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The synonyms of “Episode” are: installment, instalment, sequence, incident, event, occurrence, happening, occasion, interlude, chapter, experience, adventure, exploit, period, spell, bout, fit, attack, interval, phase, section, scene, act, passage
Episode as a Noun
Definitions of "Episode" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “episode” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A brief section of a literary or dramatic work that forms part of a connected series.
- Film consisting of a succession of related shots that develop a given subject in a movie.
- A section between two choric songs in Greek tragedy.
- Each of the separate instalments into which a serialized story or radio or television programme is divided.
- A finite period in which someone is affected by a specified illness.
- A happening that is distinctive in a series of related events.
- An event or a group of events occurring as part of a sequence; an incident or period considered in isolation.
- A part of a broadcast serial.
- A passage containing distinct material or introducing a new subject.
Synonyms of "Episode" as a noun (24 Words)
|act||A document attesting a legal transaction.|
The act of writing down one s thoughts.
|adventure||Excitement associated with danger or the taking of risks.|
Her recent adventures in Italy.
|attack||The act of attacking.|
The film was sensitive to attack by acids.
|bout||A short period of intense activity of a specified kind.|
Occasional bouts of strenuous exercise.
|chapter||A local branch of some fraternity or association.|
We will deal with this in chapter eleven.
|event||A phenomenon located at a single point in space-time; the fundamental observational entity in relativity theory.|
Staff have been holding a number of events to raise money for charity.
|experience||The knowledge or skill acquired by a period of practical experience of something especially that gained in a particular profession.|
A surprising experience.
|exploit||A notable achievement.|
Despite a series of colourful exploits his agents obtained little intelligence of value.
|fit||The manner in which something fits.|
The dress was a perfect fit.
|happening||A partly improvised or spontaneous piece of theatrical or other artistic performance, typically involving audience participation.|
Altogether it was an eerie happening.
|incident||An instance of something happening; an event or occurrence.|
There was not one incident of teasing from the 90 pupils.
|installment||The act of installing something (as equipment.|
|instalment||Any of several parts of something which are published, broadcast, or made public in sequence at intervals.|
Filming the final instalment in his Vietnam trilogy.
|interlude||An intervening period or episode.|
Short instrumental interludes between songs.
|interval||A component of activity in interval training.|
The day should be dry with sunny intervals.
|occasion||A special or noteworthy event, ceremony, or celebration.|
It s the first time that I ve had occasion to complain.
|occurrence||An event that happens.|
The occurrence of natural gas fields.
|passage||A narrow way allowing access between buildings or to different rooms within a building a passageway.|
I booked a passage on the next ship.
|period||The interval between successive equal values of a periodic function.|
She s got her period.
|phase||A structure containing two verbs in a phase.|
The final phases of the war.
|scene||The pieces of scenery used in a play or opera.|
He painted scenes from everyday life.
|section||A small team of policemen working as part of a police platoon.|
He ate a section of the orange.
|sequence||(in the Eucharist) a hymn said or sung after the Gradual or Alleluia that precedes the Gospel.|
The famous underwater sequence.
|spell||A period of indeterminate length (usually short) marked by some action or condition.|
A spell of work.
Usage Examples of "Episode" as a noun
- This change is followed by an episode in this new key.
- Acute psychotic episodes.
- The whole episode has been a major embarrassment.
- The final episode of the series.
Associations of "Episode" (30 Words)
|accidental||A musical notation that makes a note sharp or flat or natural although that is not part of the key signature.|
The damage might have been accidental.
|accompanying||Following or accompanying as a consequence.|
The accompanying documentation.
|alphabetical||In the order of the letters of the alphabet.|
Alphabetical writing system.
|cession||The formal giving up of rights, property, or territory by a state.|
The cession of twenty important towns.
|chronological||Relating to the establishment of dates of past events.|
The diary provided a chronological framework for the events.
|concatenate||Add by linking or joining so as to form a chain or series.|
|consecutive||In a consecutive manner.|
We numbered the papers consecutively.
|continual||Continual meaning seemingly uninterrupted is often used interchangeably with continuous meaning without interruption.|
Continual is often used interchangeably with continuous.
|continuation||A part that is attached to and is an extension of something else.|
The government s continuation in office.
|continuity||The maintenance of continuous action and self-consistent detail in the various scenes of a film or broadcast.|
A consensus favouring continuity of policy.
|continuous||Of a function or curve; extending without break or irregularity.|
A continuous rearrangement of electrons in the solar atoms results in the emission of light.
|event||A thing that happens or takes place, especially one of importance.|
The momentous political events of the late 1980s.
|genome||The haploid set of chromosomes in a gamete or microorganism, or in each cell of a multicellular organism.|
The human genome contains approximately three billion chemical base pairs.
|happen||Happen occur or be the case in the course of events or by chance Santayana.|
The accident happened at 7 40 a m.
|happening||An event that happens.|
A multimedia happening.
|homologous||Having the same evolutionary origin but not necessarily the same function.|
A seal s flipper is homologous with the human arm.
|incidence||The striking of a light beam on a surface.|
An increased incidence of cancer.
|incident||A violent event, such as a fracas or assault.|
The costs properly incident to a suit for foreclosure or redemption.
|incidental||An incidental expense event etc.|
|list||Give a building company etc listed status.|
The ship listed to starboard.
|occasion||Give occasion to.|
There was never an occasion for her to demonstrate her skill.
|occur||To be found to exist.|
Precious stones occur in a large area in Brazil.
|occurrence||The fact of something existing or being found in a place or under a particular set of conditions.|
Vandalism used to be a rare occurrence.
|outcome||The way a thing turns out; a consequence.|
It is the outcome of the vote that counts.
|recurring||Occurring again periodically or repeatedly.|
They are haunted by a recurring image of their daughter on the night she died.
|row||The act of rowing as a sport.|
A row of chairs.
|sequence||Play or record music with a sequencer.|
A sonnet sequence.
|sequent||Following in a sequence or as a logical conclusion.|
Some of the inferences are not sequent on the premises.
|series||Similar things placed in order or happening one after another.|
His coin collection included the complete series of Indian head pennies.
|succession||The action or process of inheriting a title, office, property, etc.|
A succession of failures.