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Pronunciation:

[ɪstˈe͡ɪt], [ɪstˈe‍ɪt], [ɪ_s_t_ˈeɪ_t]
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Synonyms for Estate:

property (noun) wealth (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Estate:

  • estaimate,
  • thesitate,
  • areasthat,
  • ttestate,
  • estimeate,
  • esalate,
  • hesetate,
  • estatic,
  • estiamted,
  • estatus,
  • estamate,
  • esite,
  • esamate,
  • estatewhen,
  • esatte,
  • yestaday,
  • estated,
  • satate,
  • estados',
  • opertuaty,
  • estimte,
  • hisatate,
  • setate,
  • instute,
  • estete,
  • estinate,
  • rstate,
  • essitail,
  • astte,
  • ustice,
  • acitvate,
  • assitante,
  • hasatate,
  • stote,
  • estatse,
  • estactic,
  • hesitete,
  • hessatate,
  • ecetara,
  • estemet,
  • heastate,
  • eastate,
  • emedeate,
  • histate,
  • atate,
  • estaste,
  • estar,
  • estend,
  • escerlate,
  • festiity,
  • statte,
  • estage,
  • estay,
  • asstimat,
  • esatae,
  • estomat,
  • escited,
  • esetate,
  • eastgat,
  • destater,
  • asphat,
  • westwater,
  • heisatate,
  • enudate,
  • istitue,
  • opertate,
  • asate,
  • instutue,
  • astutue,
  • essat,
  • eselleate,
  • esitate,
  • eastbout,
  • esate,
  • sustitue,
  • pastate,
  • esimated,
  • estste,
  • estaimte,
  • unestade,
  • entite,
  • staty,
  • hecitate,
  • hezatate,
  • emedaite,
  • estava,
  • assoiate,
  • assicate,
  • ehtat,
  • esttimate,
  • desitate,
  • istake,
  • estimat,
  • statea,
  • hestate,
  • astart,
  • esitmater,
  • entatiy,
  • estaate,
  • estima,
  • state3,
  • sttate,
  • usdcad,
  • istuated,
  • istated,
  • estaticly,
  • eatate,
  • stete,
  • hiestate,
  • heistate,
  • staute,
  • hesitat,
  • entaty,
  • hesertaite,
  • hersitate,
  • esstate,
  • hestitae,
  • ehaitate,
  • estacy,
  • hesitaate,
  • illustate,
  • istart,
  • estamaite,
  • assitet,
  • acitatio,
  • sstate,
  • istarted,
  • estaes,
  • estimit,
  • estimiote,
  • ustadaha,
  • estamite,
  • esctatic,
  • emedate,
  • estamete,
  • hesotate,
  • outstate,
  • hestaite,
  • hesatate,
  • statae,
  • stata,
  • esttem,
  • etsate,
  • esitimate,
  • unestady,
  • esstem,
  • eatste,
  • esteamed,
  • hisetate,
  • esitmate,
  • estart,
  • imtate,
  • illistate,
  • assciate,
  • hasetate,
  • upstat,
  • heasitate,
  • esatate,
  • arcitecht,
  • estent,
  • estimete,
  • assicaite,
  • estomate,
  • hesatite,
  • estte,
  • hisitate,
  • associtate,
  • restiter,
  • hesitaite,
  • mistate,
  • hesteite,
  • hesuitate,
  • asstute,
  • esimate,
  • ilustater,
  • thisstate,
  • satatue,
  • etate,
  • citate,
  • estimet,
  • estsate,
  • sataite,
  • acitate,
  • essentuate,
  • eastgate,
  • hesutate,
  • assate,
  • aestetic,
  • hesiitate,
  • hesertate,
  • astate,
  • imetate,
  • estmate,
  • statew,
  • eastand,
  • espada,
  • iswhat,
  • easyjet,
  • estat,
  • eshausted,
  • usedat,
  • nothesitate,
  • exitate,
  • hsitate,
  • estatel,
  • estae,
  • eyesthat,
  • estute,
  • escilate,
  • usedtoday,
  • restarte,
  • estaet,
  • sdate,
  • entouter,
  • hassetate,
  • estatue,
  • escelate,
  • hastate,
  • restat,
  • etstae,
  • etticete,
  • asoctaite,
  • thestart,
  • esrtada,
  • hessitate,
  • egsauted,
  • estime,
  • astated,
  • assitace,
  • esttate,
  • eritate,
  • escaed,
  • estare,
  • instatue,
  • hostate,
  • hesitatae,
  • stade,
  • hasitate,
  • xstate,
  • eseate,
  • esttae,
  • hesitatte,
  • orlistat,
  • esteher,
  • estimae,
  • eestate,
  • obestity,
  • staate,
  • resitate,
  • estiated,
  • etaste,
  • estatewhere,
  • ehsitate,
  • hezitate,
  • stato,
  • estetic,
  • asdada,
  • emitate,
  • usedthe,
  • esitated,
  • isthat,
  • esteme,
  • esalated,
  • esstimate,
  • hesitatie,
  • ismade,
  • estamater,
  • isegete,
  • heisitate,
  • hesetite,
  • thestate,
  • esatet,
  • esteate,
  • assoctate,
  • lestat,
  • hestite,
  • sytate,
  • esatic,
  • assictcate,
  • estitican,
  • esater,
  • distate,
  • ehxitate,
  • escaoed,
  • ehuasted,
  • hassitate,
  • esitamte,
  • estemate,
  • estarted,
  • isoated,
  • esatere,
  • escate,
  • esteame,
  • esatates,
  • eshitate,
  • assitat,
  • orlstat,
  • estamit,
  • destitue,
  • asdfad,
  • enstate,
  • eastat,
  • hiesitate,
  • usedto,
  • eduate,
  • estadium,
  • hesittate,
  • estand,
  • obesitity,
  • hesiteate,
  • astimate,
  • aristote,
  • obstute,
  • attatiue,
  • attatue,
  • evitate,
  • decitate,
  • easterty,
  • eastide,
  • estisey,
  • esstatic,
  • efetuate,
  • esocted,
  • esoirite,
  • estata,
  • estatee,
  • aestetich,
  • estamte,
  • estiate,
  • estimite,
  • estinte,
  • eustce,
  • esquitite,
  • exudate,
  • asitate,
  • essitate,
  • heasatate,
  • heesitate,
  • hesaitate,
  • hesttate,
  • insatite,
  • isotated,
  • nessitate,
  • reistate,
  • westide.

Rhymes for Estate:

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

Quotes for Estate:

  1. Did you know that the state is the proud owner of a condo complex in Conway? This budget adds a real estate manager position to assess what we own, and sell those properties that we don't need and shouldn't own. John Lynch.
  2. If any man, out of an humour, should turn all his Estate into Money, and keep it dead, he would soon be sensible of Poverty growing upon him, whilst he is eating out of the quick stock. Dudley North.
  3. The miser, starving his brother's body, starves also his own soul, and at death shall creep out of his great estate of injustice, poor and naked and miserable. Theodore Parker.

Adjectives for Estate:

  • well-connected real,
  • frostily beautiful,
  • radioactive real,
  • fabulous real,
  • extravagant seaside,
  • hefty real,
  • small-town real,
  • grimy real,
  • ritzy real,
  • larger real,
  • additional }real,
  • relevant real,
  • problematical real,
  • kindreal,
  • fetid real,
  • self-employed real,
  • prohibitive real,
  • central, grander,
  • astronomical real,
  • small sugar-cane,
  • far nobler and fairer,
  • spanish real,
  • inanimate real,
  • large and rather complex,
  • corporate real,
  • questionable real,
  • luxurious oceanfront,
  • barren real,
  • more-or-less-legal real,
  • runaway real,
  • truly seigniorial,
  • huge oil-based,
  • cut-rate real,
  • rental real,
  • carmichael—real,
  • overseas real,
  • vital real,
  • worthwhile real,
  • lofty real,
  • wise real,
  • sandy real,
  • lousy real,
  • company-owned real,
  • magnificent smaller,
  • holdings-real,
  • illiquid holdings-real,
  • brand-new real,
  • upstate real,
  • cial real,
  • debt-ridden ancestral,
  • central real,
  • unusual real,
  • unclaimed real,
  • private, well-guarded,
  • easy real,
  • boring real,
  • scientific real,
  • would-be real,
  • dead-end real,
  • virgin real,
  • expensive—real,
  • hard-core real,
  • e’karial,
  • top-selling real,
  • alien real,
  • fearless real,
  • cute real,
  • hopelessly cheery,
  • mobile real,
  • name-brand and real,
  • morose real,
  • psychotic real,
  • crazy real,
  • new, idyllic,
  • interior real,
  • congested real,
  • deal real,
  • un-real,
  • facial real,
  • corrupt real,
  • glossy real,
  • holdreal,
  • priceless real,
  • high-rise real,
  • brilliant real,
  • savvy real,
  • medical real,
  • industrial real,
  • juiciest real,
  • green real,
  • watery real,
  • huge, unprofitable,
  • ruinous and poverty-stricken,
  • respectable real,
  • desirable timbered,
  • picturesque real,
  • modestly enviable,
  • clandougal,
  • patrimonial irish,
  • extensive but barren,
  • somewhat extensive but barren,
  • capable real,
  • spiritual or civil,
  • unclaimed but once fertile,
  • tempting real,
  • conscientious real,
  • shrewd real,
  • superfluous real,
  • haunting real,
  • terrific real,
  • esenchal,
  • essential, esenchal,
  • quickest real,
  • old signorial,
  • belongings real,
  • conventional real,
  • enormous wealthy,
  • fair patrimonial,
  • common and noblest,
  • extra real,
  • corporate or real,
  • rapid real,
  • rich, wealthy,
  • twin real,
  • myriad real,
  • major real,
  • beloved ancestral,
  • defunct real,
  • dull real,
  • him—real,
  • grand and airy,
  • evil real,
  • small, productive,
  • black, single,
  • recent real,
  • single well-planned,
  • ex-industrial,
  • businesses—real,
  • various businesses—real,
  • next colonial,
  • real and other,
  • sole or separate,
  • lucky real,
  • sweet real,
  • extensive and very beautiful,
  • lower real,
  • rich real,
  • main real,
  • lovely outlying,
  • huge, desolate,
  • unreal real,
  • fine paternal,
  • big cumbersome,
  • permanent real,
  • }real,
  • tiny real,
  • once substantial,
  • original lofty,
  • famous celtic,
  • extensive royal,
  • nobler and fairer,
  • large baronial,
  • present junior,
  • same prosperous,
  • genuine real,
  • tradeable,
  • small but modern,
  • ‘‘real,
  • chief real,
  • fair and sufficient,
  • numerous real,
  • vast pastoral,
  • occasional real,
  • rich and vast,
  • entire fourth,
  • low and poor,
  • real,
  • vast walled,
  • mere happy,
  • exceedingly noble,
  • average real,
  • such customary,
  • signorial,
  • preferred real,
  • real,
  • fifth-largest,
  • well-kept little,
  • beautiful seaside,
  • large, noble,
  • real,
  • own forlorn,
  • busy industrial,
  • poshest,
  • mere masculine,
  • present sad,
  • once fertile,
  • name-brand,
  • almost treeless,
  • high and happy,
  • oil-based,
  • nice rich,
  • once free,
  • trillion-dollar,
  • small and quiet,
  • last noble,
  • best and easiest,
  • dustrial,
  • awfully fine,
  • vymezal,
  • extraterrestrial real,
  • ancient and once-powerful,
  • high-end real,
  • postwar real,
  • sporadic real,
  • luxurious real,
  • historical real,
  • historic real,
  • singular, wondrous,
  • low-value real,
  • shady real,
  • cosmic real,
  • defunct and completely fictitious,
  • current degraded,
  • indoor real,
  • penny-ante real,
  • female real,
  • multimillion-dollar real,
  • well-developed real,
  • pleasant real,
  • german real,
  • colored real,
  • rural but wealthy,
  • territory real,
  • marvelous real,
  • modest real,
  • apprehensive real,
  • unruly fourth,
  • greedy real,
  • big-time real,
  • bleak real,
  • bizarre real,
  • artificial real,
  • special real,
  • part-time real,
  • latest real,
  • usable real,
  • convincing real,
  • large, untenanted,
  • comfortable high,
  • professional real,
  • considerable patrimonial,
  • well famed,
  • non-existent real,
  • name real,
  • practical real,
  • exempt real,
  • southern real,
  • provincial real,
  • huge, well-managed,
  • full-fledged real,
  • whole and neat,
  • low corporeal,
  • crafty real,
  • nearby real,
  • possible prosperous,
  • ] real,
  • talkative real,
  • old and pristine,
  • strikingly well-kept,
  • terrestrial real,
  • loose real,
  • taxable real,
  • higher-priced real,
  • mad real,
  • extortionate real,
  • successful bright,
  • hungarian real,
  • largest and most pretentious,
  • powerful and high,
  • extensive and single,
  • heaviest real,
  • principal real,
  • larval high,
  • old-fashioned and somewhat run-down,
  • prospective real,
  • previous savage,
  • belgian real,
  • previous ideal,
  • run-down european,
  • narrow, unsettled,
  • though real,
  • now though real,
  • abstracted and general,
  • dusty real,
  • general, real,
  • glendorgal,
  • huge bland,
  • former opulent,
  • separate or paraphernal,
  • vast extra-parochial,
  • non-productive real,
  • great, baronial,
  • miniature and self-supporting,
  • old seignioral,
  • unwise real,
  • perspiring real,
  • competent hereditary,
  • separate and regular,
  • potent fourth,
  • cheapest real,
  • dismal and ill,
  • wretched real,
  • distant real,
  • tribal real,
  • cuban real,
  • blank rural,
  • nominal real,
  • massive real,
  • creepy real,
  • jewish real,
  • perfectly unencumbered,
  • unencumbered manorial,
  • unencumbered and handsome,
  • prosperous, satisfactory,
  • real and movable,
  • indigenous real,
  • responsive but untamed,
  • whole, well-managed,
  • perfunctory and material,
  • profitable real,
  • free movable,
  • oppressed fourth,
  • shrewdest real,
  • sufficient paternal,
  • glib real,
  • infernal real,
  • humble real,
  • richest real,
  • absolute and proper,
  • irresponsible real,
  • slick real,
  • glaring real,
  • financial, real,
  • fine patrimonial,
  • delicate and almost unsettled,
  • distinct taxable,
  • real,
  • limited or less,
  • minimum, real,
  • limited real,
  • agricultural real,
  • paperwork-real,
  • sorry real,
  • innocent real,
  • entire residual,
  • doubtful real,
  • vast ducal,
  • gorgeous victorian,
  • exclusive real,
  • ancient paternal,
  • great and plentiful,
  • foreign real,
  • low and unknown,
  • vast manorial,
  • poor or rich,
  • prince real,
  • low and unhappy,
  • distressed and miserable,
  • property real,
  • sinful and hopeless,
  • occupation real,
  • pinchot real,
  • noble and plentiful,
  • collateral and real,
  • almost ducal,
  • large, well-managed,
  • great patrimonial,
  • large but unprofitable,
  • small maternal,
  • tranquil and good,
  • intense real,
  • insurance real,
  • ancient, broad,
  • swampy real,
  • bankrupt political,
  • large and unsettled,
  • large and entire,
  • poor and perplexed,
  • immense real,
  • rival real,
  • new and low,
  • better thine,
  • almost unsettled,
  • handsome unencumbered,
  • useless real,
  • additional real,
  • ancient, prehistoric,
  • once low,
  • finite intellectual,
  • chief hereditary,
  • tenfold worse,
  • lowly poor,
  • beautiful or valuable,
  • owne excellent,
  • degraded modern,
  • splendid feudal,
  • hitherto high,
  • huge pastoral,
  • precious real,
  • personal or real,
  • present decayed,
  • double real,
  • former well-to-do,
  • poor fourth,
  • significant real,
  • huge feudal,
  • substantial real,
  • typical prosperous,
  • little patrimonial,
  • pitiful and miserable,
  • sorely decayed,
  • noble hereditary,
  • paraphernal,
  • beautifully timbered,
  • extensive hereditary,
  • large unencumbered,
  • large and plentiful,
  • former higher,
  • supremely high,
  • distant, beautiful,
  • ample private,
  • high or humble,
  • solid real,
  • harsh and merciless,
  • great and great,
  • oldest and most aristocratic,
  • present distressed,
  • humble and low,
  • already exorbitant,
  • large and well-managed,
  • humble and poor,
  • simple real,
  • charming wooded,
  • entire joint,
  • outstanding legal,
  • private or separate,
  • completely fictitious,
  • common evil,
  • large nearby,
  • considerable irish,
  • beautiful and fine,
  • open, barren,
  • humble social,
  • such unreal,
  • pretax,
  • present forlorn,
  • less paternal,
  • wide fertile,
  • picturesquely beautiful,
  • ancient and high,
  • proud paternal,
  • clear and good,
  • most real,
  • original low,
  • big polish,
  • rich and boundless,
  • thy main,
  • present proud,
  • large cosmopolitan,
  • own pagan,
  • great manorial,
  • ex-royal,
  • real and spiritual,
  • earliest real,
  • large and well-kept,
  • other or greater,
  • impoverished irish,
  • poor and inadequate,
  • large, fertile,
  • weak feminine,
  • own pitiable,
  • clear personal,
  • large and productive,
  • typical medieval,
  • low and vile,
  • independent and powerful,
  • small but picturesque,
  • separate and exclusive,
  • much temporal,
  • best vocal,
  • different real,
  • vile and wretched,
  • sad and sore,
  • productive agricultural,
  • same prominent,
  • large and independent,
  • finest single,
  • high and proud,
  • fine and picturesque,
  • extra-parochial,
  • so-called real,
  • present deplorable,
  • miserable and wretched,
  • general personal,
  • fine colonial,
  • large separate,
  • former low,
  • beautiful and historic,
  • individual and separate,
  • quite poor,
  • vast and rich,
  • present desperate,
  • out-of-the-way little,
  • high commercial,
  • low intellectual,
  • old sinful,
  • present real,
  • up-market,
  • highest or lowest,
  • vast colonial,
  • small barren,
  • hideously expensive,
  • longueval,
  • small residential,
  • great and fair,
  • irreal,
  • more endurable,
  • large and fair,
  • low or high,
  • distinct little,
  • small, new,
  • extensive private,
  • low social,
  • small but pleasant,
  • comparatively petty,
  • mock thy,
  • considerable private,
  • splendid and beautiful,
  • whole private,
  • famous private,
  • less ample,
  • large southern,
  • great ancestral,
  • small and low,
  • somewhat mystical,
  • great hungarian,
  • already ample,
  • sufficient personal,
  • more intrepid,
  • high and responsible,
  • own italian,
  • lower human,
  • spiritual and secular,
  • low moral,
  • vast spiritual,
  • whole ancient,
  • large and very beautiful,
  • once vast,
  • more forlorn,
  • fine and large,
  • ancient and picturesque,
  • great walled,
  • fine private,
  • well wooded,
  • religious and ecclesiastical,
  • large irish,
  • splendid french,
  • old baronial,
  • once grand,
  • thy miserable,
  • extra-mural,
  • small, poor,
  • expropriated,
  • former human,
  • best mental,
  • temporal and eternal,
  • beautiful rich,
  • best and happiest,
  • full physical,
  • small industrial,
  • semi-feudal,
  • same romantic,
  • highly honorable,
  • greater and better,
  • large and fertile,
  • whole visible,
  • new popular,
  • wild woodland,
  • large personal,
  • superb old,
  • small rural,
  • large and wealthy,
  • particularly valuable,
  • almost priceless,
  • large, old,
  • ancient and beautiful,
  • own lawful,
  • great and high,
  • unalienable,
  • high and honorable,
  • lucrative real,
  • present unkind,
  • vulnerable real,
  • booming real,
  • coastal real,
  • unscrupulous real,
  • idle real,
  • wide-open real,
  • six-year real,
  • french real,
  • choicest real,
  • nice real,
  • pricey real,
  • attractive real,
  • depressed real,
  • canadian real,
  • plentiful or small,
  • worn-out ancestral,
  • pallid and forlorn,
  • ruinous and desperate,
  • monastic real,
  • decayed and troubled,
  • fitting secular,
  • northern real,
  • fair plentiful,
  • wondrous low,
  • honest real,
  • amazing real,
  • paternal or hereditary,
  • smaller fertile,
  • marketable real,
  • safe real,
  • lovely wealthy,
  • municipal real,
  • human real,
  • heavy real,
  • better real,
  • good and well-managed,
  • sinful, hopeless,
  • tiny monastic,
  • own opulent,
  • unchangeable eternal,
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