Earth synonyms

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The personification of Earth and its biosphere; Mother Nature. Based upon either goddesses of the earth and nature, Gaia, Rhea &/or Demeter.
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(Greek mythology) The earth, daughter of Chaos, both mother and wife of Uranus (the sky) and Pontus (the sea). Her Roman counterpart is Terra.
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The world
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(--- Obs.) The earth
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(Astronomy) A body which orbits the Sun directly and is massive enough to be in hydrostatic equilibrium (effectively meaning a spheroid) and to dominate its orbit; specifically, the eight major bodies of Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. (Pluto was considered a planet until 2006 and has now been reclassified as a dwarf planet.) [from 17th c.]
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A spherical model of Earth or any planet.
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All space-time, matter, and energy, including the solar system, all stars and galaxies, and the contents of intergalactic space, regarded as a whole.
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The definition of cosmos is the universe thought as a peaceful and calm system, or any peaceful and calm system.
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A star, planet, etc.
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The world is the planet and all the people on it, or describes the things that are important to a person.
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(Mining) The gravel, soil, etc. from which gold is separated by washing or panning
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The world
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(Medicine) The sandlike granular material of urinary calculi.
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Of or affecting the entire world; global:
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Pertaining to the earth; earthly, terrestrial, worldly as opposed to heavenly.
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Any of various other saprophytic or parasitic organisms that resemble fungi, such as slime molds or water molds.
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A buff to gray windblown deposit of fine-grained, calcareous silt or clay.
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Relating to a model of the solar system or universe having the Earth as the center.
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Worldly-wise; sophisticated
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An area of land; ground:
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The definition of global is relating to the whole world, entirely or comprehensive.
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(Chiefly poetic) A valley.
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A role or purpose; a station.
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The world
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(Popularly) Any rich, dark soil
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Any loose, earthy, crumbly deposit
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(Historical) In medieval Europe, an area of land, belonging to a parish, whose revenues contributed towards the parish expenses.
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Common to or representative of all or many parts of the world; not national or local
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Of this world (as opposed to heaven etc.); earthly, terrestrial.
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Secular or lay; civil:
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Of, relating to, or inhabiting the land of the Earth or its inhabitants.
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Earth, especially when regarded as the substance of the grave:
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The third planet from the Sun and the densest planet in the solar system. Earth is a terrestrial or inner planet consisting of a thin outer crust, an intermediate mantle, and a dense inner core. It has an atmosphere composed primarily of nitrogen and oxygen and is the only planet on which water in liquid form exists, covering more than 70 percent of its surface. It is also the only planet on which life is known to have evolved, occupying the relatively thin region of water, land, and air known as the biosphere. Earth has a single, relatively large natural satellite, the Moon.
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The universe and everything in it; all the world
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(Chemistry) Containing tellurium in a lower valency than in tellurous compounds.
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Sensual appetites:
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Human means someone or something that is related to or associated with people or humanity.
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The earthly crust
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The biosphere is defined as the area of the planet where organisms live, including the ground and the air.
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A hardening or nonhardening material having a consistency similar to clay and used for modeling.
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A tract or area of sand; beach, etc.
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In point lace, the net of small meshes upon which the embroidered pattern is applied.
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Land, as opposed to water or air.
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The definition of land is the part of the surface of the Earth that is solid ground and not water.
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Land; as opposed to sea.
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(Slang) Wet plaster, mortar, or cement.
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Moist manure
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The upper part of the soil.
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(Brit., Dial.) A peat bog
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Anything that fills or is used to fill; esp., earth, gravel, etc. used for filling a hole or depression
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Compost is defined as a mixture of something, usually vegetable or other organic waste.
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The earthly crust
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The area or extent of such a face
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The layer or bed of earth beneath the topsoil.
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Shore is the land closest to a body of water.
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The definition of coast means land along the ocean.
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A region along the shore
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A coating or crust left on a surface, as by evaporation or electrolysis.
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Made of earth or clay:
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Worldly:
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Of or characterised by or consisting of facts.
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Derived from the land, especially by erosive action. Used primarily of shallow marine sediments.
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The world
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One that lays:
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A particular kind of earth or ground:
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A vast highland region on a planet.
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(--- Chiefly Brit.) A piece of this layer
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The celestial body where humans live.
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the concerns of this life as distinguished from heaven and the afterlife
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the concerns of this life as distinguished from heaven and the afterlife
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Elements: The Earth is made up of iron, oxygen, silicon, magnesium, sulfur, calcium, aluminum and other trace elements.
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the solid part of the earth's surface
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A large group of natural organic compounds, found in the soil, formed from the chemical and biological decomposition of plant and animal residues and from the synthetic activity of microorganisms
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Sand, clay, silt, etc. gradually deposited by moving water, as along a riverbed or the shore of a lake
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A person, usually male, with duties or skills associated with a specified thing. (Used as the last element of a compound.)
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The human race; mankind, humanity; Homo sapiens.
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These arts, beliefs, and other products considered with respect to a particular subject or mode of expression:
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All human males; the male sex
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The modern species of humans. Archaic forms of Homo sapiens probably evolved around 300,000 years ago or earlier in Africa, and anatomically modern fossils are known from about 100,000 years ago. All humans now living belong to the subspecies Homo sapiens sapiens . The closest living relative of Homo sapiens is the chimpanzee.
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The languages and literatures of ancient Greece and Rome; the classics.
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Synonym Study

  • World is equivalent to earth , esp. as relates to human activities, but is sometimes a generalized synonym for universe
  • Universe refers to the whole system of planets, stars, space, etc. and to everything that exists in it
  • Earth is applied to the globe or planet we live on, but in religious use is opposed to heaven or hell
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