Need another word that means the same as “session”? Find 18 synonyms and 30 related words for “session” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Session” are: seance, sitting, academic session, academic term, school term, meeting, assembly, conclave, plenary, academic year, school year, period, time, spell, stretch, bout, drinking bout, binge
Session as a Noun
Definitions of "Session" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “session” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A meeting of spiritualists.
- A period during which an official body meets regularly to conduct its business.
- A period devoted to a particular activity.
- The governing body of a Presbyterian Church.
- A meeting of an official body, especially a legislature, council, or court of law, to conduct its business.
- The part of a year or of a day during which teaching takes place in a school or college.
- A period of recording music in a studio, especially by a session musician.
- A period of heavy or sustained drinking.
- The time during which a school holds classes.
- A meeting devoted to a particular activity.
- A meeting for execution of a group's functions.
Synonyms of "Session" as a noun (18 Words)
|academic session||An educator who works at a college or university.|
|academic term||An educator who works at a college or university.|
|academic year||An educator who works at a college or university.|
|assembly||The act of constructing something (as a piece of machinery.|
A decree guaranteeing freedom of assembly.
|binge||A period of excessive indulgence in an activity, especially eating, drinking, or taking drugs.|
An emotional binge.
|bout||A curve in the side of a violin, guitar, or other musical instrument.|
A drinking bout.
|conclave||The meeting place for a conclave.|
|drinking bout||The act of consuming liquids.|
|meeting||A formally arranged gathering.|
We held an urgent meeting to discuss the response to the epidemic.
|period||A set of elements occupying a horizontal row in the periodic table.|
Ganoid fishes swarmed during the earlier geological periods.
|plenary||A meeting or session attended by all participants at a conference or assembly.|
Working parties would report back to the plenary with recommendations.
|school term||A large group of fish.|
|school year||A building where young people receive education.|
|seance||A meeting of spiritualists.|
The seance was held in the medium s parlor.
|sitting||A period of time spent as a model for an artist or photographer.|
There will be two sittings for Christmas lunch.
|spell||A time period for working (after which you will be relieved by someone else.|
A spell of good weather.
|stretch||A stretch limo.|
Running at full stretch.
|time||Time as allotted available or used.|
The landlord called time.
Usage Examples of "Session" as a noun
- A gossip session.
- He did the sessions for a Great Country Hits album.
- It was the opening session of the legislature.
- A filming session.
- The governor called this week's special session to reconsider the decision.
- Legislation to curb wildcat strikes will be introduced during the coming parliamentary session.
- It was one hell of a session— we must have drunk about 12 cocktails each.
- Gym is followed by a training session.
Associations of "Session" (30 Words)
|abbreviate||Shorten the duration of; cut short.|
I decided to abbreviate my stay in Cambridge.
|abbreviated||Shortened; cut short.|
An abbreviated swimsuit.
|abbreviation||The process of abbreviating something.|
Nursing records must be written without abbreviation.
|brief||Instruct a barrister by brief.|
His brief is to turn round the county s fortunes.
|concise||Expressing much in few words.|
A concise explanation.
|debrief||Put someone through a debriefing and make him report.|
The government debriefed him over a span of four years.
|ephemeral||An ephemeral plant.|
Ephemerals avoid the periods of drought as seeds.
|fleeting||Lasting for a very short time.|
A fleeting glance.
|glance||Throw a glance at take a brief look at.|
He glanced the ball into the corner of the net.
|glimpse||Catch a glimpse of or see briefly.|
She caught a glimpse of the ocean.
An instant need.
|interlude||Perform an interlude.|
The romantic interlude palled rapidly once he was back in town.
|layover||A brief stay in the course of a journey.|
There was only a forty eight minute layover.
|meeting||The act of joining together as one.|
He still remembers their meeting in Paris.
|minutes||A written account of what transpired at a meeting.|
|moment||A quantity that expresses the average or expected value of the first second third or fourth power of the deviation of each component of a frequency distribution from a given value typically mean or zero The first moment is the mean the second moment the variance the third moment the skew and the fourth moment the kurtosis.|
Wait just a moment.
|overview||A general summary of a subject.|
The report overviews the needs of the community.
|pithiness||Terseness and economy in writing and speaking achieved by expressing a great deal in just a few words.|
|provisional||A provisional stamp.|
|short||Tending to crumble or break into flakes due to a large amount of shortening.|
He said shortly that he didn t like it.
|sitting||Not moving and therefore easy to attack.|
The resignation of the sitting member.
|snapshot||A shot in soccer or hockey taken quickly with little backlift.|
A collection of family snapshots.
|stopover||A brief stay in the course of a journey.|
They made a stopover to visit their friends.
|succinct||(especially of something written or spoken) briefly and clearly expressed.|
|succinctness||Terseness and economy in writing and speaking achieved by expressing a great deal in just a few words.|
|terse||Brief and to the point; effectively cut short.|
A terse statement.
|transient||Staying or working in a place for a short time only.|
|transitory||Lasting a very short time.|
Love is transitory but it is eternal.
|truncate||Shorten the duration or extent of.|
A truncated pyramid.
|uninformative||Not providing particularly useful or interesting information.|
The coverage is brief and uninformative.