History”very small amount,” 1630s, figurative use of iota, ninth and smallest letter in the Greek alphabet. He doesn’t spare the horror of the thing one iota, but it “gets one right. One would not detract an iota from the achievements of these gallant adventurers. She should not, however, permit herself to fail in iota synonym iota of her duty.
It was on the Wednesday night that the Iota crossed to Etretat. 2013 by the Philip Lief Group. History1520s, borrowing of Latin jota, variant spelling of Greek iota “the letter -i-,” the smallest letter in the alphabet, hence the least part of anything. Meanwhile, the passion of the lover abated not one jot, or for an instant. But before I remove one jot of these stains, I must hear the whole from you. Whether he were in the humour to profit by it, mattered not a jot.
I found that his imprisonment had not made him one jot the wiser. Most people do not care a jot whether their children go to one or the other. 2013 by the Philip Lief Group. A synonym is a word or phrase that means the same or nearly the same as another. Here is a list of synonyms, arranged alphbetically, that can help you build your vocabulary and add variety to your writing. Abase, debase, degrade, humble, humiliate, disgrace. Abolish, repeal, rescind, revoke, abrogate, annul, nullify, cancel.
Active, agile, nimble, brisk, sprightly, spry, bustling. Allay, alleviate, mitigate, assuage, mollify, relieve. Announce, proclaim, promulgate, report, advertise, publish, bruit, blazon, trumpet, herald. Answer, reply, response, rejoinder, retort, repartee. Artifice, ruse, trick, dodge, maneuver, wile, stratagem, subterfuge, finesse. Ask, inquire, question, interrogate, interpolate, query, quiz, catechize, request, beg, solicit, entreat, beseech, crave, implore.