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Pronunciation:

[ɐmˈɛɹɪkə], [ɐmˈɛɹɪkə], [ɐ_m_ˈɛ_ɹ_ɪ_k_ə]
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Synonyms for America:

america (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for America:

  • amerrican,
  • emperic,
  • amerca,
  • amirica,
  • amarikan,
  • amireca,
  • ameria,
  • imerial,
  • amerioca,
  • amarican,
  • amerian,
  • americn,
  • ameroican,
  • neumeric,
  • ameriocan,
  • ameracan,
  • americe,
  • armerican,
  • amaerica,
  • americal,
  • amer9ican,
  • amaricas,
  • amaerican,
  • americia,
  • amierican,
  • amrica,
  • ameera,
  • thatamerica,
  • ameraucana,
  • amereica,
  • marica,
  • amirican,
  • amarucu,
  • amaica,
  • afirica,
  • afrrica,
  • merick,
  • amerias,
  • americ'a,
  • aafrica,
  • amereca,
  • ameraca,
  • amaricain,
  • ameriaca,
  • americka,
  • ameriscan,
  • emirical,
  • ameriac,
  • ameriacn,
  • afreca,
  • americabs,
  • amercia,
  • americam,
  • americaa,
  • amearica,
  • aferica,
  • anerica,
  • americ,
  • amerikan,
  • amrican,
  • emeregcny,
  • amer8ican,
  • commerica,
  • amwerican,
  • americain,
  • amerivcan,
  • america'a,
  • ameruican,
  • amewrican,
  • ameriican,
  • amreica,
  • amnerica,
  • ameri9can,
  • americna,
  • maerica,
  • ammerica,
  • amiraca,
  • americaan,
  • americoan,
  • ofamerica,
  • aprocah,
  • americato,
  • armerica,
  • arica,
  • marraca,
  • arfrica,
  • amreican,
  • ammerican,
  • asmerican,
  • amerwca,
  • amera,
  • amirca,
  • amairican,
  • ameiran,
  • fumeric,
  • amrch,
  • americica,
  • ameriacan,
  • amrket,
  • averega,
  • arthric,
  • amnerican,
  • anmerica,
  • amierca,
  • amiracan,
  • ameriucan,
  • merica,
  • americane,
  • ameica,
  • amerika,
  • ameirican,
  • anerican,
  • ameriuca,
  • ameerica,
  • americs,
  • armica,
  • amarica,
  • apprecuae,
  • americamn,
  • amerocan,
  • ameran,
  • atmosheric,
  • amerrica,
  • lummerick,
  • approcah,
  • southamerica,
  • americorp,
  • aamerican,
  • amtrac,
  • ameri,
  • ameroca's,
  • americaon,
  • ameirca,
  • amrriage,
  • amairca,
  • amercica,
  • amereican,
  • amarecka,
  • emeragy,
  • amerinca,
  • amerucan,
  • affrica,
  • americanna,
  • afarica,
  • ameerican,
  • ameruca,
  • americaia,
  • emerial,
  • amrerica,
  • americvan,
  • ameruica,
  • americann,
  • imegragy,
  • wamerica,
  • amer8ucan,
  • amerincan,
  • amrerican,
  • amearican,
  • amareca,
  • aerica,
  • america's,
  • aemrican,
  • aemerica,
  • aemrica,
  • american,
  • americas,
  • emerica,
  • amcerican,
  • america,
  • americsa,
  • amaerica's,
  • appreicae,
  • amomic,
  • emerege,
  • emeregecy,
  • imerege.

Quotes for America:

  1. America traditionally represents the greatest possibility of someone's going from nothing to something. Why? In theory, if not practice, the government stays out of the way and lets individuals take risks and reap rewards or accept the consequences of failure. We call this capitalism- or, at least, we used to. Larry Elder.
  2. It was very much like Norman Rockwell: small town America We walked to school or rode our bikes, stopped at the penny candy store on the way home from school, skated on the pond. Dorothy Hamill.
  3. Well, I don't think anyone now would say that they're painting the state of the culture of America I think that's too grand and pompous a thing for anybody to claim. Donald Judd.

Idioms of America:

  1. today North America, tomorrow the world;

Adjectives for America:

  • latino fromcentral,
  • monogamous contemporary,
  • second, corporate,
  • unsuspecting fascist,
  • smoggy industrial,
  • evil and sick,
  • least, civilized,
  • plain and republican,
  • subjugated spanish,
  • bourgeois, prosperous,
  • now regular and rapid,
  • busy and haphazard,
  • mostly german and dutch,
  • white corporate,
  • truly great and wise,
  • turbulent central,
  • conservative corporate,
  • rusty dusty,
  • young and rough,
  • racist white,
  • spare dear,
  • modern central,
  • old, self-confident,
  • huge inarticulate,
  • blatant young,
  • enlightened, progressive,
  • clean-cut, young,
  • excellent alternate,
  • happy, free,
  • raw western,
  • colonial and provincial,
  • portuguese or spanish,
  • typical small-town,
  • now regular,
  • vulgar young,
  • mostly german,
  • original young,
  • unsophisticated young,
  • strong, confident,
  • late twentieth-century,
  • truly great,
  • best western,
  • modern civilized,
  • same central,
  • new japanese,
  • old free,
  • other central,
  • social and cultural,
  • more tolerant,
  • brash young,
  • own proud,
  • whole british,
  • whole western,
  • more responsible,
  • great and wise,
  • eastern and southern,
  • blue-collar,
  • own happy,
  • great british,
  • more spiritual,
  • clean-cut,
  • dazed,
  • improbable,
  • enlightened,
  • bourgeois,
  • corporate,
  • civilized,
  • provincial,
  • second,
  • dutch,
  • rapid,
  • evil,
  • happy,
  • social,
  • least,
  • older, rural,
  • austere, authoritarian,
  • leaner, speedier,
  • real mixed-up,
  • colonial hispanic,
  • present-day, cosmopolitan,
  • intellectual and official,
  • fairer, cleaner,
  • little anterior,
  • real and dispassionate,
  • serious and unfashionable,
  • dry, high-strung,
  • already german or italian,
  • uncommonly frank and chatty,
  • modern, law-abiding,
  • irish, western,
  • therefore humane and enlightened,
  • slipshod, ambitious,
  • inexhaustible colonial,
  • disgraceful, boorish,
  • range tropical and sub tropical,
  • range tropical and temperate,
  • whole, central,
  • nuclear central,
  • victorious and victorian,
  • wonderful accomplishment central,
  • younger cosmopolitan,
  • flattering unsophisticated,
  • far-off, sublime,
  • greater, freer and happier,
  • northwestern central,
  • independent, spanish,
  • profoundly democratic and local,
  • rich and roomy,
  • free spanish,
  • broad and cultured,
  • temperate and equinoctial,
  • annoying spanish,
  • equally wise and admirable,
  • nineteenth-century rural,
  • poor eager,
  • reluctant and undecided,
  • political central,
  • busy, commonplace,
  • northwestern british,
  • low and farcical,
  • free and unconquerable,
  • therefore humane,
  • savage, godless,
  • new and republican,
  • tropical and south temperate,
  • military spanish,
  • present-day spanish,
  • generally long and narrow,
  • vast bustling,
  • native central,
  • independent spanish,
  • veritable underground,
  • new, virile,
  • profoundly democratic,
  • tropical spanish,
  • striking central,
  • wide-awake and progressive,
  • young and free,
  • uncommonly frank,
  • successful, independent,
  • strange, splendid,
  • eastern british,
  • prosperous and enlightened,
  • also central,
  • free, republican,
  • plain central,
  • spanish central,
  • truest and greatest,
  • northern spanish,
  • free, brave,
  • northeastern and northwestern,
  • ancient central,
  • sub-tropical and tropical,
  • plain, commonplace,
  • rich, free,
  • foolish, blind,
  • freer and happier,
  • dear, wild,
  • typical new,
  • wide, vast,
  • already german,
  • finest animal,
  • great, dear,
  • colonial and revolutionary,
  • present central,
  • national central,
  • big bustling,
  • western central,
  • rich and free,
  • equally wise,
  • upper central,
  • tropical or subtropical,
  • free republican,
  • generally long,
  • present spanish,
  • solid young,
  • liberal democratic,
  • honest, plain,
  • great, free,
  • entire spanish,
  • irrepressible young,
  • free, happy,
  • little, black,
  • pleasant and peaceful,
  • wide, free,
  • beautiful, glorious,
  • humane and enlightened,
  • young feminine,
  • tropical and temperate,
  • great and free,
  • new republican,
  • distant and unknown,
  • whole central,
  • real young,
  • liberal and progressive,
  • new corporate,
  • mexican and central,
  • french or british,
  • poor naked,
  • own central,
  • spanish or portuguese,
  • great and prosperous,
  • so-called free,
  • peaceful and prosperous,
  • whole spanish,
  • new and nobler,
  • free and enlightened,
  • less admirable,
  • vast and splendid,
  • own western,
  • raw young,
  • busy, bustling,
  • financial and industrial,
  • own distant,
  • french or spanish,
  • free and equal,
  • new and independent,
  • central and western,
  • solid white,
  • own wonderful,
  • big, bad,
  • little female,
  • leaner,
  • whole wide,
  • sub-tropical,
  • more democratic,
  • more characteristic,
  • old and young,
  • new and original,
  • dear, sweet,
  • more prudent,
  • much nearer,
  • ok,
  • ambitious young,
  • great and wonderful,
  • old colonial,
  • own beautiful,
  • fresh young,
  • more prosperous,
  • french and spanish,
  • slipshod,
  • chatty,
  • moral and religious,
  • own native,
  • wide-awake,
  • dear, dear,
  • freer,
  • more perfect,
  • faraway,
  • more distant,
  • fairer,
  • truest,
  • early,
  • little black,
  • more powerful,
  • present-day,
  • disgraceful,
  • humane,
  • austere,
  • same old,
  • victorious,
  • reluctant,
  • revolutionary,
  • dear old,
  • prosperous,
  • far-off,
  • classical,
  • sentimental,
  • financial,
  • rural,
  • pleasant,
  • greater,
  • contemporary,
  • liberal,
  • mexican,
  • picturesque,
  • peaceful,
  • romantic,
  • intellectual,
  • savage,
  • admirable,
  • foolish,
  • straight,
  • irish,
  • successful,
  • italian,
  • older,
  • moral,
  • honest,
  • serious,
  • female,
  • dry,
  • real,
  • distant,
  • actual,
  • narrow,
  • broad,
  • wonderful,
  • local,
  • low,
  • big,
  • vast,
  • strange,
  • beautiful,
  • little,
  • adventurous and youthful,
  • bad crime-ridden,
  • extremely wonderful and surprising,
  • prehistoric central,
  • tropical and sub-tropical,
  • temperate british,
  • austral and central,
  • austral and peruvian,
  • boreal and western,
  • practical, domestic,
  • alike good or free,
  • innocent but ignorant,
  • tremendous and eternal,
  • alike good,
  • vaster spiritual,
  • white, middle-class,
  • distant spanish,
  • extremely wonderful,
  • british central,
  • self-reliant young,
  • entire central,
  • free and happy,
  • old native,
  • own free,
  • boreal,
  • ancient and modern,
  • black and white,
  • adventurous,
  • surprising,
  • colonial,
  • inevitable,
  • tremendous,
  • practical,
  • innocent,
  • young,
  • plain,
  • old,
  • white,
  • whole,
  • generally liberal and optimistic,
  • itinerant, imitative,
  • central or tropical,
  • range tropical,
  • majestic, irresistible,
  • great opulent,
  • colonial spanish,
  • rich, opulent,
  • social young,
  • modern, industrial,
  • solid conservative,
  • southern spanish,
  • generally liberal,
  • free, enlightened,
  • southern central,
  • affluent young,
  • great, raw,
  • real colonial,
  • rich, young,
  • free and generous,
  • central and southern,
  • new industrial,
  • eastern and western,
  • optimistic,
  • itinerant,
  • republican,
  • neutral,
  • key,
  • democratic,
  • majestic,
  • good old,
  • industrial,
  • primitive,
  • wide,
  • black,
  • extremely vague and uncertain,
  • creative, competitive,
  • central and tropical,
  • complete artificial,
  • late twenty-first-century,
  • stronger, better,
  • southern british,
  • northern british,
  • extremely vague,
  • western and central,
  • modern young,
  • wild western,
  • own great,
  • creative,
  • uncertain,
  • stronger,
  • eastern,
  • busy,
  • classic small-town,
  • approval, spanish,
  • geographical central,
  • central and mexican,
  • sterile modern,
  • tropical and temperate,
  • northern tropical,
  • open spanish,
  • tropical and sub-tropical,
  • austral,
  • new and better,
  • approval,
  • unprepared,
  • own dear,
  • oldest,
  • french,
  • long,
  • equally sovereign and independent,
  • now sovereign and independent,
  • equally sovereign,
  • past central,
  • now sovereign,
  • dear and great,
  • kinder, gentler,
  • free and independent,
  • northeastern,
  • more beautiful,
  • aboriginal,
  • kinder,
  • youthful and vigorous,
  • portuguese and spanish,
  • youthful,
  • western,
  • modern,
  • own beloved,
  • portuguese,
  • still faint and weak,
  • still faint,
  • defenseless,
  • weak,
  • tropical and subtropical,
  • central british,
  • dear,
  • strong and prosperous,
  • temperate and tropical,
  • rich,
  • strong,
  • great,
  • temperate,
  • new,
  • independent,
  • tropical and subtropical,
  • lower central,
  • equatorial,
  • tropical,
  • british,
  • ancient,
  • tropical,
  • spanish and portuguese,
  • spanish,
  • free,
  • northern central,
  • central.
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