Synonyms & Antonyms : Tear





Tear



( Verb )


He did
tear the parcel open.

Synonyms :

Rip

Rend

Shred

Sunder

Dust

Dash

Speed

Seize

Snatch

Pluck

Split

Lacerate

Sever

Rupture

Division

Contextual Examples:

In the middle ages the peers would play duels with swords and the women usually
ripped the loser.

Differences among brothers have led to the
split of the land left by their father.

The fight among the hoodlums of the neighborhood led one to
lacerate the other. The police had to intervene and arrest the offender.

The
rupture among the partners has led to the division of firm. They have severed business connections altogether.



Antonyms:

Repair

Patch

Rectify

Restore

Mend

Contextual Examples:

I have got my motor – bike duly
repaired.

The partners have
patched their differences and recombined their split firm.

The losses suffered during the split are being gradual
rectified.

The profits of the old firm will get
restored in due course.

The partners have
mended their ways by working out a new division of responsibilities.




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