What is another word for stoppered?

Pronunciation: [stˈɒpəd] (IPA)

Stoppered refers to an object that has a stopper or plug to prevent any liquid or gas from escaping. There are several synonyms to describe stoppered objects such as corked, sealed, closed, capped, blocked, plugged, and halted. These words can describe various objects such as bottles, vials, test tubes, or jars that require a tight seal to preserve its contents or prevent spillage. Stoppered objects can also refer to closures for pipes, drains, and other outlets. In addition to describing physical objects, these words can also be used to describe the cessation of an action or activity.

What are the hypernyms for Stoppered?

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

What are the opposite words for stoppered?

Stoppered is an adjective that describes an object, typically a bottle or container, that has a stopper or cork that seals it tightly. An antonym for stoppered would be an adjective that describes an object that is not sealed or closed tightly. Some possible antonyms for stoppered include open, uncorked, unsealed, and uncovered, which can apply to containers, bottles, or any object that has an opening that is not locked or shut tightly. These antonyms suggest that the contents are accessible, exposed, or vulnerable to external elements, such as air, dust, or moisture, that may affect their quality or freshness.

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Usage examples for Stoppered

Another scream was stoppered to a groan.
Charles Beadle
Bakahenzie's scream was stoppered as if by a hand upon his mouth.
Charles Beadle
She had sent her instead a very pretty dressing-case with real gold-stoppered bottles, which the new husband now handed over to the porter.
"One Woman's Life"
Robert Herrick

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