Synonyms for Big-dipper
An amusement-park ride with a steep slide, often into a pool of water
An amusement ride in which small, open cars move on tracks that dip and curve sharply
Any of a family (Cinclidae) of passerine birds living near swift streams in which they wade and dive in search of insects, larvae, etc.; water ouzel
Plough is another word for plow, which is a farm tool with heavy blades that cuts through the soil.
a group of seven bright stars in the constellation Ursa Major
A large open farm wagon.
A constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Indus and Phoenix.
(Place, proper) A S constellation near Eridanus: essentially a large area with few bright objects
(Ecclesiastical) The top surface of an altar.
(Place, proper) A S constellation near Crux
(Name, person, proper) A feminine name
(Greek Mythology) A giant hunter, pursuer of the Pleiades and lover of Eos, killed by Artemis.
(Place, proper) A S constellation in the Milky Way between Ophiuchus and Ara, containing the bright star Antares; the Scorpion
A constellation in the polar region of the Southern Hemisphere near Indus and Hydrus, containing the Small Magellanic Cloud.
A constellation in the S Milky Way between Carina and Antlia
(Place, proper) A large N and S constellation between Hercules and Scorpius
Find another word for big-dipper. In this page you can discover 35 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for big-dipper, like: chute-the-chute, roller-coaster, dipper, plough, Charles's Wain, wain, wagon, microscopium, antlia, apus and ara.