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noun as in center, focal point

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European hubs are a natural stopping point for many flights from Africa to other regions.

Uber plans on making Chicago one of its primary hubs, increasing its staff there from 75 to 500 by 2016.

Sites like Twitter and Facebook have become communication hubs—and also places where you are getting manipulated by fake people.

The gulf between mercantile hubs and the polities in which they are lodged is not new.

Same goes for his push to increase manufacturing hubs across the country.

My rings were made by padding the iron rings from the hubs of a lumber wagon and swinging them from the rafters.

Across the bed of one more ravine, the sand up to the hubs, and we were in the Daur camp.

They differed somewhat in size and shape; hence the hubs of the fore and hind wheels did not match.

The road, especially near the base, is nothing but a sea of clay in which the military carts sink up to their hubs.

Some climbed upon the wheel hubs of the wagons that were backed up in rows alongside the open shed and balanced themselves there.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hubs, such as: nerve center, heart, core, focus, seat, and middle.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.