What is another word for extramural?

82 synonyms found


[ ˈɛkstɹəmjˌʊɹə͡l], [ ˈɛkstɹəmjˌʊɹə‍l], [ ˈɛ_k_s_t_ɹ_ə_m_j_ˌʊ_ɹ_əl]

Extramural is a word that describes activities or studies that take place outside of normal school or work hours, often in a recreational context. Synonyms for extramural could include after-school, extracurricular, outside-of-work, non-academic, recreational, or leisurely. These terms all describe activities that occur outside of a traditional school or work schedule and may be voluntarily undertaken. Extracurricular and non-academic are more specific terms that describe extra activities related to school, while outside-of-work and recreational are broader terms that could include any type of free-time activity. Regardless of the specific synonym used, all of these terms are useful in describing activities that occur outside of normal obligations.

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What are the hypernyms for Extramural?

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  • Other hypernyms:

    off-campus, non-university.

What are the opposite words for extramural?

The word "extramural" refers to activities or classes that take place outside of a university or college. Some antonyms for "extramural" could be "intramural" which refers to activities or classes that take place within a university or college, "academic" which refers to activities or classes that are purely educational in nature, or "in-house" which refers to activities or classes that are conducted within a particular organization. Additionally, "domestic" could serve as an antonym for "extramural" when referring to activities or classes that take place within one's own country or locality, as opposed to international or remote locations.

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Usage examples for Extramural

There is something very peculiar in the first appearance of a walled city that has no suburbs or extramural adjuncts.
"The Bertrams"
Anthony Trollope
With one or two other young friends of a like mind, he was accustomed to spend the dinner-hour in what might be called extramural studies-rowing over to the island below the bridge against the tide and coming back gloriously with the current; assisting the salmon-fishers to draw their nets and gather the silver spoil; in the happy snow-time raiding the playground of a rival school when the boys were away, and leaving insulting remarks wrought in snow; or attending the drill of the cavalry on the South Meadow.
"Young Barbarians"
Ian Maclaren
No wonder they found this a pleasant residence, for it is to-day one of the most attractive of all summer resorts; so inviting, indeed, that those who know it do not like to say too much about it, lest the swarms of tourists should make it unendurable to those who love it for itself, and not as a centre of fashionable display and extramural cockneyism.
"A Mortal Antipathy"
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.

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