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See definition of readying on Dictionary.com
  • as inpreliminary
  • as inprolegomenous
  • as inloading
  • as inpreparation
  • as inrehearsal
  • as intraining

synonyms for readying

  • exploratory
  • preparatory
  • prior
  • basic
  • first
  • fundamental
  • opening
  • pilot
  • primary
  • qualifying
  • test
  • trial
  • elemental
  • elementary
  • inductive
  • initiatory
  • preceding
  • precursory
  • prefatory
  • preparing
  • primal
  • packing
  • storing
  • burdening
  • charging
  • cramming
  • encumbering
  • filling
  • lading
  • priming
  • drill
  • practice session
  • reading
  • recital
  • tryout
  • workout
  • call
  • description
  • experiment
  • going-over
  • practice
  • prep
  • recitation
  • recounting
  • relation
  • run through
  • shakedown
  • dry run
  • retelling
  • test flight
  • trial balloon
  • trial performance

antonyms for readying

MOST RELEVANT
  • additional
  • extra
  • secondary
  • closing
  • concluding
  • final
      • ignorance
      • ingredient
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      How to use readying in a sentence

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      Despite not ending up where he hoped on the international stage, Bjerg felt he was ready to move on, announcing his plans to retire as a player.
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      Add the brandy and bitters, stir it up, and it’ll be ready to serve.
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      Nearby sits a little flower vase sprouting mint and cilantro, ready to be plucked and tucked inside the meaty wraps.
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      The Fed has given no signal that it’s ready to wind down these programs.
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      We had a chance to get ready here, and New York didn’t have that.
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      Her prediction is that American consumers will turn to more upscale indulgences and ready-to-eat foods and that retailers might see shortages of those.
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      The top 30 NBA Draft picks for next week’s draft will have to get themselves ready for broadcast.
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      WORDS RELATED TO READYING

      • burdening
      • charging
      • cramming
      • encumbering
      • filling
      • lading
      • packing
      • priming
      • readying
      • storing
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