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What is another word for went?

132 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[w_ˈɛ_n_t], [wˈɛnt], [wˈɛnt]
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Synonyms for Went:

departed (verb) disappeared (verb) moved (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Went:

  1. rent, relent, bent, descent, brent, invent, indent, intent, scent, tent, gent, tashkent, percent, repent, represent, segment, sent, unsent, spent, underwent, torment, dissent, lent, dent, unspent, event, ghent, kent, present, supplement, ferment, vent, meant, resent, extent, lament, pent, cent, prevent;
  2. augment, accent, cement, ascent, assent, consent, content;
  3. discontent, occident, malcontent, circumvent;
  4. misrepresent;

Quotes for Went:

  1. That's when we was makin this video stuff. They went all over the place makin it. And they was wantin to know, at the college, how I got started playin and how do I do everything- you know, all that. Hasil Adkins.
  2. So to that extent that was a very sharp reminder a few months out from the election that we weren't performing in the eyes of the public to the level that they wanted if they were going to re -elect us. So we went out and were much more upfront on issues. Jim Bolger.
  3. It was he who impressed, time and again, the necessity of singing as nature intended, and- I remember- he constantly warned, don't let the public know that you work. So I went slowly. I never forced the voice. Enrico Caruso.

Idioms of Went:

  1. They went that a'way;
  2. went/ had gone out with the ark;
  3. went out with the ark;

Adjectives for Went:

  • buxom,
  • funeral,
  • eenmaal,
  • vooral,
  • pious,
  • al,
  • other, downward,
  • bad better,
  • full merry,
  • heavenward,
  • winsome,
  • thickest,
  • truthful,
  • downward,
  • expectant,
  • heathen,
  • passionate,
  • merry,
  • weary,
  • peaceful,
  • faithful,
  • glorious,
  • male,
  • present,
  • other,
  • black-bearded,
  • sibilant,
  • glum,
  • fearless,
  • cool,
  • further,
  • huge,
  • straight,
  • chief.
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