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understood

312 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ˌʌndəstˈʊd], [ˌʌndəstˈʊd], [ˌʌ_n_d_ə_s_t_ˈʊ_d]
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Synonyms for Understood:

believed (verb)

accepted, affirmed, assented, assumed, believed, concluded, credited, declared, deemed, gathered, gave faith, given faith, held, judged, maintained, presumed, professed, put faith in, supposed, surmised, taken for granted, took for granted, trusted.

knew (verb)

comprehended, discerned, grasped, knew, known, perceived, recognized.

learned (verb)

absorbed, assimilated, digested, discovered, gleaned, learned, mastered, read, realized, studied.

Other synonyms and related words:

Inferable, Popularized, ability, absolute, accept, accounted as, accredited, accustomary, accustomed, achieve, acknowledged, acquire, admitted, affect, affection, agreed, alleged, allowed, allusive, anxiety, apperception, appreciated, appreciation, apprehend, apprehended, apprehension, arranged, ascertained, assume, assumptive, attain, awareness, axiomatic, basic, become, behold, belief, believe, brought out, brought up, by implication, by inference, can, capability, capacity, catch, caught up, caution, clear, cognition, cognizance, common, commonplace, comprehend, comprehended, comprehensible, comprehension, concealed, conceded, conceive, conceived, concept, conception, conjectured, consciousness, consideration, constructive, consuetudinary, conventional, could, couth, covenanted, covert, crooked, crystal clear, current, customary, daylight, delitescent, dense, dim, discern, discernment, discover, discretion, discrimination, distinguish, down pat, dull, dumb, earn, easy, easy to understand, effective, elementary, emotion, enter, essential, established, everyday, expect, familiar, feel, feeling, fixed, folk, for the million, frequent, fulfill, gain, general, get, given, got off, got rid of, got to, granted, habitual, hallowed, heard, heroic, hoary, household, idea, immemorial, implicit, implied, impression, imprint, inarticulate, inaudible, incommunicative, indirect, inexplicit, inferential, inferred, information, inherent, insight, intelligence, intelligible, interpret, interpreted, intuitive, inveterate, jog, judgment, ken, kicked off, kindly, know, knowledge, latent, learn, legendary, let down, let out, long-established, long-standing, lucid, managed to, motionless, muffled, mum, mute, mythological, noiseless, notion, observation, obvious, of course, of daily occurrence, of everyday occurrence, of long standing, of the folk, oral, ordinary, passion, pat, perceive, perception, perform, perspicuity, placid, plain, postulated, postulational, practical, predicated, predicted, prehended, premised, prescriptive, presumptive, presupposed, prevailing, prevalent, pulled out, putative, quiet, realised, realize, received, recognised, recognize, regular, reputed, reticent, roger, rooted, said, see, seized, set, settled, silent, simple, soundless, speechless, steganographic, stereotyped, still, stock, straightforward, stuck out, suppositional, supposititious, suppositive, tacit, taken, thought, time-honored, time-honoured, traditional, tried and true, trite, trot, true-blue, uncomplicated, undeclared, underground, underhand, understand, understandable, understandingly, undoubting, unexpressed, unhesitating, uninvolved, unquestioning, unsaid, unsophisticated, unsounded, unspeaking, unspoken, unstated, unuttered, unvoiced, unwritten, usual, venerable, vernacular, virtual, voiceless, was able, well-known, well-trodden, wise to, wonted, wordless, worked out, worshipful.

Rhymes for Understood:

  1. hood, wood, good, could, stood, should;
  2. withstood;
  3. misunderstood;

Quotes for Understood:

  1. I think Karl Rove saw that in George W. Bush early on and understood the impact that he could have on Texas politics and probably on national politics. Ed Gillespie.
  2. The Constitution was written by 55 educated and highly intelligent men in Philadelphia in 1787, but it was written so that it could be understood by people of limited education and modest intelligence. John Jay Hooker.
  3. I was the true future. I understood Communism better than they did. Elia Kazan.

Idioms of Understood:

  1. make yourself understood
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