What is another word for to the south?

Pronunciation: [tə ðə sˈa͡ʊθ] (IPA)

When describing a location or direction, the phrase "to the south" can become repetitive and monotonous. To add variety and interest to your writing, consider using synonyms such as "southerly," "southward," or "toward the equator." These alternatives not only convey the same directional meaning, but can also create a different tone or mood. Other possible synonyms for "to the south" include "down south," "below," "southeastern," or "southernmost." Expanding your vocabulary and using a range of synonyms can enhance the clarity and flow of your writing, and make it more engaging for your audience.

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What are the hypernyms for To the south?

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

Famous quotes with To the south

  • The principal or highest part of the mountain having changed its direction to east and west, I ascended it in such manner as to leave its most elevated ranges to the south and travelled north west over a very rough and broken country generally covered with snow.
    William Henry Ashley
  • We procured from an Indian a weasel perfectly white except the extremity of the tail which was black: great numbers of wild geese are passing to the south, but their flight is too high for us to procure any of them.
    Meriwether Lewis
  • Virginians were no more angels or philanthropists than people to the north or to the south of them. They were moved by their affections, their interest, and their resentments, just as humanity is moved to-day.
    John Sergeant Wise
  • The wide distribution of the Satem or Iranian group to the south and west of Asia shows that the Nordics in great numbers conquered the aboriginal inhabitants of these countries and imposed on them the Aryan speech. They invented the caste system to maintain the purity of their blood. In fact, the Hindu word "varna" means both color and caste. In spite of all their efforts, however, the conquering invaders died out almost completely in India and Persia — leaving behind them only their language, and, in some cases, their religion.
    Madison Grant
  • Wisdom: The first error is that of the southern people, and it consists in holding that these eastern and western places are real places. … give no quarter to that thought, whether it threatens you with fear, or tempts you with hopes. For this is Superstition and all who believe it will come in the end to the swamps to the south and the jungles to the far south. Part of the same error is to think that the Landlord is a real man:
    C. S. Lewis

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