What is another word for strip?

1412 synonyms found


[ stɹˈɪp], [ stɹˈɪp], [ s_t_ɹ_ˈɪ_p]

Strip is a versatile word that has many synonyms, each with their own connotations and usage. Some words that can be used instead of strip include, but are not limited to: remove, disrobe, undress, uncover, peel, and divest. Remove implies taking something away from its original location or disassociating it from a larger entity. Disrobe and undress both refer to removing clothing or attire from oneself or others. Uncover suggests revealing something that was previously hidden from view. Peel can be used in reference to removing layers or skin from fruits or vegetables. Divest is often used in a financial context to mean sell off or rid oneself of assets.

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What are the hypernyms for Strip?

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What are the opposite words for strip?

Strip, as a verb, has multiple antonyms depending on the context. In the sense of clothing, the antonyms are dress and outfit. To put on clothes instead of removing them would be the opposite of stripping. In the context of decorating or adding, the antonyms for strip are put on and apply. One example is to add wallpaper instead of stripping it. In terms of taking away, some antonyms for strip are add, restore or replenish. For example, to replenish the soil with nutrients would be the opposite of stripping nutrients away. Hence, antonyms can bring a different perspective to the same word about its opposite meaning entirely.

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Usage examples for Strip

I was ordered to strip.
"My Lady of the Chimney Corner"
Alexander Irvine
He picked her up in his arms and hesitated, his face toward the house; then ran straight away from it, stumbled across the dry ditch and out across the blackened strip which their own back fire had swept clean of grass.
"Lonesome Land"
B. M. Bower
Only a narrow strip of coast about Cape Sparbo, extending about twenty-five miles to the east and about forty miles to the west, presented any signs of land life.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook

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