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[skˈatə], [skˈatə], [s_k_ˈa_t_ə]

Synonyms for Scatter:

derange (verb)

agitate, blur, botch, capsize, churn, clutter, confound, confuse, convulse, derange, disarrange, discompose, dishevel, dislocate, disorder, disorganize, displace, disturb, ferment, hash, jumble, meddle, mess, mislay, misplace, mix-up, muddle, muss, perturb, ripple, roil, roughen, ruffle, rummage, rumple, scramble, swirl, tamper, toss, tousle, trouble, tumble, upset, whip, whisk.

disperse (verb)

disband, dispense, disperse, disseminate, dissipate, distribute.

scatter (verb)

detach, diffract, diffuse, disburse, disconnect, disintegrate, dissolve, diverge, dole, evanesce, evaporate, radiate, refract, separate.

Other synonyms and related words:

active, adjourn, aliene, all possessed, amplify, annihilate, apartment, apportion, arch, arch over, arcuate, aside, assiduous, asunder, atomise, atomize, back, backtrack, baffle, banquet, be dispelled, be over, be wronged, bed cover, bed covering, bedcover, bedspread, befuddle, bemuse, bend, bent wood, bereft of reason, beside oneself, bespangle, bespangled, bespeckle, besprinkle, bestrew, bewilder, bias, blast, blow, blow away, blow off, blow to smithereens, blow up, bomb, bow, branch out, breach, break, break apart, break down, break into pieces, break to pieces, break-up, broadcast, brush away, busy, calve, careless, cast, cast adrift, cast behind, cast forth, cattle farm, cattle ranch, cement, change, chase away, chop into pieces, circularise, circularize, circulate, circumfuse, clinch a question, clinch an argument, collapse, come apart, concamerate, confute, constellate, controvert, counter order, countermand, counterpane, couple, crack, crack-up, crackbrained, cracked, crash, crazed, crazy, crevice, crock up, crook, crooked wood, crunch, crush, crush under foot, curl, curve, cut into ribbons, cut to pieces, daft, dash, deactivate, deal destruction, deal out, debrief, decentralize, decompose, defeat, deflect, deflection, deflexure, demented, demob, demobilize, demolish, deranged, desolate, destroy, determine, devastate, deviate, devour, difference, diffraction, diffuseness, diffusion, diligent, disappear, disarray, disassemble, disband, discard, discharge, discomfit, disconfirm, disembody, disject, disjoin, disjoint, dismantle, dismember, dismiss, disorient, dispel, dispersal, dispersed, dispersion, dispersive, dispread, disprove, disrupt, dissipation, dissociate, distort, distortion, distribute loosely, distribution, disunite, divaricate, divert, divide, do away with, dogleg, dot, dough, draught off, drink up, drive away, drive off, drive out, drum, dump, dust, ease, ease off, emanate, enlarge, eradicate, excellent, exceptional, excessive, exhaust, expand, expend, explode, expose, exquisite, extend, exterminate, extinguish, extravagant, facing pages, fall, fan out, feast, few, file off, fission, fissure, flabby, flaccid, fleck, flection, flex, flexure, flight, fling, fly off, focus, fool, fool away, fracture, fragment, fragmentise, fragmentize, free, frenetic, frenzied, frighten, fritter, fritter away, frivol away, frizzle, gamble away, gap, garble, gather, give a present, glance off, glue, go crazy, go off, go separate ways, go through, go with fashion, grind, gum, hairpin, hand round, handful, hang the expense, have, impart, incurvate, inflect, insane, insensate, interfile, intermix, interrupt, intersperse, invalidate, irradiate, isolate, issue, laugh unrestrainedly, lavish, lax, lay waste, lean with pressure, let fall, let go, let out, lift, litter, little, loony, loose, loosen, lunatic, luxurious, mad, mad-brained, maddened, make mincemeat of, maroon, maze, migrate, mild and easy, mince, mine, misarrange, mix, moonstruck, mottle, move outward, muss up, muster out, negative, nightclub, non compos mentis, not, not right, not stay together, off one's head, open, opening, outspread, outstretched, overscatter, oversow, overspread, overthrow, panic, parry, part, part company, pass around, paste, patter, pay, pay in, pay out, pepper, phenomenal, phrenzied, pick, pitter-patter, plant, possessed, pour, pour down, pour forth, pour out, powder, powdered medicine, prodigal, propagate, prostrate, publish, pull, pulverise, pulverize, put out, put to flight, put to rout, put to silence, quarantine, quench, rain gently, ramble, ramify, ranch, ravage, ravage gut, ray, raze, read casually, rearrange, reasonless, rebut, recede, recess, recurve, redargue, reduce to silence, refract light, refraction, refute, relax, release, release ice, remarkable, render curved, render useless, resolve, resperse, retail, retire, retreat, ricochet, round, rout, run away, run off, run through, rush, sap, scattered, scattered radiation, scattering, seed, seize the day, send away, send off, set, set abroach, set asunder, sever, shatter, shatter brained, shatterpated, shed, shift, shine, shiver, shoot, shower, shuffle, shut up, silence, skew, skewness, slack, slack off, slacken, slather, slough, small, smash, smattering, snuff out, sow, sow broadcast, sparge, spatter, speckle, spend, spew, spill, spirtle, splash, splay, splinter, split, split up, splosh, spot, spray, spread, spread head, spread out, spring a mine, sprinkle, sprinkling, squander, squash, squish, stamp out, stampede, stipple, stop the mouth, straggling, strand, straw, strew, strewing, string out, strow, sunder, swallow up, swarm around, sweep away, swerve, take apart, take off in all directions, ted, tetched, throw, throw about, throw around, throw away, throw money around, throw on, throw out, throw overboard, thumb through, tiny, torsion, touched, trample out, trample under foot, tread under foot, turn, turn adrift, turn back, turn outward, turn topsy-turvy, twist, unfold, unglue, unhinged, unleash, unstick, utter, vacancy, vanish, warp, waste, wasteful, wear untidily, wet lightly, widespread, winnow, wonderful, zigzag.

Rhymes for Scatter:

  1. mater, smatter, platter, flatter, hatter, tatar, chatter, natter, clatter, latter, matter, batter, splatter, attar, patter, shatter, tatter, spatter;

Quotes for Scatter:

  1. By cultivating the beautiful we scatter the seeds of heavenly flowers, as by doing good we cultivate those that belong to humanity. Robert A. Heinlein.
  2. The person who doesn't scatter the morning dew will not comb gray hairs. Hunter S. Thompson.
  3. Let my soul smile through my heart and my heart smile through my eyes, that I may scatter rich smiles in sad hearts. Paramahansa Yogananda.

Idioms of Scatter:

  1. scatter about and scatter around;
  2. scatter sth about and scatter sth around;