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What is the opposite of straight?

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Pronunciation:

[stɹˈe͡ɪt] [stɹˈe‍ɪt] [s_t_ɹ_ˈeɪ_t]
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Antonyms for Straight:

Common misspellings for Straight:

  • striat,
  • tright,
  • stratige,
  • straighted,
  • stratigy,
  • satalight,
  • strenght,
  • stringht,
  • starights,
  • straighting,
  • strigh,
  • stariaght,
  • striaght,
  • saurkraught,
  • striagh,
  • straught,
  • strageity,
  • straignt,
  • straite,
  • destraght,
  • trighd,
  • stradagy,
  • startight,
  • stricet,
  • strenight,
  • straigt,
  • straigh,
  • straingt,
  • srtaight,
  • stragiey,
  • strieght,
  • streghth,
  • stragiht,
  • destrought,
  • stragity,
  • atraight,
  • straighed,
  • strightin,
  • straigher,
  • stragetic,
  • soverighty,
  • strigoi,
  • stratigey,
  • straith,
  • stradigy,
  • strentgh,
  • wateright,
  • staraight,
  • straigtht,
  • streghtgh,
  • distraight,
  • stradagey,
  • restraight,
  • traight,
  • striahgt,
  • staight,
  • stasrt,
  • stenght,
  • strneght,
  • sraight,
  • streantgh,
  • ditraught,
  • straid,
  • straghten,
  • distrought,
  • staright,
  • striaghten,
  • strsight,
  • straint,
  • strienght,
  • strickt,
  • stragety,
  • distraght,
  • straightt,
  • straightin,
  • sright,
  • streight,
  • starghit,
  • straighth,
  • trught,
  • strighten,
  • stratigie,
  • straiaght,
  • distruaght,
  • streght,
  • stratgy,
  • stright,
  • satilight,
  • striaghtly,
  • stairght,
  • stradegy,
  • strough,
  • straghts,
  • steaight,
  • strategh,
  • stragit,
  • stiright,
  • strdagy,
  • streighted,
  • tarught,
  • stragh,
  • destraught,
  • stragight,
  • strainght,
  • streaght,
  • stragerty,
  • strighted,
  • streghnt,
  • streanght,
  • streinght,
  • streghten,
  • straihgt,
  • strights,
  • stradigie,
  • stratight,
  • straght,
  • shraight,
  • starght,
  • straighjt,
  • streighten,
  • straifht,
  • straighned,
  • straright,
  • staght,
  • straighte,
  • staqrt,
  • storebought,
  • straightn,
  • starighter,
  • stretgh,
  • strantghth,
  • strawhat,
  • strauight,
  • starigh,
  • straghit,
  • sttraight,
  • srtight,
  • straet,
  • strnght,
  • steight,
  • stragty,
  • sstraight,
  • strart,
  • swordfight,
  • outwright,
  • strigt,
  • stranight,
  • staighter,
  • straeght,
  • streelight,
  • stratehy,
  • straoght,
  • streangh,
  • stradety,
  • stratoig,
  • strangh,
  • stranght,
  • strayt,
  • stagitti,
  • saidthat,
  • striaight,
  • stight,
  • stragie,
  • strraight,
  • strght,
  • fustrait,
  • stragatie,
  • streghtn,
  • storythat,
  • strightly,
  • straitght,
  • disraught,
  • streaghten,
  • stragaty,
  • paystraight,
  • stregh,
  • straiht,
  • straig,
  • straigth,
  • streaight,
  • satelight,
  • striaghter,
  • portraight,
  • strighter,
  • straige,
  • strecht,
  • atright,
  • disdraught,
  • straih,
  • streught,
  • straghting,
  • starit,
  • strateghy,
  • strathey,
  • streaot,
  • strit,
  • stridor,
  • straut.

Usage examples of Straight:

  1. " Take your time an' get it straight "The Reclaimers", Margaret Hill McCarter.
  2. Not a very straight course. "Mr. Trunnell", T. Jenkins Hains.
  3. Ye never tak' the straight way wi' life. "Where the Pavement Ends", John Russell.

Rhymes for Straight:

  1. hate, bate, freight, trait, spate, bait, gait, plate, fete, plait, weight, tate, wait, prate, fate, grate, mate, great, pate, eight, skate, late, crate, sate, rate, slate, ate, date, state, strait, gate;
  2. irate, misstate, dictate, conflate, lightweight, await, innate, restate, deflate, relate, est, elate, equate, oblate, debate, estate, ornate, inflate, predate, postdate, prorate, negate, collate, translate, sedate, berate, abate, create, kuwait, gestate, dilate;
  3. procreate, conjugate, overweight, interstate, reinstate, solid-state, intrastate, underrate, desecrate, overrate;
  4. remunerate, interrelate;

Quotes for Straight:

  1. On stage, the audience watches from a fixed viewpoint and the director cannot retake something he doesn't like. It has to work straight through. Bruce Beresford.
  2. A person should not be too honest. Straight trees are cut first and honest people are screwed first. Chanakya.
  3. It's no good being great in something that goes straight to video. Tom Wilkinson.

Idioms of Straight:

  1. not be thinking straight
  2. the straight and narrow;
  3. vote a straight ticket;
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