thumb

303 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[θˈʌm], [θˈʌm], [θ_ˈʌ_m]
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Synonyms for Thumb:

thumb (noun)

finger, flick, flip, hitch, hitchhike, leaf, ovolo, pollex, quarter round, riff, riffle.

Other synonyms and related words:

Cam, Pygmy, Vilipend, absence of rule, accept, agitate, all thumbs, alternate, analyze, annulary, antenna, apprehend, approach, approve, approve of, association, astrology, at a venture, atomy, authority, awkward, be contemptuous of, big toe, boss, break, browse, buck, bull nose, bungling, butter-fingered, cack-handed, call names, catch, catch a ride, champ the bit, chit, cleave, click, clumsy, cock-sparrow, cockle, color, come in contact, come into possession, con over, consider, constrained, contemn, cope, dactyl, dactylion, dandiprat, dapperling, dependent, deride, digit, diminutive, dip into, disapprove, disapprove of, discompose, dismiss, disparage, dispraise, doll, dominate, downtrodden, drop, dwarf, eating out of, echinus, elevator box, elf, empiricism, enslaved, enter into possession, exiguous, experimentally, failure, faith supposition, feel, feel of, feeler, feudal, feudatory, figure, finger, fingering, flash intermittently, flicker, fling dirt, flip out, flip over, flip through, flip-flop, flout, footling, forefinger, frown, fumble, gauntlet, get, get at, get hold of, get the whip, glance at, glance over, glove, gnarl, gnash, govern, grabble, grind one's teeth, grope, growl, ham-fisted, hand, hand digit, hand part, handle, have the whip, heave, henpecked, hitch a lift, hitch a ride, hitch rides, hitching aid, hobble, hold in hand, hold one's own, homunculus, hook a ride, human digit, hunch, hurl, hurtle, in harness, in leading strings, in subjection to, inch, index, index finger, indulge in personalities, infinitesimal, insignificant, instinct, interchange, intuition, jeer at, keep under, knit the brow, law, leaf through, liable, limp, little, little finger, look black, look daggers, lord it over, lower, make faces, make mouths, maladroit, manikin, manipulate, mannikin, measure of length, medius, middle finger, miniature, minimus, mitten, mock, moulding, niggling, nip, obedient, ok, okay, on the hip, on trial, ordinance, outstanding person, overawe, overborne, override, overrule, overwhelmed, palm, palpate, palpus, parasitical, pass, paw, peruse, petite, petty, piddling, piffling, pigmy, pigwidgeon, pinkie, pitch, play first fiddle, plaything of, ply, point at, poke, poke at, pore over, pout, premonition, preponderate, presentiment, prod, puny, puppet, puppet of, read, rebuff, redden, regularity, reject, rend apart, requirement, ring finger, ripple, ruffle, rule the roost, rules and regulations, run through, scan, scoff at, scorn, scowl, set the fashion, severity, shed, shine unsteadily, show one's teeth, skim, sky, slave to, slight, small, snap, snarl, speak slightingly of, spell, sport of, stipendiary, stipulate for, subject, subjected, subordinate, supersintuition, superstition, switch, take possession, take the lead, tap, tappet, tar and feather, tear apart, teeny, throw, throw dirt, thrum, thumb through, thumbless, thumbs, tiny, too many cooks, toss, touch, treat, turn down, turn over, tweedle, twiddle, under control, under one's command, under one's orders, under the lash, urchin, vilify, wade through, wear the breeches, welcome, wield, wrappedround little finger.

Rhymes for Thumb:

  1. gum, chum, hum, glum, mum, bum, scum, drum, crumb, sum, slum, strum, some, from, numb, come, plumb, dumb, plum, rum;
  2. succumb, become, alum;

Quotes for Thumb:

  1. Not to oversimplify it, somebody once said a good rule of thumb in interpreting a character is to find the good in the bad people that you portray and the bad in the good. Gabriel Byrne.
  2. We had to go all through the night thinking that our baby was dead. When God showed him to us, he wasn't dead, he was sucking his thumb God had him safe and sound. He is a miracle. He is so healthy, so perfect, and God has really, really blessed us. Barbara Mandrell.
  3. If you send up a weather vane or put your thumb up in the air every time you want to do something different, to find out what people are going to think about it, you're going to limit yourself. That's a very strange way to live. Jessye Norman.

Idioms of Thumb:

  1. thumb through sth;
  2. stick out like a sore thumb
  3. stand/ stick out like a sore thumb