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Or

Pronunciation of Or
/ˈɔː/, /ˈɔː/, /ˈɔː/

Antonyms for or:

compliment, childish, broad.

Synonyms for or:

Oregon

oregon.

Sense 1

hospital, lest.

Sense 2

although, assuming, causal, conjunction, coordinating conjunction, correlative, instead, oppositely, rather, Albeit, And, Andor, instead of.

or

beaver state, operating room, operating theater, operating theatre, oregon, surgery.

Other synonyms and related words:

about, act, action, advantaged, advantageous, agency, alas, also, alternative, alternatively, anticipate, apiece, appropriate, approximately, artlessness, as an alternative, aureate, auspicious, bear, before, besides, bind, business, but, callowness, candour, certain, comfortable, confine, consign, contain, conversely, credulity, credulousness, curb, deliver, develop, devolve, disjunction, easy, effect, either, else, employment, encouraging, exclamatory, execution, fabricate, fairly, favorable, favourable, flamboyant, flourishing, fortunate, frankness, function, functioning, furthermore, generate, gilded, give back, golden, govern, gullibility, had better, hold, hospital, if not, in other words, in turn, inexperience, ingenuousness, innocence, instead, job, lest, likewise, luxurious, management, manipulation, maybe, meretricious, mission, moreover, movement, naivety, naturalness, neither, nevertheless, not, oh, on the contrary, on the other hand, openness, operating, operation, operations research, oppositely, or else, otherwise, passably, performance, perhaps, possibly, practically, preferentially, prevent, probably, proceed, provide, quite, rather, reimburse, repay, repress, requite, respectively, restrain, restrict, return, revolve, rosy, roughly, severally, showy, simplicity, sincerity, specious, subdue, substitute, suffer, suppress, sustain, task, that is, thriving, too, trust, uncertainty, unpretentiousness, yet, And, Ere, If, Whether, surgical operation, surgical procedure, surgical process, together with, instead of, guilelessness, regardless of, in reverse, in former times, as a substitute, as a choice, contrary to, in preference to, or but, or not, or only, or not exactly, or rather, reversing it.

OR (noun)

beaver state, operating room, operating theater, operating theatre, oregon, surgery.

Oregon (noun)

oregon.

Sense 1 (noun)

ak, al, ala, alas, ar, ark, az, ca, either, neither, Nor, BC, ARIZ.

Sense 2 (noun)

although, assuming, causal, conjunction, coordinating conjunction, correlative, instead, oppositely, rather, Albeit, And, Andor, instead of.

Sense 3 (noun)

about, approximately, practically, roughly.

allusion (noun)

allusion.

alternate (noun)

alternate.

beaver state (noun)

beaver state.

emend (noun)

emend.

operating room (noun)

operating room, operating table, operating theater, ORS, operating tables, operating theaters, operating-room.

operating theater (noun)

operating theater.

operating theatre (noun)

operating theatre.

or (noun)

beaver state, operating room, operating theater, operating theatre, oregon, surgery.

room for surgery (noun)

operating room.

surgery (noun)

surgery.

Usage examples for or:

  • Not even to tell her where we are going, or what we want her for! - "Five Little Peppers at School", Margaret Sidney.
  • Shall I or not? - "The Guests Of Hercules", C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson.
  • I know what is right and I'll do it or die. - "Jimmie Moore of Bucktown", Melvin Earnest Trotter.
  • There I left him, or it. - "The Best Short Stories of 1921 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story", Various.
  • " I don't think you understand- - or that you know me," she said. - "Washington Square", Henry James.

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