Synonyms & Antonyms : Grasp





Grasp



( Verb )


A man who
grasps too much may lose everything.

Synonyms:

Hold

Seize

Snatch

Grip

Grab

Clutch

Clasp

Contextual Examples:

I will
hold the mirror, you look into it.

One who
seizes the opportunity when it comes makes a success in life.

The thief
snatched the golden necklace from the lady’s neck and ran away.

But the policeman
grabbed the thief and recovered the necklace.



Antonyms:

Loose

Lose

Abandon

Release

Relinquish

Contextual Examples:

This shirt is too
loose for my slim body.

Don’t
lose patience; I will set it right.

I have
abandoned the idea of going abroad for the time being.

He
relinquished his job on being criticized by the general manager.




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