What is another word for Natatory?

Pronunciation: [nˈatətəɹˌi] (IPA)

Natatory is an adjective that relates to swimming or aquatic animals. There are a few synonyms that can be used to replace this word while conveying the same meaning. 'Aquatic' and 'marine' are common synonyms that relate to water and swimming. 'Hydrodynamic' and 'aquabatic' can also be used interchangeably with 'natatory' to describe something that functions well in water. 'Swimming' is a more common term that can completely replace the word 'natatory' in certain instances. Overall, these synonyms can be useful for writers and speakers attempting to diversify their vocabulary while still conveying the same aquatic meaning.

What are the hypernyms for Natatory?

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

    aquatic, swimming, water sport, aquatic activity, aquatic exercise, aquatic sport.

Usage examples for Natatory

I had confidence enough in my Natatory powers to make me easy on that score.
"The Boy Tar"
Mayne Reid
When winter set in, Steve's class increased in numbers until in January he was conducting the Natatory education of more than two dozen fellows.
"Left End Edwards"
Ralph Henry Barbour
It was "Old Bill" who was deficient in Natatory prowess: Old Bill the sailor.
"The Boy Slaves"
Mayne Reid

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