remainder [ri-meyn-der] Show IPA
|Part of Speech:||noun|
|Synonyms:||bottom of barrel, butt, carry-over, detritus, dregs, excess, fragment, garbage, hangover, heel, junk, leavings, leftover, obverse, oddment, odds and ends, overplus, refuse, relic, remains, remnant, residuum, rest, ruins, salvage, scrap, stump, surplus, trace, vestige, waste, wreck, wreckage|
|Notes:||remainder is a general word for what is left over, while residue (and residuum) is the remains at the end of a process; remnant is a part left after the greater part has been removed|
|Part of Speech:||noun, verb|
at a loose ends, at a stand, at a standstill, at anchor, at leisure, at one's ease, at rest, becalmed, calm, cataleptic, cubatory, deliberate, fixed, hypnagogic, immovable, leisurely, lodged, mawmsey, motionless, moveless, picktooth, quiescent, quiet, recumbent, reposing, restful, semisomnous, silent, sleeping, slow, somnifugous, stagnant, standing still, stationary, still, still as a mouse, still as a post, still as a statue, still as death, stock still, undisturbed, unmoved, unruffled, unstrained, untraveled
|Concept:||[Thing remaining] Remainder.|
|Category:||3. CONJUNCTIVE QUANTITY|
remainder, residue; remains, remanet, remnant, rest, relic; leavings, heeltap, odds and ends, cheeseparings, candle ends, orts; residuum; dregs (dirt); refuse (useless); stubble, result, educt; fag-end; ruins, wreck, skeleton, stump; alluvium., surplus, overplus, excess; balance, complement; superplus, surplusage; superfluity (redundance); survival, survivance.
remain; be left; exceed, survive; leave.
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