Pronunciation of Dash
/d_ˈa_ʃ/, /dˈaʃ/, /dˈaʃ/
Antonyms for dash:
slowness, explain, indolence, permit, stay, incompetence, lethargy, enlighten, infirmity, lollygag, assist, aid, impotence, feebleness, enfeeblement, delicacy, softness, faintness, retreat, lose, enervation, apathy, torpidity, mend, linger, oodles, inactivity, loiter, help, grow, make happy, lot, walk, listlessness, diddle, frumpiness, relieve, dally, glob, scads, inability, REAMS, debility, sluggishness, frailty, crawl, clear up, allow, impotency, information, slow, frailness, fix, drab, weakness, dawdle, idleness, dillydally, inspirit, mope, laziness, dullness, encourage, tenderness, disablement, lump, slightness, inanition, powerlessness, wait, debilitation, puniness, abet.
Usage examples for dash:
- The trouble was, she could not be sure of low water being early enough to let them dash across and back before dusk again. - "Major Vigoureux", A. T. Quiller-Couch.
- Any doubt in my mind as to whose they were was soon resolved when Julius reached the steps and, putting the umbrella down, got a good dash of the rain as he stepped up on the porch. - "The Conjure Woman", Charles W. Chesnutt.
- I say, it seems a bit thick to dash off this way and leave the rest of them; but still, I suppose.... - "Triplanetary", Edward Elmer Smith.