Part of speech:
To fasten with a band.
(Intransitive) To touch at a border (with on or upon).
To cover with a skirt; to surround.
To surround; encircle
Surround is defined as to enclose or circle around.
To reecho or resound
To resound with an echo; reverberate
To echo or be filled with sound; reverberate
To ring slowly and solemnly, especially for a funeral; toll.
To sound in a peal; resound; ring
To phone is short for to telephone, meaning to call someone using a telephone.
To converse or communicate by telephone
To sound in harmony, as bells
To produce a sound; resonate:
To have the catchy sound of a simple, repetitious rhyme or doggerel.
To sound or ring slowly in regularly repeated strokes
To order, as by a summons, to appear in court
To put under the control of a group acting as a unit.
(Med.) To examine with a sound, or probe
To put around or along a rim
To fill with many people; throng
To belong to or form a group:
To remove a band of bark and cambium from the circumference of (a tree), usually in order to kill it.
To form a circle around; surround:
Collar means to put something around the neck, or to take hold of.
To equip, support, or attach with a belt:
(Music) To perform on an instrument:
To drive (the fist) into or through something.
(Sports) To hit (a ball) so that it moves in the direction away from the dominant hand of the player propelling it, as to the left of a right-handed player.
To remove the scenery of (a play)
To emit sound when struck:
To move noisily or strike sharply (against something)
To strike the palms of the hands together with a sudden explosive sound, as in applauding.
To surround, encircle, or enclose
(Intransitive) To move in a loop.
To enclose; envelop:
To call (a person, telephone number, etc.) on a telephone by using a dial, keypad, etc.
To surround and shut in; enclose:
To hem in, hinder, or restrict with or as if with a hedge.
To surround; encircle:
To hem in; surround:
A hoop earring.
A ringlike figure, part, structure, or marking, such as a growth ring on the scale of a fish.
A ring or disk resembling the halo of a sacred figure:
A pack of wolves or wild dogs.
A loud, resonant, metallic sound.
Stringed instruments or their players considered as a group.
(Archaic) A period of lively, exciting social life or revelry
A group of people who have united for unlawful practices; a conspiracy.
A trustee or group of trustees
A collection of equipment and group of trained personnel, utilized and shared by a group
A company, group, or individual having exclusive control over a commercial activity.
A small exclusive group of friends or associates.
A group of soldiers selected for a duty or mission:
An association of persons, corporations, etc. for commercial or political, sometimes unethical, purposes
A conspiratorial group of plotters or intriguers:
(Astronomy) A faintly colored luminous ring or halo appearing to surround a celestial body when viewed through a haze or thin cloud, especially such a ring around the moon or sun, caused by scattering or diffraction of light from suspended particulate matter in the intervening medium.
The definition of a square is a shape with four sides of equal length.
(Rare) A sphere of action. --William Wordsworth
A potter's wheel.
A circular motion, or a circle described by a moving body; a turn or revolution; a circuit.
A disk used on a disk harrow.
The definition of a circuit is a closed path or a line forming a boundary.
To remove obstructions or entanglements from; clear:
To remove the cover, cork, or lid from:
To trim the edge of
Sound or a sound of any kind:
(Video games) A hat switch.
The definition of geometry is a branch of math that focuses on the measurement and relationship of lines, angles, surfaces, solids and points.
Find another word for rings. In this page you can discover 82 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for rings, like: bands, borders, skirts, environs, surrounds, reverberates, echoes, resounds, knells, peals and phones.