Try synonyms and antonyms

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To try; to work towards a goal.
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Attempt is defined as to make an effort to do something.
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To fasten by means of tackle
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To examine by trial or experiment; put to a test:
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To endeavor
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To question formally, as to elicit facts or information; interrogate:
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A venture or an initial attempt, especially outside one's usual area:
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A test or procedure carried out under controlled conditions to determine the validity of a hypothesis or make a discovery.
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(Music) To perform an interpretation of (a musical piece, for example).
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(Intransitive) To undergo a test before being selected; to audition.
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(Now rare) An attempt.
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To try to achieve a result; to make strenuous effort; to try earnestly and persistently.
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To move or place (something) with an effort:
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(Rare) To place before; submit
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Test is defined as to participate in or administer an exam or evaluation.
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Torture is defined as to cause another extreme pain.
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To try out (a new player) in a sports team.
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To cause to have emotional or mental problems that interfere with social functioning:
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To aim or focus:
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To undertake is defined as to manage funerals and burials.
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To disturb the functioning, order, or course of:
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Venture is defined as to go on some sort of journey or to take a risk in something.
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Vex is defined as to bring trouble or distress to or to annoy.
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To strive for victory or superiority; contend.
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(Slang) To kill deliberately; murder.
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To refrain from voting:
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To give great pleasure or joy:
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To be agreeable; give pleasure; satisfy
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A conscientious or concerted effort toward an end; an earnest attempt.
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To try; endeavor:
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Check means to test, examine, compare or inspect something to see if it is as it should be.
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The definition of crack is a sudden, sharp breaking sound or a break in something.
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The work involved in performing an activity; exertion.
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(Informal) A try; attempt; endeavor
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A thrust, as with a knife or dagger
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A brief time of unrestrained pleasures or dissipation
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A stroke in a game, as in golf or billiards:
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To inquire into or study in order to ascertain facts or information.
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An attempt; an effort.
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UK standard spelling of endeavor.
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To digitize and record (small amounts of sound, music, etc.) for editing and using again in another context
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To injure or impair by overuse or overexertion; wrench:
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Judge is defined as to decide on or form an opinion about something.
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To hear and decide (a case); adjudge
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Used other than as an idiom: see lift,‎ finger.
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To contend is to believe something is a fact or to deal with a challenge.
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To manage or herd (horses or cattle).
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To use precise distinctions and subtlety in thought or speech.
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The act or habit of deliberate self-denial.
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(Idiomatic) To attempt or try.
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To listen to and consider
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To contest is to dispute or fight for something.
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To trouble, worry, or torment, as with cares, debts, repeated questions or demands, etc.
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(Physiol.) To excite (an organ, muscle, etc.) to a characteristic action or function by a stimulus
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To free (someone) from guilt or sin
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To show or project (a movie, for example) on a screen.
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To detect or distinguish the flavor of by the sense of taste
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(Intransitive) To rotate, revolve, spin or turn rapidly.
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Something that is taken; a haul.
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(Slang) To attempt; to undertake.
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To put stress, pressure, or strain on
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To cause to undergo great physical pain or mental anguish.
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To test by experiment, a standard, etc.; subject to a testing process; try out
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To endeavor
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To work hard; exert oneself to get or do something; strive
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To cause to work.
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To purpose, plan, or intend
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To be ambitious (to get or do something, esp. something grand); seek (after)
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To endeavor
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To engage in a course of reasoning often based on inconclusive evidence; conjecture or theorize.
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To begin working on energetically; undertake (a problem, task, etc.) vigorously
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Used other than as an idiom: see bear,‎ down.
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To pursue in attempt to catch another.
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(Idiomatic) To put forth the needed effort; to focus; become serious; apply oneself (e.g. to work or study).
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(Idiomatic) To attempt to make a success of it; especially, to attempt to make a living.
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(Idiomatic) To reserve nothing; to put forth all possible effort or resources.
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(Idiomatic) To search thoroughly (for something), looking in every conceivable place.
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(Idiomatic) To do whatever is necessary, including extreme or unusual actions; to go to extremes.
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(Idiomatic) To go ahead; to do as one pleases
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To endeavor
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Laugh very hard
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(Idiomatic) To try, test or attempt.
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To battle for a noble cause.
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To test
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To settle conclusively all contention or uncertainty about:
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To conduct a trial
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To conduct a trial
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To conduct a trial
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(Gram.) To resolve (a sentence) into its grammatical elements
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Demanding great effort or labor; difficult:
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The definition of exacting is making excessive demands, or requiring great patience and effort.
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Adhering strictly to a belief or ideology; uncompromising or inflexible:
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That tries one's patience; annoying; exasperating; irksome
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To regard, consider, or deem:
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To cause (someone) pain, suffering or distress.
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To be in agony or great pain; feel anguish
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The definition of aim means to point or direct or to try with a particular goal in mind.
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To disturb or irritate, especially by continued or repeated acts; to bother with unpleasant deeds.
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(Intransitive) To take part in such a performance.
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(Intransitive) To feel care or anxiety; to make or take trouble; to be troublesome.
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To be irritating, wearisome, or vexing to.
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To share some of the properties of something else:
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Something offered; presentation, proposal, suggestion, bid, etc.
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Risk is defined as to expose someone or something to a dangerous situation.
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Synonym Study

  • Struggle suggests a violent striving to overcome obstacles or to free oneself from an impediment I struggled to reach the top
  • Strive suggests great, earnest exertion to accomplish something strive to win
  • Essay connotes a tentative experimenting to test the feasibility of something difficult she will not essay the high jump
  • Endeavor suggests exertion and determined effort in the face of difficulties we shall endeavor to recover your loss
  • Attempt , somewhat more formal, suggests a setting out to accomplish something but often connotes failure he had attempted to take his life
  • Try is commonly the simple, direct word for putting forth effort to do something try to come, but specifically it connotes experimentation in testing or proving something I'll try your recipe
Find another word for try. In this page you can discover 157 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for try, like: make-an-effort, attempt, tackle, assay, have a try, examine, foray, experiment, render, try out and try to.