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What is another word for levy?

486 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[l_ˈɛ_v_ɪ], [lˈɛvɪ], [lˈɛvɪ]
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Synonyms for Levy:

price (noun) take (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Levy:

  • leui,
  • levl,
  • lavor,
  • level2,
  • lvel,
  • leavl,
  • leaeve,
  • letty,
  • leaqve,
  • bileve,
  • eleve,
  • livley,
  • televe,
  • lovly,
  • lev,
  • levi,
  • lery,
  • hevy,
  • li've,
  • leavor,
  • levey,
  • leavve,
  • leiky,
  • lieave,
  • bieleve,
  • levle,
  • luevd,
  • leeave,
  • belevue,
  • llevel,
  • levie,
  • 6love,
  • leve,
  • lexy,
  • ley,
  • leevl,
  • bevey,
  • leavig,
  • lo0ve,
  • sevo,
  • wervy,
  • liqify,
  • levid,
  • level3,
  • levea,
  • levs,
  • cuvy,
  • lvl73,
  • ylive,
  • levry,
  • level1,
  • laeve,
  • telephy,
  • leive,
  • leval,
  • leazy,
  • levewl,
  • leley,
  • toleave,
  • leaave,
  • leway,
  • loev,
  • lievs,
  • lovily,
  • hevey,
  • lavea,
  • luvky,
  • lerave,
  • beleve,
  • leaffy,
  • veavy,
  • levys,
  • lenove,
  • lievel,
  • lzy,
  • levae,
  • jevoh,
  • blieve,
  • levek,
  • lefg,
  • luv'd,
  • hevay,
  • sleff,
  • levil,
  • lgvw,
  • bealeve,
  • loeave,
  • lieve,
  • leiway,
  • bleve,
  • leavy,
  • leeve,
  • levol,
  • lety,
  • lefee,
  • levt,
  • levet,
  • weavy,
  • llvl,
  • lvely,
  • ervy,
  • leve3l,
  • alvy,
  • bleff,
  • loevly,
  • laffy,
  • lyiy,
  • sleve,
  • livew,
  • leava,
  • llysf,
  • m7liv,
  • livly,
  • evy,
  • lovy,
  • leavea,
  • lenyy,
  • lovw,
  • elev,
  • vefy,
  • livey,
  • ledy,
  • cevy,
  • twleve,
  • lefy,
  • lelev,
  • leay,
  • leavr,
  • lelve,
  • llive,
  • lovv,
  • loveyou,
  • loevel,
  • lleave,
  • lveo,
  • lvery,
  • baleve,
  • peavy,
  • buileve,
  • leavn,
  • livei,
  • levety,
  • larrivy,
  • leabve,
  • leaev,
  • leeuy,
  • lenevo,
  • levei,
  • lilvey,
  • lovey,
  • servy.

Rhymes for Levy:

  1. chevy, levee, heavy, bevy, peavy, peavey;

Quotes for Levy:

  1. We have to shore this thing up like a New Orleans levy Richard Carlson.
  2. Our co -founder and company president, Jim Levy came from a record industry background and understood the marketing and promotion of artists as well as products. So the video game business went from absolutely zero designer credit to something approaching rock star promotion. David Crane.
  3. Our port facilities should have the freedom to levy a market -based container fee which will provide new revenue and make our system more equitable to the American taxpayer and American manufacturers. Dana Rohrabacher.

Idioms of Levy:

  1. levy sth ( up) on sm or sth;

Adjectives for Levy:

  • irregular new,
  • universal rough,
  • requisite compensatory,
  • new irregular,
  • barely functional,
  • poor damned,
  • debatable,
  • compensatory,
  • three-year,
  • kraal,
  • unorganized,
  • coercive,
  • commoner,
  • part-time,
  • last great,
  • mightiest,
  • functional,
  • paltry,
  • willing,
  • heavier,
  • hospital,
  • preliminary,
  • steep,
  • hungry,
  • ready,
  • subsequent,
  • fourth,
  • irish,
  • latest,
  • higher,
  • previous,
  • damned,
  • rough,
  • massive,
  • powerful,
  • green,
  • vain,
  • usual,
  • fearfully strict,
  • domestic nor foreign,
  • vague annual,
  • scanty and tumultuous,
  • unsatisfactory general,
  • fair and practicable,
  • domestic foreign,
  • simple tribal,
  • huge additional,
  • general and compulsory,
  • hastily-summoned,
  • typical feudal,
  • mere feudal,
  • raw native,
  • speedy and effectual,
  • same annual,
  • domestic or foreign,
  • last regular,
  • spanish general,
  • general military,
  • inequitable,
  • small military,
  • national,
  • own vast,
  • old national,
  • old feudal,
  • old general,
  • onerous,
  • equitable,
  • stringent,
  • practicable,
  • effectual,
  • unwieldy,
  • much larger,
  • fuller,
  • thirsty,
  • tumultuous,
  • unjust,
  • oppressive,
  • miscellaneous,
  • much less,
  • arbitrary,
  • scanty,
  • constitutional,
  • urgent,
  • victorious,
  • municipal,
  • illegal,
  • financial,
  • gross,
  • secondary,
  • successive,
  • appropriate,
  • suitable,
  • equal,
  • effective,
  • sufficient,
  • religious,
  • necessary,
  • individual,
  • free,
  • normal,
  • immense,
  • german,
  • numerous,
  • important,
  • vast,
  • least,
  • ordinary,
  • true,
  • ancient,
  • less,
  • fresh general,
  • last outrageous,
  • whole strong,
  • mere hasty,
  • ragged young,
  • regular annual,
  • large native,
  • extortionate,
  • burgundian,
  • territorial,
  • speedy,
  • papal,
  • outrageous,
  • ancestral,
  • excessive,
  • petty,
  • permanent,
  • successful,
  • double,
  • so-called,
  • similar,
  • private,
  • proper,
  • fair,
  • late,
  • former,
  • poor,
  • special capital,
  • easy and indifferent,
  • large and regular,
  • much fresh,
  • drastic,
  • supplementary,
  • republican,
  • swiss,
  • indifferent,
  • provincial,
  • strict,
  • irregular,
  • vigorous,
  • easy,
  • italian,
  • recent,
  • terrible,
  • main,
  • full,
  • large,
  • certain,
  • indirect,
  • squat,
  • poor old,
  • severe,
  • rude,
  • mere,
  • ruinous annual,
  • tribal,
  • western,
  • strong,
  • extraordinary,
  • larger,
  • entire,
  • common,
  • gigantic and perpetual,
  • parliamentary,
  • systematic,
  • perpetual,
  • gigantic,
  • considerable,
  • extra,
  • sudden,
  • regular,
  • next,
  • raw,
  • universal,
  • total,
  • royal,
  • actual,
  • own personal,
  • public,
  • compulsory,
  • additional,
  • rigorous,
  • further,
  • enormous,
  • personal,
  • immediate,
  • national,
  • local,
  • direct,
  • native,
  • present,
  • special,
  • military,
  • feudal,
  • annual,
  • hasty,
  • whole,
  • fresh,
  • domestic, foreign,
  • capital,
  • domestic,
  • foreign,
  • general.
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