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Pronunciation: [kɒmpˈa͡ʊndɪd] (IPA)

The word "compounded" can be substituted with other similar words to improve the variety and flow of language. Some synonyms for compounded include combined, mixed, blended, fused, amalgamated, and integrated. The term "combined" refers to the merging of separate entities, while "mixed" suggests the inclusion of various elements. "Blended" and "fused" both imply a harmonious integration of components. "Amalgamated" suggests the creation of something entirely new from different parts, and "integrated" emphasizes the seamless combination of multiple aspects into a cohesive whole. Using synonyms such as these can help convey precise and nuanced meanings and make writing more engaging and interesting to read.

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What are the opposite words for compounded?

Compounded is a term used to describe the process of combining two or more things to create a single entity. Its antonyms are words that refer specifically to the opposite of combining or mixing. One common antonym for compounded is "separated," which means to divide or disconnect. Another antonym is "disharmonious," which refers to something that does not blend well together. A third antonym is "isolated," which means to be set apart or removed from others. These antonyms help to emphasize the opposite of what compounded represents, and are useful in describing situations where things are not actually being combined.

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Usage examples for Compounded

It followed him beyond the tomb to throw one more element of the bizarre into his strangely compounded history.
"Contemporary Socialism"
John Rae
The same amount of money, put out in mortgages, with the interest added and compounded, will develop wealth greater than the average vacant property investment, for where one lot soars up to a high price there are a hundred that don't increase at all, and the picking out of the lot that is going to increase in value is as hard as picking out the horse that is going to win the race.
"Dollars and Sense"
Col. Wm. C. Hunter
It is every healthy escape from the conventional and the commonplace, which are also defective life; and this is why we find in his men and women those vivid, various, and subtly compounded motives and feelings, which make our contact with them a slight, but continuous electric shock.
"A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)"
Mrs. Sutherland Orr

Famous quotes with Compounded

  • Chaos is inherent in all compounded things. Strive on with diligence.
  • A key to my thinking has always been the almost fanatical belief that what I was engaged in was a literary art form. That belief was compounded out of ego and necessity, I guess, a combination of the two.
    Will Eisner
  • And those are the Rich, who transmit what they have to their Posterity; whereby particular Families become rich; and of such are compounded Cities, Countries, Nations, etc.
    Dudley North
  • Abraham Lincoln was self-educated. His curriculum included Shakespeare, the Bible, Euclid and the Declaration of Independence, the monuments to the freedom of the human soul, the possession not of western man, but of a humanity compounded of all colors and every condition. In Independence Hall on February 22, 1861, Lincoln asked what it was, above all else, that went forth to the world on July 4, 1776. It was not, he said, the mere matter of the separation of the colonies from the motherland, but something in that Declaration giving hope to the world for all future time. The declaration gave promise that in due time the weights would be lifted from the shoulders of all men, and that all would have an equal chance. These are the principles upon which the Republican Party must stand, in 1996 no less than in 1860.
    Harry V. Jaffa
  • Our difficulty in pursuing a rational foreign policy in the Middle East—or anywhere else—is compounded by the fact that we ourselves, as a nation, seem to be as confused as the Iraqis concerning the possibility of non-tyrannical majority rule. We continue to enjoy the practical benefits of political institutions founded upon the convictions of our Founding Fathers and Lincoln, but there is little belief in God-given natural rights, which are antecedent to government, and which define and limit the purpose of government. Virtually no one prominent today, in the academy, in law, or on government, subscribes to such beliefs. Indeed, the climate of opinion of our intellectual elites is one of violent hostility to any notion of a rational foundation for political morality. We, in short, engaged in telling others to accept the forms of our own political institutions, without any reference to the principles or convictions that give rise to those institutions.
    Harry V. Jaffa

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