letters 38 synonyms
42. have sex 7 letters 38 synonyms
43. hump 4 letters 61 synonym
44. identify 8 letters 42 synonyms
45. introduce 9 letters 95 synonyms
46. jazz 4 letters 53 synonyms
47. jump 4 letters 136 synonyms
48. knob 4 letters 97 synonyms
49. lay 3 letters 156 synonyms
50. lie withen.synonym.one 7 letters 38 synonyms
51. live 4 letters 78 synonyms
52. love 4 letters 148 synonyms
53. make love 8 letters 38 synonyms
54. make out 7 letters 71 synonym
55. make whoopee 11 letters 54 synonyms
56. nail 4 letters 65 synonyms
57. note 4 letters 180 synonyms
58. notice 6 letters 143 synonyms
59. observe 7 letters 120 synonyms
60. penetrate 9 letters 85 synonyms
61. perceive 8 letters 63 synonyms
62. pork 4 letters 48 synonyms
63. realise 7 letters 78 synonyms
64. realize 7 letters 81 synonym
65. recognise 9 letters 73 synonyms
66. recognize 9 letters 83 synonyms
67. roger 5 letters 38 synonyms
68. roll in the hay 12 letters 47 synonyms
69. root 4 letters 147 synonyms
70. savour 6 letters 52 synonyms
71. screw 5 letters 78 synonyms
72. see 3 letters 115 synonyms
73. sense 5 letters 136 synonyms
74. separate 8 letters 209 synonyms
75. set apart 8 letters 41 synonym
76. shaft 5 letters 149 synonyms
77. shag 4 letters 63 synonyms
78. sift 4 letters 39 synonyms
79. sleep together 13 letters 38 synonyms
80. sleep with 9 letters 38 synonyms
81. suffer 6 letters 67 synonyms
82. sustain 7 letters 128 synonyms
83. swive 5 letters 38 synonyms
84. taste 5 letters 119 synonyms
85. tell 4 letters 107 synonyms
86. undergo 7 letters 27 synonyms
87. understand 10 letters 64 synonyms
1 antonym
# Word Number of letters Number of antonyms
1. ignore 6 letters 2 antonyms
11 definitions
know (Verb) —   Be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information; possess knowledge or information about 3 examples
1. ex. "I know that the President lied to the people"
2. ex. "I want to know who is winning the game!"
3. ex. "I know it's time"
know (Verb) —   Be aware of how to do or perform something 2 examples
1. ex. "She knows how to knit"
2. ex. "Does your husband know how to cook?"
know (Verb) —   Be aware of the truth of something; have a belief or faith in something; regard as true beyond any doubt 2 examples
1. ex. "I know that I left the key on the table"
2. ex. "Galileo knew that the earth moves around the sun"
know (Verb) —   Be familiar or acquainted with a person or an object 4 examples
1. ex. "She doesn't know this composer"
2. ex. "Do you know my sister?"
3. ex. "We know this movie"
4. ex. "I know him under a different name"
know (Verb) —   Have firsthand knowledge of states, situations, emotions, or sensations 1 example
1. ex. "I know the feeling!"
know (Verb) —   Accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority
know (Verb) —   Have fixed in the mind 3 examples
1. ex. "I know Latin"
2. ex. "This student knows her irregular verbs"
3. ex. "Do you know the poem well enough to recite it?"
know (Verb) —   Know the nature or character of 1 example
1. ex. "we all knew her as a big show-off"
know (Verb) —   Be able to distinguish, recognize as being different 1 example
1. ex. "The child knows right from wrong"
know (Verb) —   Perceive as familiar 1 example
1. ex. "I know this voice!"
know (Verb) —   Have sexual intercourse
30 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. accept 6 letters 84 synonyms
2. agnise 6 letters 5 synonyms
3. agnize 6 letters 5 synonyms
4. call back 8 letters 8 synonyms
5. call up 6 letters 29 synonyms
6. copulate 8 letters 8 synonyms
7. couple 6 letters 59 synonyms
8. differentiate 13 letters 46 synonyms
9. distinguish 11 letters 65 synonyms
10. experience 10 letters 82 synonyms
11. go through 9 letters 30 synonyms
12. mate 4 letters 59 synonyms
13. pair 4 letters 42 synonyms
14. realise 7 letters 78 synonyms
15. realize 7 letters 81 synonym
16. recall 6 letters 69 synonyms
17. recognise 9 letters 73 synonyms
18. recognize 9 letters 83 synonyms
19. recollect 9 letters 18 synonyms
20. remember 8 letters 29 synonyms
21. retrieve 8 letters 30 synonyms
22. secern 6 letters 8 synonyms
23. secernate 9 letters 8 synonyms
24. see 3 letters 115 synonyms
25. separate 8 letters 209 synonyms
26. severalise 10 letters 8 synonyms
27. severalize 10 letters 8 synonyms
28. tell 4 letters 107 synonyms
29. tell apart 9 letters 14 synonyms
30. think 5 letters 82 synonyms
26 types
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. agnise 6 letters 5 synonyms
2. agnize 6 letters 5 synonyms
3. anticipate 10 letters 69 synonyms
4. be on the ball 11 letters 4 synonyms
5. be with it 8 letters 4 synonyms
6. control 7 letters 278 synonyms
7. foreknow 8 letters 3 synonyms
8. foresee 7 letters 17 synonyms
9. fornicate 9 letters 12 synonyms
10. get the hang 10 letters 1 synonym
11. have 4 letters 79 synonyms
12. have down 8 letters 0 synonyms
13. keep track 9 letters 0 synonyms
14. know the score 12 letters 4 synonyms
15. know what's going on 17 letters 4 synonyms
16. know what's what 14 letters 4 synonyms
17. live over 8 letters 1 synonym
18. master 6 letters 187 synonyms
19. previse 7 letters 4 synonyms
20. realise 7 letters 78 synonyms
21. realize 7 letters 81 synonym
22. recognise 9 letters 73 synonyms
23. recognize 9 letters 83 synonyms
24. relive 6 letters 1 synonym
25. take 4 letters 209 synonyms
26. taste 5 letters 119 synonyms

2. know (Noun) archaic

1 definition
know (Noun) —   The fact of being aware of information that is known to few people 1 example
1. ex. "he is always in the know"
1 type of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. knowing 7 letters 83 synonyms
9 misspelling
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All synonyms in one line
acknowledge, acquaint, appreciate, apprehend, assimilate, en.synonym.one, bang, be intimate, bed, befriend, behold, boff, bonk, cognise, cognize, comprehend, conceive, detect, diddle, difference, differentiate, discern, discover, discriminate, distinguish, do it, en.synonym.one, eff, experience, familiarise, familiarize, fathom, feel, frig, fuck, get it on, get laid, grasp, have, have a go at it, have intercourse, have it away, have it off, have sex, hump, identify, introduce, jazz, jump, knob, lay, lie with, en.synonym.one, live, love, make love, make out, make whoopee, nail, note, notice, observe, penetrate, perceive, pork, realise, realize, recognise, recognize, roger, roll in the hay, root, savour, screw, see, sense, separate, set apart, shaft, shag, sift, sleep together, sleep with, suffer, sustain, swive, taste, tell, undergo, understand.
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