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Synonyms for string

stringed instruments

string along with someone

string someone along

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string someone up

string something out

Synonyms for string

a group of people or things arranged in a row

a number of things placed or occurring one after the other

to put (objects) onto a fine continuous filament

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string up: to execute by suspending by the neck

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a lightweight cord

a tightly stretched cord of wire or gut, which makes sound when plucked, struck, or bowed

a sequentially ordered set of things or events or ideas in which each successive member is related to the preceding

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a tie consisting of a cord that goes through a seam around an opening

a tough piece of fiber in vegetables, meat, or other food (especially the tough fibers connecting the two halves of a bean pod)

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(cosmology) a hypothetical one-dimensional subatomic particle having a concentration of energy and the dynamic properties of a flexible loop

a collection of objects threaded on a single strand

a necklace made by a stringing objects together

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thread on or as if on a string

add as if on a string

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move or come along

stretch out or arrange like a string

string together

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remove the stringy parts of

provide with strings

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Even Christians who believe a seven-year period of tribulation will precede the Second Coming aren't making much of the date with its three sixes strung together.
Each can be considered a colony of individuals strung together like a feather boa.
Local dance star Anton Kosov, a gaminlike creature of astounding versatility, contributed a solo that strung together jazz, ballet, and break dancing, complete with voguing, popping, and locking.
Toirac's recent exhibition, comprising six black-and-white paintings and a large installation in red wine, traced the progression of this myth through the celebrated photographs of Che that, when strung together, show how the revolutionary's fabled life fits the templates provided by historical icons from Achilles to Jesus Christ, mixed with native Catholicism and Santeria, superstition and mystery.
Essentially, Cowley's book consists of the ordered presentation of many dozens of such accounts, strung together by prose commentaries.
Point solutions strung together address bits and pieces of the overall challenge, not a comprehensive, holistic solution that maps easily to normal business operations.
A seventh consecutive Fairplex title would break the record shared by Pedroza and Flores (1989-94) and mark the longest reign by a jockey at one Southern California track since Bill Shoemaker strung together 17 Santa Anita titles (1951-1967) and 15 Hollywood Park titles (1953-67).
Although most proteins consist of many of the 20 amino acids strung together in various combinations, reflectins are made up mostly of only 6 amino acids.
The result was more like a series of vignettes strung together by the music.
Because the montage comes together only in the moment of observation, which alone produces the sequence of action and reaction, the observer becomes a sort of coauthor of the work Likewise it is up to the viewer to lend meaning to the characters' facial expressions and dialogue, which are always fragments strung together, each possessed of a story that can only be firmly anchored in one's own memories.
Also seemingly up to date is his reconstruction of conversations, strung together from diverse informants that he encountered in his many months of field research.
The Angels managed only a couple of harmless singles through four innings against Twins starter Kyle Lohse (7-8) before they strung together some hits in the fifth.
Unless you have the services of a Balanchine and can stage a Jewels (and that, after all, is really three one-act ballets miraculously strung together like a necklace), a company is pretty much restricted to developing, or borrowing, a narrative three-acter.
The fungus alternates in shape between single ellipsoidal cells and long filaments made of many cells strung together.