What is another word for mounted?

178 synonyms found


[ mˈa͡ʊntɪd], [ mˈa‍ʊntɪd], [ m_ˈaʊ_n_t_ɪ_d]

Mounted is a word that means something is "fixed" or "installed" in a particular position. In other words, it refers to something that is positioned on top of another thing. There are numerous synonyms for the word "mounted," including "attached," "placed," "lodged," and "installed." These terms can be used to describe anything that has been securely attached or positioned in a certain place, whether it's a piece of equipment, a picture frame, or a horse. Choosing the right synonym for "mounted" depends entirely on the context of the sentence and the desired tone. Synonyms are valuable when writing to keep the text original and exciting.

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What are the hypernyms for Mounted?

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What are the hyponyms for Mounted?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.
  • Other hyponyms:

    • n.
      vehicle-mounted, network-mounted.

What are the opposite words for mounted?

Mounted means to be on top of or fixed onto something. The antonyms of 'mounted' are words that mean the opposite. The antonyms for mounted are 'unmounted', 'dismounted' or 'uninstalled'. Unmounted refers to something that is not fixed onto something, while dismounted means the person has come off the horse or bike they were previously riding. On the other hand, uninstalled refers to software or programs that have been removed from a device. By learning antonyms of a word, one can easily understand the context, and identify the nuances of similar words.

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Usage examples for Mounted

Soon they were mounted and traveling up the trail as before, the little pack mule following in the rear.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
Chamis gave the dog food and water, after which all mounted the camels and started with the greatest speed southward.
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz
Mary followed quickly; but before she had secured her horse and mounted, the other was already half-way down the mountain.
"The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
Charles James Lever

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