closer

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From close (adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."):
closer
adj comparative
closest
adj superlative

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Sense: Adjective: near in space
Synonyms:
near , nearby , next door to, a stone's throw away (informal), a hop, skip, and a jump away (informal), nigh, at hand, not far, in the vicinity, on the doorstep (informal), in close proximity, proximate, neighboring, neighbouring (UK), adjacent , close by
Antonyms:
far , faraway, away , distant , far-off, remote
Sense: Adjective: near in time
Synonyms:
near , around the corner (informal), just around the corner (informal), at hand, nigh, coming up, almost here
Sense: Adjective: compact
Synonyms:
compact, dense , tight , packed , jam-packed (informal), cramped
Antonyms:
loose , open , slack
Sense: Adjective: stingy
Synonyms:
stingy , cheap , miserly, penny-pinching (slang), closefisted, tightfisted (slang), tight (slang), stinting, ungenerous, uncharitable, mean , niggardly, narrow , parsimonious
Antonyms:
generous , charitable, kind , benevolent, giving, lavish , unselfish
Sense: Adjective: stifling - informal
Synonyms:
stifling, stuffy , suffocating, airless, breathless, heavy , oppressive, muggy (informal), humid , unventilated
Antonyms:
airy, breezy, refreshing, fresh
Sense: Adjective: accurate
Synonyms:
accurate , precise , exact , spot-on (informal), rigorous
Sense: Adjective: intimate
Synonyms:
intimate , inseparable, dear , close-knit, buddy-buddy (informal), chummy (informal), tight (informal), thick (informal)
Antonyms:
distant , remote , unfriendly , hostile , estranged
Sense: Adjective: evenly matched
Synonyms:
neck and neck, down to the wire, tight , closely fought, close-run, even , evenly matched
Sense: Verb: shut
Synonyms:
shut , slam , slam sth shut, pull sth to (informal), push sth to (informal)
Antonyms:
open , open up, hold open, stay open, unlock , unbar, unclose, unfasten, unbolt, unlatch
Sense: Verb: lock
Synonyms:
lock , lock up, secure , bar , bolt , deadbolt, fasten , latch , padlock
Sense: Verb: block
Synonyms:
block , block off, block up, shut , plug , plug up, stop up, seal , seal off, cork , stopper
Antonyms:
open , unseal
Sense: Verb: bring to a close
Synonyms:
bring sth to a close, close out, conclude , finish , terminate , end , finish up, wrap up (informal), wind up (informal), stop , put a stop to, put an end to, adjourn
Antonyms:
open , begin , start , introduce , continue , extend , prolong
Sense: Verb: come to a close
Synonyms:
come to a close, come to an end, conclude , finish , end , halt , stop , wind down, cease , die , lapse , break off, quit , leave off
Sense: Verb: go out of business
Synonyms:
go out of business, close down, shut down, fold , flop , go bust (informal), go under, fail , go into liquidation, cease operations
Sense: Verb: arrive at an agreement
Synonyms:
settle , seal , clinch, secure , make , consummate, finalize , finalise (UK)
Antonyms:
revoke, rescind, counter , call off, pull out of, drop out of, contest , protest , oppose
Sense: Noun: cessation
Synonyms:
cessation, cease , end , ending , conclusion , finish , termination , adjournment, stop , stoppage, expiration, halt , lapse
Antonyms:
opening , beginning , start , introduction , continuation, extension , prolongation
Sense: Noun: final part
Synonyms:
finale, conclusion , ending , end , finish , consummation, closing , final curtain

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