img
gratify [ grat-uh-fahy ]
Main Entry: gratify
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: give pleasure; satisfy
Synonyms: appease, arride, baby*, cater to, coddle, content, delectate, delight, do one proud, do the trick, enchant, favor, fill the bill, fulfill*, get one's kicks, gladden, hit the spot, humor, indulge, make a hit, make happy, oblige, pamper, please, recompense, requite, thrill
Antonyms: annoy, disappoint, disturb, frustrate, offend, pain, upset
Main Entry: accommodate
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: perform service
Synonyms: afford, aid, arrange, assist, avail, benefit, bow, comfort, convenience, defer, favor, furnish, gratify, help, humor, indulge, oblige, pamper, please, provide, serve, settle, submit, suit, supply, support, sustain, yield
Antonyms: bar, block, frustrate, hinder, impede, limit, obstruct, prevent, stop
Main Entry: amuse
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: entertain; make laugh
Synonyms: break one up, charm, cheer, crack up, delight, divert, fracture, gladden, grab*, gratify, interest, kill*, knock dead, make roll in the aisles, occupy, panic*, please, put away, regale, slay, tickle, wow*
Antonyms: anger, annoy, bore, dull, tire, upset
Main Entry: appease
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: satisfy, pacify
Synonyms: allay, alleviate, assuage, be enough, blunt, calm, compose, conciliate, content, diminish, do*, ease, gratify, lessen, lull, make matters up, meet halfway, mitigate, mollify, patch things up, placate, propitiate, quell, quench, quiet, serve, soften, soothe, subdue, sweeten, tranquilize
Antonyms: aggravate, annoy, incite, irritate, provoke, tease
Main Entry: captivate
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: attract, enchant
Synonyms: allure, beguile, bewitch, charm, dazzle, delight, draw, enamour, enrapture, enslave, ensnare, entertain, enthrall, entrance, fascinate, gratify, grip, hold, hook, hypnotize, infatuate, intrigue, lure, magnetize, make a hit with, mesmerize, please, rope in, seduce, spellbind, sweep off one's feet, take, turn one on, vamp, wile, win
Antonyms: disgust, disillusion, offend, repel, repulse
Main Entry: cater
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: provide, help
Synonyms: baby, coddle, cotton, furnish, gratify, humor, indulge, minister to, outfit, pamper, pander to, procure, provision, purvey, spoil, supply, victual
Main Entry: content
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: please
Synonyms: appease, bewitch, captivate, charm, delight, enrapture, gladden, gratify, humor, indulge, make happy, mollify, placate, reconcile, satisfy, suffice, thrill, tickle
Antonyms: anger, displease, disturb, upset
Main Entry: delight
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: make happy; experience happiness
Synonyms: allure, amuse, arride, attract, be the ticket, charm, cheer, content, delectate, divert, enchant, enrapture, entertain, exult, fascinate, freak out, gladden, glory, go over big, gratify, groove*, hit the spot, jubilate, knock dead, knock out, please, pleasure, ravish, rejoice, satisfy, score, send, slay, thrill, tickle pink, tickle to death, turn on, wow
Antonyms: depress, disappoint, dismay, distress, pain, trouble
Main Entry: divert
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: amuse, entertain
Synonyms: beguile, break one up, delight, fracture one, get one's jollies, gladden, gratify, knock 'em dead, make happy, panic, please, put 'em away, recreate, regale, relax, slay, tickle, wow
Antonyms: anger, irritate, make mad, upset
Main Entry: enchant
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: delight, mesmerize
Synonyms: allure, beguile, bewitch, captivate, carry away, cast a spell on, charm, delectate, draw, enamor, enrapture, ensorcell, enthrall, entice, entrance, fascinate, grab, gratify, hex, hypnotize, kill*, knock dead, magnetize, make a hit with, make happy, please, send*, slay, spell, spellbind, sweep off feet, take, thrill, turn on, voodoo, wile, wow*
Antonyms: bother, disenchant, disgust, repel, repulse
Fewer synonyms
Don't Miss:
Copyright © 2014 Dictionary.com LLC.