Dive synonyms

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A place for plunging, or swimming
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A place jumped over or from.
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The season of the year between winter and summer, during which the weather becomes warmer and plants revive, extending in the Northern Hemisphere from the vernal equinox to the summer solstice and popularly considered to include the months of March, April, and May. In the Southern Hemisphere austral spring includes September, October, and November.
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A swift, steep downward plunge of an airplane, with the nose toward the earth
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A decline, as of a business.
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A sudden motion downward
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A sudden motion downward
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(Printing) The density of characters in a printed line, usually expressed as characters per inch.
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(Uncountable) The action of the verb to duck.
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The act or an instance of swooping.
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The unstressed portion of a metrical foot.
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A heavy ball, esp. of iron, formerly used as a projectile in cannons
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A large clasp knife.
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A forward dive performed with the legs straight together, the back arched, and the arms stretched out from the sides and then brought together over the head as the diver enters the water.
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(Masonry) A brick or building stone laid across the thickness of a wall so that a short end is exposed in the face of the wall
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(Diving) A style of diving into a body of water in which the surface impact is made mostly by one's abdomen.
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Belly flop
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A legal obstacle or barrier that prevents or destroys a legal action or claim, especially one that prevents the relitigation of an issue or the formation of a valid contract. See also double jeopardy, estoppel, merger, plea, and res judicata. A legal obstacle or barrier that prevents or destroys a legal action or claim, especially one that prevents the relitigation of an issue or the formation of a valid contract. See also double jeopardy, estoppel, merger, plea, and res judicata. To prevent, prohibit, or act as a bar to. In bar. As a bar to an action. For example, if a defendant in a criminal action was acquitted earlier of the same charges that he is now accused, he may plead double jeopardy in bar. At bar. Now before the court. For example, an action that is before the court may be referred to as the case at bar. The legal profession in general. A group of attorneys admitted to practice law in a particular jurisdiction or before a particular court or who practice in a common field or area of expertise in the law. The railing in a courtroom that separates the area used by the judge, lawyers, and court personnel to conduct judicial business from the seating provided for observers. See also bench.
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(Nautical) The officers' dining and social room on a cargo ship.
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In the U.S., a tavern in traditional English or Irish decor or style
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*An establishment offering accommodation
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The floor show presented by such a restaurant or nightclub.
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In France, the mansion of a person of wealth or rank
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An establishment that provides lodging for motorists in rooms usually having direct access to an open parking area.
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*An establishment offering accommodation
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A place where liquors, beer, etc. are sold to be drunk on the premises; saloon; bar
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An establishment or building providing lodging and, usually, food and drink for travelers; hotel or motel, esp. one in the country or along a highway
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Something resembling a club.
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A card game for two to four players in which cards on the table are matched by cards in the hand.
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(US) A building where visitors pay to play billiards (pool).
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*An establishment offering accommodation
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A building which contains lanes for bowling.
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A place of entertainment open at night for eating, drinking, dancing, etc., and usually having a floor show
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A small restaurant with a counter along one side and booths on the other
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A place where coffee and other refreshments are served and people gather for conversation, entertainment, etc.
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A building or part of a building with facilities for dancing.
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*An establishment offering accommodation
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A way in which two or more things are joined:
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A rubbish pile
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*An establishment offering accommodation
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A cheap rundown hotel or boarding house.
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(Slang) A bed or sleeping bag.
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A small, dingy, squalid place; any dirty, badly lighted room, house, etc.
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A place where one frequently spends one's spare time.
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To leap upon; spring aboard
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To jump or leap, especially with the use of the hands or a pole.
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To fall off or decline precipitously
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To appear to move downward, as the sun or moon in setting.
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To submerge the head or body briefly in water.
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To test or sound with a plumb
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To cover with water; inundate.
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(Intransitive) To go away; to become lost.
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To pass out of sight, especially quickly; disappear.
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To perform a nosedive.
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To rise up partially out of the water when swimming underwater
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To cause (someone) to lunge.
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To declare; swear. Used in the phrase I swan as an interjection.
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To interrupt someone, or a situation, by doing or saying something abruptly, or forcefully, and usually without thinking about the consequences.
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(Sports) To fall or roll into a basket or hole. Used of a ball.
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To slide without turning, as a wheel when skids or brakes are applied on a slippery surface
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To sink or settle, as into mud or slush.
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To cause to fall or collapse; bring down:
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A splinter, thin roll of paper, etc., set on fire and used to light a pipe, candle, etc.
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A downward slope; a declivity:
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A downward course; a decline:
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A downward trend, esp. a financial one
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A downward trend, as in business activity
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A steep or abrupt downward slope.
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A smooth, usually inclined surface or track for sliding:
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(Slang, former) A cheap, disreputable, noisy cabaret or nightclub
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a headlong plunge into water
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a cheap disreputable nightclub or dance hall
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To drop or throw heavily (onto or into something) so that it makes a sound
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Find another word for dive. In this page you can discover 92 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for dive, like: plunge, leap, spring, nosedive, downswing, headlong leap, headlong jump, pitch, ducking, swoop and dip.