125 synonyms found


[tˈə͡ʊld], [tˈə‍ʊld], [t_ˈəʊ_l_d]

Synonyms for Told:

reported (verb)

accounted, chronicled, described, journalized, logged, narrated, portrayed, recorded, recounted, reported, retold, stated, summarized, tabled.

Other synonyms and related words:

acknowledge, added to, admit, advised, affirm, allege, answer the helm, apparent, assert, attend to orders, attest, avow, be -obedient, bear obedience to, betray, called, claim, clear, comply, confess, conspicuous, contend, corroborate, curse, cuss, dead letter, declare, discernible, distinct, divulged, do one's bidding, drift, dum spiro spero, emphasize, empty sound, enlightened, enunciate, espouse, establish, evident, explained, fabled, got to know, guarantee, had, hit on, identify, imparted, infer, inform, informed, instructed, justify, latet scintillula forsan, led to, legendary, let know, literal, made out, manifest, mentioned, mythical, narrate, nil desperandum, noticeable, notified, numbered, obey, obvious, open, oral, ordered, ordered people around, overt, passed the word, plain, pointed out, put on, relate, related, require, revealed verbally, rumored, said, sang, sent for, serve faithfully, showed, snitched, speak, spero meliora, spoken, submit, swear, tattled, tell, telling, thed praises of, thought highly, threw, threw away, traditional, trained, turned back on, turned on, unwritten, urged on, verbal, visible, vocal, warned.

Rhymes for Told:

  1. strolled, polled, bowled, old, gold, tolled, cold, bold, scold, rolled, mould, fold, mold, sold, hold, doled;
  2. uphold, twofold, cajoled, remold, enrolled, withhold, consoled, behold, unsold, unfold, paroled, enfold, foretold, untold, extolled, controlled;
  3. undersold, uncontrolled, oversold;

Quotes for Told:

  1. I know from my constituency what is going on. Doctors that are told begged, by mothers, 'Please don't write down that my child as asthma. Please lie and say it's bronchitis, because if you write down asthma, when my child turns 18 or 20 and has to get his or her own insurance, it will be a pre -existing condition.' Barbara Boxer.
  2. Since I was a kid, he's told me to learn from his mistakes. Scott Caan.
  3. My first name- I have no middle name- was chosen by my father, as he told me, on that solitary walk in the forested hills. He selected it from a verse of the seventh chapter of Isaiah; there was no Immanuel among our ancestors known to him. Immanuel Velikovsky.

Idioms of Told:

  1. little bird told me;
  2. A little bird told me ( so).;
  3. I told you so!;