What is another word for stead?

Pronunciation: [stˈɛd] (IPA)

Stead is a noun that refers to a position, place, or situation that is maintained or occupied by someone or something. Some common synonyms for stead include place, position, location, site, spot, station, or situation. These words can be used interchangeably to convey the same idea or concept in a sentence. For example, one might say "I will take your stead" or "I will take your place." Other synonyms for stead include substitute, backup, deputy, or alternate. These words suggest a person or thing that can replace or fill in for someone else in a given position or situation.

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What are the hypernyms for Stead?

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What are the opposite words for stead?

Stead refers to a place of safety or stability. Its antonyms are words that portray lack of safety, stability, or control. Example antonyms for stead include unsteadiness, agitation, fluctuation, imbalance, inconsistency, disarray, inconstancy, and volatility. Unsteadiness implies insecurity and unsteadiness of position. An agitation refers to a state of unrest or disturbance caused by an external force. Fluctuation indicates variations in level or intensity. Imbalance implies a lack of equilibrium or proportion. Inconsistency refers to a lack of consistency in behavior or quality. Disarray conveys disorder or confusion. Inconstancy implies fickleness or a lack of commitment, while volatility signifies sudden change or unpredictability. These antonyms show the contrast between stead and disturbed, unsteady, or inconsistent states.

Usage examples for Stead

Leo's gymnastic training now stood him in good stead.
"Leo the Circus Boy"
Ralph Bonehill
To-night instinct, the wise instinct which always stood her in good stead in all her dealings with men, warned her against seeking him out.
"Jane Oglander"
Marie Belloc Lowndes
At times stead held me from falling.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook

Famous quotes with Stead

  • There's a lot of people out there who have seen us once somewhere in a pub or heard our songs late night on radio. We'd done four years of it before we'd even released a single. It's put us in good stead.
    Dan Hawkins
  • On the king's gate the moss grew gray; The king came not. They call'd him dead; And made his eldest son, one day, Slave in his father's stead.
    Helen Hunt Jackson
  • My early education was in the public school system of Omaha, where, retrospectively, I realize that my high school training served me in good stead for the basic subjects of mathematics, English, foreign languages and history.
    Lawrence R. Klein
  • I cut myself off from the mainstream of jazz. It stood me in good stead later on, as a musician.
    Dave Van Ronk
  • I think that my past stands me in good stead in that it does have a certain strength for musicians.
    John Sebastian

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