Definition for return

noun as in earnings, benefit

noun as in answer

Strongest matches

comeback, response

noun as in summary

Strongest matches

record, report

verb as in earn

verb as in answer

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Example Sentences

The third and fourth sets I just served and couldn’t do much on the return … and it worked, it worked well.

This new-age technology saves your time and spends while improving your returns on investment.

In March, when the coronavirus pandemic shut down sports leagues around the world, Hoppe returned to California and worked on his game.

They returned to practice Tuesday after a week-long shutdown, but nine Buffalo players remain on the covid-19 list.

Imagine this scenario, I return to work, book between 60-120 appointments in a month, and buy a clear mask for each client.

Would the Democrats rescind those rights if they were to return to power?

They called for peace, reconciliation, and the safe return of Father Gregorio.

Most travelers return home from trips revitalized and armed with new goals.

Nickelodeon did not return a request for comment for this story.

Later studies showed that only gaining weight and the return of natural menstruation help improve bone density.

All things that are of the earth, shall return to the earth again, and all waters shall return to the sea.

They feel that the system has few advantages to offer in return for the cost it entails upon them.

It being offensive to the French, they took none of it with them on their return.

After the battle of the Pyramids he fell sick, and before the Syrian expedition, applied to return to France.

He decided not to return home directly; he wanted to go somewhere, but did not care to stay in Chicago.


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On this page you'll find 387 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to return, such as: arrival, entry, rebound, recovery, restoration, and acknowledgment.

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