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What is another word for permission?

305 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[p_ə_m_ˈɪ_ʃ_ə_n], [pəmˈɪʃən], [pəmˈɪʃən]
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Synonyms for Permission:

approval (noun) authorization (noun) dismissal (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Permission:

  • sumission,
  • parmashion,
  • premition,
  • promission,
  • peermission,
  • percission,
  • permissio,
  • remmission,
  • permition,
  • pirmition,
  • persision,
  • premmision,
  • perssian,
  • perfussion,
  • permestion,
  • pemissions,
  • permishin,
  • premission,
  • permistion,
  • emmision,
  • pemision,
  • permafrown,
  • parmisian,
  • permiership,
  • permision,
  • permishen,
  • prermission,
  • premmission,
  • persusion,
  • cimmission,
  • permissiion,
  • percession,
  • permession,
  • percosion,
  • primission,
  • permmissions,
  • permsion,
  • permmisions,
  • peruasion,
  • permishon,
  • permishion,
  • permsions,
  • permmission,
  • prussion,
  • parmasian,
  • percaussion,
  • percesion,
  • permissioning,
  • permssion,
  • parmessan,
  • persuaision,
  • cermuchon,
  • percusssion,
  • porfession,
  • prmission,
  • perccusion,
  • permsision,
  • premottion,
  • pemission,
  • parmesian,
  • permiton,
  • ramission,
  • permiision,
  • persaussion,
  • persession,
  • permisson,
  • percision,
  • permsiion,
  • permssions,
  • permissing,
  • pecussion,
  • permisstion,
  • permisission,
  • persmision,
  • persmission,
  • persasion,
  • pashishion,
  • permmition,
  • porvision,
  • permossion,
  • pormissing,
  • premision,
  • percusion,
  • remssion,
  • permittin,
  • percsion,
  • permisiion,
  • pervision,
  • perfession,
  • premissision,
  • persuassion,
  • pormotion,
  • permetion,
  • permissioned,
  • persussion,
  • permisssion,
  • emmission,
  • premonission,
  • permissin,
  • percssion,
  • perrmission,
  • perimission,
  • petision,
  • permissoin,
  • termiation,
  • permisions,
  • permishions,
  • permissison,
  • permotion,
  • permissioons,
  • promishin,
  • permisison,
  • permittion,
  • permiation,
  • parmison,
  • permmision,
  • permeassion,
  • permissision,
  • emiision,
  • perfesion,
  • permissiom,
  • pression,
  • popossion,
  • promossion,
  • permison,
  • purcussion,
  • partision,
  • permisision,
  • ddmission,
  • perission,
  • permsiision,
  • premssion,
  • peermissions,
  • poermissions,
  • persuesion,
  • perscision,
  • perstion,
  • permotional,
  • reimission,
  • remmision,
  • summishion.

Rhymes for Permission:

  1. titian, fission, mission;
  2. patrician, optician, cognition, recission, condition, nutrition, suspicion, physician, dentition, tradition, ignition, audition, submission, ambition, contrition, technician, mortician, remission, attrition, munition, fruition, transition, tuition, magician, emission, sedition, position, rendition, omission, admission, logician, partition, addition, commission, volition, petition, transmission, musician;
  3. inquisition, recognition, disposition, admonition, requisition, intermission, rhetorician, supposition, repetition, precondition, politician, apparition, erudition, obstetrician, premonition, superstition, statistician, coalition, reposition, proposition, demolition, recondition, ammunition, exposition, dietitian, abolition, electrician, competition, intuition, extradition, expedition, inhibition, imposition, opposition, composition, definition, prohibition, exhibition, deposition, acquisition;
  4. presupposition, academician, geriatrician, theoretician, pediatrician, predisposition, juxtaposition, decomposition;

Quotes for Permission:

  1. I think people are entitled to march without a permit. When you have a few hundred thousand people on the street you have permission Tom Hayden.
  2. Dream and give yourself permission to envision a You that you choose to be. Joy Page.
  3. During my time we had two chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, at different times of course, on the bridge, both of whom asked my permission to sit on the captain's chair. Patrick Stewart.

Adjectives for Permission:

  • nevertheless official,
  • individial and special,
  • par­ental,
  • reluctant but dutiful,
  • often ecclesiastical,
  • polly unqualified,
  • especial and most gracious,
  • strictly full,
  • endless homemade,
  • individial,
  • japanese bureaucratic,
  • special and gracious,
  • somewhat tart,
  • further distinct,
  • individual and particular,
  • public and free,
  • free and complete,
  • rather grudging,
  • official or unofficial,
  • complete official,
  • spe­cial,
  • necessary legal,
  • past such,
  • long-overdue,
  • moot,
  • other official,
  • retroactive,
  • quite unnecessary,
  • unsigned,
  • betrothal,
  • magickal,
  • marechal,
  • long-delayed,
  • such general,
  • more accurate,
  • undergraduate,
  • complaisant,
  • sulphurous,
  • negligent,
  • departmental,
  • equivocal,
  • tart,
  • heartfelt,
  • congressional,
  • fraternal,
  • low-level,
  • undisturbed,
  • impassive,
  • dutiful,
  • bureaucratic,
  • decorous,
  • reciprocal,
  • fullest,
  • homemade,
  • territorial,
  • civic,
  • flattering,
  • much less,
  • meaningless,
  • presente,
  • impatient,
  • exclusive,
  • accurate,
  • consequent,
  • unnecessary,
  • bland,
  • canadian,
  • continual,
  • strict,
  • artistic,
  • gallant,
  • customary,
  • appropriate,
  • calm,
  • nouvelle,
  • apparent,
  • fancy,
  • japanese,
  • superior,
  • tremendous,
  • unknown,
  • damn,
  • political,
  • petite,
  • mal,
  • less,
  • certain,
  • voyaging governmental,
  • inland voyaging governmental,
  • pernicious but tempting,
  • grudging and unsympathetic,
  • tacit governmental,
  • liberal and unfettered,
  • special and courteous,
  • reluctant and unsympathetic,
  • uncertain and special,
  • official guatemalan,
  • portable and artificial,
  • deaf, special,
  • courteous and ready,
  • special permanent,
  • obliging and ready,
  • explicit and formal,
  • further and special,
  • pracontal,
  • separate official,
  • full and glad,
  • same tacit,
  • full governmental,
  • due ecclesiastical,
  • ample and full,
  • courteous and agreeable,
  • specific legislative,
  • remotest possible,
  • special official,
  • slow and reluctant,
  • sub-station,
  • much musical,
  • special legislative,
  • secured,
  • fair and liberal,
  • also free,
  • full social,
  • special royal,
  • free and generous,
  • now free,
  • royal,
  • thy full,
  • mere passive,
  • now full,
  • fullest possible,
  • special,
  • permissive,
  • mere verbal,
  • plenary,
  • direct personal,
  • wholehearted,
  • open-ended,
  • absolutely necessary,
  • guatemalan,
  • discretionary,
  • little social,
  • more special,
  • diocesan,
  • permissible,
  • restrictive,
  • magisterial,
  • statutory,
  • longed-for,
  • telegraphic,
  • unfettered,
  • canonical,
  • vociferous,
  • mandatory,
  • last-mentioned,
  • more extensive,
  • tactful,
  • hesitant,
  • kindest,
  • half-hearted,
  • unanimous,
  • long-standing,
  • illegitimate,
  • peremptory,
  • electoral,
  • indiscreet,
  • tolerant,
  • exhilarating,
  • gratifying,
  • ironical,
  • unlawful,
  • inscrutable,
  • supplementary,
  • deaf,
  • ministerial,
  • presidential,
  • sarcastic,
  • pernicious,
  • precarious,
  • humane,
  • speedy,
  • indefinite,
  • above-mentioned,
  • chaste,
  • journal,
  • tempting,
  • dear little,
  • favorable,
  • tentative,
  • dubious,
  • mute,
  • perilous,
  • trivial,
  • voluntary,
  • municipal,
  • passe,
  • aforesaid,
  • guilty,
  • good-natured,
  • evident,
  • routine,
  • genial,
  • spacious,
  • majestic,
  • virtual,
  • uncertain,
  • sympathetic,
  • deal,
  • portable,
  • agreeable,
  • deliberate,
  • moderate,
  • admiral,
  • turkish,
  • bizarre,
  • careless,
  • mexican,
  • absurd,
  • respective,
  • annual,
  • imaginary,
  • peaceful,
  • material,
  • musical,
  • positive,
  • perpetual,
  • useless,
  • intellectual,
  • swift,
  • artificial,
  • solitary,
  • extensive,
  • traditional,
  • sole,
  • proud,
  • additional,
  • extraordinary,
  • sad,
  • miserable,
  • bloody,
  • principal,
  • larger,
  • complete,
  • empty,
  • noble,
  • sudden,
  • fresh,
  • natural,
  • soft,
  • common,
  • best,
  • reluctant royal,
  • similarly full and free,
  • special ducal,
  • approval and simple,
  • similarly full,
  • free and unqualified,
  • usually full,
  • free and absolute,
  • usual gracious,
  • special medical,
  • full and entire,
  • spousal,
  • usual formal,
  • special,
  • more explicit,
  • somewhat singular,
  • more gracious,
  • infant,
  • approval,
  • more formal,
  • inglorious,
  • unthinking,
  • intangible,
  • appreciative,
  • overt,
  • token,
  • tardy,
  • aesthetic,
  • ethical,
  • ritual,
  • benevolent,
  • authentic,
  • constitutional,
  • signal,
  • federal,
  • amiable,
  • conscious,
  • reasonable,
  • loving,
  • correct,
  • eager,
  • dutch,
  • equal,
  • singular,
  • mad,
  • spiritual,
  • angry,
  • spanish,
  • native,
  • german,
  • french,
  • dear,
  • next,
  • cold or ambiguous,
  • faithful tacit,
  • requisite official,
  • mere conditional,
  • leval,
  • full and public,
  • late liberal,
  • certain tacit,
  • formal military,
  • thy gracious,
  • most gracious,
  • somewhat strange,
  • much-coveted,
  • hoped-for,
  • unsympathetic,
  • unrestrained,
  • ambiguous,
  • episcopal,
  • genteel,
  • merciful,
  • regal,
  • maternal,
  • wholesale,
  • inhuman,
  • playful,
  • placid,
  • passive,
  • exceptional,
  • doubtful,
  • indifferent,
  • hospital,
  • sullen,
  • partial,
  • cardinal,
  • sublime,
  • graceful,
  • definite,
  • sufficient,
  • vague,
  • blind,
  • moral,
  • higher,
  • precious,
  • brief,
  • british,
  • actual,
  • past,
  • vain,
  • human,
  • strange,
  • poor,
  • bare social,
  • furious such,
  • specific, official,
  • free and universal,
  • free and full,
  • unstated,
  • pecuniary,
  • contemptuous,
  • polite,
  • ample,
  • casual,
  • glad,
  • initial,
  • medical,
  • slow,
  • rare,
  • double,
  • ancient,
  • unheard-of, such,
  • own gracious,
  • considerate,
  • ducal,
  • gratuitous,
  • unheard-of,
  • unofficial,
  • technical,
  • seeming,
  • solemn,
  • unusual,
  • easy,
  • happy,
  • private,
  • possible,
  • special imperial,
  • usual official,
  • indiscriminate,
  • indulgent,
  • indirect,
  • willing,
  • humble,
  • fair,
  • unspoken,
  • benign,
  • legislative,
  • disgraceful,
  • hasty,
  • honorable,
  • slightest,
  • subsequent,
  • wise,
  • clear,
  • wide,
  • original,
  • oral,
  • religious,
  • grave,
  • individual,
  • secret,
  • occasional,
  • former,
  • conditional,
  • belated,
  • permanent,
  • separate,
  • curious,
  • cold,
  • provisional,
  • authoritative,
  • preliminary,
  • distinct,
  • absolute,
  • social,
  • unqualified,
  • cordial,
  • paternal,
  • ecclesiastical,
  • welcome,
  • automatic,
  • universal,
  • regular,
  • august,
  • hearty,
  • entire,
  • unconditional,
  • usual,
  • languid,
  • unexpected,
  • open,
  • condescending,
  • lawful,
  • limited,
  • military,
  • obliging,
  • governmental,
  • sovereign,
  • curt,
  • bare,
  • public,
  • present,
  • unwilling,
  • liberal,
  • cheerful,
  • due,
  • full and free,
  • unrestricted,
  • implicit,
  • papal,
  • simple,
  • ungracious,
  • oblique,
  • least,
  • unlimited,
  • silent,
  • final,
  • verbal,
  • proper,
  • personal,
  • temporary,
  • high,
  • ready,
  • immediate,
  • legal,
  • similar,
  • particular,
  • imperial,
  • mere,
  • grudging,
  • generous,
  • especial,
  • direct,
  • previous,
  • requisite,
  • reluctant,
  • explicit,
  • further,
  • parental,
  • general,
  • divine,
  • courteous,
  • tacit,
  • formal,
  • free,
  • official,
  • necessary,
  • royal,
  • gracious,
  • full,
  • special,
  • specific.
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