What is another word for Membered?

Pronunciation: [mˈɛmbəd] (IPA)

"Membered" refers to something having or possessing members. Synonyms for "membered" include "parted", "segmented", "divided", "joined", "connected" and "attached". These synonyms reflect the idea of something being composed of individual parts or pieces that are linked together. "Segmented" suggests a clear separation of parts, while "joined" and "connected" emphasize the interdependence of the individual pieces. "Attached" refers to something that is affixed to or connected with another object. All of these synonyms help to convey the concept of something that is made up of individual components that work together as a unified whole, suggesting a sense of cohesion, unity, and structure.

What are the hypernyms for Membered?

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

    being composed of members, containing members, having members, having parts.

What are the opposite words for Membered?

The term "membered" is used to describe something that has a certain number of members or components. Its antonyms are words that describe the opposite of that meaning. There are several antonyms for "membered," such as "unmembered," "uninhabited," "unpopulated," and "solitary." These words are often used to describe things that lack members or components, like the unpopulated areas of a city or the solitary life of a hermit. Additionally, the antonyms of "membered" can be used to describe things that do not require a certain number of members, such as solitary sports or hobbies that do not depend on a team.

What are the antonyms for Membered?

Usage examples for Membered

In fact, there can't be,' he said abruptly, as if the words were the mere torso of a many-Membered thought that had existed complete in his head.
"Desperate Remedies"
Thomas Hardy
This was in the days when it was a three-Membered constituency.
"The Life Story of an Old Rebel"
John Denvir
Delicately Membered, and yet nervously and muscularly strong; kept in a perfection of care, and graceful as it was firm in movement; yet ready, she knew, to plunge itself into anything where human want or human trouble called for its help.
"A Letter of Credit"
Susan Warner

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