break[ breyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF break
- nounfissure, opening
- nouninterruption of activity
- nounchange from friendly to unfriendly relationship
- nounlucky happening
- verbdestroy; make whole into pieces
- verbviolate law
- verbweaken, cause instability
- verbstop an action
- verbtell news
- verbbetter a performance
- verbemerge, happen
- verbrun away
- verbcushion something's effect
Synonyms for break
Antonyms for break
- bad luck
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BREAK
In you I was sure of a mind strong enough to break the fetters of habit.
You don't want to let him be the one to break it because you lost your money, do you?
My master would deem me ungrateful, Ambrose break his heart.
I am not faint-hearted,” said Stephen; “but I will not break mine oath to my master.
"Another tribe is trying to break into our land," he said to himself.
He dreaded to break the news to his mother, for he knew that it would distress her.
In a few days John Lambert would return, and then the storm must break.
Daubenton took it up, and began carelessly to break an egg with it.
Though passion may have strained it must not break our bonds of affection.
I am loth to interrupt you, Clary; though you could more than once break in upon me.