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vibrations

81 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[va͡ɪbɹˈe͡ɪʃənz], [va‍ɪbɹˈe‍ɪʃənz], [v_aɪ_b_ɹ_ˈeɪ_ʃ_ə_n_z]
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Synonyms for Vibrations:

vibrations (noun)

vibes.

Other synonyms and related words:

ambiance, ambience, ardour, atmosphere, aura, beats, chills, chord, concern, connotation, echo, electricity, empathy, energy, excitement, feeling, fervency, flavour, fluctuations, flutters, frissons, hums, identification, implication, impulses, intensity, involvement, jiggles, karma, librations, movements, murmur, oscillations, overtone, palpitations, pathos, premonition, pulsations, pulses, quakes, quavers, quiverings, quivers, resonances, response, ripples, sense, shakes, shakings, sharing, shivers, shudders, subcurrent, suggestion, swings, sympathy, tendency, tenor, tenseness, tension, thrills, tinge, tingles, transients, trembles, tremblings, tremolos, tremors, trend, trepidations, undercurrent, undertone, undulations, verve, vibrant, vibraphone, vibrated, vibrating, vibration, wobbles.

Rhymes for Vibrations:

  1. stations, nations;
  2. locations, creations, mutations, gyrations, notations, citations, rotations, durations, donations, vocations, sensations, translations, temptations, frustrations, ovations, dalmatians, quotations, formations, privations, relations;
  3. designations, congregations, presentations, amputations, illustrations, violations, affirmations, applications, combinations, ministrations, proclamations, complications, inspirations, decorations, exclamations, speculations, appellations, preparations, imitations, condemnations, transformations, graduations, accusations, stipulations, concentrations, litigations, degradations, estimations, deprivations, operations, separations, incarnations, reputations, expirations, desecrations, correlations, conjugations, reservations, altercations, consultations, limitations, corporations, meditations, fluctuations, federations, adaptations, terminations, aberrations, allocations, recitations, revelations, irritations, occupations, destinations, alterations, appalachians, conversations, declarations, obligations, celebrations, compensations, invitations, simulations, implications, restorations, resignations, demonstrations, motivations, circulations, calculations, computations, emanations, oscillations, allegations, inclinations, populations, situations, formulations, explanations, consecrations, delegations, aspirations, observations, publications, expectations, connotations, generations, deviations, duplications, machinations, confrontations, elevations, medications, confirmations, explorations, fabrications, cancellations, valuations, variations, indications;
  4. discolorations, magnifications, representations, manifestations, insinuations, exaggerations, incorporations, examinations, anticipations, denunciations, communications, miscalculations, consolidations, interpretations, organizations, modifications, appropriations, accreditations, mobilizations, expropriations, evaluations, evacuations, associations, negotiations, improvisations, commemorations, determinations, preoccupations, considerations, inaugurations, deliberations, humiliations, interrogations, qualifications, denominations, classifications, congratulations, solicitations, imaginations, accumulations, approximations, justifications, certifications, affiliations, reverberations, configurations, originations, recommendations, pronunciations, investigations, authorizations, accommodations;
  5. misrepresentations, identifications, characterizations;

Quotes for Vibrations:

  1. The world is never quiet, even its silence eternally resounds with the same notes, in vibrations which escape our ears. As for those that we perceive, they carry sounds to us, occasionally a chord, never a melody. Albert Camus.
  2. In every man's heart there is a secret nerve that answers to the vibrations of beauty. Christopher Morley.
  3. There is something very basic to the sense of listening. The sense of hearing is the only one that operates totally from vibrations without other physical or chemical reactions to receive the sensations. Henry Reed.
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