breaks[ breyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF breaks
- 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 breaks
Antonyms for breaks
- bad luck
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BREAKS
They passed over the Blue Ridge where it breaks south into woody hills.
Barbara breaks in, 'Indeed you have, dear, and a lovely one.
There is a certain spirit in the world which breaks everything off short.
The window is securely fastened, your Excellency, unless he breaks the glass.
Thrice he breaks water, a white and ghostly apparition from the deep.
The primary—ah, booster, as you say, breaks free at twelve miles.
Up to now, Burroughs has had all the breaks as to book publication.
Oh, very; so is a Dresden china shepherd, but if you let him fall he breaks.
When the Bovista ripens it breaks from its moorings and is blown about by the wind.
Yes, I said; but if this definition of justice also breaks down, what other can be offered?
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BREAKS
- course of events
- divine decree
- the stars
- way the ball bounces
- way the cookie crumbles
- what is written
- wheel of fortune
- world to come