Pronunciation of Compound
/k_ˈɒ_m_p_aʊ_n_d/, /kˈɒmpa͡ʊnd/, /kˈɒmpaʊnd/
Antonyms for compound:
depreciate, calm, point, acerate, cordiform, item, under-lying, lessen, clear, portion, child play, clarify, write off, unraveled, element, uncompounded, be ginning, be-ginning, most uncomplex, more abecedarian, reduce, ingredient, devaluate, un-complex, cut, preliminary, most substratal, most beginning, explain, disconnect, foundational, uncomplicate, attenuate, more foundational, primo, sub-stratal, member, more substratal, uncombined, devalue, meat potatoes, elementary, help, un complicated, better, quota, segment, decrease, more abcs, more beginning, kidney-shaped, uniform, component, under lying, clear up, sub stratal, simple, subtract, allowance, hastate, un-complicated, unmix, weaken, take, more uncomplex, obvious, childs play, most abcs, section, most primo, more simplex, constituent, divide, factor, abate, proportion, building block, partition, un complex, most foundational, improve, separation, plain, substratal, separate, end, most simplex, soothe, most fundamental, homogeneous, disjoin, direct, most abecedarian, enlighten, uncomplex, make easy, piece, more primo, initial, depress, orbiculate, division, deduct, allotment, unmixed, needled, simplex.
Usage examples for compound:
- Mammy took Mary around the house and the yard, which they called a compound. - "White Queen of the Cannibals: The Story of Mary Slessor", A. J. Bueltmann.
- Compound stress and thorough stress admit of but little variation. - "The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886", Ministry of Education.
- The chetai crushed softly under her feet, and she went on slowly to the end where it opened to the compound. - "Six Women", Victoria Cross.
Idioms for compound:
- compound sth with sth;
Quotes for compound:
Rhymes for compound:
- found, sound, mound, drowned, downed, resound, surround, round, unsound, frowned, pound, newfound, unbound, gowned, ground, wound, hound, profound, browned, propound, unwound, crowned, redound, renowned, rebound, inbound, bound;
- abound, around, aground, confound, expound, astound, impound;