Other Words for Place

Place Adjective Synonyms
function, role, part, purpose, duty, obligation, task, responsibility, charge, chore, burden, concern, mission
It is scarcely my place to remind you of your appointments with the dentist.

locale, area, neighborhood, vicinity, district, section, part of the country, quarter, region, city, town, village, hamlet
She comes from some place near Glasgow.

Place Adverb Synonyms
position, job, post, berth, appointment, livelihood, employment, occupation, billet
Is there a chance of my earning a place in your new company.

class, classify, sort, order, arrange, rank, group, categorize, bracket, grade, regard, view, see, consider
She places love of family above love of country. Critics place him among the best writers of the century.

Place Noun Synonyms
prairie, grassland, pasture, meadow-land, veld or veldt, pampas, campo, llano, savannah or savanna, steppe, tundra, champaign or campagna, heath, moor, moorland, plateau, flatland, down, downland, wold, mead
The plain stretched out before us as far as the eye could see.

open, honest, straightforward, forthright, direct, frank, candid, blunt, outspoken, ingenuous, sincere, guileless, artless, unreserved
I want to see some plain talk between the two of us.

simple, unadorned, undecorated, unembellished, basic, austere, stark, unostentatious, colourless, drab, bare, unvarnished, Spartan
Don't you find the average business suit a very plain affair.

seat, chair, position
Kevin, please take your place at the head of the table.

status, station, standing, grade, rank, position, niche, slot, situation, estate, state, circumstance(s)
Angela was just saying how difficult it is today to find a servant who knows his place.

Place Verb Synonyms
location, site, position, point, spot, locus, area, locale, scene, setting
This looks like a nice place for a picnic. She likes to see a place for everything and everything in its place.

identify, put one's finger on, recall, remember, recognize, associate
I just can't place her for the moment. He finally placed me with those who had ragged him at school.

put, set, assign, give
People place too much importance on material things.

put (out), position, situate, locate, dispose, arrange, order, set (out), lay, deposit, station, post, spot, pinpoint, stick, bung
Place the forks on the left and the knives on the right. They placed guards at the door of my room.

More Words for Place

Deposit / Group / Simple / Scene / See / Setting / Chair / Station / Order / Part / Town / Sort / Give / Grade / State / Arrange / Consider / View / Estate / Point / Post / Bare / Mission / Pasture / Set / Class / Purpose / Associate / Position / Moor / Open / Stick / Section

Alphetical Places

Science / Astrology / Alphetical Places: Those parts of a horoscope from 5° above the Ascendant to 25° below, from 5° below the Descendant to 25° above, and from 5° preceding the ninth house cusp to the middle of the eleventh house. Ben MORE

Multi-Ethnic Placement Act

Life Style / Adoption / Multi-Ethnic Placement Act: A federal law enacted in 1994 and implemented through state policy. The Multi-Ethnic Placement Act of 1994, as amended, P.L. 103-382 [42 USC 622] prohibits the delay or denial of any adoption or place MORE

Foster Adoption Placement

Life Style / Adoption / Foster Adoption Placement: Foster placement of a child, with adoption being the final goal, once all legal requirements have been met. The couple must be certified as suitable to adopt with their home licensed as a foster home. MORE

Stratified Marketplace

Business / Real Estate / Stratified Marketplace: The real estate market is a marketplace that is stratified based on price. MORE

Lift, Clean And Place

Entertainment / Golf / Lift, Clean And Place: (sometimes also 'preferred lies, winter rules') a mode of play, usually because of muddy or poor course conditions, where through the green the ball may be picked up, cleaned off and replaced (within MORE

Executive Outplacement

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Executive Outplacement: A program designed to provide displaced senior-level managerial and professional employees with career management and transition services that go above and beyond what is typically offered through a c MORE

Links
Home
Glossary
Thesaurus