Pronunciation of Prevail
/p_ɹ_ɪ_v_ˈeɪ_l/, /pɹɪvˈe͡ɪl/, /pɹɪvˈeɪl/
Antonyms for prevail:
fizzle, crash, expire, fall short, surrender, decline, come short, fail, lose, give out, miscarry, struggle, conk, give up, flop, collapse, forfeit, wane, break down, stop, flounder, die, miss, run out, slip, stall, break, yield, follow, fold, slump, peter.
Usage examples for prevail:
- When I'm talkin' to him to prevail on him to come along, an' that gun in my hand at the time, I does sort o' make references to him with the muzzle. - "Wolfville Nights", Alfred Lewis.
- Similar ideas prevail all down the Zambesi. - "Primitive Love and Love-Stories", Henry Theophilus Finck.
- Indeed, we had subsequently a proof given to us, in The Whole Hog itself, that very serious opinions began to prevail against the possibility of Mr. Fog's carrying the day, in opposition to Flag. - "Quodlibet", John P. Kennedy.
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Rhymes for prevail:
- pail, trail, kael, frail, snail, shale, vale, dail, hale, gael, flail, cail, pale, sail, calle, tale, nail, kail, sale, grail, bail, stale, gayle, wale, whale, quail, vail, quale, bale, mail, wail, braille, dayle, kale, vaile, hail, ail, rail, maile, haile, raile, male, zale, rael, daile, veil, gaile, nale, scale, jail, gail, crail, yale, fail, ale, cale, tail, balle, salle, reil, dale, they'll, gale;
- unveil, dorrell, jerrell, jarrell, carvell, curtail, verrell, lavell, bewail, avail, inhale, entail, levell, assail, mikael, carrell, marcell, surveil, cardell, derail, mikhail, gorrell, travail, capell, ancell, detail, cadell, impale, exhale, tirrell;
- avenell, deverell, averell;