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308 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ɹ_ɪ_p_ɹ_ˈiː_v], [ɹɪpɹˈiːv], [ɹɪpɹˈiːv]
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Synonyms for Reprieve:

dismissal (noun) forgiveness (noun) freedom (noun) interruption (noun) liberation (noun) dismiss (verb) forgive (verb) free (verb) interrupt (verb) liberate (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Reprieve:

  • retreive,
  • retreieve,
  • reterive,
  • repetivive,
  • repetive,
  • repreative,
  • reserive,
  • recupritive,
  • boceprevir,
  • reprive,
  • receriver,
  • repitive,
  • retireive,
  • recerive,
  • retreiev,
  • retrieave,
  • repeitive,
  • repreave,
  • repetiive,
  • retirieve,
  • resrve,
  • repoire,
  • represe,
  • retrieive,
  • represitive,
  • retrive,
  • rerieve,
  • resirovor,
  • retireve,
  • represive,
  • repairative,
  • reapprove,
  • topreview,
  • preapprove,
  • repreive,
  • reterieve,
  • resereve,
  • retrevie,
  • repetivie,
  • riverivew,
  • reptive,
  • retreave,
  • deprieve,
  • repative,
  • retriev,
  • resreve,
  • depreive,
  • rechrever,
  • repreived,
  • retreve,
  • repreve,
  • recrive,
  • riptive,
  • reeptive,
  • repertive,
  • repettive,
  • reprived,
  • repusive,
  • reputive,
  • retreeve,
  • retreivie.

Rhymes for Reprieve:

  1. peeve, grieve, eve, reave, heave, greave, weave, cleave, leave, sleeve;
  2. deceive, conceive, achieve, aggrieve, relieve, receive, geneve, retrieve, believe, aleve, naive, perceive;
  3. interweave, misperceive, misconceive, disbelieve;

Quotes for Reprieve:

  1. Do not be misled by the fact that you are at liberty and relatively free; that for the moment you are not under lock and key: you have simply been granted a reprieve Ryszard Kapuscinski.
  2. We are not cured of alcoholism. What we have is a daily reprieve contingent on the maintenance of our spiritual condition. Every day is a day when we must carry the vision of God's will into all of our daily activities. William Griffith Wilson.
  3. I had been living with dialysis for three years or so, and the new kidney felt like a reprieve a new gift of life. I felt alive again and I guess that has had an effect on my use of colour. Peter Wright.

Adjectives for Reprieve:

  • unexplained, last-second,
  • unexpected and imponderable,
  • rare and amazing,
  • equally miraculous,
  • unusual and special,
  • one-night,
  • six-year,
  • such wholesale,
  • twelve-hour,
  • one-year,
  • three-hour,
  • two-week,
  • six-month,
  • twenty-year,
  • imponderable,
  • two-day,
  • long-awaited,
  • three-day,
  • more frequent,
  • unequivocal,
  • restful,
  • unexplained,
  • short-lived,
  • blissful,
  • softer,
  • administrative,
  • helpful,
  • unwelcome,
  • stunning,
  • shameful,
  • wholesale,
  • gracious,
  • fragile,
  • slightest,
  • civil,
  • brutal,
  • potential,
  • impossible,
  • infinite,
  • peaceful,
  • generous,
  • subsequent,
  • apparent,
  • artificial,
  • unusual,
  • frequent,
  • fatal,
  • immediate,
  • physical,
  • cruel,
  • gentle,
  • rare,
  • special,
  • simple,
  • mere,
  • last, partial,
  • virtually foolproof,
  • happier, eternal,
  • threehour,
  • long and incomprehensible,
  • poor temporary,
  • sudden, shocking,
  • least temporary,
  • long-hoped-for,
  • last-second,
  • fifty-year,
  • three-minute,
  • four-day,
  • one-day,
  • foolproof,
  • conditional,
  • fortuitous,
  • unauthorized,
  • unbelievable,
  • insulting,
  • happier,
  • precarious,
  • belated,
  • uneasy,
  • shocking,
  • scant,
  • irresistible,
  • comparative,
  • good-natured,
  • grateful,
  • uncertain,
  • dramatic,
  • casual,
  • glad,
  • imaginary,
  • ultimate,
  • definite,
  • formal,
  • weird,
  • sufficient,
  • extensive,
  • eternal,
  • total,
  • false,
  • imperial,
  • miserable,
  • happy,
  • personal,
  • clear,
  • royal,
  • similar,
  • important,
  • fresh,
  • last,
  • entire,
  • best,
  • imaginable,
  • puzzling,
  • automatic,
  • desperate,
  • solitary,
  • permanent,
  • sad,
  • bloody,
  • wonderful,
  • least,
  • strange,
  • single,
  • hazy,
  • transient,
  • incomprehensible,
  • fortunate,
  • signal,
  • magical,
  • comfortable,
  • precious,
  • same brief,
  • merciful,
  • minor,
  • past,
  • injurious,
  • joyful,
  • amazing,
  • fleeting,
  • wondrous,
  • possible,
  • full,
  • present,
  • limited,
  • sweet,
  • indefinite,
  • miraculous,
  • welcome,
  • slight,
  • quick,
  • long,
  • eleventh-hour,
  • glorious,
  • final,
  • further,
  • partial,
  • momentary,
  • sudden,
  • last-minute,
  • unexpected,
  • brief,
  • short,
  • temporary.
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