Need another word that means the same as “fell”? Find 13 synonyms and 30 related words for “fell” in this overview.
- Fell as a Noun
- Definitions of "Fell" as a noun
- Synonyms of "Fell" as a noun (2 Words)
- Fell as a Verb
- Definitions of "Fell" as a verb
- Synonyms of "Fell" as a verb (5 Words)
- Fell as an Adjective
- Definitions of "Fell" as an adjective
- Synonyms of "Fell" as an adjective (6 Words)
- Associations of "Fell" (30 Words)
The synonyms of “Fell” are: fly, vanish, cut down, drop, strike down, hide, felled seam, barbarous, brutal, cruel, roughshod, savage, vicious
Fell as a Noun
Definitions of "Fell" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “fell” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- Seam made by turning under or folding together and stitching the seamed materials to avoid rough edges.
- The dressed skin of an animal (especially a large animal.
- The act of felling something (as a tree.
Synonyms of "Fell" as a noun (2 Words)
|felled seam||The act of felling something (as a tree.|
|hide||Body covering of a living animal.|
Fell as a Verb
Definitions of "Fell" as a verb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “fell” as a verb can have the following definitions:
- Cause to fall by or as if by delivering a blow.
- Pass away rapidly.
- Sew a seam by folding the edges.
Synonyms of "Fell" as a verb (5 Words)
|cut down||Cut down on make a reduction in.|
|drop||Let or cause to fall in drops.|
She dropped into army jargon.
|fly||Cause to fly or float.|
Pilots trained to fly combat missions.
|strike down||Occupy or take on.|
|vanish||Get lost, as without warning or explanation.|
The environment is under threat hedgerows and woodlands are vanishing.
Fell as an Adjective
Definitions of "Fell" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “fell” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering.
- (of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering.
Synonyms of "Fell" as an adjective (6 Words)
|barbarous||(of language) coarse and unrefined.|
Avoiding barbarous sentences or ambiguities.
He spoke with brutal honesty.
|cruel||Wilfully causing pain or suffering to others, or feeling no concern about it.|
|roughshod||Having horseshoes with projecting nails to prevent slipping.|
A manager who rode roughshod over all opposition.
|savage||Able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering.|
A savage people.
|vicious||(of language or a line of reasoning) imperfect; defective.|
Associations of "Fell" (30 Words)
|barbarous||(of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering.|
Many early child rearing practices were barbarous by modern standards.
|beastly||In a beastly manner.|
This beastly war.
|brutal||Direct and without attempting to disguise unpleasantness.|
The brutal morning light.
|brutish||Resembling a beast; showing lack of human sensibility.|
He was coarse and brutish.
|cruel||Able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering.|
People who are cruel to animals.
|demonic||Extremely evil or cruel; expressive of cruelty or befitting hell.|
Something demonic in him something that could be cruel.
Would do something as despicable as murder.
Some spirit of devilry made me go on teasing her.
|diabolic||Showing the cunning or ingenuity or wickedness typical of a devil.|
The diabolical expression on his face.
|evil||Of a force or spirit embodying or associated with the forces of the devil.|
The evil that men do lives after them the good is oft interred with their bones.
|execrable||Deserving a curse.|
Execrable cheap wine.
|fiendish||Extremely awkward or complex.|
A fiendish problem.
|fierce||Marked by extreme intensity of emotions or convictions; inclined to react violently; fervid.|
The fire door had a fierce pneumatic return.
|hellish||(informal) very unpleasant.|
An unearthly hellish landscape.
|impious||Lacking piety or reverence for a god.|
The emperor s impious attacks on the Church.
|inhumane||Without compassion for misery or suffering; cruel.|
Humans are innately inhumane this explains much of the misery and suffering in the world.
|malevolent||Wishing or appearing to wish evil to others; arising from intense ill will or hatred.|
A gossipy malevolent old woman.
|mountain||A large surplus stock of a commodity.|
We set off down the mountain.
|nauseating||Causing or liable to cause a feeling of nausea or disgust; disgusting.|
A nauseating smell.
The nefarious activities of the organized crime syndicates.
|notorious||Known widely and usually unfavorably.|
Los Angeles is notorious for its smog.
|odious||Unequivocally detestable- Edmund Burke.|
Consequences odious to those you govern.
|savage||A member of a people regarded as primitive and uncivilized.|
Police are rounding up dogs after a girl was savaged.
|sinister||Evil or criminal.|
There was something sinister about that murmuring voice.
|truculence||Obstreperous and defiant aggressiveness.|
Hypocrisy is a particularly sinister vice.
|vicious||Able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering.|
The dog was vicious and likely to bite.
|villainous||Relating to, constituting, or guilty of wicked or criminal behaviour.|
A villainous smell.
A wicked sense of humour.