settle [ set-l ]
Main Entry: settle
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: straighten out, resolve
Synonyms: achieve, adjudicate, adjust, appoint, arrange, call the shots, choose, cinch, clean up, clear, clear up, clinch, come to a conclusion, come to a decision, come to an agreement, complete, concert, conclude, confirm, decide, determine, discharge, dispose, end, establish, figure, fix, form judgment, judge, make a decision, make certain, mediate, nail down, negotiate, order, pay, put an end to, put into order, reconcile, regulate, rule, satisfy, seal, set to rights, square, verify, work out
Antonyms: confuse, mix up, unsettle
Main Entry: settle
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: calm, relieve
Synonyms: allay, assure, becalm, compose, lull, pacify, quell, quiet, quieten, reassure, relax, sedate, soothe, still, tranquilize
Antonyms: confuse, trouble, upset, worry
Main Entry: settle
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: come to rest; fall
Synonyms: alight, bed down, decline, descend, flop, immerse, land, lay, light, lodge, perch, place, plop, plunge, put, repose, roost, seat, set down, settle down, sink, sit, submerge, submerse, subside, touch down
Antonyms: move
Main Entry: settle
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: make one's home
Synonyms: abide, colonize, dwell, establish, hang up one's hat, inhabit, keep house, live, locate, lodge, move to, park, put down roots, reside, set up home, squat, take root, take up residence
Antonyms: depart, leave, move
Main Entry: abide
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: live in a certain place
Synonyms: bide, bunk out, bunk, crash*, dwell, hang out*, inhabit, lodge, nest, perch, reside, room, roost, settle, squat, stay
Antonyms: depart, go, leave, migrate, move, reject, resist
Main Entry: accommodate
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: make, become suitable for something
Synonyms: accord, accustom, adapt, adjust, agree, attune, bend over backwards, comply, compose, conform, coordinate, correspond, don't make waves, don't rock the boat, fit, go by the book, go with the flow, harmonize, integrate, make consistent, modify, play the game, proportion, reconcile, settle, shape up, suit, tailor, tailor-make, tune
Antonyms: disarrange, unsuit
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: achieve
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: bring to successful conclusion; reach a goal
Synonyms: accomplish, acquire, actualize, attain, bring about, bring off, bring to pass, cap, carry out, carry through, close, complete, conclude, consummate, deliver, discharge, dispatch, do, earn, earn wings, effect, effectuate, enact, end, execute, finish, follow through, fulfill, gain, get, get done, manage, negotiate, obtain, perfect, perform, procure, produce, rack up, reach, realize, resolve, score, seal, see through, settle, sign, solve, win, wind up, work out
Antonyms: fail, lose, miss
Main Entry: adjudicate
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: formally judge
Synonyms: adjudge, arbitrate, decide, determine, mediate, referee, settle, umpire
Antonyms: defer, dodge, ignore, not judge
Main Entry: adjust
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: become or make prepared, adapted
Synonyms: acclimatize, accommodate, accustom, adapt, alter, arrange, compose, conform, dispose, do as Romans do, doctor*, fiddle with, fine-tune, fit, fix, fix up, get act together, get it together, grin and bear it, habituate, harmonize, make conform, modify, order, quadrate, reconcile, rectify, redress, regulate, remodel, settle, suit, swim with the tide, tailor, tailor-make, tune
Antonyms: confuse, derange, disarrange, disorder, disorganize, upset
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