South synonyms

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An agricultural region of the southeast United States, concentrated particularly in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi, where cotton became the predominant crop in the 1800s.
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The southern and southwest United States.
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Those regions of the U.S., particularly areas in the South, where fundamentalist beliefs prevail and Christian clergy are especially influential
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(Military) A large iron pot, used in the army.
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(US, informal) The southwestern corner of Utah; Dixie.
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A region in the south of a country or an area.
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(Chiefly US) from or pertaining to the South, the south-eastern states of the United States, or to the inhabitants or culture of that region.
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Situated or directed towards the south; moving or facing towards the south.
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Situated to the south
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Situated to the south
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Situated to the south
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Furthest to the south; most southern.
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Farthest south.
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Situated to the south
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Coming from the south.
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From or similar to a hot humid climate, e.g. tropical fruit, tropical weather.
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Of any equator
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Situated to the south
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Moving south
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Which is (will be) travelling south.
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Moving south
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Moving south
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Coming from the south
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Plural form of Tropic
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The southern end of the Earth's axis of rotation, located at 90° south latitude at a point in Antarctica.
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The hemisphere of the Earth (any celestial body) to the south of its equator.
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The definition of a confederacy is a union between people, states, nations or other groups for a common purpose.
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A country of central and northwest North America with coastlines on the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. It includes the noncontiguous states of Alaska and Hawaii and various island territories in the Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean. The area now occupied by the contiguous 48 states was originally inhabited by numerous Native American peoples and was colonized beginning in the 1500s by Spain, France, the Netherlands, and England. Great Britain eventually controlled most of the Atlantic coast and, after the French and Indian Wars (1754–1763), the Northwest Territory and Canada. The original Thirteen Colonies declared their independence from Great Britain in 1776 and formed a government under the Articles of Confederation in 1781, adopting (1787) a new constitution that went into effect after 1789. The nation soon began to expand westward. Growing tensions over the issue of black slavery divided the country along geographic lines, sparking the secession of the South and the Civil War (1861–1865). The remainder of the 1800s was marked by increased westward expansion, industrialization, and the influx of millions of immigrants. The United States entered World War II after the Japanese attack (1941) on Pearl Harbor and emerged after the war as a world power. Washington, DC, is the capital and New York the largest city.
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Designating the northern part of a continent, country, etc.
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the southern states that seceded from the United States in 1861
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A republic formed in February, 1861, and composed of the 11 Southern states that seceded from the United States in order to preserve slavery and states' rights. It was dissolved in 1865 after being defeated in the American Civil War.
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the cardinal compass point that is at 180 degrees
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Find another word for south. In this page you can discover 55 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for south, like: the Sunny South, the Old South, Pre-Civil War South, Southern United States, the New South, the Deep South, cotton belt, tobacco states, sunbelt, bible-belt and down-south.