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Catch

Pronunciation of Catch
/k_ˈa_tʃ/, /kˈat͡ʃ/, /kˈat‍ʃ/

Antonyms for catch:

pour forth, scape, mistake, letted go, de tailed, decide up on, misunderstand, disallow, sidestep, dis-charged, projection, unhitch, dis-concert, pitchings, over-whelmed, dis-carding, un seating, launch, dis-patch, bungs, dis-charging, push forward, de-vising, Peppered, de signed, dis burdened, give forth, give up, misplace, letted fly, dis charging, leave, launching, dis carding, depart, moved quickly, gave forth, be wilders, de tail, thrustings, liberate, Careering, offer, be-stow, be-wildered, be wildering, be fuddled, dis card, diffuses, un seat, dis lodges, exclude, shed, de vise, be wilder, transfuse, let fall, shies, Bandying, de signs, dis tracts, over-turn, stoning, reject, dis concerted, Bunging, discourage, be fuddle, dis concerting, un seated, evade, speeded up, Shied, bung, de legate, convey, over whelms, re-plica, Dizzied, decided up on, un horsed, over whelmed, up setting, key, be fuddling, Pegged, shun, gave parts, blueprinted, dramatis personaes, flung off, advantage, dis burden, be-stowed, free, de livering, poured forth, blueprinting, overlook, un settle, disbelieve, precipitate, dis-tribute, Shying, dis concerts, be stow, catapulted, neglect, moving quickly, communicate, dis-tract, sped up, summating, lose, gives parts, get around, Volleying, de posited, over turns, summate, summated, un settled, dis-lodges, unfasten, dart, sets in motion, footed, dis-patched, un horsing, flings off, avoid, gives forth, dis-patches, let go, be-wilder, fore cast, over-whelms, over-whelming, be-fuddle, slingings, give, giving forth, de legates, dis charges, summates, flingings, de posit, veto, discharge, un-horsed, dis lodged, un settles, misinterpret, Summed, pelleting, set in motion, hurlings, be stowing, Bandied, dis-carded, dis-card, shirk, sent forth, elude, fling off, misconstrue, de-signing, be-fuddling, be-stowing, be immune, release, de-sign, dis tract, de vised, dis patch, dis-tracts, set afloat, dismiss, de-legates, throw away, shortcut, de positing, lets fly, dis tribute, decides upon, up-set, dis carded, dis patching, set motion, de tails, over whelm, de vising, dis-charges, loser, castings, dis patched, dis patches, letting fall, dis-cards, fore casting, dis-burden, up sets, dissuade, de-positing, dis concert, cast, lobbings, let off, de-signed, un-settling, re plica, speeds up, deciding up on, lemon, deny, heavings, deduction, de-livering, give parts, dis-patching, un-seat, up-sets, dis-charge, dis-lodged, de-tailing, dramatis personae, subtraction, up set, un settling, dis-concerting, slough, eschew, misperceive, bypass, pushing forward, over turn, de-vised, dis-burdens, un-horsing, fore-cast, pouring forth, be-stows, be-wildering, loosen, de-tailed, pours forth, be-fuddled, Misknow, refuse, de-livered, pepper, be-wilders, loose, stop, speeding up, loss, junked, de livered, de-posited, de sign, de-liver, dis-tributes, misread, de livers, un-horses, diffusing, misapprehend, de-vise, lapidating, Careered, barraging, over-turning, dis tributes, fore-casts, de-tail, dis-lodge, be fuddles, fore casts, un-settled, be-fuddles, pushes forward, be stows, de-livers, de liver, over turning, dis-lodging, be wildered, de-signs, receive, Summing, setting in motion, fall short of, Peppering, dis burdening, circumvent, de posits, move quickly, lets go, un-settle, fore-casting, dis-concerted, flinging off, de signing, over whelming, dis-concerts, fall behind, disentangle, dis charge, letting fly, sets afloat, over-whelm, letted fall, dis-burdening, dis-burdened, de tailing, letting go, diffused, dis cards, decide upon, set free, throw aside, lapidated, Bunged, benefit, peppers, decided upon, send forth, push, dis burdens, fail, decides up on, lapidate, dis charged, dis lodge, barraged, up-setting, un-seated, miss, deciding upon, speed up, catapulting, de-tails, de-posit, de-posits, restore, pushed forward, be stowed, lapidates, dizzies, dis lodging, giving parts, Volleyed, de-legate, sets motion, let fly, sending forth, throw, un-horse, un-seating.

Usage examples for catch:

  • How did you catch the horse? - "In the Musgrave Ranges", Jim Bushman.
  • You'd catch it if Uncle Stan heard you! - "A Crooked Mile", Oliver Onions.
  • To catch the gold. - "The Boy With the U.S. Miners", Francis Rolt-Wheeler.

Idioms for catch:

Quotes for catch:

Rhymes for catch:

  • latch, drach, hatch, gatch, brach, snatch, hach, lach, batch, lache, rach, scratch, patch, mache, match, kach, bache, thatch;
  • detach, rematch, mismatch, attach, dispatch;
  • overmatch, reattach;

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