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Detailed Synonyms for said in English

said:

said adj

  1. said
  2. said
    – being the one previously mentioned or spoken of 1
    said; aforementioned; aforesaid
    – being the one previously mentioned or spoken of 1

Related Words for "said":

  • unsaid

Alternate Synonyms for "said":


Related Definitions for "said":

  1. being the one previously mentioned or spoken of1
    • said party has denied the charges1

say:

to say verb (says, said, saying)

  1. to say
    to say; to expound; to describe; to depict; to define; to report; to tell; recount; to cover; to explain
    • say verb (says, said, saying)
    • expound verb (expounds, expounded, expounding)
    • describe verb (describes, described, describing)
    • depict verb (depicts, depicted, depicting)
    • define verb (defines, defined, defining)
    • report verb (reports, reported, reporting)
    • tell verb (tells, told, telling)
    • recount verb
    • cover verb (covers, covered, covering)
    • explain verb (explains, explained, explaining)
  2. to say
    – give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority 1
    to order; to say; to tell; enjoin
    – give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority 1
    • order verb (orders, ordered, ordering)
      • She ordered him to do the shopping1
    • say verb (says, said, saying)
      • I said to him to go home1
    • tell verb (tells, told, telling)
      • The mother told the child to get dressed1
    • enjoin verb
  3. to say
    – express a supposition 1
    to suppose; to say
    – express a supposition 1
    • suppose verb (supposes, supposed, supposing)
    • say verb (says, said, saying)
      • Let us say that he did not tell the truth1
      • Let's say you had a lot of money--what would you do?1
  4. to say
    – indicate 1
    to say
    – indicate 1
    • say verb (says, said, saying)
      • The clock says noon1
  5. to say
    – communicate or express nonverbally 1
    to say
    – communicate or express nonverbally 1
    • say verb (says, said, saying)
      • What does this painting say?1
      • Did his face say anything about how he felt?1
  6. to say
    – recite or repeat a fixed text 1
    to say
    – recite or repeat a fixed text 1
    • say verb (says, said, saying)
      • She said her `Hail Mary'1
  7. to say
    – speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way 1
    to say; to articulate; to pronounce; enunciate; sound out; enounce
    – speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way 1
    • say verb (says, said, saying)
      • I cannot say `zip wire'1
    • articulate verb (articulates, articulated, articulating)
    • pronounce verb (pronounces, pronounced, pronouncing)
      • She pronounces French words in a funny way1
    • enunciate verb
    • sound out verb
      • Can the child sound out this complicated word?1
    • enounce verb
  8. to say
    – utter aloud 1
    to say
    – utter aloud 1
    • say verb (says, said, saying)
      • She said `Hello' to everyone in the office1
  9. to say
    – express in words 1
    to state; to say; to tell
    – express in words 1
    • state verb (states, stated, stating)
      • state your opinion1
      • state your name1
    • say verb (says, said, saying)
      • He said that he wanted to marry her1
    • tell verb (tells, told, telling)
      • tell me what is bothering you1
  10. to say
    – state as one's opinion or judgement; declare 1
    to say
    – state as one's opinion or judgement; declare 1
    • say verb (says, said, saying)
      • I say let's forget this whole business1
  11. to say
    – report or maintain 1
    to say; to allege; aver
    – report or maintain 1
    • say verb (says, said, saying)
      • He said it was too late to intervene in the war1
      • The registrar says that I owe the school money1
    • allege verb (alleges, alleged, alleging)
      • He alleged that he was the victim of a crime1
    • aver verb
  12. to say
    – have or contain a certain wording or form 1
    to read; to say
    – have or contain a certain wording or form 1
    • read verb (reads, read, reading)
      • The passage reads as follows1
    • say verb (says, said, saying)
      • What does the law say?1

Conjugations for say:

present
  1. say
  2. say
  3. says
  4. say
  5. say
  6. say
simple past
  1. said
  2. said
  3. said
  4. said
  5. said
  6. said
present perfect
  1. have said
  2. have said
  3. has said
  4. have said
  5. have said
  6. have said
past continuous
  1. was saying
  2. were saying
  3. was saying
  4. were saying
  5. were saying
  6. were saying
future
  1. shall say
  2. will say
  3. will say
  4. shall say
  5. will say
  6. will say
continuous present
  1. am saying
  2. are saying
  3. is saying
  4. are saying
  5. are saying
  6. are saying
subjunctive
  1. be said
  2. be said
  3. be said
  4. be said
  5. be said
  6. be said
diverse
  1. say!
  2. let's say!
  3. said
  4. saying
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

say [the ~] noun

  1. the say
    the participation; the joint decision making; the equal say; the say
  2. the say
    – the chance to speak 1
    the say
    – the chance to speak 1
    • say [the ~] noun
      • let him have his say1

Related Words for "say":


Alternate Synonyms for "say":


Related Definitions for "say":

  1. the chance to speak1
    • let him have his say1
  2. give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority1
    • I said to him to go home1
  3. express a supposition1
    • Let us say that he did not tell the truth1
    • Let's say you had a lot of money--what would you do?1
  4. indicate1
    • The clock says noon1
  5. communicate or express nonverbally1
    • What does this painting say?1
    • Did his face say anything about how he felt?1
  6. recite or repeat a fixed text1
    • She said her `Hail Mary'1
  7. speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way1
    • I cannot say `zip wire'1
  8. utter aloud1
    • She said `Hello' to everyone in the office1
  9. express in words1
    • He said that he wanted to marry her1
  10. state as one's opinion or judgement; declare1
    • I say let's forget this whole business1
  11. report or maintain1
    • He said it was too late to intervene in the war1
    • The registrar says that I owe the school money1
  12. have or contain a certain wording or form1
    • What does the law say?1

Related Synonyms for said