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Pronunciation:

[klˈe͡ɪm], [klˈe‍ɪm], [k_l_ˈeɪ_m]
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Synonyms for Claim:

acquisition (noun) pretension (noun) pretext (noun) acquire (verb) affirm (verb) petition (verb) possess (verb) pretend (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Claim:

  • claimt,
  • calmy,
  • valiam,
  • klamth,
  • clamie,
  • clomid,
  • chokeslam,
  • aclame,
  • callum,
  • heliam,
  • calcim,
  • calicum,
  • clai,
  • calait,
  • clim,
  • calsium,
  • claimate,
  • colom,
  • clarm,
  • colulm,
  • clain,
  • wiliam,
  • laim,
  • collem,
  • juaism,
  • calme,
  • caluium,
  • blaim,
  • cliams,
  • columia,
  • claimimg,
  • clinmb,
  • claifiy,
  • calcuim,
  • climer,
  • wlliam,
  • calaim,
  • callme,
  • callit,
  • coluum,
  • climg,
  • clusmy,
  • joakim,
  • calism,
  • cliam,
  • clartiy,
  • glail,
  • calim,
  • calabir,
  • caulm,
  • casim,
  • caim,
  • cliamte,
  • calciyum,
  • clumb,
  • clamis,
  • callimg,
  • cladia,
  • calimamma,
  • acclasim,
  • calims,
  • carlm,
  • climd,
  • collum,
  • clame,
  • comlai,
  • cllaim,
  • calum,
  • climat,
  • clacium,
  • collom,
  • callhim,
  • accliam,
  • cladio,
  • reclam,
  • colum,
  • coulm,
  • galium,
  • falimy,
  • kliem,
  • aclaim,
  • claeb,
  • clibm,
  • callm,
  • classm8,
  • claima,
  • cacium,
  • calium,
  • claiman,
  • caliko,
  • dalima,
  • claimb,
  • calciu,
  • coloum,
  • clamb,
  • columm,
  • caclium,
  • clamy,
  • clarfiy,
  • claimet,
  • glair,
  • lcaim,
  • colunm,
  • coluam,
  • clais,
  • claime,
  • cailm,
  • claiim,
  • clamidia,
  • claify,
  • calie,
  • claimis,
  • clairy,
  • coolum,
  • claimig,
  • claiemd,
  • claimin,
  • clami,
  • colem,
  • claimn,
  • recliam,
  • gulam,
  • clamin,
  • claimd,
  • cleam,
  • claiimed,
  • cllaims,
  • coulum,
  • wllliam,
  • mlacolm,
  • mulim,
  • collume,
  • claimh,
  • claism,
  • claub,
  • clacuim,
  • claiam,
  • clainm,
  • calib,
  • recalim,
  • clearm,
  • colmial,
  • clall,
  • classom,
  • clima,
  • calciuim,
  • calma,
  • clalm,
  • clair,
  • clammor,
  • klimb,
  • callem,
  • cloum,
  • glyacoma,
  • kilmm,
  • kllimt,
  • jlomb,
  • eclaim.

Rhymes for Claim:

  1. game, blame, inflame, frame, lame, aim, shame, exclaim, dame, maim, tame, boehme, boehm, flame, name, came, reclaim, fame, proclaim, same;
  2. defame, declaim, disclaim, acclaim, became, ballgame, aflame;
  3. overcame;

Quotes for Claim:

  1. Save for minor ailments and accident, my battalion is practically immune from sickness; colds come and go as a matter of course, sprains and cuts claim momentary attention, but otherwise the health of the battalion is perfect. Patrick MacGill.
  2. Why don't the names of Buddha, Mohammed, Confucius offend people? The reason is that these others didn't claim to be God, but Jesus did. Josh McDowell.
  3. Businesses should no longer be allowed to depress wages by hiring illegal labor and then falsely claim that Americans don't want to do the jobs. Dana Rohrabacher.

Idioms of Claim:

  1. claim sth for sm or sth;
  2. stake a/ your claim
  3. claim the moral high ground;

Adjectives for Claim:

  • aslightly hollow,
  • well universal,
  • general coercive,
  • new creationist,
  • modestly fraudulent,
  • sure, arrogant,
  • far-out but genuine,
  • incredible and shameless,
  • legally proper,
  • sizable and legally proper,
  • same aetiological,
  • outrageously damaging,
  • classic conservative,
  • later tradi­tional,
  • clear and unchallenged,
  • unassailably solid,
  • one-square-mile territorial,
  • lifeless loving,
  • portugal and zanzibar,
  • unaccountable and unheard-of,
  • constitutionally valid,
  • valid constitutional,
  • enormous and uncompromising,
  • minor general,
  • political nor moral,
  • plausible but equally baseless,
  • private proprietorial,
  • permanent, undying,
  • largely vaunted,
  • appalling legal,
  • intact green,
  • absurd and indefensible,
  • equally simplistic,
  • aggressive territorial,
  • incredibly outrageous,
  • major valid,
  • grand and dire,
  • worthless mineral,
  • individual and sole,
  • singular and unconscious,
  • heavy and long-standing,
  • constant querulous,
  • nearer or better,
  • totally unproven,
  • mysteriously powerful,
  • inconsistent and illogical,
  • strongest hereditary,
  • so-called worthless,
  • exceedingly explicit,
  • more ubiquitous,
  • sexual or romantic,
  • large and foolish,
  • fierce republican,
  • correct and clear,
  • speecial,
  • reasonable legal,
  • completely valid,
  • tradi­tional,
  • quite valid,
  • somewhat impassioned,
  • own adjacent,
  • unusual poetic,
  • forth specific,
  • legal or financial,
  • slightly weaker,
  • equally baseless,
  • clear and independent,
  • remarkably modest,
  • absolutely extraordinary,
  • wonderful mineral,
  • sometimes high,
  • rather grandiose,
  • full and exclusive,
  • strong lateral,
  • own outrageous,
  • doable,
  • distinct and specific,
  • personal-injury,
  • less false,
  • puny mortal,
  • distinct and well-defined,
  • ecclesiarchal,
  • apparently paradoxical,
  • attorney-client,
  • quite ridiculous,
  • personal, intimate,
  • far slighter,
  • equally ridiculous,
  • new mineral,
  • real, tangible,
  • aetiological,
  • strong and peculiar,
  • rich mineral,
  • out-dated,
  • chief personal,
  • new and additional,
  • rather brutal,
  • least real,
  • totally false,
  • creationist,
  • fairly reasonable,
  • half-cocked,
  • strict legal,
  • true or false,
  • greater natural,
  • highest religious,
  • roughly equal,
  • more ludicrous,
  • perfectly rational,
  • full fair,
  • rather disturbing,
  • same legal,
  • nearest and dearest,
  • fully operational,
  • great solemn,
  • chromosomal,
  • old hereditary,
  • inequitable,
  • old high,
  • deep and solemn,
  • own false,
  • purely theoretical,
  • dougal,
  • conscious or unconscious,
  • more exclusive,
  • self-deprecating,
  • rather wild,
  • oft-quoted,
  • somewhat vague,
  • good and honest,
  • seigneurial,
  • such direct,
  • more doubtful,
  • such fantastic,
  • far-out,
  • unshakable legal,
  • possessive, wild-eyed,
  • ridiculously trumped-up,
  • rally operational,
  • large and unprecedented,
  • expedient or new,
  • haughty and false,
  • formidable and ultimately successful,
  • previous or better,
  • petty and provincial,
  • consistent and powerful,
  • dear and deathless,
  • childish unspoken,
  • claim special,
  • equitable or legal,
  • undisputed moral,
  • surely unquestionable,
  • indirect or distant,
  • otherwise paradoxical,
  • serenely proud,
  • inconsistent and unconscionable,
  • abstract and primary,
  • excessive or invidious,
  • universal, indefinable,
  • far worthless,
  • plausible and legal,
  • latest and most peculiar,
  • alike foolish and despicable,
  • alike foolish,
  • illegal or impolitic,
  • uncommercial and unproductive,
  • puny and frail,
  • plausible but untenable,
  • equitable personal,
  • legally equitable,
  • completely trivial and irrelevant,
  • mysterious disciplinary,
  • modest and most justifiable,
  • temporary preferential,
  • inconsistent and infamous,
  • relatively intensive,
  • stronger conjectural,
  • false or negative,
  • mendacious and absurd,
  • huge, unpopular,
  • family unsettled,
  • old but somewhat shadowy,
  • proper or exclusive,
  • urgent and prominent,
  • unequivocal and uncompromising,
  • logical nor rightful,
  • eventually hereditary,
  • authentic and absolute,
  • unspoken passionate,
  • exceedingly rich and several,
  • unclaimed contiguous,
  • valid hereditary,
  • dandy rich,
  • once complacent,
  • far older and stronger,
  • preferential or conclusive,
  • double and strong,
  • proud, flaming,
  • uncommonly poor and inaccessible,
  • slightest equitable,
  • personal or absolute,
  • sole jealous,
  • legal, sacred,
  • particular and paramount,
  • joint and rival,
  • everlasting and indisputable,
  • arrogant papal,
  • evident national,
  • arrogant and unjust,
  • wanton and ambitious,
  • spurious, illegitimate,
  • shadowy and obsolete,
  • entirely shadowy and obsolete,
  • entirely shadowy,
  • visionary and unreal,
  • weaker hereditary,
  • wild pretentious,
  • amusing but ominous,
  • technical and vague,
  • tenable international,
  • mystic and intangible,
  • unjustified and doubtfully honest,
  • prior moral,
  • pathetic unalterable,
  • horrible and cynical,
  • monkish, unnatural,
  • undoubtedly insistent,
  • impudent and undoubtedly insistent,
  • however indefinite,
  • patrician and hereditary,
  • almost patrician and hereditary,
  • presumptuous and premature,
  • large and unqualified,
  • nearest adjacent,
  • permanent and authentic,
  • spiritual and scriptural,
  • similar exclusive,
  • prior social,
  • false hereditary,
  • social or democratic,
  • same etiological,
  • final and irresistible,
  • strange, inevitable,
  • official territorial,
  • stronger, higher,
  • recent and extreme,
  • cheap and superficial,
  • impudent and ridiculous,
  • surely best,
  • specific and distinct,
  • preposterous and sacrilegious,
  • rich and several,
  • supernatural or superhuman,
  • supremely tragic,
  • magnificently extravagant,
  • modern and intelligent,
  • fraudulent mexican,
  • absurd ecclesiastical,
  • mad and presumptuous,
  • tardy and unexpected,
  • strong, unequivocal,
  • purely illusory,
  • subtle but mighty,
  • gigantic imperial,
  • doubtfully honest,
  • solitary and doubtful,
  • certain preferential,
  • true, legitimate,
  • larger nominal,
  • same blasphemous,
  • socially wholesome,
  • closer, dearer,
  • almost indisputable,
  • such boastful,
  • chief serious,
  • unlimited divine,
  • fresh and immediate,
  • unknown and infinite,
  • insolent and intolerable,
  • apparent legal,
  • now indisputable,
  • ancient, common,
  • best hereditary,
  • visible audible,
  • similar but higher,
  • virtually exclusive,
  • local, social,
  • undefined and shadowy,
  • completely trivial,
  • hopeless and impossible,
  • own valid,
  • large unsettled,
  • strong and single,
  • hitherto unprofitable,
  • quiet decorous,
  • legitimate historical,
  • rich victorian,
  • blasphemous and wicked,
  • strongest present,
  • highly unreasonable,
  • better or stronger,
  • high and majestic,
  • slightest legitimate,
  • vague ancestral,
  • perfectly equitable,
  • reasonable and regular,
  • new and valid,
  • meek and unassuming,
  • tolerable strong,
  • purely metaphorical,
  • vague and empty,
  • good matrimonial,
  • same tacit,
  • broad generic,
  • trivial and irrelevant,
  • old imaginary,
  • legal nor moral,
  • similar hereditary,
  • extreme british,
  • vain or empty,
  • chief and final,
  • historic or mythic,
  • almost patrician,
  • hereditary and personal,
  • more definable,
  • latest geographical,
  • great evident,
  • uncommonly poor,
  • violent but unsuccessful,
  • direct papal,
  • sole valid,
  • just popular,
  • just legal,
  • more undisputed,
  • long quiescent,
  • present immediate,
  • sixth such,
  • stern and peremptory,
  • own gaudy,
  • equally unfounded,
  • sudden imperious,
  • legal or social,
  • precarious and doubtful,
  • seemingly extravagant,
  • full and legal,
  • extreme french,
  • rather preposterous,
  • stronger natural,
  • highest and richest,
  • great and legitimate,
  • real and direct,
  • same imperative,
  • utterly unjustifiable,
  • older historical,
  • bestowal,
  • primitive and fundamental,
  • now special,
  • dim and far-off,
  • certain well-understood,
  • exceedingly slender,
  • less valid,
  • constant and persistent,
  • effective popular,
  • merely potential,
  • thoroughly conservative,
  • final moral,
  • own exciting,
  • slightly hollow,
  • sole personal,
  • just private,
  • original common,
  • partial and unjust,
  • legitimate social,
  • good international,
  • natural and rightful,
  • unique and special,
  • exactly identical,
  • shortterm,
  • direct and powerful,
  • ultimately successful,
  • new and fantastic,
  • moderately wealthy,
  • ridiculous and absurd,
  • principal and most important,
  • fair, false,
  • legal or other,
  • slightest imaginable,
  • legal or political,
  • totally erroneous,
  • moral and natural,
  • quick, clean,
  • less justifiable,
  • perhaps best,
  • peculiar and original,
  • least worthy,
  • own unsupported,
  • heavy pecuniary,
  • certain supernatural,
  • modern artistic,
  • old manorial,
  • conventional social,
  • practically unanimous,
  • universal social,
  • middling good,
  • fair and proper,
  • strictly intellectual,
  • quite moderate,
  • now notorious,
  • thy rightful,
  • direct and obvious,
  • sure, such,
  • somewhat ridiculous,
  • much bolder,
  • main economic,
  • somewhat arrogant,
  • own important,
  • good such,
  • fairly rich,
  • same arrogant,
  • proprietory,
  • old imperious,
  • rather faint,
  • better moral,
  • other ridiculous,
  • same intimate,
  • single natural,
  • somewhat pretentious,
  • special literary,
  • more feasible,
  • great thy,
  • perfectly justifiable,
  • less sacred,
  • chief modern,
  • such nonsensical,
  • such unique,
  • already sufficient,
  • few japanese,
  • dead-weight,
  • less moral,
  • solid and permanent,
  • little modest,
  • thy celestial,
  • strong and simple,
  • same ridiculous,
  • more elemental,
  • necessary and inevitable,
  • ecclesiastical and secular,
  • unsustainable,
  • older and stronger,
  • same exalted,
  • strong french,
  • distinct and definite,
  • quite unique,
  • etiological,
  • more infamous,
  • more fair,
  • certain minimum,
  • infinitely higher,
  • other monstrous,
  • little historical,
  • same bold,
  • real solid,
  • quasi-legal,
  • nine-year,
  • large and magnificent,
  • great individual,
  • moral and legal,
  • certain official,
  • same double,
  • mere legal,
  • new legal,
  • strictly legal,
  • long dormant,
  • full legal,
  • untracked,
  • true and honest,
  • solid and substantial,
  • least valuable,
  • such preposterous,
  • same personal,
  • purely logical,
  • better or worse,
  • exceedingly rich,
  • seventh and last,
  • own possible,
  • tolerably fair,
  • new and stronger,
  • other mineral,
  • little direct,
  • real moral,
  • irish national,
  • fair and honest,
  • own final,
  • month-old,
  • uncommercial,
  • own silent,
  • own exclusive,
  • prelatical,
  • strong moral,
  • higher moral,
  • such reckless,
  • higher or lower,
  • rather amusing,
  • far older,
  • own divine,
  • great original,
  • infinitely less,
  • almost irresistible,
  • highest moral,
  • dull little,
  • prepaid,
  • universal human,
  • such particular,
  • same religious,
  • tenable,
  • played-out,
  • anglo-irish,
  • jejune,
  • more lofty,
  • full and perfect,
  • slightly higher,
  • well-understood,
  • more social,
  • more sacred,
  • perhaps less,
  • last possible,
  • far stronger,
  • great scientific,
  • unrequited,
  • doggone,
  • three-fourths,
  • such further,
  • much other,
  • own strong,
  • contractual,
  • slightest possible,
  • far superior,
  • all-inclusive,
  • guatemalan,
  • rather different,
  • unitary,
  • prejudicial,
  • unsecured,
  • perfectly legitimate,
  • real or imaginary,
  • unenviable,
  • long-cherished,
  • impolitic,
  • more extreme,
  • bolivian,
  • chinese and japanese,
  • unjustified,
  • irrefutable,
  • lapsed,
  • mere personal,
  • much wider,
  • fifth and sixth,
  • more extraordinary,
  • same high,
  • definable,
  • such personal,
  • venezuelan,
  • full and complete,
  • now famous,
  • actual, overt,
  • lousy asteroid,
  • obviously best,
  • far greater and different,
  • absurd but irritating,
  • thy groundless,
  • boastful, presumptuous,
  • unrelenting false,
  • simple and memorable,
  • real indisputable,
  • loud and tyrannical,
  • further and possible,
  • lawful or reasonable,
  • greater and different,
  • neat, such,
  • sacred and imperious,
  • poor and hollow,
  • nominal, formal,
  • other and major,
  • vain and fabulous,
  • obsolete and ridiculous,
  • boldest and broadest,
  • new and unlawful,
  • distinct and obvious,
  • arrogant and tyrannical,
  • trite and hackneyed,
  • same godless,
  • perfect historical,
  • strong and certain,
  • high parental,
  • single righteous,
  • highly serious,
  • rather outrageous,
  • thy lawless,
  • whole aesthetic,
  • greater legal,
  • strong legal,
  • true legal,
  • fierce savage,
  • direct legal,
  • vague indefinite,
  • last and dearest,
  • apparently absurd,
  • long outstanding,
  • vague mysterious,
  • definite legal,
  • clear intellectual,
  • cathal,
  • equally positive,
  • fairly modest,
  • far nearer,
  • strong additional,
  • full clear,
  • highly dubious,
  • creatural,
  • great and evident,
  • same german,
  • far greater,
  • legal or moral,
  • less plausible,
  • strongest natural,
  • single and simple,
  • equally valid,
  • almost absurd,
  • same infinite,
  • still unsettled,
  • immense personal,
  • more noisy,
  • extraordinary personal,
  • less urgent,
  • proprietorial,
  • perfectly valid,
  • small rocky,
  • great ecclesiastical,
  • modern italian,
  • own heavy,
  • worked-out,
  • almost exclusive,
  • ethnical,
  • cartesian,
  • preemptive,
  • uncontested,
  • certain moral,
  • equally strong,
  • fourth or fifth,
  • extortionate,
  • such absolute,
  • fourth and last,
  • more distinct,
  • remunerative,
  • overweening,
  • chimerical,
  • remotest sustainable,
  • strong and indisputable,
  • avaricious and indelicate,
  • strange, audacious,
  • conventional, equitable,
  • magnificent but unproductive,
  • peculiar and unquestioned,
  • copious and indisputable,
  • farther legal,
  • small and indirect,
  • slight thy,
  • better hereditary,
  • equal and inalienable,
  • chief positive,
  • wretched dead,
  • last territorial,
  • clear and undisputed,
  • altogether improper,
  • vague historical,
  • conspicuous intellectual,
  • lofty and simple,
  • played-out old,
  • slightest conceivable,
  • ancient danish,
  • wholly irrelevant,
  • same exclusive,
  • new and unheard-of,
  • mere pecuniary,
  • such ambitious,
  • own hereditary,
  • more imperative,
  • own thy,
  • new and strong,
  • more authoritative,
  • same historical,
  • last despairing,
  • more insistent,
  • more dubious,
  • other slight,
  • ill-founded,
  • transferable,
  • jurisdictional,
  • patrimonial,
  • sustainable,
  • more probable,
  • long-deferred,
  • thy sacred,
  • payable,
  • own original,
  • impolite,
  • new and unexpected,
  • prophetical,
  • considerably less,
  • manorial,
  • indelicate,
  • million-dollar,
  • unconstitutional,
  • asinine,
  • more modest,
  • more ambitious,
  • feasible,
  • colombian,
  • medal,
  • engrossing,
  • possessive,
  • more definite,
  • more intimate,
  • more real,
  • unjustifiable,
  • utterly visionary,
  • ancient and perpetual,
  • simply feminine,
  • better and older,
  • least legal,
  • long hereditary,
  • primary natural,
  • thy maternal,
  • thy highest,
  • somewhat shadowy,
  • fair and equitable,
  • well-documented,
  • recoverable,
  • more emphatic,
  • more eminent,
  • unproven,
  • mendacious,
  • feeblest,
  • much stronger,
  • far-fetched,
  • indubitable,
  • more terrible,
  • seditious,
  • indirect, presumptuous,
  • strong indignant,
  • unique, permanent,
  • dubious historical,
  • unique, incomparable,
  • false or fraudulent,
  • exalted personal,
  • more rightful,
  • more problematical,
  • trifling additional,
  • now dormant,
  • better legal,
  • more intrinsic,
  • sincere and honest,
  • best native,
  • religious and civil,
  • unfixed,
  • sugar-cane,
  • such absurd,
  • high moral,
  • indefensible,
  • more particular,
  • wrongful,
  • mono,
  • problematical,
  • little real,
  • percival,
  • unanswerable,
  • incompatible,
  • chartered,
  • unproductive,
  • hydraulic,
  • unqualified,
  • narrow and inconsistent,
  • patently absurd,
  • more legal,
  • unverifiable,
  • somewhat doubtful,
  • strongest possible,
  • unassailable,
  • least possible,
  • adventitious,
  • dynastic,
  • nonsensical,
  • wily criminal,
  • valid adverse,
  • secret and solid,
  • legal or equitable,
  • legal and equitable,
  • lineal,
  • far higher,
  • more wonderful,
  • fractional,
  • concurrent,
  • lukewarm,
  • clearer,
  • apparently honest,
  • still dearer,
  • good legal,
  • more direct,
  • unequivocal,
  • meritorious,
  • rightful social,
  • black-crystal,
  • personal, private,
  • black crystal,
  • trumped-up,
  • untenable,
  • vexatious,
  • more serious,
  • more moral,
  • unwarrantable,
  • worthwhile,
  • intrinsic,
  • unspoken,
  • fairly promising,
  • straight flush,
  • such shadowy,
  • flush,
  • oft-repeated,
  • unquestioned,
  • iniquitous,
  • bavarian,
  • bolder,
  • blasphemous,
  • vibrant,
  • truest,
  • more valid,
  • baseless,
  • unsupported,
  • still less,
  • unwarranted,
  • long-standing,
  • contingent,
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