Fold synonyms

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(Idiomatic) To go out of business.
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A flat double fold in cloth or other material, of uniform width and pressed or stitched in place
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(Idiomatic, intransitive) To bend over at the waist.
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The definition of a lap is one full circuit in a race, or the front part of a person from the waist to the knees when sitting or fabric meant to cover this part, or a hollow area that provides shelter.
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A braid, especially of hair.
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The part of a garment, such as a coat or jacket, that is an extension of the collar and folds back against the breast.
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An overlapping
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Folded material
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Folded material
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Folded material
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Any trimming made by this method
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Shirred, decorative stitching used in gathering cloth, as to make it hang in even folds
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Plural form of gather
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Plural form of gathering
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Folded material
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(Cricket) Any of the lines that mark off the station of the batsman or of the bowler
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A momentary shock or scare:
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The line at which material is folded
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Something made by or as if by crimping, as:
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A different or unexpected development, action, or idea:
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Used other than as an idiom: the edge of a knife.
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The state of being corrugated.
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An enclosure made of bars, normally to hold animals.
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The definition of a corral is a pen for holding animals or a circle of wagons to made for safety.
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(UK, informal) Any of very many shops belonging to the Co-operative Group and its predecessors
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To wrap up is to complete or finish something, like a project.
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(Idiomatic) To redecorate a room etc.
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(Games) To announce a double in bridge.
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To twist (the hair, for example) into ringlets or coils.
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To form wrinkles or ripples.
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To collapse:
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To split into laminae
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To put a ruffle on (a garment, for example).
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The definition of corrugate is to shape something into parallel grooves.
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To pinch or wrinkle; to squeeze inwardly, to dimple or fold.
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Gather is defined as to bring or come together in one place.
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To come into contact with such force that the colliding parts become compressed
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To place or lay in folds
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*To fail
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To grapple; to engage in close combat.
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To cause something to collapse.
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To open and spread out (something folded); extend.
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To put in order; to sort; to tidy up.
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To open up or out; unfold:
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Something, as a fence or wall, that encloses
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To clasp, fold, or coil about something:
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To prove insufficient in quantity or duration; give out:
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(May take two objects) To estimate or predict (a duration or probability) for (something).
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Bent into regular curved folds or grooves.
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A committee, as of cardinals, in charge of some department of church affairs
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One of the convex folds of the surface of the brain.
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A cottage or hut.
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An embrace is defined as a hug.
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Plural form of gyrus
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Polish plait, plica polonica, or plica neuropatica; a disease of the hair in which it becomes twisted and matted together.
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Volution is a spiral turn, or a rolling or revolving motion.
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(Nautical) To fasten:
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Buckle means to fasten or attach two sides together with a clasp, or to bend under pressure or heat.
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To grip firmly in or with the hand; grasp.
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To become compressed into a shape reminiscent of a concertina
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To cover, hang, or decorate with or as with cloth or clothes in loose folds
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(Archaic) To clasp to or hold in the bosom.
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To surround:
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(Nonstandard) Alternative spelling of envelop.
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To hang down as a flap
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To stuff or decorate with flock
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To be affected with pleasurable excitement.
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In the Periodic Table, a vertical column that contains elements having the same number of electrons in the outermost shell of their atoms. Elements in the same group have similar chemical properties.
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To clasp with the arms; embrace.
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(Intransitive) To become twined together.
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To cut (hair) into different, usually overlapping lengths.
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To move in a loop or an arc.
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Pen is defined as to write something using pen and ink.
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(Chiefly biology) To fold or pleat (usually used in passive).
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To keep busy or work (at something or with a tool, etc.)
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To wind (thread or yarn) onto a quill.
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To become replicated; undergo replication:
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A long narrow chain of hills or mountains.
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To wrinkle or form wrinkles.
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To enclose or confine on all sides so as to bar escape or outside communication:
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(--- Sports) To bring (a body part) into a tuck position.
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To leave or return, as from a military position.
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To give forth by a natural process, especially by cultivation:
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The state of being flat
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(Often figuratively) The process by which something unfolds or becomes revealed.
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Common misspelling of lose.
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To make less taut, less compact, etc.
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Free means to release or let go.
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To deprive of shelter or protection; lay open to danger or harm:
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To have or enjoy success; realize a goal or goals, esp. in becoming wealthy, winning fame or approval, etc.
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The definition of achieve means to accomplish a goal or to do something you set out to do.
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To knock down or lay low.
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To let be or do without interference.
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To relax in exertion, attention, severity, or the like; hence, to indulge in mirth or amusement.
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(UK, dialect, obsolete) To cower or huddle together; to squat; to sit, as a hen on eggs.
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To force one's way out of; escape from:
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To break or tame (a horse).
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(Informal) To get into (a party, theater, etc.) without an invitation, ticket, etc.
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To enter a state of hypnosis
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To incline the body or head or bend the knee in greeting, consent, courtesy, acknowledgment, submission, or veneration.
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To agree terms of surrender; to end all resistance, to give up; to go along with or comply.
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Or (intransitive) To enter or put forward for approval, consideration, marking etc.
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(Intransitive) To yield to an overpowering force or overwhelming desire.
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(Law) To effectuate a surrender of.
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(Chemistry) To break into simpler molecules, often by means of heat or a catalyst.
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(Intransitive) To fracture or break apart suddenly.
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(Idiomatic) To cause to laugh heartily
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(Medicine) A surgical procedure in which a body part is strengthened or shortened by pulling together folds of excess material, and suturing them into place. [from 20th c.]
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An irregular or untidy crease.
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To give an order or orders; request that something be done or supplied.
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To free from interruptions, difficulties, etc.; make easy
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To undergo sudden financial failure
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Resist is defined as to fend off, oppose or work against.
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A violent blowing apart or bursting caused by energy released from a very fast chemical reaction, a nuclear reaction, or the escape of gases under pressure.
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(Slang) Paper money, as opposed to coins.
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An enclosure for keeping sheep.
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(Archaic) A small building for sheltering sheep.
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The practicing members of a religion or followers of a cause.
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(Anatomy) A curve or bend in a tubular organ.
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(Nautical) To belay or make fast a line on a cleat or pin.
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confine in a fold, like sheep
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To move people closer together.
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(Idiomatic) To turn off or stop.
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(Intransitive) To stop trading as a business.
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Find another word for fold. In this page you can discover 132 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for fold, like: fold-up, pleat, double-over, lap, plait, lapel, overlap, folded portion, part turned over, part turned back and shirring.