Strip synonyms and antonyms
Category: Part of speech:
A continuous narrow, flexible strip of cloth, metal, paper, or plastic, such as adhesive tape, magnetic tape, or ticker tape.
A small piece of paper, esp. one prepared for a specific use
In general, a fragment; a piece; a particle; a very small amount. To remove foliage from (one or more plants), most often with a chemical agent.
Skin is defined as to remove the outer surface of something.
1898, J. Meade Falkner, Moonfleet Chapter 5 To strike something with great power. To divest of all covering; to make bare or naked; to strip; to divest; as, to denude one of clothing, or lands.
To remove the clothing or covering from.
(Chemistry) To replace (an atom, radical, ion, or molecule) in a compound during a reaction.
To remove is to take something away, eliminate something or take something off.
To lose or shed skin, bark, or other covering.
To put an end to in a gradual systematic way:
A band is defined as a group of people working together, particularly in the field of music or a band is something that ties together or restricts movement.
A single item belonging to a class of similar items: as, for example, a piece of machinery, a piece of software.
To remove the clothing of; disrobe.
A narrow strip of wood used to fasten down the edges of the material that covers hatches in foul weather.
The definition of a cleat is a shoe with metal, rubber or other material projecting from the sole that helps you to get a better grip, or the metal, rubber or other pieces that project from the bottom of the shoe.
The separation of ripened leaves from a branch or stem; the falling or shedding of the leaves.
(Geology) The laying bare of rocks by the washing away of the overlying earth, etc.; or the excavation and removal of them by the action of running water.
desquamation (Medicine) The shedding of the outer layers of the skin. For example, once the rash of measles fades, there is desquamation.
A narrow strip of ribbon or similar material, often worn as a headband.
Out of the way; completely away:
To remove the bark, husk, or outer layer from; peel.
To pluck the feathers from.
Deprive is defined as to withhold or take something away from.
To deprive of something valuable, especially by force; rob:
To fall off in scales; peel off To ruin many or all things over a large area, such as most or all buildings of a city, or cities of a region, or trees of a forest.
To deprive of the possession of something, esp. land, a house, etc.; oust
To strip, scratch, or rub off the skin of; flay, abrade, chafe, etc.
To cover with a fleece or similar covering.
Pillage is defined as to take something by force.
To remove or detach by grasping and pulling abruptly with the fingers; pick: To pillage, take or destroy all the goods of, by force (as in war); to raid, sack.
To ravage is to destroy something or cause severe destruction.
To increase the number of electrons of (an atom, element, or ion)
To cause to be seen; show: (Figuratively, used with "of") To deprive (of).
To sack is a slang term that is defined as to fire someone from their job. To change the size of something whilst maintaining proportion; especially to change a process in order to produce much larger amounts of the final product.
To divide or become divided into segments.
To cast off or lose (a natural growth or covering, as leaves, skin, hair, etc.)
To provide or make with slats:
To mark with a stripe or stripes
To remove the hat, cap, etc. from (the head), as a conventional gesture of respect
A thing complete in itself, or a complete organization of integrated parts; a unity, entirety, or system
(Military, intransitive) To arrange in exact continuity of line, as soldiers; commonly to adjust to a straight line and at proper distance; to align. Sometimes an imperative command. To record or perform a cover of
(Figuratively) To cover or invest, as if with a garment. To steal, especially as part of war, riot or other group violence. (Obsolete, intransitive or reflexive) To make haste; to hasten or hurry. [14th-16th c.]
Harrow is defined as to draw a tool over soil to break up dirt or weeds, or to bother, harass or stress.
To overindulge so as to cause to demand or expect too much
To remove all the clothing from
(Slang) To make an appearance; show up:
To offer in good faith; pledge:
To rob of goods by force, especially in time of war
A performance, as in a burlesque act, in which a person slowly removes clothing, usually to musical accompaniment.
a form of erotic entertainment in which a dancer gradually undresses to music
A hard-surfaced area, as at an airhead, adapted for use as a temporary airplane runway
An emergency runway; airstrip
(Idiomatic) A cultivated pubic hair pattern in which much of the pubic hair is removed, leaving only a central vertical line or rectangle.
A sequence of several related cartoon drawings typically arranged in a horizontal strip
a sequence of drawings telling a story in a newspaper or comic book
To remove soluble or other constituents from by the action of a percolating liquid:
In a clean or nonpolluting manner:
To deprive (one) of something; bereave.
To make a foray ( into enemy territory, an unfamiliar situation, etc.) Synonym Study
implies the act of stripping a house, ship, etc. of all of its furniture or equipment a dismantled factory
simply implies an uncovering or laying open to view to bare one's head in reverence
implies the taking away of something with which one has been clothed or invested an official divested of authority
implies that the thing stripped is left exposed or naked land denuded of vegetation
implies the pulling or tearing off of clothing, outer covering, etc. and often connotes forcible or even violent action and total deprivation to strip paper off a wall, stripped of sham
Find another word for
strip. In this page you can discover 115 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for strip, like: tape, slip, shred, divest, defoliate, skin, bare, layer, rifle, denude and disrobe.