What is another word for hammock?

Pronunciation: [hˈamək] (IPA)

Hammocks are an outdoor furniture item that is commonly used to relax and unwind. Other synonyms for hammocks can include swing, sway, and slung bed. A hammock is typically made of fabric or rope that is suspended between two points. Other synonyms may include a suspended cot, hanging bed, or a hanging chair. Whether you're relaxing by the pool, on the patio, or in the backyard, a hammock is a perfect addition to any outdoor area. Different styles and designs of hammocks are available, so whether you're looking to sleep, read a book, or simply relax, there's a hammock perfect for everyone.

What are the hypernyms for Hammock?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the hyponyms for Hammock?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.
  • hyponyms for hammock (as nouns)

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Usage examples for Hammock

And you, Fremont, said Dr. Harford, as the six left behind settled back in their chairs and hammock for a good half-hour review of Mrs. Caswell and her mischief-making.
"The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories"
Charles Weathers Bump
It was not wide enough for a rocking-chair, to say nothing of swinging a hammock.
"Lonesome Land"
B. M. Bower
For five months, at the least, I must sleep in a hammock instead of a bed; the sky must be my ceiling, and the sea my floor.
"A Lady's Captivity among Chinese Pirates in the Chinese Seas"
Fanny Loviot

Famous quotes with Hammock

  • I like to sit in my backyard. I go out on the hammock and sit in silence and kind of meditate. Nature is calming, and it's nice to go out there and clear my head.
    Devon Werkheiser
  • While sleeping in a hammock, with the touch of a warm wind we remember why we are in love with the life!
    Mehmet Murat ildan
  • “For remember,” he said, “that it is altogether your world now. You and all the rest. We have delivered you from evil, but the evil that is inside men is at the last a matter for men to control. The responsibility and the hope and the promise are in your hands—your hands and the hands of the children of all men on this earth. The future cannot blame the present, just as the present cannot blame the past. The hope is always here, always alive, but only your fierce caring can fan it into a fire to warm the world.” His voice rang out over the mountain, more impassioned than any of them had ever heard a voice before, and they stood quiet as standing stones, listening. “For Drake is no longer in his hammock, children, nor is Arthur somewhere sleeping, and you may not lie idly expecting the second coming of anybody now, because the world is yours and it is up to you. Now especially since man has the strength to destroy this world, it is the responsibility of man to keep it alive, in all its beauty and marvellous joy.”
    Susan Cooper
  • But me they'll lash me in hammock, drop me deep. Fathoms down, fathoms down, how I'll dream fast asleep. I feel it stealing now. Sentry, are you there? Just ease this darbies at the wrist, and roll me over fair, I am sleepy, and the oozy weeds about me twist.
    Herman Melville
  • Drake, he's in his hammock till the great Armadas come, (Captain, art tha sleepin' there below?) Slung atween the roundshot, list'ning for the drum, And dreamin' arl the time o' Plymouth Hoe.
    Henry Newbolt

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