What is another word for wilt?

Pronunciation: [wˈɪlt] (IPA)

Wilt refers to the condition of plants when they become weak or droopy due to a lack of water or excessive heat. Some common synonyms of wilt include sag, wither, droop, and shrivel. Other related terms that can be used interchangeably with wilt are languish, fade, and decline. These words convey a sense of weakness or loss of vitality that is often associated with the wilting of plants. In addition to these words, there are many other synonyms for wilt that can be used depending on the context and the level of intensity or urgency conveyed in the message.

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What are the opposite words for wilt?

Wilt is a verb that refers to the process of gradually losing strength or becoming weak. Antonyms for the word wilt include flourish, thrive, prosper, and bloom. Flourish means to grow or develop well, whether physically, mentally, or emotionally. Thrive refers to the act of prospering or succeeding in a particular environment. Prosper means to grow or thrive in a favorable condition, while bloom refers to the act of blossoming and producing flowers or fruits. All these words denote vitality and growth, the opposite of wilting, which suggests decay and weakening.

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Usage examples for Wilt

Call me then what thou wilt; I can fear no evil that might come to me from thee.
"The Princess Pocahontas"
Virginia Watson
Then thou wilt go?
"The Princess Pocahontas"
Virginia Watson
Where wilt thou go?
"The Princess Pocahontas"
Virginia Watson

Famous quotes with Wilt

  • Thou wilt find rest from vain fancies if thou doest every act in life as though it were thy last.
    Aristotle
  • Would it be possible that I should not in any degree succeed? I can scarcely think so. Ah delusive hope, how much further wilt thou lead me?
    John James Audubon
  • Grant what thou commandest and then command what thou wilt.
    Saint Augustine
  • And thou wilt give thyself relief, if thou doest every act of thy life as if it were the last.
    Marcus Aurelius
  • Begin - to begin is half the work, let half still remain; again begin this, and thou wilt have finished.
    Marcus Aurelius

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