OVER: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for OVER?

Need another word that means the same as “over”? Find 9 synonyms and 30 related words for “over” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Over” are: o'er, all over, no more, dead, complete, concluded, ended, terminated

Over as an Adjective

Definitions of "Over" as an adjective

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “over” as an adjective can have the following definitions:

  • Having come or been brought to a conclusion.

Synonyms of "Over" as an adjective (5 Words)

all overCompletely given to or absorbed by.
completePerfect and complete in every respect having all necessary qualities.
A complete meal.
concludedHaving come or been brought to a conclusion.
endedHaving come or been brought to a conclusion.
The affair is over ended finished.
terminatedHaving come or been brought to a conclusion.
The abruptly terminated interview.

Usage Examples of "Over" as an adjective

  • The affair is over, ended, finished.

Over as an Adverb

Definitions of "Over" as an adverb

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “over” as an adverb can have the following definitions:

  • Expressing passage or trajectory across an area.
  • Over the entire area.
  • Used to express action and result.
  • Throughout an area.
  • Used to express repetition of a process.
  • Beyond the top or upper surface or edge; forward from an upright position.
  • Throughout a period of time.
  • In or to the place indicated.
  • Finished.
  • Beyond and falling or hanging from a point.
  • At or to a point across intervening space etc.

Synonyms of "Over" as an adverb (4 Words)

all overTo a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole’ is often used informally for `wholly.
deadQuickly and without warning.
You re dead right.
no moreReferring to the degree to which a certain quality is present.
o'erThroughout a period of time.

Usage Examples of "Over" as an adverb

  • Hand the money over.
  • The match is over.
  • She ached all over.
  • Everything was dusted over with a fine layer of soot.
  • He leant over and tapped me on the hand.
  • The wallpaper was covered all over with flowers.
  • The jukebox plays every song twice over.
  • The car flipped over.
  • I'm over here.
  • Stay over the weekend.
  • She knocked the jug over.
  • Message understood, over and out.

Associations of "Over" (30 Words)

absenteeismThe practice of regularly staying away from work or school without good reason.
High levels of absenteeism caused by low job motivation.
alsoIn addition; too.
Also a car is very expensive to run.
consumerismA movement advocating greater protection of the interests of consumers.
The growth of consumerism has led to many organizations improving their service to the customer.
exceedinglyTo an extreme degree.
The supply multiplied exceedingly.
excessiveUnrestrained, especially with regard to feelings.
He was drinking excessive amounts of brandy.
excessivelyTo a greater degree or in greater amounts than is necessary, normal, or desirable; inordinately.
Excessively high taxes.
exorbitantGreatly exceeding bounds of reason or moderation.
Exorbitant rent.
extraExcessive or extravagant.
Installation will cost about 60 extra.
extravagantResulting from or showing a lack of restraint in spending money or resources.
It was rather extravagant to buy both.
furthermoreIn addition.
Computer chess games are getting cheaper all the time furthermore their quality is improving.
immoderateBeyond reasonable limits.
Immoderate laughter.
inordinateBeyond normal limits.
The case had taken up an inordinate amount of time.
intemperateNot mild; subject to extremes.
Intemperate zones.
levityThe treatment of a serious matter with humour or lack of due respect.
As an attempt to introduce a note of levity the words were a disastrous flop.
outdoBe or do something to a greater degree.
She outdoes all other athletes.
overcomeOvercome usually through no fault or weakness of the person that is overcome.
You must overcome all difficulties.
overreachAn injury to a forefoot of a horse resulting from its having overreached.
Faustus s lunacy in thinking he can overreach the devil.
pedantryAn ostentatious and inappropriate display of learning.
To object to this is not mere pedantry.
prodigalA person who leaves home to lead a prodigal life but later makes a repentant return.
The dessert was prodigal with whipped cream.
profiteerA person who profiteers.
A war profiteer.
prolixTediously prolonged or tending to speak or write at great length.
Editing a prolix manuscript.
superabundanceA quantity that is more than what is appropriate.
superfluousUnnecessary, especially through being more than enough.
The purchaser should avoid asking for superfluous information.
tirednessThe state of wishing for sleep or rest; weariness.
Depression and tiredness caused by overwork.
tooTo a higher degree than is desirable, permissible, or possible; excessively.
He has a Mercedes too.
transcendSurpass (a person or achievement.
This was an issue transcending party politics.
undueNot appropriate or proper (or even legal) in the circumstances.
Accused of using undue force.
unnecessaryUnnecessary things.
Good construction is essential to avoid unnecessary waste.
unreasonableBeyond the limits of acceptability or fairness.
An unreasonable request.
wearinessExtreme tiredness; fatigue.
He began to feel weariness.

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