Synonyms 48

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4. cover, covering, covering layer, scale, coat, coating; veneer, overlay, lamination, lamella, lamina; layer, cut, slice, rasher, shaving, curl; sheet, foil, petal, flake.
5. turn over a new leaf reform, begin anew, begin again, become a new man or woman, turn away from sinning, regenerate, convert, amend; Inf. go back to go, Inf. go back to square one, get a new start, be reborn, be born again; change, change completely, metamorphose, Inf. shape up, alter, modify, revamp, Inf. come around; rally, take a turn for the better, Inf turn the corner; improve, get better, advance, make progress, make up for lost time, mature, Inf come into one's own, Inf. finish with sowing one's wild oats.
-v. 6. bud, put out leaves, burst into leaves, foliate.
7. thumb, thumb through, turn, turn over,
Inf. flip over pages, peruse casually, riffle. leafage, n. foliage, foliature, greenery, verdure, Bot. vernation, leafery, leafy growth, frondescence, vegetation.
leaflet,
n. 1. handbill, bill, brochure, pamphlet, throwaway, flyer, folder; broadside, tract, booklet, advertisement, Inf. ad, circular.
2. small leaf, young leaf, leaf bud, seed leaf, needle, leafy,
adj. 1. leafed, leaved, Archaic. leavy; green, verdant, arborescent, arboreal, U.S. Inf. woodsy, U.S. Inf. woody, wooded; bosky, Brit, copsy, bucolic.
2. leaflike, foliaceous, laminate, in strips, in sheets, flaky, scaling, sliced.
league,
n. 1. covenant, compact, pact, mutual assistance pact, entente, accord; treaty, concordat, contract, formal agreement, settlement, arrangement, understanding, cordial understanding, agreement, gentleman's agreement.
2. alliance, confederation, confederacy, coalition, combination; union, trade union, labor union; bloc, Bund, association, society, guild, grange; fraternity, sorority, fellowship, clan; partnership, copartnership, affiliation, corporation, incorporation, conglomerate, trust, syndicate, cartel, consortium, combine, machine,
SI. plunderbund; pool, cooperative, co-op, group; council, junta, conclave, assembly, meeting, convention, diet; faction, party, splinter group, clique, ring, Inf. push, Inf. crew, Inf. gang, (in China) tong.
3. group of teams, group of athletic teams; class, category, level of ability, ability group, group of equals, group of peers, equals, coequals, matches, well-matched opponents.
4. in league with leagued,
Inf. in cahoots, allied, amalgamated, Inf. hooked up with, Inf. linked up with, Inf. in bed with; cooperating, coactive, collaborative; Inf. hand in glove with, Inf. shoulder to shoulder with, as one, as one man, Inf. of the same stripe. leak, n. 1. hole, opening, vent, scupper, drain, mouth, orifice, aperture, egress; puncture, perforation, cut, incision, split, gash, scotch, rent, slit, slot; gap, space, rift, break; fault, flaw, nick, notch; fissure, cleft, crevasse, crevice, cranny, chink, crack, groove.
2. leakage, leaking, seepage, seeping, oozing, outflowing, effusion, effluence,
Pathol, defluxion.
-v. 3. escape, exude, ooze, ooze out, drip, dribble, drain, seep; discharge, gush, disembogue, cast forth; emanate, issue forth,
emit, pom forth, send forth, send out, eject; void, teem, empty, stream, gush, spurt, flood.
4. divulge, disclose, reveal, make known, tell, impart, inform, relate, utter, declare, break the news: blurt out, give away,
Inf. let on; release, break, report, publish, communicate, broadcast, Archaic, divulgate; come out with, let slip, let the cat out of the bag, spill the beans, blow the lid off, Inf. let it all hang out, Sl. sing, Sl. spill one's guts; expose, uncover, unmask, unveil, bring out, Inf plant, bring out into the open, lay open, bring to light.

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