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writing

454 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ɹˈa͡ɪtɪŋ], [ɹˈa‍ɪtɪŋ], [ɹ_ˈaɪ_t_ɪ_ŋ]
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Synonyms for Writing:

writing (noun)

authorship, calligraphy, composition, correspondence, formulation, ghostwriting, handwriting, journalism, literature, notation, portrayal, recording, rewriting, transcription, typescript.

writing (verb)

composing, corresponding, formulating, portraying, transcribing.

Other synonyms and related words:

Psalter, Scripture, Writings, abecedary, advance, afford, album, alexandrine, alphabet, alphabetic character, analecta, anthology, art, article, artistry, assign, assuage, attestation, authorcraft, autograph, autographic, autography, automatic writing, avaricious, avid, belles-lettres, benign, bestow, big-sounding words, black and white, blank, blueprint, bombast, book, bookish, booklet, bound book, brainchild, brand, bring, brochure, brush and ink, cabinet ministry, cacoethes scribendi, calendar, catch, celebrate, cerography, chap book, character, charactering, characterization, chart, chirograph, chirography, choreography, chronicle, cipher, circular, civil, classic, codex, collectanea, coloring book, column, commemorate, commit, commit to writing, committal to writing, commonplace book, communicate, communication, compilation, complete work, compose, computer printout, conceal, constitution, construct, conventional, conventional representation, convey, copy, correspond, courteous, cover up, covetous, create, creative writing, criticism, critique, cryptogram, cryptograph, cryptography, cultured, cuneiform character, cuttings, dance notation, definitive work, delineating, delineation, deliver, demonstration, depict, depiction, depictment, describe, device, diagram, diary, discover, discussion, disquisition, dithyrambic, docile, docket, document, documental, dossier, draft, drafting, drama, drama-writing, draught, draughtsman, draughty, drawing, eager, easy, edited version, editorial, editorial-writing, elegant, elementary education, elements, enchiridion, endorsement, engrave, engrossment, erudite, essay, essay-writing, excerpta, exemplification, explanation, expository writing, express, extracts, facility in writing, fair copy, feature-writing, fiction, figuration, file, final draft, find, finished version, first draft, flimsy, flowers, folio, form, formal, fugitive pieces, fustian, get, gloss over, gluttonous, graceful, graph, grapheme, graphology, graphomania, graphorrhea, graphospasm, grasping, great work, greedy, hand, hand and seal, handbook, hardback, hieroglyph, hieroglyphic, high-sounding words, holograph, hornbook, humble, iconography, ideogram, illustration, imagery, imaging, in writing, inditement, indorsement, inflation, inform, initiation, ink stick, inscribe, inscription, instrument, intercommunication, interpret, introduction, jot down, journal, juvenile, juvenile book, language, legal document, legal instrument, legal paper, lenient, letter, lettering, letters, lexicographic, lexicographical, lexicography, lexigraphic character, libretto, libretto-writing, limning, limp-cover book, literae scriptae, literary, literary activity, literary art, literary artefact, literary artistry, literary composition, literary power, literary production, literary talent, livret, logogram, logograph, longhand, lucubration, macrology, magnum opus, make, make a note, make a return, manual, manuscript, map, mark, matter, medium, memorandum book, mention, mild, ministerial, minute, monogram, musical notation, non-fiction, nonbook, nonfiction, note, note down, notebook, novel, novel-writing, official document, opus, opuscule, opusculum, original, orthographic, palimpsest, pamphlet, paper, paperback, papers, paraph, parchment, paternity, pen, pencraft, penmanship, penning, penscript, personal file, phonetic character, phonetic symbol, phrasing, pictogram, pictographic character, picture book, picturization, piece, piece of writing, place on record, plagiarism, plan, play, playbook, playwriting, poem, poesy, poetry, polished, polite, portraiture, portray, prayer book, prefigurement, presentment, pretension, primer, print, printed matter, printing, printout, production, prognostic, prognostication, projection, prose, prose run mad, psalmbook, publication, put in writing, put on paper, put on record, putting words down, quill driving, rant, reading matter, ready pen, realization, recension, record, redaction, reduce to writing, reference, refined, reflect, remember, render, rendering, rendition, report, represent, representation, review, revision, roll, rudiments, save, schema, score, scrap book, screed, scribble, scrip, script, scription, scrive, scroll, seal, second draft, secret writing, sections and chapters, serial, sesquipedalia verba, sesquipedality, set down, short-story writing, sigil, sign, sign manual, signature, signet, signing, sketchbook, skill with words, soft-cover, songbook, spicilegium, standard work, stenography, storybook, style, suggest, superscription, syllabary, syllabic, symbol, tablature, take down, take memorandum, take minute, take note, tattoo the face, technical writing, text, texting, theme, these presents, title, tome, tract, tractate, trade book, transcript, treatise, type, typewriting, uncial writing, under one's hand, urbane, used in combination, verse-writing, versification, version, volume, wording, words, words and expressions, work, writ, write, write an option, write back, write out, writing in cipher, written, written character, written material.

Rhymes for Writing:

  1. fighting, slighting, lighting, biting, citing, sighting, whiting;
  2. inciting, exciting, inviting, igniting, uniting, delighting, reciting, rewriting, indicting;
  3. uninviting, unexciting, underwriting;

Quotes for Writing:

  1. I think all writing is done through memory. Guillermo Cabrera Infante.
  2. Teaching writing over the years intrudes on your own writing in important ways, taking away some of the excitement of poetry. Robert Morgan.
  3. There were also some cruel reviews by women, but the tone of the male reviewers, sometimes hysterical, was different. I have suffered, but I don't want to name names -but there have been men who have seemed to want to destroy me or my writing men I don't even know. Marguerite Young.

Idioms of Writing:

  1. in writing
  2. see the writing on the wall;
  3. the handwriting is on the wall, at the writing is on the wall;