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Other words for winning

Synonyms for win

  • conquer,
  • prevail,
  • triumph

Words Related to win

  • overcome,
  • sweep
  • squeak,
  • squeeze
  • contend,
  • vie
  • succeed
  • breeze,
  • romp

Phrases Synonymous with win

  • carry the day
  • kick butt

Near Antonyms for win

  • collapse,
  • fail,
  • flop,
  • fold,
  • wash out
  • flounder,
  • struggle
  • decline,
  • slip,
  • slump,
  • wane

Antonyms for win

Synonyms for win

  • acquire,
  • attain,
  • bag,
  • bring in,
  • capture,
  • carry,
  • come by,
  • draw,
  • earn,
  • gain,
  • garner,
  • get,
  • knock down,
  • land,
  • make,
  • obtain,
  • procure,
  • pull down,
  • realize,
  • reap,
  • secure

Words Related to win

  • clear,
  • gross,
  • net
  • accomplish,
  • achieve,
  • notch (up),
  • score
  • accumulate,
  • amass,
  • rack up
  • catch,
  • pick up
  • annex,
  • occupy,
  • take over
  • reacquire,
  • reattain,
  • recapture,
  • regain,
  • remake

Near Antonyms for win

  • accord,
  • give,
  • grant,
  • pay
  • give up,
  • hand over,
  • part (with),
  • relinquish,
  • surrender,
  • yield

Antonyms for win

  • forfeit,
  • lose

Synonyms for win

  • achieve,
  • attain,
  • bag,
  • chalk up,
  • clock (up)
  • [ chiefly British ],
  • gain,
  • hit,
  • log,
  • make,
  • notch (up),
  • rack up,
  • ring up,
  • score

Words Related to win

  • acquire,
  • capture,
  • carry,
  • draw,
  • garner,
  • get,
  • land,
  • obtain,
  • procure,
  • realize,
  • secure
  • amount (to),
  • approach,
  • equal,
  • match,
  • measure up (to),
  • meet,
  • rival,
  • tie,
  • touch
  • beat,
  • excel,
  • outdo,
  • surpass,
  • top

Near Antonyms for win

  • fall short (of),
  • miss
  • fail (at)
  • lose

Synonyms & Antonyms of win (Entry 2 of 2)

Synonyms for win

  • palm,
  • triumph,
  • victory

Words Related to win

  • capture,
  • conquest,
  • mastery,
  • subjugation,
  • vanquishing
  • blowout,
  • landslide,
  • laugher,
  • romp,
  • runaway,
  • shutout,
  • sweep,
  • walkaway,
  • walkover
  • squeaker
  • success
  • takeover

Near Antonyms for win

  • upset
  • collapse,
  • debacle
  • ( also débâcle ) ,
  • disaster,
  • failure,
  • fizzle,
  • flop,
  • nonsuccess,
  • washout
  • decline,
  • slip,
  • slump,
  • wane
  • lurch,
  • setback

Antonyms for win

  • beating,
  • defeat,
  • drubbing,
  • licking,
  • loss,
  • overthrow,
  • rout,
  • shellacking,
  • trimming,
  • whipping

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The first known use of win was before the 12th century

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“Win.” Merriam-Webster.com Thesaurus, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/thesaurus/win. Accessed 25 Nov. 2020.

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40 synonyms of win from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 71 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for win.

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Listen to the voice that tries to win you back to innocence and truth!

In the end, then, you’ll be out a lot of money even if you win.

It was almost impossible to win their confidence, or to get information from them.

There he stuck, and it stood to reason that he could not win.

Yet you could ever win me over to your side with that soft voice of yours.

It was all in his favour that he should have been forced at first to win his spurs as an actor.

He forgot that humble worship was not the way to win a high-spirited girl.

All that seemed to be necessary to win K.’s attention was to be unhappy enough.

I do not take what I cannot win by my own labor,’ said he; ‘there was a puma drove up the game for me.’

She’d win in a walk; unless The Dutchman was at his best when he might give her an argument.

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