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1. lift (Noun) Brit

28 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. aerodynamic lift 15 letters 1 synonym
2. bail 4 letters 32 synonyms
3. cosmetic surgery 15 letters 7 synonyms
4. crane 5 letters 13 synonyms
5. derrick 7 letters 6 synonyms
6. elevation 9 letters 61 synonym
7. elevator 8 letters 5 synonyms
8. face lift 8 letters 7 synonyms
9. face lifting 11 letters 7 synonyms
10. facelift 8 letters 7 synonyms
11. handle 6 letters 122 synonyms
12. hoist 5 letters 29 synonyms
13. hoop 4 letters 27 synonyms
14. increase 8 letters 152 synonyms
15. inflate 7 letters 51 synonym
16. jack up 6 letters 13 synonyms
17. lift up 6 letters 27 synonyms
18. nip and tuck 10 letters 9 synonyms
19. pulleys 7 letters 7 synonyms
20. raiseen.synonym.one 5 letters 179 synonyms
21. raising 7 letters 47 synonyms
22. rhytidectomy 12 letters 7 synonyms
23. rhytidoplasty 13 letters 7 synonyms
24. ski lift 7 letters 2 synonyms
25. ski tow 6 letters 2 synonyms
26. tackle 6 letters 63 synonyms
27. uplift 6 letters 28 synonyms
28. wire 4 letters 48 synonyms
12 definitions
lift (Noun) —   The act of giving temporary assistance
lift (Noun) —   The component of the aerodynamic forces acting on an airfoil that opposes gravity
lift (Noun) —   The event of something being raised upward
lift (Noun) —   A wave that lifts the surface of the water or ground
lift (Noun) —   A powered conveyance that carries skiers up a hill
lift (Noun) —   A device worn in a shoe or boot to make the wearer look taller or to correct a shortened leg
lift (Noun) —   One of the layers forming the heel of a shoe or boot
lift (Noun) —   Lifting device consisting of a platform or cage that is raised and lowered mechanically in a vertical shaft in order to move people from one floor to another in a building
lift (Noun) —   Plastic surgery to remove wrinkles and other signs of aging from your face; an incision is made near the hair line and skin is pulled back and excess tissue is excised 1 example
1. ex. "some actresses have more than one face lift"
lift (Noun) —   Transportation of people or goods by air (especially when other means of access are unavailable)
lift (Noun) —   A ride in a car 1 example
1. ex. "he gave me a lift home"
lift (Noun) —   The act of raising something 1 example
1. ex. "he responded with a lift of his eyebrow"
27 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. actuation 9 letters 1 synonym
2. aerodynamic force 16 letters 0 synonyms
3. aid 3 letters 159 synonyms
4. anaplasty 9 letters 2 synonyms
5. ascension 9 letters 9 synonyms
6. ascent 6 letters 37 synonyms
7. assist 6 letters 59 synonyms
8. assistance 10 letters 57 synonyms
9. bed 3 letters 87 synonyms
10. conveyance 10 letters 30 synonyms
11. device 6 letters 74 synonyms
12. drive 5 letters 214 synonyms
13. help 4 letters 149 synonyms
14. layer 5 letters 47 synonyms
15. lifting device 13 letters 0 synonyms
16. moving ridge 11 letters 1 synonym
17. plastic surgery 14 letters 2 synonyms
18. propulsion 10 letters 19 synonyms
19. reconstructive surgery 21 letter 2 synonyms
20. ride 4 letters 53 synonyms
21. rise 4 letters 196 synonyms
22. rising 6 letters 60 synonyms
23. transfer 8 letters 90 synonyms
24. transferral 11 letters 4 synonyms
25. transport 9 letters 96 synonyms
26. transportation 14 letters 24 synonyms
27. wave 4 letters 93 synonyms
14 types
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. berlin airlift 13 letters 0 synonyms
2. paternoster 11 letters 0 synonyms
3. chair lift 9 letters 1 synonym
4. chairlift 9 letters 1 synonym
5. dumbwaiter 10 letters 1 synonym
6. food elevator 12 letters 1 synonym
7. freight elevator 15 letters 1 synonym
8. ground effect 12 letters 0 synonyms
9. nose job 7 letters 1 synonym
10. rhinoplasty 11 letters 1 synonym
11. rope tow 7 letters 0 synonyms
12. service elevator 15 letters 1 synonym
13. surface lift 11 letters 0 synonyms
14. top lift 7 letters 0 synonyms
2 parts
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. car 3 letters 26 synonyms
2. elevator car 11 letters 1 synonym
3 parts of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. building 8 letters 30 synonyms
2. edifice 7 letters 3 synonyms
3. heel 4 letters 15 synonyms

2. lift (Verb) Brit

85 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. abstract 8 letters 135 synonyms
2. airlift 7 letters 1 synonym
3. animate 7 letters 123 synonyms
4. annul 5 letters 47 synonyms
5. appropriate 11 letters 145 synonyms
6. arise 5 letters 89 synonyms
7. ascend 6 letters 39 synonyms
8. aspire 6 letters 17 synonyms
9. boost 5 letters 70 synonyms
10. bring up 7 letters 52 synonyms
11. build up 7 letters 43 synonyms
12. cabbage 7 letters 41 synonym
13. carry 5 letters 129 synonyms
14. climb 5 letters 53 synonyms
15. come up 6 letters 26 synonyms
16. construct 9 letters 50 synonyms
17. cop 3 letters 47 synonyms
18. countermand 11 letters 13 synonyms
19. dismantle 9 letters 38 synonyms
20. dragen.synonym.one 4 letters 71 synonym
21. elevate 7 letters 47 synonyms
22. erect 5 letters 64 synonyms
23. exalt 5 letters 58 synonyms
24. face-lift 8 letters 7 synonyms
25. filch 5 letters 38 synonyms
26. get up 5 letters 59 synonyms
27. go up 4 letters 26 synonyms
28. haul 4 letters 62 synonyms
29. heave 5 letters 83 synonyms
30. heighten 8 letters 36 synonyms
31. hoist 5 letters 29 synonyms
32. hold up 6 letters 68 synonyms
33. hook 4 letters 128 synonyms
34. increase 8 letters 152 synonyms
35. inflate 7 letters 51 synonym
36. jack up 6 letters 13 synonyms
37. levitate 8 letters 13 synonyms
38. lift up 6 letters 27 synonyms
39. loft 4 letters 14 synonyms
40. lug 3 letters 59 synonyms
41. move 4 letters 187 synonyms
42. move up 6 letters 12 synonyms
43. nick 4 letters 60 synonyms
44. nobble 6 letters 38 synonyms
45. overturn 8 letters 61 synonym
46. pick up 6 letters 69 synonyms
47. pilfer 6 letters 31 synonym
48. pinch 5 letters 124 synonyms
49. plagiarise 10 letters 2 synonyms
50. plagiarizeen.synonym.one 10 letters 2 synonyms
51. prise 5 letters 10 synonyms
52. prize 5 letters 81 synonym
53. pry 3 letters 51 synonym
54. pull 4 letters 126 synonyms
55. purloin 7 letters 26 synonyms
56. push 4 letters 148 synonyms
57. raise 5 letters 179 synonyms
58. rear 4 letters 94 synonyms
59. recall 6 letters 69 synonyms
60. repeal 6 letters 43 synonyms
61. rescind 7 letters 24 synonyms
62. reverse 7 letters 114 synonyms
63. revoke 6 letters 32 synonyms
64. rise 4 letters 196 synonyms
65. rob 3 letters 55 synonyms
66. rustle 6 letters 23 synonyms
67. sky-rocket 9 letters 11 synonyms
68. snarf 5 letters 14 synonyms
69. snatch 6 letters 79 synonyms
70. sneak 5 letters 63 synonyms
71. steal 5 letters 76 synonyms
72. surge 5 letters 87 synonyms
73. surmount 8 letters 35 synonyms
74. swipe 5 letters 22 synonyms
75. take 4 letters 209 synonyms
76. thieve 6 letters 27 synonyms
77. tilt 4 letters 69 synonyms
78. tow 3 letters 24 synonyms
79. tower 5 letters 41 synonym
80. tug 3 letters 38 synonyms
81. uplift 6 letters 28 synonyms
82. uprise 6 letters 16 synonyms
83. vacate 6 letters 38 synonyms
84. whip 4 letters 112 synonyms
85. wind 4 letters 118 synonyms
24 definitions
lift (Verb) —   Take from a lower to a higher position 1 example
1. ex. "Lift a load"
lift (Verb) —   Take hold of something and move it to a different location 1 example
1. ex. "lift the box onto the table"
lift (Verb) —   Cause to move upwards 1 example
1. ex. "lift one's eyes"
lift (Verb) —   Move upward 1 example
1. ex. "The fog lifted"
lift (Verb) —   Make audible 1 example
1. ex. "He lifted a war whoop"
lift (Verb) —   Cancel officially 1 example
1. ex. "lift an embargo"
lift (Verb) —   Make off with belongings of others
lift (Verb) —   Raise or haul up with or as if with mechanical help 1 example
1. ex. "lift the bicycle onto the roof of the car"
lift (Verb) —   Invigorate or heighten 2 examples
1. ex. "lift his ego"
2. ex. "lift my spirits"
lift (Verb) —   Increase in condition, wealth, quality of life, etc. 1 example
1. ex. "The new law lifted many people from poverty"
lift (Verb) —   Take off or away by decreasing 1 example
1. ex. "lift the pressure"
lift (Verb) —   Become or appear high or tall 1 example
1. ex. "The building lifted before them"
lift (Verb) —   Pay off (a mortgage)
lift (Verb) —   (crime) take without referencing from someone else's writing or speech; of intellectual property 1 example
1. ex. "Technology can be used to cheat or lift"
lift (Verb) —   (crime) take illegally 1 example
1. ex. "lift cattle"
lift (Verb) —   Fly people or goods to or from places not accessible by other means 1 example
1. ex. "Food is lifted into Bosnia"
lift (Verb) —   Take (root crops) out of the ground 1 example
1. ex. "lift potatoes"
lift (Verb) —   Call to stop the hunt or to retire, as of hunting dogs
lift (Verb) —   Rise upward, as from pressure or moisture 1 example
1. ex. "The floor is lifting slowly"
lift (Verb) —   Put an end to 1 example
1. ex. "lift a ban"
lift (Verb) —   Remove (hair) by scalping
lift (Verb) —   Remove from a seedbed or from a nursery 1 example
1. ex. "lift the tulip bulbs"
lift (Verb) —   Remove from a surface 1 example
1. ex. "the detective carefully lifted some fingerprints from the table"
lift (Verb) —   Perform cosmetic surgery on someone's face
43 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. alter 5 letters 64 synonyms
2. ameliorate 10 letters 31 synonym
3. amend 5 letters 40 synonyms
4. appear 6 letters 46 synonyms
5. better 6 letters 126 synonyms
6. buckle 6 letters 48 synonyms
7. call 4 letters 195 synonyms
8. cancel 6 letters 67 synonyms
9. change 6 letters 177 synonyms
10. dig 3 letters 107 synonyms
11. dig out 6 letters 24 synonyms
12. displace 8 letters 73 synonyms
13. emit 4 letters 66 synonyms
14. end 3 letters 191 synonym
15. fly 3 letters 104 synonyms
16. go 2 letters 158 synonyms
17. heave 5 letters 83 synonyms
18. improve 7 letters 111 synonyms
19. let loose 8 letters 5 synonyms
20. let out 6 letters 15 synonyms
21. liquidate 9 letters 44 synonyms
22. locomote 8 letters 3 synonyms
23. look 4 letters 99 synonyms
24. meliorate 9 letters 20 synonyms
25. mend 4 letters 64 synonyms
26. modify 6 letters 42 synonyms
27. move 4 letters 187 synonyms
28. operate 7 letters 71 synonym
29. operate on 9 letters 1 synonym
30. pay off 6 letters 36 synonyms
31. remove 6 letters 127 synonyms
32. scalp 5 letters 0 synonyms
33. seem 4 letters 15 synonyms
34. send for 7 letters 1 synonym
35. steal 5 letters 76 synonyms
36. strike down 10 letters 4 synonyms
37. take 4 letters 209 synonyms
38. take away 8 letters 31 synonym
39. terminate 9 letters 91 synonym
40. travel 6 letters 72 synonyms
41. utter 5 letters 103 synonyms
42. warp 4 letters 53 synonyms
43. withdraw 8 letters 85 synonyms
65 types
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. ascend 6 letters 39 synonyms
2. bubble 6 letters 54 synonyms
3. chandelle 9 letters 0 synonyms
4. chin 4 letters 18 synonyms
5. chin up 6 letters 2 synonyms
6. climb 5 letters 53 synonyms
7. climb up 7 letters 6 synonyms
8. come up 6 letters 26 synonyms
9. crib 4 letters 27 synonyms
10. dignify 7 letters 37 synonyms
11. erect 5 letters 64 synonyms
12. exalt 5 letters 58 synonyms
13. fork 4 letters 43 synonyms
14. gather up 8 letters 4 synonyms
15. get up 5 letters 59 synonyms
16. go back on 8 letters 4 synonyms
17. go up 4 letters 26 synonyms
18. heave 5 letters 83 synonyms
19. heave up 7 letters 3 synonyms
20. heft 4 letters 7 synonyms
21. heft up 6 letters 3 synonyms
22. heighten 8 letters 36 synonyms
23. hike 4 letters 68 synonyms
24. hike up 6 letters 2 synonyms
25. hoist 5 letters 29 synonyms
26. hulk 4 letters 22 synonyms
27. jack 4 letters 49 synonyms
28. jack up 6 letters 13 synonyms
29. kick up 6 letters 3 synonyms
30. leaven 6 letters 14 synonyms
31. levitate 8 letters 13 synonyms
32. lift up 6 letters 27 synonyms
33. loom 4 letters 36 synonyms
34. mount 5 letters 73 synonyms
35. pick up 6 letters 69 synonyms
36. pinnacle 8 letters 29 synonyms
37. pitchfork 9 letters 1 synonym
38. predominate 11 letters 35 synonyms
39. prove 5 letters 77 synonyms
40. pump 4 letters 24 synonyms
41. raise 5 letters 179 synonyms
42. rear 4 letters 94 synonyms
43. renege 6 letters 5 synonyms
44. renege on 8 letters 4 synonyms
45. renegue 7 letters 5 synonyms
46. renegue on 9 letters 4 synonyms
47. rise 4 letters 196 synonyms
48. rocket 6 letters 39 synonyms
49. run up 5 letters 7 synonyms
50. scend 5 letters 1 synonym
51. shoulder 8 letters 45 synonyms
52. skid 4 letters 24 synonyms
53. skyrocket 9 letters 3 synonyms
54. soar 4 letters 47 synonyms
55. soar up 6 letters 4 synonyms
56. soar upwards 11 letters 4 synonyms
57. steam 5 letters 89 synonyms
58. surge 5 letters 87 synonyms
59. tower 5 letters 41 synonym
60. trice 5 letters 14 synonyms
61. trice up 7 letters 1 synonym
62. underlay 8 letters 3 synonyms
63. uplift 6 letters 28 synonyms
64. uprise 6 letters 16 synonyms
65. zoom 4 letters 22 synonyms
1 see also
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. lift up 6 letters 27 synonyms
7 misspelling
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All synonyms in one line
aerodynamic lift, bail, cosmetic surgery, crane, derrick, en.synonym.one, elevation, elevator, face lift, face lifting, facelift, handle, hoist, hoop, increase, inflate, jack up, lift up, nip and tuck, pulleys, raise, raising, rhytidectomy, rhytidoplasty, ski lift, ski tow, en.synonym.one, tackle, uplift, wire, abstract, airlift, animate, annul, appropriate, en.synonym.one, arise, ascend, aspire, boost, bring up, build up, cabbage, carry, climb, come up, construct, cop, countermand, dismantle, drag, elevate, erect, exalt, face-lift, filch, en.synonym.one, get up, go up, haul, heave, heighten, hoist, hold up, hook, increase, inflate, jack up, levitate, lift up, loft, lug, move, move up, nick, nobble, overturn, pick up, pilfer, pinch, plagiarise, plagiarize, en.synonym.one, prise, prize, pry, pull, purloin, push, raise, rear, recall, repeal, rescind, reverse, revoke, rise, rob, rustle, sky-rocket, snarf, snatch, sneak, steal, surge, surmount, swipe, take, thieve, tilt, tow, tower, tug, uplift, uprise, vacate, whip, wind.
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