What is another word for weeks?

Pronunciation: [wˈiːks] (IPA)

The English language is rich in synonyms for the word "weeks." These include "fortnight," which refers to a period of two weeks; "bisseptile," which refers to seven weeks; "se'nnight," which refers to a week; as well as more colloquial terms such as "ten days," "a few weeks," or "a month and a half." Each of these synonyms provides a unique descriptor for a specific amount of time, whether it is a relatively short period like a fortnight or a more extended period like a month and a half. Using these synonyms can add color and diversity to writing or speaking and help to convey a specific sense of time.

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What are the hypernyms for Weeks?

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

What are the opposite words for weeks?

Instead of measuring time in terms of weeks, we can use alternative words that mean different lengths of time. Days are the most commonly used antonyms for weeks, and they are the smallest unit of time. Some other antonyms for weeks are months and years, which are longer periods of time. Months consist of four to five weeks, and years have several months. Decades, centuries and millenniums are antonyms for weeks, as they represent time spans over many years. When referring to a more specific duration, we can use hours, minutes, and seconds. These antonyms for weeks offer various ways for us to measure time depending on our needs.

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Usage examples for Weeks

How amazing that a fortnight-or was it three weeks?
"Jane Oglander"
Marie Belloc Lowndes
It might have been years-instead of only weeks.
"Jane Oglander"
Marie Belloc Lowndes
Iv'ry day for weeks she read it an' laughed an' cried over it.
"My Lady of the Chimney Corner"
Alexander Irvine

Famous quotes with Weeks

  • I escaped one time. In 1971 I was in the free world for six weeks.
    Jack Henry Abbott
  • The last months, weeks and days have seen accelerating discussions, involving the DUP for the first time, about a comprehensive agreement which would see all outstanding matters dealt with and the Good Friday Agreement implemented in full.
    Gerry Adams
  • The time to enjoy a European trip is about three weeks after unpacking.
    George Ade
  • I was on TV for almost sixteen weeks during American Idol. It's at the point now where it's old.
    Clay Aiken
  • Combine that with the fact that we only had one week to get everything taken care of and to get to know one another, whereas most shows get two weeks. It looked like we would never have a chance.
    Tatyana Ali

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