proceed

628 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[pɹəsˈiːd], [pɹəsˈiːd], [p_ɹ_ə_s_ˈiː_d]
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Synonyms for Proceed:

behave (verb)

act, behave, comport, conduct, deport, do, perform, practice.

endeavor (verb)

aim, approach, assay, attempt, commit, contract, endeavor, engage, exploit, maneuver, undertake, venture, volunteer.

move (verb)

actuate, budge, course, flow, go, move, pass, relocate, run, shift, stir, transfer, transit.

progress (verb)

advance, further, improve, progress.

venture (verb)

campaign, initiate, pursue, scheme.

Other synonyms and related words:

accept, accordingly, accrue, accrue from, accuse, act on, act up, act upon, advanced, advancement, affect, ahead, aisle, already, amble, ambulate, amelioration, anciently, and, arise, arise from, as long as, as well as, assume, attack, austere, be active, be allotted, be awarded, be contingent on, be derived, be due to, be going to, be owing to, be spent, bear a hand, bear on, become, before, beforehand, begin, belong, betterment, blend, blend in, boogie, box office, break, break down, bubble, buckle to, bud from, caption, carry, carry into effect, carry on, carry on with, carry out, carry through, carry-over, carve one's way, celebrate, change location, channel, charge, circulate, come, come about, come ahead, come forth, come forward, come forwards, come from, come of, come on, come one, come out of, come to, come up, comes, coming, commence, conduct oneself, conk, conk out, consequently, continue, continue with, correction, corridor, court, courtyard, cover ground, creatively, creep, cruel, cruise, decease, delirious, depart, depend on, depend upon, derive, derive from, descend, descend from, despatch, desultory, develop, die, discharge, discursive, discuss, disjointed, dispatch, displace, distance, do something, do something about, done, dragging, drift, drive, drop dead, earlier, earning, earnings, edge one's way, elapse, elbow one's way, emanate, emanate from, embark, embark in, embark upon, emerge, emerge from, enact, endure, engage in, ensue, ensue from, enter on, enter upon, evolve, exacting, execute, exit, expire, extend, exude, fail, fall into, fall to, fare, file, finished, firstly, fit, flit, flood, flounce, flourishing, flow from, fly, follow, follow from, foot it, force one's way, forge ahead, formal, former, formerly, forthwith, forward, function, fund, fuse, gain, gain ground, gate, gather head, gather way, generate, generation, germinate from, get, get ahead, get along, get away, get even, get forward, get forwards, get going, get going way, get moving way, get on, get on with, get through, get under way, get with it, give out, give way, glide, glide by, go about, go ahead, go along, go at, go away, go bad, go fast, go forth, go forward, go forwards, go in for, go into, go off, go on, go on with, go through, go upon, go-by, going, goose step, grow, grow from, grow out of, gurgle, gush, hang on, hang upon, hap, happen, hard, harsh, have at, have one's will, head, head for, headed, heading, headway, hie, hike, hinge on, hinge upon, hold, hold back, hold on, hold open, hold out, hold up, hoof it, hop, impress, improvement, in front, in progress, incite, incline, incoherent, income, incoming, increase, inflexible, initially, inning, intake, inventively, issue, issue forth, issue from, jog on, jogging, journey, keep, keep at, keep back, keep going, keep on, keep one, keep open, keep up, lapse, last, lately, launch, launch forth, launch into, lay about, lead, leave, lengthen, lie, lift a finger, limp, live, live on, locomote, look after, lurch, maintain, make, make a motion, make a move, make a start, make advances, make good time, make head, make head against, make headway, make one's way, make progress, make progress against, make rapid strides, make strides, make up leeway, make way, manage, march, march on, melt, mince, misbehave, misbehave badly, motion, motivate, move ahead, move along, move forward, move forwards, move into, move on, move onward, move onwards, move out, movement, observe, occur, of earlier times, officiate, onward, ooze, operate, originally, originate, originate from, originate in, outlast, overpass, pace, pad, parade, pas, pass ahead, pass along, pass away, pass by, pass forward, pass forwards, pass off, pass on, passage, passageway, perambulate, peregrinate, perish, persevere, persist, persist in, persist with, picking, pitch into, play, play along, plod, plump, plunge into, ply, point, pour, practises, prance, preserve, press ahead, press forward, press forwards, press on, press onward, press onwards, prevent, previously, primarily, primitively, proceed from, proceed to, proceed with, proceeding, proceeds, process, profit, profits, progres, progressive, prolongate, prolongation, promenade, prompt, propel, propose formally, prosecute, prowl, purl, push, push ahead, push along, push forward, push forwards, push off, push on, push one's way, push onward, pussyfoot, put into effect, put into practice, radiate, rage, raise, ramble, rambling, react, receipt, receipts, reciprocate, remain, remove, renew, reopen, repair, restart, restrain, result, result from, resume, retain, retaliate, return, returns, revenue, rigid, rigorous, ripple, rise, roam, roll, roll on, rove, rub on, run its course, run low, run out, run short, rush, s course, sashay, saunter, save, scuttle, serve, set about, set at, set forward, set going, set in motion, severe, shamble, shape, shoot ahead, shuffle, sidle, skulk, slide, slide by, slink, slip, slip away, slip by, slog, sneak, sophisticated, sound, spoil, spring, spring from, sprout, sprout from, stagger, stalk, stamp, start, start out, stay, stay fresh, stay on, steal, steer, stem, stem from, step, step forward, stern, stiff, stop, stream, strict, stride, strike, strike a blow, stroll, strut, subsequently, successful, sue, summon, suppress, surge, survive, sustain, swagger, sweep, swirl, tackle, take, take a hand, take action, take form, take it further, take legal action, take measures, take off, take on, take shape, take steps, take to court, taking, tense, the, then, therefore, thereupon, threshold, tiptoe, tour, traipse, transact, travel, traverse, tread, trek, trickle, trip, trudge, turn, turn to, turn upon, unite, uphold, upspring, valuable, vegetating, velocity, venture upon, voyage, waddle, wag on, wage, walk, wear on, wend, when, whirl, work, work one's way, work out, yield.

Rhymes for Proceed:

  1. lead, knead, bead, bede, reid, fried, feed, freed, misdeed, reed, deed, secede, swede, lipide, mead, mislead, misread, weed, need, read, precede, bleed, heed, stampede, tweed, breed, succeed, supersede, indeed, plead, creed, recede, impede, meade, cede, greed, speed, seed, keyed;
  2. concede, exceed, agreed, accede, elide, decreed;
  3. intercede, guaranteed, disagreed;

Quotes for Proceed:

  1. If every conceivable precaution is taken at first, one is often too discouraged to proceed at all. Archer J. P. Martin.
  2. A handful of men, inured to war, proceed to certain victory, while on the contrary, numerous armies of raw and undisciplined troops are but multitudes of men dragged to the slaughter. Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus.
  3. Naturally our Government would not consent to such terms, and so the war had to proceed Christiaan Rudolf de Wet.

Idioms of Proceed:

  1. proceed against;
  2. proceed ( from sth) ( to sth);
  3. proceed against sm or sth;