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621 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ˈɛldə], [ˈɛldə], [ˈɛ_l_d_ə]
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Synonyms for Elder:

adult (noun) shrub (noun) tree (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Elder:

  1. welder;

Quotes for Elder:

  1. Travel, in the younger sort, is a part of education; in the elder a part of experience. Francis Bacon.
  2. He's passed from rising hope to elder statesman without any intervening period whatsoever. Michael Foot.
  3. Today America lost a great elder statesman, a committed public servant, and leader of the Senate. And today I lost a treasured friend. Ted Kennedy was an iconic, larger than life United States senator whose influence cannot be overstated. Many have come before, and many will come after, but Ted Kennedy's name will always be remembered as someone who lived and breathed the United States Senate and the work completed within its chamber. Orrin Hatch.

Adjectives for Elder:

  • continuous nagging,
  • acerbic female,
  • down-home good,
  • hind much,
  • regular, same,
  • large and beautifully coloured,
  • old forty-nine,
  • practical communist,
  • lower, full-bodied,
  • now visible and accessible,
  • short and foul,
  • mock gothic,
  • dear safe,
  • damned so-called,
  • other pampered,
  • crafty, clever,
  • visible and accessible,
  • single, unchanging,
  • grotesque, deformed,
  • shabby comfortable,
  • many and weary,
  • lucky few,
  • old major,
  • new principal,
  • massive and impressive,
  • quaint medieval,
  • foolish and absurd,
  • stern, bearded,
  • dear, honest,
  • own darker,
  • deep secret,
  • least, good,
  • white bearded,
  • wretched and miserable,
  • now visible,
  • true and original,
  • nearer and nearer,
  • more prosperous,
  • other major,
  • young female,
  • good solid,
  • good and bad,
  • several different,
  • much smaller,
  • tiny little,
  • more distant,
  • crafty,
  • little more,
  • nearer,
  • grotesque,
  • visible,
  • wretched,
  • lower,
  • massive,
  • regular,
  • least,
  • short,
  • large,
  • true,
  • single,
  • worthy and influential,
  • free, honest,
  • other thrifty,
  • pleasant, good,
  • white, red,
  • tall perennial,
  • good, genuine,
  • ancient and loyal,
  • dear, sad,
  • several ornamental,
  • jealous, possessive,
  • certain zealous,
  • old ignorant,
  • little fragrant,
  • famous chief,
  • last but not least,
  • rough and tough,
  • egyptian and other,
  • usual mild,
  • stern, hard,
  • long and eventful,
  • solid and permanent,
  • strange and tragic,
  • certain wise,
  • little odd,
  • more authoritative,
  • circumpolar,
  • more lenient,
  • rich and poor,
  • much genuine,
  • simple, honest,
  • dear familiar,
  • much preferred,
  • nice, clean,
  • ardent young,
  • little good,
  • same good,
  • own beautiful,
  • few great,
  • many curious,
  • past and present,
  • more obvious,
  • shifty,
  • unadulterated,
  • more difficult,
  • many great,
  • truculent,
  • many, many,
  • virile,
  • diminutive,
  • jealous,
  • dear old,
  • much more,
  • great many,
  • pleasant,
  • dumb,
  • rigid,
  • dreary,
  • egyptian,
  • picturesque,
  • weary,
  • fearful,
  • worthy,
  • fourth,
  • cheap,
  • cruel,
  • sad,
  • nice,
  • dull,
  • solid,
  • free,
  • rough,
  • curious,
  • tall,
  • past,
  • strange,
  • simple,
  • many,
  • long,
  • unadulterated, real,
  • virile, good,
  • truculent, overbearing,
  • formal cut-and-dried,
  • beautiful tall-growing,
  • last, sick,
  • circumpolar or otherwise wide-ranging,
  • irish scarce,
  • densest opposite,
  • curious, luxurious,
  • weary and wan,
  • fourth and extreme,
  • cheap, grey,
  • tall, least,
  • anglomaniacal and general,
  • shifty, ever-changing,
  • diminutive and tattered,
  • monstrous queer,
  • white and immaculate,
  • sad, austere,
  • cruel, insatiable,
  • rigid and wrinkled,
  • dreary, fearful,
  • fearful and inexorable,
  • anglomaniacal,
  • certain diurnal,
  • dull and joyless,
  • dumb and dead,
  • certain time-honored,
  • rich and virile,
  • picturesque and enchanting,
  • smoky, fusty,
  • poor effete,
  • wise, shrewd,
  • ancient, obscure,
  • wise and unerring,
  • many exalted,
  • foolish, fond,
  • certain dead,
  • stern and solemn,
  • less well-known,
  • such rare,
  • more moderate,
  • poor dear,
  • smoky,
  • good many,
  • poor old,
  • good,
  • ancient and magnificent,
  • several possible,
  • tough old,
  • colloquial,
  • last great,
  • other similar,
  • little old,
  • few other,
  • corrupt,
  • foolish,
  • rich,
  • last,
  • white,
  • other,
  • fabulous civilized,
  • weird gray-beard,
  • colloquial and divergent,
  • corrupt and rebellious,
  • other, separate,
  • dear, safe,
  • bad sick,
  • empty, virginal,
  • dark and cynical,
  • same peculiar,
  • empty,
  • dark,
  • ancient egyptian,
  • stern,
  • wise,
  • incomplete,
  • sleepy,
  • good old,
  • dear,
  • sleepy, glamorous,
  • incomplete and prostrate,
  • older, wiser,
  • many other,
  • older,
  • several other,
  • ancient,
  • new senior,
  • own approval,
  • sensuous dirty.
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