Another Word For FOR
Noun : (obsolete) A bend; flexure; curve; a hollow angle.
Noun : (obsolete) A bend or hollow in a human or animal body.
Noun : (obsolete) A curve or bend in a river, mountain chain, or other geographical feature.
Noun : The title of an American television situation comedy; Friends.
Noun : The Quakers; the Society of Friends.
Noun : Loss or damage incurred through a disaster.
Noun : A fee paid for some liberty or privilege, particularly for the privilege of passing over a bridge or on a highway, or for that of vending goods in a fair, market, etc.
Noun : (business) A fee for using any kind of material processing service.
Noun : (informal, formerly offensive) A British person.
Noun : A Brit Award, a prize for musicians in Britain.
Noun : One of the young of herrings, sprats, etc.
Noun : An act or instance of asking.
Noun : Something asked or asked for.
Noun : An asking price.
Noun : A sharp, quick, lively pain; a sting.
Noun : Mental pain or suffering; grief; affliction.
Noun : Smart-money.
Verb : (intransitive) To make a bargain; to make a deal or contract for the exchange of property or services; to negotiate
Verb : (transitive) To transfer for a consideration; to barter; to trade
Noun : The one that follows after this one.
Noun : A female given name from Hebrew.
Noun : A Dravidian language spoken in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh provinces in India.
Noun : A Papuan language spoken in Papua New Guinea.
Noun : A river in the Middle East that empties into the Dead Sea.
Noun : A country in the Middle East. Official name: Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan; named after the river.
Noun : The name of other rivers around the world, listed under Jordan River (disambiguation).
Noun : A length of thread, line or rope that is doubled over to make an opening.
Noun : The opening so formed.
Noun : A shape produced by a curve that bends around and crosses itself.
Noun : Money given in return for work; salary or wages.
Noun : A surname.
Noun : (operating systems, trademark) Microsoft Windows, an operating system with a WIMP graphical user interface that dominates the personal computer market.
Noun : The quality of being drivable, of being easy or pleasant to drive
Noun : A surname.
Verb : (transitive, intransitive) To look at, see, or view for a period of time.
Verb : (transitive) To observe over a period of time; to notice or pay attention.
Verb : (transitive) To mind, attend, or guard.
Noun : An English surname originating as a patronymic of common usage in Wales and England.
Noun : An Irish surname originating as a patronymic, an adopted anglicization of Mac Uilliam (McWilliam)
Noun : A place in the United States.
Noun : A declaration or remark.
Noun : A presentation of opinion or position.
Noun : (finance) A document that summarizes financial activity.
Noun : The result of copying; an identical duplicate of an original.
Noun : An imitation, sometimes of inferior quality.
Noun : (journalism) The text that is to be typeset.
Noun : The act of publishing printed or other matter.
Noun : An issue of printed or other matter, offered for sale or distribution.
Noun : The communication of information to the general public etc.
Noun : Mental acceptance of a claim as true.
Noun : Faith or trust in the reality of something; often based upon one's own reasoning, trust in a claim, desire of actuality, and/or evidence considered.
Noun : (countable) Something believed.
Adjective : Written or published.
Verb : (intransitive, transitive) To want something to happen, with a sense of expectation that it might.
Verb : To be optimistic; be full of hope; have hopes.
Verb : (intransitive) To place confidence; to trust with confident expectation of good; usually followed by in.
Noun : Something that is representative of all such things in a group.
Noun : Something that serves to illustrate or explain a rule.
Noun : Something that serves as a pattern of behaviour to be imitated (a good example) or not to be imitated (a bad example).
Noun : A specific form or variation of something.
Noun : A translation from one language to another.
Noun : (education, archaic) A school exercise, generally of composition in a foreign language.
Adjective : combined or joined to increase in size or quantity or scop
Noun : An abstract and general idea; an abstraction.
Noun : Understanding retained in the mind, from experience, reasoning and imagination; a generalization (generic, basic form), or abstraction (mental impression), of a particular set of instances or occurrences (specific, though different, recorded manifestations of the concept).
Noun : (generic programming) A description of supported operations on a type, including their syntax and semantics.
Noun : The end for which something is done, is made or exists.
Noun : The reason for which something is done, or the reason it is done in a particular way.
Noun : Function, role.
Verb : followed by of; general use:
Verb : followed by from; general use, though somewhat more common in the context of medicine or the sciences:
Verb : followed by for; often expressing wider contextual motivations, though sometimes indicating direct causes:
Verb : simple past tense of do
Noun : (law) A form of equitable ownership peculiar to English law, by which one person enjoys the profits of lands, etc. whose legal title is vested in another in trust.
Noun : A large settlement, bigger than a town; sometimes with a specific legal definition, depending on the place.
Noun : (UK) A settlement granted special status by royal charter or letters patent; traditionally, a settlement with a cathedral regardless of size.
Noun : (Australia) The central business district; downtown.
Noun : A second or subsequent reading of a text or artifact in an attempt to gain new insights.
Noun : An account intended as a critical evaluation of a text or a piece of work.
Noun : (law) A judicial reassessment of a case or an event.
Verb : (transitive) To notice with care; to observe; to remark; to heed.
Verb : (transitive) To record in writing; to make a memorandum of.
Verb : (transitive) To denote; to designate.
Noun : An act of being of assistance to someone.
Noun : (economics) The practice of providing such a service as economic activity.
Noun : A department in a company, an organization, a government department, etc.
Noun : A set of structured activities.
Noun : A leaflet listing information about a play, game or other activity.
Noun : (politics) A set of principle goals which are supported by a political party or individual candidate
Verb : (transitive) To have an absolute requirement for.
Verb : (transitive) To want strongly; to feel that one must have something.
Verb : (modal verb) To be obliged or required (to do something).
Adjective : (in combination) Having a specified duration of life.
Noun : tiered seats consisting of a structure (often made of wood) where people can sit to watch an event (game or parade
Verb : (transitive) To allow to, not to prevent (+ infinitive, but usually without to).
Verb : (transitive) To allow to be or do without interference; to not disturb or meddle with; to leave (someone or something) alone.
Verb : (transitive) To allow the release of (a fluid).
Noun : (UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand) Someone who regularly looks after another person, either as a job or often through family responsibilities.
Noun : The act of one who cares.
Adjective : Anticipated; thought to be about to arrive or occur
Noun : An object whose nature is yet to be defined.
Noun : An object whose name is forgotten by, unknown or unimportant to the user, e.g., from words of a song. Also used to refer to an object earlier indefinitely referred to as 'something' (pronoun sense).
Verb : To transfer one's possession or holding of (something) to (someone).
Verb : To make a present or gift of.
Verb : To pledge.
have someone's guts for garters
Verb : (idiomatic, Britain) To reprimand severely.
made for each other
Adjective : (idiomatic, of two persons) Well suited to be in a relationship with one another, especially as romantic or marital partners.
Adjective : (idiomatic) Compatible; interacting effectively; in a complementary relationship.
prayer for relief
Noun : (law) The portion of a complaint in which the plaintiff describes the remedies sought from the court, such as damages or an injunction.
Noun : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see prayer, for, relief.
Verb : To try to obtain something by subtle indirect means: political manoeuvres, suggestion, etc.
Verb : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see angle, for.
fit for a king
Adjective : (idiomatic) Lavish; luxurious.
go for the jugular
Verb : Synonym of go for the throat
wait for the other shoe to drop
Verb : (idiomatic) To defer action or decision until another matter is finished or resolved.
Verb : (idiomatic) To await a seemingly inevitable event, especially one that is not desirable.
take a turn for the worse
Verb : (idiomatic) To start to become worse; to worsen.
take someone's word for it
Verb : (idiomatic) To believe what someone claims, especially without checking or verifying for oneself.
be in for
Verb : (idiomatic) To be able to expect or anticipate; to be about to suffer, generally said of something unpleasant.
run for one's life
Verb : To run away desperately from danger.
Verb : (idiomatic) To attempt to escape an extremely bad situation.
loaded for bear
Adjective : (idiomatic) Thoroughly equipped, as for a demanding task or confrontation.
Adjective : (idiomatic) Mentally prepared for a daunting situation or confrontation.
sight for sore eyes
Noun : (idiomatic) A pleasing sight; something that is beautiful to look at.
money for old rope
Noun : (idiomatic) Money exchanged for goods of low value.
have a lot of time for
Verb : (idiomatic) To hold in high esteem; to respect.
take no for an answer
Verb : (idiomatic, chiefly in the negative) To accept a disappointing response.
put down for
Verb : (idiomatic) to record that someone has offered to help, or contribute something.
have an eye for
Verb : (idiomatic) To notice, discern, or appreciate easily.
take a turn for the better
Verb : (idiomatic) To start to become better; to improve.
look out for number one
Verb : (idiomatic) To act in one's own interests; to act in a manner advantageous primarily to oneself.
Verb : Alternative form of look out for number one [(idiomatic) To act in one's own interests; to act in a manner advantageous primarily to oneself.]
close enough for government work
Adjective : (US, idiomatic, humorous, derogatory) Adequate: acceptable as government work, imperfect but not worth the time or effort of improving.
Adjective : (Canada, idiomatic, humorous) Acceptable: equivalent to government work, neither worse nor better.
play for time
Verb : (idiomatic) To delay a situation until one is prepared.
win one for the gipper
Verb : (idiomatic, American football) To do something in memory of another person.
take for granted
Verb : (transitive, of a thing) To assume something to be true without verification or proof.
Verb : (transitive, idiomatic, especially of a person) To give little attention to or to underestimate the value of; to fail to appreciate, especially something one has grown heavily accustomed to.
bat for the other team
Verb : (idiomatic, humorous, euphemistic) To be homosexual.
Verb : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see come, for.
Verb : (transitive) To search for someone with the intent to apprehend or cause harm.
Verb : (transitive, figuratively) To target someone for competition or attack.
nothing for it
Noun : (idiomatic, often followed by but) No alternative; nothing else to be done or to have recourse to.
good for nothing
Adjective : (idiomatic) useless; worthless
for the hell of it
worse for wear
Adjective : (idiomatic) In poor physical condition due to long or heavy use.
Adjective : (idiomatic) Drunk.
Verb : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see speak, for.
Verb : To speak on somebody's behalf.
Verb : (idiomatic) To claim, reserve, or occupy.
pressed for time
Adjective : (idiomatic) in a hurry, without spare time.
Verb : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see answer, for.
Verb : (transitive, intransitive) To be held responsible for; to take the blame for something.
Verb : (transitive) To guarantee.
eye for an eye
Noun : (idiomatic) Compensation for injury caused by a person, in the form of inflicting an identical injury on that person.
Verb : For what purpose.
Verb : (colloquial) For what reason; why.
Noun : (idiomatic, colloquial, usually with "give someone") An unspecified punishment or rebuke
ask for it
Verb : (idiomatic, informal) To provoke an unwanted action.
Verb : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see ask for, it.
give what for
Verb : (transitive, idiomatic) To scold; to punish, especially verbally.
in for it
Adjective : (idiomatic) Irrevocably committed to something.
Adjective : (idiomatic) In trouble.
go for it
Verb : (idiomatic) To put maximum effort into achieving something.
Verb : To decide to do something; especially after a period of hesitation.
Verb : (imperative, idiomatic) Used to grant permission for or to give endorsement of a suggestion or proposal.
cry for help
Noun : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see cry, for, help.
Noun : (idiomatic) Acting out as a means of displaying a subconscious desire for attention or help.
Verb : (idiomatic) To set out to go (somewhere); to move towards.
Verb : (idiomatic) To tend to produce or result in.
Verb : (idiomatic, rare) To confirm, favour, strengthen (an opinion, theory, etc.).
go for broke
Verb : To wager everything.
Verb : (idiomatic) To try everything possible or do every last thing possible in a final attempt.
jump for joy
Verb : (idiomatic) To exult, rejoice, or feel elation.
do well for oneself
Verb : (idiomatic) To thrive or succeed.
for the ages
Adjective : (idiomatic) Especially memorable and noteworthy; deserving to endure for a very long time.
Verb : (idiomatic) In a manner that produces long-lasting effects; for posterity; for a very long duration.
too big for one's britches
Adjective : (idiomatic) Disturbingly confident, unacceptably cocky.
Adjective : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: Too large to fit into one's pants.
turn up for the book
Noun : (idiomatic) A very unexpected, usually pleasant, surprise.
bang for the buck
Noun : (idiomatic) Efficiency; cost-effectiveness; value.
for heaven's sake
Verb : (idiomatic, euphemistic) Expresses frustration, exasperation, annoyance, or the urgency of an instruction.
Verb : (idiomatic, euphemistic) Expresses surprise, sometimes pleasant.
up for grabs
Adjective : (idiomatic) Available for anyone to obtain, claim, decide, or win.
make a name for oneself
Verb : (idiomatic) to gain fame, to become well-known
go for the throat
Verb : (idiomatic) To exert an unrestrained, aggressive effort, especially by assailing an opponent's or victim's area of greatest vulnerability.
not long for this world
Adjective : (idiomatic) Unlikely to endure for much more time.
run for one's money
Noun : (idiomatic) A difficult challenge for the person indicated, especially one involving a competitive situation.
Noun : (idiomatic, dated) A reasonable opportunity to succeed, perform acceptably, or escape harm, especially in a difficult situation.
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