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1. train (Noun)

45 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. advance 7 letters 292 synonyms
2. array 5 letters 143 synonyms
3. bus 3 letters 36 synonyms
4. caravan 7 letters 12 synonyms
5. cavalcade 9 letters 13 synonyms
6. chain 5 letters 88 synonyms
7. clientele 9 letters 10 synonyms
8. column 6 letters 66 synonyms
9. connection 10 letters 122 synonyms
10. continuity 10 letters 31 synonym
11. cortege 7 letters 14 synonyms
12. course 6 letters 185 synonyms
13. drivetrain 10 letters 5 synonyms
14. entourage 9 letters 15 synonyms
15. followers 9 letters 7 synonyms
16. following 9 letters 82 synonyms
17. gear 4 letters 63 synonyms
18. gearing 7 letters 6 synonyms
19. geartrain 9 letters 5 synonyms
20. marchen.synonym.one 5 letters 87 synonyms
21. pageant 7 letters 41 synonym
22. path 4 letters 59 synonyms
23. patronage 9 letters 48 synonyms
24. plane 5 letters 93 synonyms
25. power train 10 letters 5 synonyms
26. procession 10 letters 47 synonyms
27. progression 11 letters 56 synonyms
28. public 6 letters 80 synonyms
29. railroad train 13 letters 2 synonyms
30. railrway 8 letters 2 synonyms
31. railway train 12 letters 2 synonyms
32. retinue 7 letters 17 synonyms
33. rocket 6 letters 39 synonyms
34. series 6 letters 66 synonyms
35. shuttle 7 letters 20 synonyms
36. string 6 letters 83 synonyms
37. subway 6 letters 17 synonyms
38. succession 10 letters 63 synonyms
39. suite 5 letters 21 synonym
40. track 5 letters 91 synonym
41. trail 5 letters 75 synonyms
42. tube 4 letters 56 synonyms
43. underground 11 letters 23 synonyms
44. wagon train 10 letters 2 synonyms
45. wake 4 letters 43 synonyms
6 definitions
train (Noun) —   Public transport provided by a line of railway cars coupled together and drawn by a locomotive 1 example
1. ex. "express trains don't stop at Princeton Junction"
train (Noun) —   A sequentially ordered set of things, events or ideas in which each successive member is related to the preceding 2 examples
1. ex. "train of mourners"
2. ex. "a train of thought"
train (Noun) —   A procession (of wagons, mules or camels) travelling together in single file 1 example
1. ex. "they joined the wagon train for safety"
train (Noun) —   A series of consequences wrought by an event 1 example
1. ex. "it led to a train of disasters"
train (Noun) —   Piece of cloth forming the long back section of a gown that is drawn along the floor 1 example
1. ex. "the bride's train was carried by her two young nephews"
train (Noun) —   Wheelwork consisting of a connected set of rotating gears by which force is transmitted, motion or torque is changed 1 example
1. ex. "the fool got his tie caught in the power train"
8 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. aftermath 9 letters 16 synonyms
2. consequence 11 letters 62 synonyms
3. piece of cloth 12 letters 1 synonym
4. piece of material 15 letters 1 synonym
5. procession 10 letters 47 synonyms
6. public transport 15 letters 0 synonyms
7. series 6 letters 66 synonyms
8. wheelwork 9 letters 0 synonyms
12 types
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. boat train 9 letters 0 synonyms
2. car train 8 letters 0 synonyms
3. epicyclic gear train 18 letters 1 synonym
4. epicyclic train 14 letters 1 synonym
5. freight train 12 letters 1 synonym
6. hospital train 13 letters 0 synonyms
7. mail train 9 letters 0 synonyms
8. passenger train 14 letters 0 synonyms
9. rattler 7 letters 2 synonyms
10. reduction gear 13 letters 0 synonyms
11. streamliner 11 letters 0 synonyms
12. subway train 11 letters 0 synonyms
17 parts
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. conestoga 9 letters 4 synonyms
2. conestoga wagon 14 letters 4 synonyms
3. bogie 5 letters 7 synonyms
4. car 3 letters 26 synonyms
5. covered wagon 12 letters 4 synonyms
6. engine 6 letters 5 synonyms
7. loco 4 letters 36 synonyms
8. locomotive 10 letters 6 synonyms
9. locomotive engine 16 letters 5 synonyms
10. prairie schooner 15 letters 4 synonyms
11. prairie wagon 12 letters 4 synonyms
12. railcar 7 letters 5 synonyms
13. railroad car 11 letters 5 synonyms
14. railroad locomotive 18 letters 5 synonyms
15. railway car 10 letters 5 synonyms
16. railway carriage 15 letters 5 synonyms
17. railway locomotive 17 letters 5 synonyms
2 parts of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. engine 6 letters 5 synonyms
2. gown 4 letters 16 synonyms
5 on topics
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. passenger 9 letters 13 synonyms
2. rider 5 letters 25 synonyms
3. ro-ro 4 letters 1 synonym
4. roll-on roll-off 13 letters 1 synonym
5. standee 7 letters 0 synonyms

2. train (Verb)

69 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. act 3 letters 136 synonyms
2. adapt 5 letters 50 synonyms
3. aim 3 letters 86 synonyms
4. break 5 letters 324 synonyms
5. catechise 9 letters 21 synonym
6. catechize 9 letters 38 synonyms
7. chase 5 letters 49 synonyms
8. check 5 letters 303 synonyms
9. civilise 8 letters 16 synonyms
10. civilize 8 letters 16 synonyms
11. coach 5 letters 48 synonyms
12. condition 9 letters 101 synonym
13. cultivate 9 letters 81 synonym
14. develop 7 letters 111 synonyms
15. direct 6 letters 236 synonyms
16. discipline 10 letters 97 synonyms
17. domesticate 11 letters 12 synonyms
18. dominate 8 letters 52 synonyms
19. drill 5 letters 90 synonyms
20. edifyen.synonym.one 5 letters 23 synonyms
21. educate 7 letters 38 synonyms
22. enlighten 9 letters 49 synonyms
23. equip 5 letters 55 synonyms
24. exercise 8 letters 122 synonyms
25. explain 7 letters 92 synonyms
26. follow 6 letters 124 synonyms
27. form 4 letters 224 synonyms
28. groom 5 letters 18 synonyms
29. ground 6 letters 117 synonyms
30. handle 6 letters 122 synonyms
31. impart 6 letters 75 synonyms
32. indoctrinate 12 letters 49 synonyms
33. influence 9 letters 165 synonyms
34. inform 6 letters 85 synonyms
35. initiate 8 letters 60 synonyms
36. instruct 8 letters 69 synonyms
37. level 5 letters 141 synonym
38. make ready 9 letters 25 synonyms
39. manage 6 letters 108 synonyms
40. master 6 letters 187 synonyms
41. orient 6 letters 29 synonyms
42. point 5 letters 189 synonyms
43. practice 8 letters 107 synonyms
44. practise 8 letters 25 synonyms
45. prepare 7 letters 95 synonyms
46. present 7 letters 179 synonyms
47. prompt 6 letters 91 synonym
48. pursue 6 letters 59 synonyms
49. rail 4 letters 33 synonyms
50. rearen.synonym.one 4 letters 94 synonyms
51. recite 6 letters 55 synonyms
52. referee 7 letters 44 synonyms
53. rehearse 8 letters 32 synonyms
54. repeat 6 letters 63 synonyms
55. school 6 letters 43 synonyms
56. sight 5 letters 91 synonym
57. steer 5 letters 38 synonyms
58. subdue 6 letters 130 synonyms
59. take 4 letters 209 synonyms
60. take aim 7 letters 4 synonyms
61. tame 4 letters 83 synonyms
62. teach 5 letters 79 synonyms
63. trace 5 letters 100 synonyms
64. track 5 letters 91 synonym
65. trail 5 letters 75 synonyms
66. treat 5 letters 120 synonyms
67. turn 4 letters 297 synonyms
68. tutor 5 letters 33 synonyms
69. work out 7 letters 38 synonyms
11 definitions
train (Verb) —   Create by training and teaching 1 example
1. ex. "The old master is training world-class violinists"
train (Verb) —   Undergo training or instruction in preparation for a particular role, function, or profession 2 examples
1. ex. "She is training to be a teacher"
2. ex. "He trained as a legal aid"
train (Verb) —   Develop (children's) behaviour by instruction and practice; especially to teach self-control 1 example
1. ex. "Is this dog trained?"
train (Verb) —   Educate for a future role or function 1 example
1. ex. "They trained him to be a warrior"
train (Verb) —   Teach or refine to be discriminative in taste or judgment 1 example
1. ex. "Train your tastebuds"
train (Verb) —   Point or cause to go (blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment) towards 2 examples
1. ex. "He trained his gun on the burglar"
2. ex. "Don't train your camera on the women"
train (Verb) —   Teach and supervise (someone); act as a trainer or coach (to), as in sports 1 example
1. ex. "He is training our Olympic team"
train (Verb) —   Exercise in order to prepare for an event or competition 1 example
1. ex. "She is training for the Olympics"
train (Verb) —   Cause to grow in a certain way by tying and pruning it 1 example
1. ex. "train the vine"
train (Verb) —   Travel by rail or train 1 example
1. ex. "She trained to Hamburg"
train (Verb) —   Drag loosely along a surface; allow to sweep the ground 1 example
1. ex. "She trained her long scarf behind her"
25 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. check 5 letters 303 synonyms
2. contain 7 letters 67 synonyms
3. control 7 letters 278 synonyms
4. curb 4 letters 82 synonyms
5. develop 7 letters 111 synonyms
6. down 4 letters 127 synonyms
7. drag 4 letters 71 synonym
8. educate 7 letters 38 synonyms
9. exercise 8 letters 122 synonyms
10. fine-tune 8 letters 6 synonyms
11. hold 4 letters 294 synonyms
12. hold in 6 letters 11 synonyms
13. instruct 8 letters 69 synonyms
14. learn 5 letters 55 synonyms
15. make grow 8 letters 1 synonym
16. moderate 8 letters 136 synonyms
17. polish 6 letters 94 synonyms
18. position 8 letters 171 synonym
19. read 4 letters 40 synonyms
20. refine 6 letters 71 synonym
21. ride 4 letters 53 synonyms
22. study 5 letters 161 synonym
23. take 4 letters 209 synonyms
24. teach 5 letters 79 synonyms
25. work out 7 letters 38 synonyms
23 types
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. aim 3 letters 86 synonyms
2. apprentice 10 letters 36 synonyms
3. charge 6 letters 363 synonyms
4. direct 6 letters 236 synonyms
5. dispose 7 letters 75 synonyms
6. draw a bead on 11 letters 3 synonyms
7. drill 5 letters 90 synonyms
8. hold 4 letters 294 synonyms
9. house-train 10 letters 1 synonym
10. housebreak 10 letters 2 synonyms
11. level 5 letters 141 synonym
12. mortify 7 letters 34 synonyms
13. place 5 letters 147 synonyms
14. point 5 letters 189 synonyms
15. qualify 7 letters 62 synonyms
16. retrain 7 letters 0 synonyms
17. sight 5 letters 91 synonym
18. sophisticate 12 letters 7 synonyms
19. swing 5 letters 107 synonyms
20. target 6 letters 27 synonyms
21. toilet-train 11 letters 0 synonyms
22. trellis 7 letters 11 synonyms
23. turn 4 letters 297 synonyms
10 misspelling
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All synonyms in one line
advance, array, bus, caravan, cavalcade, en.synonym.one, chain, clientele, column, connection, continuity, cortege, course, drivetrain, entourage, followers, following, gear, gearing, geartrain, march, pageant, path, patronage, plane, power train, en.synonym.one, procession, progression, public, railroad train, railrway, railway train, retinue, rocket, series, shuttle, string, subway, succession, suite, track, trail, tube, underground, wagon train, wake, act, adapt, aim, break, catechise, en.synonym.one, catechize, chase, check, civilise, civilize, coach, condition, cultivate, develop, direct, discipline, domesticate, dominate, drill, edify, educate, enlighten, equip, exercise, explain, en.synonym.one, follow, form, groom, ground, handle, impart, indoctrinate, influence, inform, initiate, instruct, level, make ready, manage, master, orient, point, practice, practise, prepare, present, prompt, pursue, rail, rear, en.synonym.one, recite, referee, rehearse, repeat, school, sight, steer, subdue, take, take aim, tame, teach, trace, track, trail, treat, turn, tutor, work out.
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