Need another word that means the same as “stripe”? Find 48 synonyms and 30 related words for “stripe” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Stripe” are: chevron, grade insignia, stripes, band, banding, bar, streak, line, strip, belt, swathe, striation, vein, thread, stroke, blow, hit, strike, welt, bang, thwack, thump, emblem, insignia, badge, marking, sort, variety, kind, style, type, category, order, breed, species, class, designation, specification, genre, genus, brand, make, character, ilk, kidney, grain, stamp, mould
Stripe as a Noun
Definitions of "Stripe" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “stripe” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A narrow marking of a different color or texture from the background.
- A kind or category.
- A type or category.
- A long, narrow band or strip differing in colour or texture from the surface on either side of it.
- V-shaped sleeve badge indicating military rank and service.
- An adornment consisting of a strip of a contrasting color or material.
- A piece of braid, usually on the sleeve, indicating military rank or length of service.
- A blow with a scourge or lash.
- A chevron sewn on to a uniform to denote military rank.
Synonyms of "Stripe" as a noun (48 Words)
|badge||A distinguishing object or emblem.|
The badge of the Cheshire Regiment.
|band||A plain ring for the finger, especially a gold wedding ring.|
Must I fall and die in bands.
|banding||A thin flat strip or loop of flexible material that goes around or over something else, typically to hold it together or as a decoration.|
The yellow and black banding of bees and wasps.
|bang||An act or instance of having sex.|
The door slammed with a bang.
Bars on the windows.
|belt||A conveyor belt.|
A belt buckle.
|blow||An act of blowing an instrument.|
Give your nose a good blow.
|brand||A branding iron.|
The brand of Paula s dipsomania.
|breed||A special type.|
Google represents a new breed of entrepreneurs.
|category||A general concept that marks divisions or coordinations in a conceptual scheme.|
The various categories of research.
|character||A characteristic property that defines the apparent individual nature of something.|
|chevron||An ordinary in the form of a broad inverted V-shape.|
|class||All of the college or school students of a particular year.|
A new class of heart drug.
|designation||The act of designating or identifying something.|
Dibden Bay s designation as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
|emblem||Special design or visual object representing a quality, type, group, etc.|
Our child would be a dazzling emblem of our love.
|genre||A style or category of art, music, or literature.|
The science fiction genre.
|genus||(in philosophical and general use) a class of things that have common characteristics and that can be divided into subordinate kinds.|
Ignore the genus communism.
|grade insignia||A relative position or degree of value in a graded group.|
|grain||1 60 dram equals an avoirdupois grain or 64 799 milligrams.|
Sand of a fine grain.
|hit||(physics) a brief event in which two or more bodies come together.|
He came all the way around on Williams hit.
|ilk||A kind of person.|
I can t tolerate people of his ilk.
|insignia||A badge worn to show official position.|
The royal insignia of Scotland.
|kidney||The kidney of a sheep ox or pig as food.|
I hoped that he would not prove of similar kidney.
|kind||A group of people or things having similar characteristics.|
The trials were different in kind from any that preceded them.
|line||An arrangement of soldiers or ships in a column or line formation a line of battle.|
He fed me a line about some nightclubbing Japanese photographer.
|make||The structure or composition of something.|
What make of car is that.
|marking||A marking that consists of lines that cross each other.|
The new outfits had luminous reflective markings.
|mould||A pudding or savoury mousse made in a mould.|
A jelly mould.
|order||The position in which a rifle is held after ordering arms.|
There were mistakes in the ordering of items on the list.
|sort||A person of a specified nature.|
The bottleneck in mail delivery is the process of sorting.
|species||A group of living organisms consisting of similar individuals capable of exchanging genes or interbreeding The species is the principal natural taxonomic unit ranking below a genus and denoted by a Latin binomial e g Homo sapiens.|
A political species that is becoming more common the environmental statesman.
|specification||A restriction that is insisted upon as a condition for an agreement.|
There was no clear specification of objectives.
|stamp||A block for crushing ore in a stamp mill.|
The emperor gave them his stamp of approval.
|streak||A narrow marking of a different color or texture from the background.|
The theatre is on a winning streak.
|striation||A stripe or stripes of contrasting color.|
Interesting striations in the rock walls beg a closer look.
|strike||A pitch that passes through the strike zone.|
The threat of nuclear strikes.
|stripes||V-shaped sleeve badge indicating military rank and service.|
They earned their stripes in Kuwait.
|style||In an invertebrate a small slender pointed appendage a stylet.|
In the characteristic New York style.
|swathe||A row or line of grass, corn, or other crop as it falls or lies when mown or reaped.|
Vast swathes of countryside.
|thread||A programming structure or process formed by linking a number of separate elements or subroutines especially each of the tasks executed concurrently in multithreading.|
He lost the thread of his argument.
|thump||A dull, heavy blow with a person’s fist or a blunt implement.|
Jane s heart gave an uncomfortable thump.
|thwack||A hard blow with a flat object.|
He hit it with a hefty thwack.
|type||Metal types used in letterpress printing.|
She s not really my type.
|variety||A collection containing a variety of sorts of things.|
It s the variety that makes my job so enjoyable.
|vein||Any of the tubes forming part of the blood circulation system of the body, carrying in most cases oxygen-depleted blood towards the heart.|
He continued in this vein for several minutes.
|welt||A red, raised mark or scar; a weal.|
Let me give it a welt with my hammer.
Usage Examples of "Stripe" as a noun
- Businessmen of every stripe joined in opposition to the proposal.
- They earned their stripes in Kuwait.
- A pair of blue shorts with pink stripes.
- A green toad with small black stripes or bars.
- Entrepreneurs of all stripes are joining in the offensive.
- He was wearing his old uniform without its sergeant's stripes.
Associations of "Stripe" (30 Words)
|back||The part of a chair against which the sitter s back rests.|
A mirror backed with tortoiseshell.
|band||Bind or tie together as with a band.|
He noted that she wore a wedding band.
|blotch||Cover with blotches.|
Her face was blotched and swollen with crying.
|chevron||A V-shaped line or stripe, especially one on the sleeve of a uniform indicating rank or length of service.|
|continuous||Forming an unbroken whole; without interruption.|
A continuous rearrangement of electrons in the solar atoms results in the emission of light.
|dorsal||Belonging to or on or near the back or upper surface of an animal or organ or part.|
The dorsal aorta.
|dotted||(of a note or rest) written with a dot after it to show that the time value is increased by half.|
A dotted minim.
|fin||A stabilizer on a ship that resembles the fin of a fish.|
The sharks were finning near the surface.
|giraffe||A large African mammal with a very long neck and forelegs, having a coat patterned with brown patches separated by lighter lines. It is the tallest living animal.|
|horn||A projection resembling a horn on the head of another animal e g a snail s tentacle or the tuft of a horned owl.|
The horn of an anvil.
|insignia||A badge worn to show official position.|
The royal insignia of Scotland.
|mottle||A spot or patch forming part of a mottled arrangement.|
It was not dull grey as distance had suggested but a mottle of khaki and black and olive green.
|orange||A butterfly with mainly or partly orange wings.|
|ostrich||A person who refuses to face reality or recognize the truth a reference to the popular notion that the ostrich hides from danger by burying its head in the sand.|
Don t be an ostrich when it comes to security systems.
|pattern||Form a pattern.|
A pattern for a skirt.
|patterned||Having patterns (especially colorful patterns.|
Traditional rose patterned wallpaper isn t difficult to find.
|pectoral||A pectoral fin.|
|posterior||A tooth situated at the back of the mouth.|
The posterior part of the gut.
|serial||A serialized set of programs.|
|spine||A small sharp-pointed tip resembling a spike on a stem or leaf.|
Puerto Rico s mountainous spine.
|spotted||Having spots or patches (small areas of contrasting color or texture.|
A red spotted handkerchief.
|stallion||Uncastrated adult male horse.|
|streak||Cover a surface with streaks.|
The singer admitted to streaking in his home town in the seventies.
|striped||Marked or decorated with stripes.|
A green striped coat.
|tendency||A group within a larger political party or movement.|
The shoreward tendency of the current.
|tiger||Used in names of tiger moths and striped butterflies e g scarlet tiger plain tiger.|
One of the sport s young tigers.
|ventral||Toward or on or near the belly (front of a primate or lower surface of a lower animal.|
Ventral or pelvic fins correspond to the hind limbs of a quadruped.
|wildebeest||Large African antelope having a head with horns like an ox and a long tufted tail.|
|zebra||An African wild horse with black-and-white stripes and an erect mane.|