2 synonyms found
Pronunciation:[ sˈɛʃən kˈʊki], [ sˈɛʃən kˈʊki], [ s_ˈɛ_ʃ_ə_n k_ˈʊ_k_i]
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Synonyms for Session cookie:
Homophones for Session cookie:
- sickness, swan-neck, shining, snick, seasoning, scanning, shamanise, Soochong, seasickness, Shawnee Cake, snook, sonchus, synoecious, schinus, sneak, Simonise, soaking, sinuous, scheming, sea king, summons, Shun Giku, shmoose, sinus, succinic, siemens, skink, skinniness, smoke, Souchong, skewness, swing, smug, seeking, singe, shunning, ski mask, swimming kick, sinning, skunk, skiing, synizesis, synezesis, smokehouse, shnook, song, swimming, sassing, symons, snow goose, sea moss, sameness, songhai, snowshoe, shamash, snug, sangay, smack, sing, sousing, sanies, swinish, soughing, squeamish, shang, senesce, schnoz, shyness, swanneck, sickening, seizing, sunk, schnook, smock, sing-kwa, sync, sucking, synge, so much, sea change, sagging, synechia, schumann-heink, synoicous, scincus, seance, sacking, squinch, swansea, swingy, sensuous, sassenach, skimming, sneeze, sneaky, shank, seismic, sessions, snake eyes, sumac, smoky, signing, snazzy, smoggy, sayanci, smooch, sea snake, sneezy, someways, sogginess, sung, sense, saying, sonsie, seneca, senecio, sumach, shanghai, shenyang, skanky, sunniness, sequence, soon enough, sannyasi, siamese, sonic, sea mouse, synonymous, shmegegge, sauciness, siamang, sens, shakiness, sagaciousness, smash, squeezing, schmegegge, sunchoke, swanky, sizing, San Jose, schmuck, shamanize, squeaking, synagogue, snaky, saneness, snake, Sanchez, skank, showing, snog, summoning, showiness, samekh, sink, sewing, seeming, swishing, swinge, simoniz, scenic, Sean O'Casey, synanceja, senega, shininess, snag, sang, sex change, signage, smog, sonsy, shocking, schmooze, shaking, sneak away, socinus, sanious, shmuck, swooning, sconce, samosa, swank, sissiness, simonize, snack, sango, sanyasi, soissons, shagginess, sinningia, shumac, schmoose, shamus, sexiness, snooze, science, shmooze, seagoing, seeing.
Hyponym for Session cookie:
Word of the Day
- that is to say, videlicet, viz., to wit, namely, nominally.