Pronunciation of Relate
/ɹ_ɪ_l_ˈeɪ_t/, /ɹɪlˈe͡ɪt/, /ɹɪlˈeɪt/
Antonyms for relate:
withhold, dis comfit, differentiate, sur-prise, be wildered, mystified, dis-countenanced, sur-prising, be wilders, misidentify, be wilder, dis countenance, be fogs, sur prise, misidentifying, divide, separate, dis comfits, be-fogging, be-fogged, befog, mis-identifies, sur-prises, mis identified, sur prising, distinguish, mis-identified, disjoin, be wildering, mis identifies, contrast, misrepresent, metagrobolize, keep, conceal, be-wilders, be-wildering, mis-identifying, dissociate, dis-countenance, dis countenances, befogs, suppress, dis countenanced, dis countenancing, Befogging, metagrobolized, metagrobolizing, dis-countenancing, disconnect, mis identify, misidentifies, dis-comfit, mystify, metagrobolizes, be fog, discriminate, dis-countenances, be-wilder, sur prises, mis-identify, befogged, be-fogs, be-wildered, be fogged, misidentified, hide, sur-prised, be fogging, dis-comfits, mis identifying, confound, be-fog.
Usage examples for relate:
- These always relate to English authors. - "Charles Lamb", Barry Cornwall.
- It became necessary to relate that it was too late to save her children. - "The Hour and the Man An Historical Romance", Harriet Martineau.
- In my own words you certainly would: and so I propose to relate it just as the verderer told it to me. - "News from the Duchy", Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch.
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Rhymes for relate:
- sate, tate, slate, wait, grate, trait, gait, waite, speight, streight, tait, state, aydt, rate, fete, bait, spate, eight, ate, freight, weight, plait, rait, cate, pate, gate, taitt, great, fait, fate, plate, mate, bate, straight, date, strait, wayt, hait, nate, skate, kate, pait, prate, late, chait, crate, hate;
- oblate, inflate, lightweight, reflate, prorate, est, gestate, await, negate, create, upstate, predate, debate, dilate, abate, update, tri-state, conflate, translate, belate, misstate, ornate, equate, postdate, berate, deflate, collate, irate, kuwait, estate, sedate, dictate, elate, innate, restate;
- overrate, desecrate, intrastate, underrate, silverplate, solid-state, reinstate, conjugate, interstate, overweight, procreate;
- demodulate, remunerate, interrelate, recriminate;