Alternate synonyms

ôl'tər-nāt', ăl'-
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To take or do by turns
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To give and get, do, feel, etc. reciprocally; interchange
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In a different or additional time, place, or manner:
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The definition of substitute is someone or something used in place of another person or thing.
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Further or additional
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Stopping and starting at intervals; coming after a particular time span; not steady or constant
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All except for some previously mentioned set.
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(Statistics) The act of returning each item that has been selected in a subset from a group before making another selection.
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An equivalent thing
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An actor who takes the place of another actor in scenes requiring special skills or preparations:
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To cause to turn on an axis or center.
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To take or do by turns
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To take or do by turns
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To take or do by turns
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To take or do by turns
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To take or do by turns
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To take or do by turns
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To take or do by turns
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(Law) To free (someone) from debt or legal obligations; to give legal relief to. [from 15th c.]
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To take or do by turns
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To give and receive reciprocally; interchange:
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(Intransitive) To assume a place in a sequence of successions.
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To render into another language.
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To take or do by turns
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(Figuratively, with “out") To clarify; to explain in detail. [from 20th c.]
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To have a range of different qualities or amounts:
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To fluctuate is defined as to change in amount or rise and fall.
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To change between one state and another; fluctuate:
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(Physics) To vary between alternate extremes, usually within a definable period of time.
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To waver is to sway back and forth, show doubt, or to become uncertain in your opinion or planned course of action.
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To change back and forth from one condition or situation to another:
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To fluctuate
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(Intransitive, idiomatic) To behave inconsistently; to vacillate or to waver, as between extremes of opinion or emotion.
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To be close to or in danger of failure or ruin:
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To dispose of.
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To incline toward change, as in opinion or feeling:
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To sway as if about to fall.
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(Idiomatic) To alternately enter and exit into something (physically or figuratively)
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To move with short sliding steps, without or barely lifting the feet:
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To fluctuate
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To fluctuate
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(Figuratively) To take opposite positions alternately; to assert and deny.
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To ride a seesaw.
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Something that will last for only a limited period of time; transitory. Temporary is meaningless with regard to the duration of the length of time that it will last; however, it is used to designate absence of permanence.
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Recurrent
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To transfer from (one conveyance) to another:
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To suspend an activity; cease.
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Logically inevitable:
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(Law, in the plural) Indispensable requirements (of life).
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To carry on; persist in:
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A person of similar size and shape to an actor that "stands-in" for the actor during the lengthy process of setting up a shot, who, unlike a double, does not appear in the film.
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(Psychiatry) A substitute figure, esp. a person of some authority, who replaces a father or mother in one's feelings
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A person or thing that fills a vacancy or gap, often temporarily
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(Cricket) An aggressive batsman brought on to score runs quickly, even at the risk of losing his wicket.
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(UK, informal, often in plural) Short for subscription: a payment made for membership of a club, etc.
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Alternative is defined as something that does not conform to existing or mainstream standards.
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(Botany) Growing in pairs on either side of a stem:
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To seize or occupy illegally:
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To go in a zigzag course
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To whip or beat with or as with a switch
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To turn over quickly; specif., to execute a flip
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To move back and forth between two conditions or circumstances, sometimes repeatedly:
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To learn (a part) as an understudy
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To give and receive; to cause to change places; to exchange.
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To safely move (a body) in an emergency (medical) situation, tilting them up, then laying them on a transport surface.
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Having some properties or characteristics of a wave; used especially in physics of a particle
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The object hit back and forth over the net in badminton, consisting of a conical array of feathers or a conical plastic mesh attached to a small rounded end of cork or rubber.
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One who, or that which, supersedes; a replacement or usurper.
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The definition of a supplanter is something or someone who wrongfully takes the place of another.
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One who acts as a regent's deputy.
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The definition of makeshift is something that is improvised or serving as a substitute.
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Every other; each alternate.
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