Synonyms of row in English

: row1row2

row1


See definition of row

noun

1‘rows of small children’

SYNONYMS
line, column, file, cordon
queue
procession, chain, string, series, succession
informal crocodile

2‘the middle row of seats’

SYNONYMS
tier, line, rank, bank

Synonyms of row in English

: row1row2

row2


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noun

1‘have you and Peter had a row?’

SYNONYMS
argument, quarrel, squabble, fight, contretemps, disagreement, difference of opinion, dissension, falling-out, dispute, disputation, contention, clash, altercation, shouting match, exchange, war of words
informal tiff, set-to, run-in, spat
British informal barney, slanging match, bunfight, ding-dong, bust-up
British informal afters
North American informal rhubarb
archaic broil, miff
Scottish archaic threap, collieshangie
archaic tracasserie, tracasseries
ANTONYMS

reconciliation, agreement

2‘Zach could hardly hear because of the row the crowd was making’

SYNONYMS
din, noise, racket, clamour, uproar, tumult, hubbub, commotion, disturbance, brouhaha, ruckus, rumpus, pandemonium, babel
informal ruction, hullabaloo
North American informal foofaraw

3‘if Ted spotted you at it, he'd give you a row’

SYNONYMS
reprimand, rebuke, reproof, admonition, reproach, reproval, scolding, remonstration, upbraiding, castigation, lambasting, lecture, criticism, censure
informal rap, rap over the knuckles, telling-off, slap on the wrist, flea in one's ear, dressing-down, roasting, tongue-lashing, bawling-out, caning, blast
British informal ticking off, carpeting, wigging, rollicking, rocket
Australian, New Zealand informal serve
British vulgar slang bollocking
dated rating

verb

1‘lots of couples row about money’

SYNONYMS
argue, quarrel, squabble, bicker, have a fight, have a row, fight, fall out, disagree, fail to agree, differ, be at odds, have a misunderstanding, be at variance, have words, dispute, spar, wrangle, bandy words, cross swords, lock horns, be at each other's throats, be at loggerheads
informal scrap, go at it hammer and tongs, argufy
archaic altercate, chop logic
Scottish archaic fratch

Phrases

    in a row

    ‘three days in a row’


    SYNONYMS

    consecutively, one after the other, in succession

    running, straight

    informal

    on the trot