Over throw

Pronunciation of Over Throw
/ˌə͡ʊvə θɹˈə͡ʊ/, /ˌə‍ʊvə θɹˈə‍ʊ/, /ˌəʊ_v_ə θ_ɹ_ˈəʊ/

Antonyms for over throw

solution, begin, expectation, permit, happiness, employ, adequacy, trouble, let go, prosperity, achiever, activate, strengthen, engage, silence, laud, assist, praise, raise, yield, beginning, improvement, hire, failure, grow, establish, question, set up, opening, allow, confirmation, confirm, give in, start, credit, fasten, uncompress, compliment, continuation, enact, ascent, attest, fidelity, enough, upgrade, initiate, construct, give up, create, purify, rise, liberate, birth, earnings, favor, settle, enactment, mobilize, unite, save, combination, contentment, coagulate, reparation, good fortune, continue, develop, Aiding, agree, clear up, legalization, commence, quiet, ornament, attract, stagnation, go along, restore, submit, assemble, miracle, verify, introduction, protect, free, faithfulness, assistance, float, arrange, welcoming, mend, tip, capitulate, remain, ease, comfort, repair, endorse, hide, resolve, beautify, produce, straighten, heal, sufficiency, enchant, approve, support, enlighten, harmonize, inferiority, order, place, validate, join, disadvantage, stay, make peace, revive, peace, legalize, make happy, relinquish, go ahead, benefit, respect, merit, imbalance, succumb, fix, approval, prove, decorate, put together, obey, gather, promotion, aid, reserve, offer, improve, plant, sow, appear, build, underwhelm, gladden, loyalty, expand, clear, commencement, advance, keep, maintain, submission, good health, marry, give birth, calm, validation, restoration, schedule, fill, invigorate, rebuild, close, problem, elevation, adorn, energize, honor, inspirit, gain, attainment, enforce, refresh, concentrate, pass, triumph, victory, cure, boost, explain, correction, fail, employment, light, delight, organization, loss, uncover, weakness, perfection, accuracy, fortune, affirm, retention, satisfaction, concur, health, success, not impress, facilitate, institution, plenty, please, boon, retreat, subservience, harmony, collect, permission, institute, build up, bear, guard, enlargement, sanctify, growth, push, connection, open, help, morality, take in, concede, win, forfeit, stand, combine, integrate, sanction, balance, accomplishment, blessing, construction, betterment, good luck, hold, development, meet, Hiring, assuage, comply, pleasure, yielding, Doing, erect, wonder, soothe, retain, be loyal, building, calmness, preserve, enable, unification, advantage, explicate, establishment, leave alone, unmix, increase, promote, devotion, give, DO, emphasize, lose, ratify, strength, allowance, achievement, abet, encourage, welcome, creation, uphold, forward, release, surrender, solidify.

Synonyms for over throw

abolition (noun)

abolishment, abrogation, annihilation, annulment, cancellation, destruction, dissolution, elimination, ending, eradication, extirpation, invalidation, negation, nullification, obliteration, repudiation, rescission, revocation, subversion, suppression, termination, voiding, withdrawal, Overturning, Quashing, Rescinding, Rescindment, wiping out.

conquest (noun)

acquisition, annexation, appropriation, conquering, coup, discomfiture, grand slam, invasion, occupation, score, splash, subjection, subjugation, success, takeover, win, Defeating, Routing, Vanquishment, Subdual, killing, clean sweep, big win.

coup (noun)

accomplishment, action, deed, exploit, feat, plot, revolution, stratagem, stunt, tour de force, stroke, stroke of genius, coup d'état, coup de mâitre, successful stroke.

coup d'état (noun)

power play, putsch, rebellion, revolt, palace revolution.

debacle (noun)

beating, breakdown, collapse, crack-up, crash, devastation, disaster, downfall, drubbing, failure, fiasco, havoc, licking, reversal, ruination, smash, trouncing, washout, wreck, Defeasance, shellacking, smashup, blue ruin.

deposition (noun)

degradation, dismissal, displacement, ejection, impeachment, removal, unfrocking.

destruction (noun)

abolition, bane, carnage, crashing, crushing, dissolving, extermination, extinction, extinguishing, invalidating, liquidation, loss, massacre, ravaging, sacking, shattering, slaying, undoing, wreckage, wrecking, Abolishing, Assassinating, Disintegrating, Disrupting, Subverting.

discomfiture (noun)

abashment, agitation, chagrin, comedown, confusion, conquest, demoralization, descent, disappointment, discomposure, disconcertion, disconcertment, disquiet, humiliation, perturbation, shame, unease, uneasiness, vexation.

dissolution (noun)

adjournment, conclusion, decay, decease, decomposition, demise, disappearance, disbandment, discontinuation, dispersal, evaporation, liquefaction, melting, passing, quietus, release, resolution, sleep, solution, suspension, Defunction, curtains.

downfall (noun)

atrophy, cloudburst, comeuppance, debacle, decadence, declension, degeneracy, degeneration, deluge, deterioration, devolution, down, fall, flood, storm, on the rocks, road to ruin, the skids, rack and ruin.

failure (noun)

abortion, bankruptcy, bomb, botch, bungle, bust, decline, deficiency, deficit, failing, faux pas, flash in the pan, flop, frustration, implosion, inadequacy, lemon, loser, mess, misadventure, miscarriage, misstep, nonperformance, rupture, stalemate, stoppage, turkey, nonsuccess, lead balloon, sinking ship, total loss, false step.

landslide (noun)

advantage, superiority, sweep.

licking (noun)

count, lacing, mastery, setback, trap, trimming, Downthrow, Insuccess, Paddling, Scalping, Whaling.

liquidation (noun)


nonfeasance (noun)

default, delinquency, dereliction, neglect.

nullification (noun)


ouster (noun)

banishment, disbarment, eviction, expulsion, loss of right, the heave-ho.

quietus (noun)

clincher, coup de grace, Overcoming, final blow.

reduction (noun)

abatement, attrition, contraction, curtailment, cut, cutback, debasement, decrement, devaluation, diminution, discount, minimization, rebate, shrinkage, subtraction, downgrading, markdown.

revolution (noun)

anarchy, bloodshed, cabal, crime, disorder, foment, innovation, insubordination, insurgency, metamorphosis, outbreak, reformation, rising, row, shift, strife, transformation, tumult, turbulence, turmoil, turnover, unrest, upheaval, uprising, uproar, violence, golpe, guerrilla activity, radical change, shake-up, underground activity.

rout (noun)

embarrassment, flight, hiding, retreat, romp, shambles, shutout, thrashing, walkover, waxing, whipping, Trashing, clobbering.

ruin (noun)

bath, demolition, destitution, dilapidation, disintegration, disrepair, insolvency, nemesis, waterloo, Crumbling, skids, crackup, the end.

ruination (noun)


sabotage (noun)

disruption, impairment, injury, mischief, subversiveness, treachery, treason, vandalism, undermining.

suppression (noun)

overriding, Suppressing.

undoing (noun)

accident, adversity, affliction, bad luck, blight, blow, blunder, calamity, casualty, catastrophe, curse, destroyer, difficulty, disgrace, doom, error, fault, flaw, fumble, grief, last straw, miscalculation, mischance, mishap, omission, slip, stumble, trial, trip, visitation, weakness, bad omen.

unsuccess (noun)


unsuccessfulness (noun)


upheaval (noun)

about-face, alteration, cataclysm, clamor, commotion, convulsion, disturbance, eruption, explosion, ferment, new deal, outburst, outcry, shakeout, stirring, switch, temblor, tremor, turnaround, upturn, new ball-game.

upset (noun)

bother, complaint, free-for-all, goulash, hassle, illness, malady, queasiness, reversion, sickness, stew, surprise, tizzy, screw-up.

victory (noun)

achievement, ascendancy, dominion, gain, laurels, prize, supremacy, upper hand, winning, HIT, hole in one, mission accomplished, feather in cap, the gold, bull's-eye.

waterloo (noun)

Whitewashing, crushing defeat.

abolish (verb)

abate, abrogate, annihilate, annul, call off, cancel, destroy, disestablish, dissolve, end, erase, expunge, extinguish, extirpate, finish, inhibit, invalidate, negate, nix, nullify, obliterate, overthrow, prohibit, quash, repeal, repudiate, rescind, revoke, scrub, squelch, stamp out, supersede, suppress, undo, vacate, vitiate, void, wipe out, zap, kill, put the kibosh on, set aside, put kibosh on.

bring down (verb)

abase, cut down, damage, drop, fell, floor, injure, ko, lower, mow down, prostrate, pull down, slay, undermine, wound, shoot down, lay low, throw down, murder.

cancel (verb)

abort, counteract, counterbalance, countercheck, countermand, counterpoise, discard, discharge, frustrate, ignore, neutralize, offset, recall, recant, redeem, redress, refute, retract, rule out, make up for, compensate for, balance out, declare invalid, render inert, render null and void.

confute (verb)

break, confound, contradict, controvert, defeat, dismay, disprove, expose, oppugn, parry, rebut, shut up, silence, tap, put down, bring to naught, prove false, blow sky high, knocks props out from under, prove wrong.

conquer (verb)

checkmate, circumvent, clobber, control, cream, discomfit, drub, foil, humble, lick, master, outwit, overmaster, override, prevail, quell, reduce, rout, shut down, succeed, surmount, throw, thwart, total, trash, triumph, whip, worst, get the better of, bring to knees, trample underfoot, wipe off map.

defeat (verb)

ambush, bar, bear down, best, block, butcher, decimate, drown, entrap, finish off, halt, hinder, impede, obstruct, outflank, outmaneuver, repel, repress, repulse, route, sack, scatter, shipwreck, sink, slaughter, swamp, torpedo, trample, roll back, prevail over.

demolish (verb)

bulldoze, burst, devastate, devour, dilapidate, dismantle, eat, flatten, gobble up, pulverize, put away, take apart, take out, tear down, wax, wrack, crack, put in toilet.

depose (verb)

boot out, bounce, can, cashier, chuck, degrade, demote, dismiss, displace, downgrade, drum out, eject, impeach, kick out, send packing, throw out, unfrock, unmake, Discrown, Uncrown, remove from office, freeze out, give heave-ho, run out of town, throw out on ear, ride out on rail.

disprove (verb)

belie, blow up, confute, contravene, deny, discredit, explode, impugn, negative, puncture, shoot, traverse, weaken, disconfirm, find unfounded, poke holes in, knock bottom out of, knock props out, shoot holes in.

dissolve (verb)

adjourn, destruct, disorganize, disunite, divorce, loose, postpone, separate, sever, shatter, suspend, break up, wind up, render void, resolve into.

floor (verb)

baffle, bewilder, bowl over, disconcert, dumbfound, ground, nonplus, puzzle, stump, bring up short.

invalidate (verb)

disqualify, impair, overrule, unfit, Circumduct, Disannul, shoot full of holes, blow sky-high, x-out.

oppress (verb)

abuse, afflict, aggrieve, annoy, beat down, burden, dishearten, dispirit, distress, encumber, force, handicap, harass, harry, hound, keep down, maltreat, outrage, overload, persecute, plague, press, ride, rule, sadden, saddle, smother, strain, tax, torment, torture, trouble, vex, worry, wrong, Despotize, pick on, prey on, put screws to, put upon, tyrranize, weigh heavy upon, put the squeeze on.

overcome (verb)

get around, hurdle, outlive, render, shock, stun, survive, weather, whelm, rise above, triumph over, be victorious, come out on top, knock socks off.

overpower (verb)

blank, bury, immobilize, roll over, shut off, trounce, waste, knock out, blow away, shellack, take care of, lay one out.

overthrow (verb)

abolish, beat, bring down, conquer, crush, demolish, depose, dethrone, do away with, eradicate, exterminate, knock over, level, liquidate, oust, overcome, overpower, overrun, overturn, overwhelm, purge, raze, ruin, subdue, subjugate, subvert, terminate, tip, topple, tumble, unseat, upend, upset, vanquish, put an end to, knock down, bring to ruin.

overwhelm (verb)

engulf, inundate, overflow, submerge, thrash.

prostrate (verb)

cripple, debilitate, disable, disarm, drain, exhaust, fatigue, frazzle, incapacitate, mow, overtire, paralyze, sap, tire, tucker out, weary, bring low.

quash (verb)

black out, bottle up, cork up, hush up, quench, reverse, scrunch, squash, squish, veto, watergate, snow under, declare null and void, put the lid on, crack down on, clamp down on, put damper on.

ravage (verb)

capture, consume, desecrate, desolate, despoil, disrupt, forage, foray, gut, loot, pillage, pirate, plunder, prey, raid, rob, seize, spoil, strip, sweep away, wrest, Spoliate, lay waste, wreak havoc, rape, leave in ruins.

raze (verb)

batter, break down, capsize, cast down, delete, dynamite, efface, remove, rub out, scratch out, spill, strike out, tear up, Unbuild, blow down.

rebel (verb)

boycott, break with, censure, combat, criticize, defy, denounce, disobey, dissent, drop out, fight, mutiny, oppose, opt out, remonstrate, renounce, resist, riot, rise up, secede, strike, take up arms, insurrect, run amok, turn against, get out of line, be insubordinate, come out against, make waves, rock the boat.

refute (verb)

abnegate, burn, burn down, cancel out, contend, convict, counter, debate, disclaim, dispose of, dispute, evert, gainsay, show up, top, give the lie to, reply to, argue against, take a stand against, give thumbs down to.

repulse (verb)

check, drive back, fend off, fight off, hold off, keep off, push back, rebuff, reject, stave off, throw back, ward off, brush off, beat off, set back, heave-ho, kick in the teeth.

reverse (verb)

alter, backpedal, backtrack, convert, double back, flip-flop, lift, modify, renege, turn around, turn the tables, Overset.

revolt (verb)

arise, defect.

rout (verb)

bash, chase, dispel, drive off, expel, hunt, lambaste, larrup, scuttle, shut out, skunk, wallop, put to flight, blow out of water, clean up on, cut to pieces.

ruin (verb)

bankrupt, beggar, clean out, deface, defile, deplete, deplore, disfigure, do in, fleece, impoverish, maim, mangle, mar, mutilate, pauperize, ravish, use up, Depredate, make a mess of, spoilate, wreak havoc on.

smash (verb)

put out of action, lay in ruins, put out of commission.

subjugate (verb)

coerce, compel, enslave, enthrall, hold sway, kick around, tame, bring to heel, keep under thumb, reel back in, rule over.

subvert (verb)

contaminate, corrupt, debase, deprave, depress, invert, pervert, poison, sabotage, supplant.

supplant (verb)

back up, cast out, crowd, force out, ring, substitute, take over, transfer, usurp, cut out, fill in, stand in, sit in, ring in, front for, take the place of, outplace, swap places with.

suppress (verb)

bottle, burke, censor, clamp, conceal, contain, curb, hold back, hold in, interrupt, keep in, muffle, muzzle, shush, snuff out, spike, stifle, stop, withhold, cut off, cover up, sit on, keep secret, hold down, put lid on.

tilt (verb)

charge, clash, duel, encounter, joust, spar, thrust, cross swords.

undo (verb)

cramp, craze, crimp, have, outfox, outsmart, overreach, screw up, skin, stymie, unsettle, queer.

uproot (verb)

deracinate, dig up, eliminate, excavate, exile, extract, move, root out, weed, weed out, blot out, pull up.

upset (verb)