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Pronunciation:

[ɐkjˈuːt], [ɐkjˈuːt], [ɐ_k_j_ˈuː_t]
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Synonyms for Acute:

painful (adjective) severe (adjective) sharp (adjective) shrill (adjective) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Acute:

  • accit,
  • acked,
  • accude,
  • assocoayte,
  • acutal,
  • acrre,
  • eachoter,
  • ecattle,
  • acquarate,
  • ayotte,
  • icture,
  • accute,
  • acused,
  • acsse,
  • ducte,
  • actly,
  • aquite,
  • actula,
  • ected,
  • accoutig,
  • actuel,
  • acard,
  • afgter,
  • adiquete,
  • sacurty,
  • immacuate,
  • baguete,
  • addecuate,
  • aciuty,
  • eqate,
  • ocurt,
  • accoutn,
  • ackup,
  • arcurate,
  • awhite,
  • acttwo,
  • occue,
  • acttive,
  • accuart,
  • actyiv,
  • accet,
  • avicat,
  • acpete,
  • aguide,
  • actue,
  • acuba,
  • eaigt,
  • cautgh,
  • ocate,
  • acur,
  • accuirate,
  • acutual,
  • raquet,
  • appicate,
  • acurate,
  • acuurate,
  • occuied,
  • accuarte,
  • adquite,
  • actule,
  • adaqute,
  • adeqeute,
  • acavate,
  • asut,
  • assocate,
  • actir,
  • educte,
  • adaquate,
  • accumuate,
  • accued,
  • accoubt,
  • autie,
  • abute,
  • atate,
  • aquit,
  • accout,
  • acut,
  • acveue,
  • anouter,
  • addaquite,
  • argumet,
  • acout,
  • actuak,
  • aquiet,
  • adecquate,
  • acobe,
  • acouts,
  • facuet,
  • acuret,
  • dcut,
  • adiquet,
  • acn't,
  • acquited,
  • adeuate,
  • agter,
  • adequte,
  • adequite,
  • acrue,
  • accurete,
  • oacduff,
  • actua,
  • acuatic,
  • accurtely,
  • ectera,
  • actak,
  • acurre,
  • appecate,
  • accpe,
  • acte,
  • equety,
  • acusse,
  • actley,
  • accurute,
  • adiquate,
  • ocupe,
  • acured,
  • accuret,
  • acult,
  • acuttle,
  • picute,
  • addiqute,
  • acure,
  • encuter,
  • acutlly,
  • arcde,
  • amket,
  • acurcy,
  • assicate,
  • attuite,
  • occued,
  • caute,
  • equty,
  • acuit,
  • actal,
  • afcter,
  • addquite,
  • coute,
  • apcket,
  • acatly,
  • assocaite,
  • acqurate,
  • atacte,
  • amutuer,
  • occuvite,
  • haicut,
  • adaquete,
  • avocate,
  • amuteur,
  • accuraate,
  • cauhgt,
  • articuate,
  • aaccoutn,
  • accuarate,
  • acoutn,
  • acuzzi,
  • adiqaute,
  • acqua,
  • actute,
  • adukt,
  • aculy,
  • accruate,
  • asscoaite,
  • auctio,
  • accuarete,
  • acuatly,
  • aquierd,
  • abudget,
  • caugt,
  • acureate,
  • awate,
  • accutly,
  • accts,
  • accouht,
  • auguat,
  • asscoiate,
  • accurte,
  • aiquite,
  • asscoate,
  • acct,
  • aqequate,
  • acttack,
  • actiuve,
  • acoutic,
  • edcaite,
  • arete,
  • equte,
  • acsee,
  • accurarte,
  • orkut,
  • icket,
  • assoicate,
  • acule,
  • attiute,
  • arket,
  • accure,
  • acurit,
  • aquited,
  • arqued,
  • exute,
  • accurrate,
  • acutly,
  • accuratte,
  • acuarate,
  • aculey,
  • accutley,
  • accotun,
  • acculy,
  • xecute,
  • daghuter,
  • aaccurate,
  • actvie,
  • occut,
  • accurtate,
  • acul,
  • inaccute,
  • acue,
  • acutary,
  • aafte,
  • assciate,
  • ajcket,
  • accupy,
  • agfter,
  • accuruate,
  • actif,
  • adwquate,
  • assicaite,
  • acfter,
  • inaccurte,
  • assiocate,
  • actack,
  • accuriate,
  • cagut,
  • ackted,
  • accurd,
  • alicate,
  • accutely,
  • acove,
  • acutes,
  • actull,
  • aqurate,
  • inaccuarte,
  • adecuate,
  • apercate,
  • aclue,
  • accrute,
  • agito,
  • adiqute,
  • aquerd,
  • accutal,
  • adequet,
  • orcutt,
  • ecounter,
  • actve,
  • actice,
  • accapet,
  • baquet,
  • atquit,
  • adequete,
  • acnee,
  • cuate,
  • acotr,
  • accpet,
  • accurtae,
  • schute,
  • accrate,
  • aboute,
  • acutity,
  • adicate,
  • adqutae,
  • adaquet,
  • aqfter,
  • aouto,
  • acociate,
  • accuitted,
  • icetea,
  • adequote,
  • assocatie,
  • acadey,
  • adaquite,
  • adiquite,
  • facate,
  • evacutor,
  • actuay,
  • agede,
  • athte,
  • agata,
  • actuve,
  • recute,
  • aquate,
  • amute,
  • agout,
  • acould,
  • acuator,
  • adicuate,
  • facte,
  • acoure,
  • agobut,
  • adecute,
  • inaccuate,
  • augtum,
  • accuity,
  • arquet,
  • daguter,
  • accult,
  • ahjve,
  • accuited,
  • ecpet,
  • acutane,
  • acktive,
  • assocoate,
  • evacute,
  • actuley,
  • acutley,
  • astue,
  • acuarte,
  • adacute,
  • acupied,
  • aqure,
  • accuatcy,
  • acset,
  • adeguate,
  • acccout,
  • augutine,
  • acvtive,
  • accourate,
  • amuter,
  • auuto,
  • alcoet,
  • acuirite,
  • acounter,
  • acurrate,
  • acquite,
  • adjut,
  • lecute,
  • awqke,
  • acuired,
  • auite,
  • accurite,
  • catte,
  • aquied,
  • acort,
  • arget,
  • actes,
  • avacuate,
  • acpet,
  • aute,
  • ocunter,
  • agued,
  • axute,
  • oicture,
  • acctive,
  • amocut,
  • assocuiate,
  • adquate,
  • acual,
  • acquie,
  • acquity,
  • actie,
  • icate,
  • accurcate,
  • aertek,
  • accuerd,
  • facut,
  • accpte,
  • activ,
  • accnet,
  • adocate,
  • actibe,
  • accuate,
  • acurite,
  • aquad,
  • eqaute,
  • iktuo,
  • acuayer,
  • actul,
  • acruite,
  • argueta,
  • actate,
  • acuse,
  • actthat,
  • acualey,
  • accted,
  • autage,
  • adate,
  • acurat,
  • adquete,
  • actree,
  • acuate,
  • accuierd,
  • augut,
  • eouecte,
  • acuraty,
  • augaut,
  • acter,
  • actity,
  • octoer,
  • acause,
  • ocudl,
  • accurtacy,
  • acctuate,
  • acurtate,
  • acousto,
  • ackt,
  • actove,
  • acture,
  • acutt,
  • ajuste,
  • aluet,
  • atticude,
  • ausugt,
  • awkurd,
  • aquzed,
  • cutie,
  • acufeed,
  • emmacute,
  • akito,
  • ecture,
  • aquote,
  • acale.

Rhymes for Acute:

  1. mute, hoot, brut, suit, root, chute, shoot, fruit, jute, lute, loot, route, cute, flute, boot, scoot, shute, coot, moot, brute, toot, newt;
  2. recruit, repute, commute, refute, impute, permute, compute, astute, beirut, salute, pursuit, dispute, pollute, uproot, minute, dilute;
  3. subacute, disrepute;

Quotes for Acute:

  1. Animals are stylized characters in a kind of old saga- stylized because even the most acute of them have little leeway as they play out their parts. Edward Hoagland.
  2. For example, the opposition between acute and grave phonemes has the capacity to suggest an image of bright and dark, of pointed and rounded, of thin and thick, of light and heavy, etc. Roman Jakobson.
  3. If the egotist is weak, his egotism is worthless. If the egotist is strong, acute full of distinctive character, his egotism is precious, and remains a possession of the race. Alexander Smith.
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