zone

364 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[zˈə͡ʊn], [zˈə‍ʊn], [z_ˈəʊ_n]
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Synonyms for Zone:

regional (adjective)

colonial, commonwealth, divisional, local, national, provincial, regional, territorial.

area (noun)

acre, area, district, domain, hectare, patch, region, rood, section, sector, territory.

extent (noun)

acreage, dimension, extent, field, leeway, length, measure, neighborhood, plane, plateau, range, reach, room, scale, scope, space, span, stretch, volume.

portion (noun)

allotment, allowance, bit, budget, chunk, commission, compartment, cut, dividend, division, fraction, half, helping, interest, lot, member, parcel, part, partition, percentage, piece, portion, proportion, quantum, quota, ration, segment, share, slice, split, stake, stock, subdivision.

quarter (noun)

locale, quarter.

region (noun)

Shire, bailiwick, beat, borough, canton, circuit, city, colony, commonweal, country, county, duchy, dukedom, earldom, empire, kingdom, locality, municipality, nation, place, plot, precinct, province, realm, riding, state, town, tract.

portion (verb)

allot, allow, apportion, compartmentalize, dismember, divide, halve, subdivide.

Other synonyms and related words:

CENTRE, Purlieu, Tyre, address, administer, air space, and, annulet, annulus, apogee, apprehend, areola, armlet, arrondissement, baldric, band, barometer, bed, bedding, beefy, belt, belted, beset, besiege, bind, bit bucket, block, board, border, bracelet, brawny, bring, burly, center, cestus, chaplet, chapter, check, cinch, cincture, cingle, cingulum, circle, circlet, circumscribe, clasp, climate, clime, collar, compass, confine, confines, consider, consists of, constrain, contrate wheel, cordon, core, corona, coronet, corridor, course, crown, crown wheel, cummerbund, cut up, cycle, deck, declare, demesne, department, dependency ordependancy, describe, dess, destination, diameter, diaphragm, dictate, differentiate, direction, discern, discriminate, distinguish, divvy up, dominion, drug, earring, ecliptic, encircle, enclosure, encompass, environs, equator, equinox, escarpment, expanse, eye, fascia, fillet, flag, flagstone, floor, gallery, garland, geographical zone, gird, girdle, girt, girth, glass, govern, great circle, ground, heart, heartland, hefty, hinterland, hoarse, hoop, horse latitudes, hub, husky, in, inclosure, interior, inversion, island, jurisdiction, kernel, laclime, land, lasso, lassoo, latitude, layer, ledge, letterhead, level, limit, location, longitude, loop, lusty, mean, median, meridian, microclimate, midmost, midriff, midst, milieu, muscular, nave, neck of the woods, necklace, neglect, neighbourhood, noose, nose ring, nucleus, orb, orbit, parallel, parcel out, part of dmz, partition off, parts, perigee, perimeter, period, plank, platter, point, postal delivery area, powerful, precincts, premises, purlieus, quoit, regularize, restrain, ring, ringlet, robust, roundlet, rundle, salient, sash, screen off, seam, seasonable, seasonal, sectional, separate off, shelf, sky, slab, snood, soil, soil horizon, spell, sphere, split up, spot, stage, stalwart, step, story, stout, strapping, strata, stratum, strip, stripe, strong, sturdy, substrata, substratum, subtropics, superscription, surround, swath, table, tablet, temperate, terrain, thick, thickness, tier, time area, topsoil, trajectory, trencher, tropics, turf, twine, underlayer, vernacular, vernal equinox, vicinage, vicinity, waist, waistband, waistline, ward, weather, weathercock, wheel, windsock, wreath, wreathe, wristband, zodiac, zona, zonal.

Rhymes for Zone:

  1. cone, sown, cohn, lone, hone, drone, known, grown, loan, crone, sewn, moan, mon, shone, throne, phone, bone, roan, prone, clone, tone, thrown, scone, groan, own, rhone, blown, shown, stone;
  2. trombone, homegrown, atone, hipbone, condone, unknown, bemoan, alone, malone, intone, disown, cologne, dethrone, postpone, cyclone, capone;
  3. overblown, unbeknown, calderon, bourguignon, overthrown, overgrown;

Quotes for Zone:

  1. When I feel like I'm doing my best work, there is a bit of a freedom, a bit of flight that you're not so much losing yourself but you're sort of in the zone Chris Cooper.
  2. There is a comfort zone of knowing where things are going and having characters in place, but the action gets more and more dramatic and is very challenging to describe. Jerry B. Jenkins.
  3. You can easily die racing to cover a bank robbery as you can in a war zone Jessica Savitch.

Idioms of Zone:

  1. zone sth as sth;
  2. zone sth off;
  3. twilight zone