Gear (including necessary machinery) for a particular enterprise.
Roget 962: libertine; voluptuary etc. 954.1; rake, debauchee, loose fish, rip, rakehell†, fast man; intrigant†, gallant, seducer, fornicator, lecher, satyr, goat, whoremonger, paillard†, adulterer, gay deceiver, Lothario, Don Juan, Bluebeard†; chartered libertine. adulteress, advoutress†, courtesan, prostitute, strumpet, harlot, whore, punk, fille de joie [Fr.]; woman, woman of the town; streetwalker, Cyprian, miss, piece [Fr.]; frail sisterhood; demirep, wench, trollop, trull†, baggage, hussy, drab, bitch, jade, skit, rig, quean†, mopsy†, slut, minx, harridan; unfortunate, unfortunate female, unfortunate woman; woman of easy virtue etc. (unchaste) 961; wanton, fornicatress†; Jezebel, Messalina, Delilah, Thais, Phryne, Aspasia†, Lais, lorette†, cocotte†, petite dame, grisette†; demimonde; chippy [U.S.]; sapphist†; spiritual wife; white slave. concubine, mistress, doxy†, chere amie [Fr.], bona roba [It]. pimp, procurer; pander, pandar†; bawd, conciliatrix†, procuress†, mackerel, wittol†. ... show more
Roget 840: amusement, entertainment, recreation, fun, game, fun and games; diversion, divertissement; reaction, solace; pastime, passetemps [Fr.], sport; labor of love; pleasure etc. 827. relaxation; leisure etc. 685. fun, frolic, merriment, jollity; joviality, jovialness†; heyday; laughter etc. 838; jocosity, jocoseness†; drollery, buffoonery, tomfoolery; mummery, pleasantry; wit etc. 842; quip, quirk. [verbal expressions of amusement: list] giggle, titter, snigger, snicker, crow, cheer, chuckle, shout; horse laugh, belly laugh, hearty laugh; guffaw; burst of laughter, fit of laughter, shout of laughter, roar of laughter, peal of laughter; cachinnation†; Kentish fire; tiger. play; game, game at romps; gambol, romp, prank, antic, rig, lark, spree, skylarking, vagary, monkey trick, gambade, fredaine†, escapade, echappee [Fr.], bout, espieglerie [Fr.]; practical joke etc. (ridicule) 856. dance; hop, reel, rigadoon†, saraband†, hornpipe, bolero, ballroom dance; [ballroom dances: list], minuet, waltz, polka, fox trot, tango, samba, rhumba, twist, stroll, hustle, cha-cha; fandango, cancan; bayadere†; breakdown, cake-walk, cornwallis [U.S.], break dancing; nautch-girl; shindig [U.S.]; skirtdance†, stag dance, Virginia reel, square dance; galop†, galopade†; jig, Irish jig, fling, strathspey†; allemande [Fr.]; gavot†, gavotte, tarantella; mazurka, morisco†, morris dance; quadrille; country dance, folk dance; cotillon, Sir Roger de Coverley; ballet etc. (drama) 599; ball; bal, bal masque, bal costume; masquerade; Terpsichore. festivity, merrymaking; party etc. (social gathering) 892; blowout [U.S.], hullabaloo, hoedown, bat [U.S.], bum [U.S.], bust [Slang], clambake [U.S.], donation party [U.S.], fish fry [U.S.], jamboree [Slang], kantikoy†, nautch†, randy, squantum [U.S.], tear [Slang], Turnerfest†, yule log; fete, festival, gala, ridotto†; revels, revelry, reveling; carnival, brawl, saturnalia, high jinks; feast, banquet etc. (food) 298; regale, symposium, wassail; carouse, carousal; jollification, junket, wake, Irish wake, picnic, fete champetre [Fr.], regatta, field day; treat. round of pleasures, dissipation, a short life and a merry one, racketing, holiday making. rejoicing etc. 838; jubilee etc. (celebration) 883. bonfire, fireworks, feu-de-joie, firecracker. holiday; gala day, red letter day, play day; high days and holidays; high holiday, Bank holiday; May day, Derby day; Saint Monday, Easter Monday, Whit Monday; Bairam†; wayz-goos†, bean feast; Arbor Day, Declaration Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving Day; Mardi gras [Fr.], mi-careme [Fr.], feria [Lat.], fiesta. place of amusement, theater; hall, concert room, ballroom, assemblyroom†; music hall. park, plaisance†; national park, national forest, state park, county park, city park, vest-pocket park, public park (public) 737.1; arbor; garden etc. (horticulture) 371; pleasure ground, playground, cricketground, croquet ground, archery ground, hunting ground; tennis court, racket court; bowling alley, green alley; croquet lawn, rink, glaciarum†, skating rink; roundabout, merry-go-round; swing; montagne Russe [Fr.]. game of chance, game of skill. athletic sports, gymnastics; archery, rifle shooting; tournament, pugilism etc. (contention) 720; sports etc. 622; horse racing, the turf; aquatics etc. 267; skating, sliding; cricket, tennis, lawn tennis; hockey, football, baseball, soccer, ice hockey, basketball; rackets, fives, trap bat and ball, battledore and shuttlecock, la grace; pall-mall, tipcat†, croquet, golf, curling, pallone†, polo, water polo; tent pegging; tilting at the ring, quintain [Mediev.]; greasy pole; quoits, horseshoes, discus; rounders, lacrosse; tobogganing, water polo; knurr and spell†. [childrens' games] leapfrog, hop skip and jump; mother may I; French and English, tug of war; blindman's bluff, hunt the slopper†, hide and seek, kiss in the ring; snapdragon; cross questions and crooked answers. ; crisscross, hopscotch; jacks, jackstones†, marbles; mumblety-peg, mumble-the-peg, pushball, shinney, shinny, tag &c.; billiards, pool, pingpong, pyramids, bagatelle; bowls, skittles, ninepins, kain†, American bowls†; tenpins [U.S.], tivoli. cards, card games; whist, rubber; round game; loo, cribbage, besique†, euchre, drole†, ecarte [Fr.], picquet†, allfours†, quadrille, omber, reverse, Pope Joan, commit; boston, boaston†; blackjack, twenty-one, vingtun [Fr.]; quinze [Fr.], thirty-one, put, speculation, connections, brag, cassino†, lottery, commerce, snip-snap-snoren†, lift smoke, blind hookey, Polish bank, Earl of Coventry, Napoleon, patience, pairs; banker; blind poker, draw poker, straight poker, stud poker; bluff, bridge, bridge whist; lotto, monte, three-card monte, nap, penny-ante, poker, reversis†, squeezers, old maid, fright, beggar-my-neighbor; baccarat. [cards: list] ace, king, queen, knave, jack, ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, trey, deuce; joker; trump, wild card. [card suits: list] spades, hearts, clubs, diamonds; major suit, minor suit. bower; right bower, left bower; dummy; jackpot; deck. [hands at poker: list] pair, two pair, three of a kind, straight, flush, full-house, four of a kind, royal flush; misere &c.. [board games: list] chess, draughts, checkers, checquers, backgammon, dominos, merelles†, nine men's morris, go bang, solitaire; game of fox and goose; monopoly; loto &c.; [word games: list], scrabble, scribbage, boggle, crossword puzzle, hangman. morra†; gambling etc. (chance) 621. toy, plaything, bauble; doll etc. (puppet ) 554; teetotum†; knickknack etc. (trifle) 643; magic lantern etc. (show) 448; peep show, puppet show, raree show, gallanty show†; toy shop; quips and cranks and wanton wiles, nods and becks quips and cranks and wanton wiles, nods and becks and wreathed smiles" [Milton]. entertainer, showman, showgirl; dancer, tap dancer, song-and-dance man; vaudeville act; singer; musician etc. 416. sportsman, gamester, reveler; master of ceremonies, master of revels; pompom girl†; arbiter elegantiarum [Lat.]; arbiter bibendi [Lat.], archer, fan [U.S.], toxophilite†, turfman†. ... show more
A truck consisting of a tractor and trailer together.
Formation of masts, spars, sails, etc., on a vessel.
Roget 633: machinery, mechanism, engineering. instrument, organ, tool, implement, utensil, machine, engine, lathe, gin, mill; air engine, caloric engine, heat engine. gear; tackle, tackling, rig, rigging, apparatus, appliances; plant, materiel; harness, trappings, fittings, accouterments; barde†; equipment, equipmentage†; appointments, furniture, upholstery; chattels; paraphernalia etc. (belongings) 780. mechanical powers; lever, leverage; mechanical advantage; crow, crowbar; handspike†, gavelock†, jemmy†, jimmy, arm, limb, wing; oar, paddle; pulley; wheel and axle; wheelwork, clockwork; wheels within wheels; pinion, crank, winch; cam; pedal; capstan etc. (lift) 307; wheel etc. (rotation) 312; inclined plane; wedge; screw; spring, mainspring; can hook, glut, heald†, heddle†, jenny, parbuckle†, sprag†, water wheel. handle, hilt, haft, shaft, heft, shank, blade, trigger, tiller, helm, treadle, key; turnscrew, screwdriver; knocker. hammer etc. (impulse) 276; edge tool etc. (cut) 253; borer etc. 262; vice, teeth, etc. (hold) 781; nail, rope etc. (join) 45; peg etc. (hang) 214; support etc. 215; spoon etc. (vehicle) 272; arms etc. 727; oar etc. (navigation) 267; cardiograph, recapper†, snowplow, tenpenny†, votograph†. ... show more
is a specific kind of: formation.
Dutch: tuigage, zeilwerk
A set of clothing (with accessories).
Dutch: opstaan, outfit, tenue
Gear used in fishing.
has as a part: gig.
Dutch: stek, tuig, vistuig, want
A vehicle with wheels drawn by one or more horses.
Roget 272: vehicle, conveyance, carriage, caravan, van; common carrier; wagon, waggon†, wain, dray, cart, lorry. truck, tram; cariole, carriole†; limber, tumbrel, pontoon; barrow; wheel barrow, hand barrow; perambulator; Bath chair, wheel chair, sedan chair; chaise; palankeen†, palanquin; litter, brancard†, crate, hurdle, stretcher, ambulance; black Maria; conestoga wagon, conestoga wain; jinrikisha, ricksha, brett†, dearborn [U.S.], dump cart, hack, hackery†, jigger, kittereen†, mailstate†, manomotor†, rig, rockaway†, prairie schooner [U.S.], shay, sloven, team, tonga†, wheel; hobbyhorse, go-cart; cycle; bicycle, bike, two-wheeler; tricycle, velocipede, quadricycle†. equipage, turn-out; coach, chariot, phaeton, break, mail phaeton, wagonette, drag, curricle†, tilbury†, whisky, landau, barouche, victoria, brougham, clarence†, calash, caleche [Fr.], britzka†, araba†, kibitka†; berlin; sulky, desobligeant [Fr.], sociable, vis-a-vis, dormeuse [Fr.]; jaunting car, outside car; dandi†; doolie†, dooly†; munchil†, palki†; roller skates, skate; runabout; ski; tonjon†; vettura†. post chaise, diligence, stage; stage coach, mail coach, hackney coach, glass coach; stage wagon, car, omnibus, fly, cabriolet†, cab, hansom, shofle†, four-wheeler, growler, droshki†, drosky†. dogcart, trap, whitechapel, buggy, four-in-hand, unicorn, random, tandem; shandredhan†, char-a-bancs [Fr.]. motor car, automobile, limousine, car, auto, jalopy, clunker, lemon, flivver, coupe, sedan, two-door sedan, four-door sedan, luxury sedan; wheels [Coll.], sports car, roadster, gran turismo [It], jeep, four-wheel drive vehicle, electric car, steamer; golf cart, electric wagon; taxicab, cab, taxicoach†, checker cab, yellow cab; station wagon, family car; motorcycle, motor bike, side car; van, minivan, bus, minibus, microbus; truck, wagon, pick-up wagon, pick-up, tractor-trailer, road train, articulated vehicle; racing car, racer, hot rod, stock car, souped-up car. bob, bobsled, bobsleigh†; cutter; double ripper, double runner [U.S.]; jumper, sled, sledge, sleigh, toboggan. train; accommodation train, passenger train, express trail, special train, corridor train, parliamentary train, luggage train, freight train, goods train; 1st class train, 2nd class train, 3rd class train, 1st class carriage, 2nd class carriage, 3rd class carriage, 1st class compartment, 2nd class compartment, 3rd class compartment; rolling stock; horse box, cattle truck; baggage car, express car, freight car, parlor car, dining car, Pullman car, sleeping car, sleeper, dome car; surface car, tram car, trolley car; box car, box wagon; horse car [U.S.]; bullet train, shinkansen [Jap.], cannonball, the Wabash cannonball, lightning express; luggage van; mail, mail car, mail van. shovel, spool, spatula, ladle, hod, hoe; spade, spaddle†, loy†; spud; pitchfork; post hole digger. [powered construction vehicles] tractor, steamshovel, backhoe, fork lift, earth mover, dump truck, bulldozer, grader, caterpillar, trench digger, steamroller; pile driver; crane, wrecking crane. ... show more
is a specific kind of: horse-drawn vehicle.
is a broader term that covers: barouche | brougham | buckboard | buggy, roadster | cab, cabriolet | caroche | chaise, shay | chariot | clarence | coach, coach-and-four, four-in-hand | droshky, drosky | gharry | gig | hackney, hackney carriage, hackney coach | hansom, hansom cab | landau | post chaise | stanhope | surrey | trap | troika ... show more.
Dutch: break, brik, janplezier, rijtuig, wagon
The act of swindling by some fraudulent scheme.
is a specific kind of: fraud.
is a broader term that covers: cozenage, scam | bunco, bunco game, bunko, bunko game, con, con game, confidence game, confidence trick, flimflam, hustle, sting | gip, gyp | pyramiding | holdout | swiz | shell game, thimblerig.
derivation: cheat, chicane, chouse, jockey, screw, shaft | manipulate, rigv2 | bunco, con, defraud, diddle, goldbrick, hornswoggle, mulct, nobble, rook, scam, short-change, swindle, victimize | rigv1, set up.
Arrange the outcome of by means of deceit:
— Rig an election.
synonym: set up.
Roget 225: invest; cover etc. 223; envelope, lap, involve; inwrap†, enwrap; wrap; fold up, wrap up, lap up, muffle up; overlap; sheath, swathe, swaddle, roll up in, circumvest. vest, clothe, array, dress, dight†, drape, robe, enrobe, attire, apparel, accounter†, rig, fit out; deck etc. (ornament) 847; perk, equip, harness, caparison. wear; don; put on, huddle on, slip on; mantle. ... show more
Dutch: harden, leiden, regelen, schikken, verstrikken
Manipulate in a fraudulent manner:
— Rig prices.
Equip with sails or masts:
— Rig a ship.
Roget 673: prepare; get ready, make ready; make preparations, settle preliminaries, get up, sound the note of preparation. set in order, put in order etc. (arrange) 60; forecast etc. (plan) 626; prepare the ground, plow the ground, dress the ground; till the soil, cultivate the soil; predispose, sow the seed, lay a train, dig a mine; lay the groundwork, fix the groundwork, lay the basis, fix the basis, lay the foundations, fix the foundations; dig the foundations, erect the scaffolding; lay the first stone etc. (begin) 66. roughhew; cut out work; block out, hammer out; lick into shape etc. (form) 240. elaborate, mature, ripen, mellow, season, bring to maturity; nurture etc. (aid) 707; hatch, cook, brew; temper, anneal, smelt; barbecue; infumate†; maturate. equip, arm, man; fit-out, fit up; furnish, rig, dress, garnish, betrim†, accouter, array, fettle, fledge; dress up, furbish up, brush up, vamp up; refurbish; sharpen one's tools, trim one's foils, set, prime, attune; whet the knife, whet the sword; wind up, screw up; adjust etc. (fit) 27; put in trim, put in train, put in gear, put in working order, put in tune, put in a groove for, put in harness; pack. train etc. (teach) 537; inure etc. (habituate) 613; breed; prepare for &c.; rehearse; make provision for; take steps, take measures, take precautions; provide, provide against; beat up for recruits; open the door to etc. (facilitate) 705. set one's house in order, make all snug; clear the decks, clear for action; close one's ranks; shuffle the cards. prepare oneself; serve an apprenticeship etc. (learn) 539; lay oneself out for, get into harness, gird up one's loins, buckle on one's armor, reculer pour mieux sauter [Fr.], prime and load, shoulder arms, get the steam up, put the horses to. guard against, make sure against; forearm, make sure, prepare for the evil day, have a rod in pickle, provide against a rainy day, feather one's nest; lay in provisions etc. 637; make investments; keep on foot. be prepared, be ready etc. adj.; hold oneself in readiness, keep one's powder dry; lie in wait for etc. (expect) 507; anticipate etc. (foresee) 510; principiis obstare [Lat.]; veniente occurrere morbo [Lat.]. ... show more
Dutch: optakelen, optuigen, tuigen
Moby thesaurus: Dalai Lama, Holy Roman Emperor, Inca, Kaiser, accouter, accouterments, adulterate, angle, antic, apparatus, appliances, appoint, appointments, appurtenances, ardri, arm, armament, ballet skirt, bamboozle, bey, bib and tucker, brew, buskin, cabal, cacique, caesar, cap and bells, caparison, caper, cham, chicane, collude, complot, con, concoct, connive, conspire, conveniences, cook, cook up, costume, countermine, counterplot, czar, disguise, doctor, dress, duffel, engineer, equip, equipage, equipment, facilities, facility, fake, finagle, finesse, fit, fit out, fit up, fittings, fix, fixtures, flimflam, fool, four-in-hand, frame, frame up, frock, frolic, furnish, furnishings, furniture, gear, getup, guise, gull, habit, harness, hatch, hatch a plot, hatch up, heel, hoax, hoodwink, impedimenta, installations, intrigue, juggle, kaid, khan, kit, lark, lay a plot, livery, load, machinate, machinery, man, maneuver, manipulate, masquerade, materiel, mikado, monkeyshine, motley, munition, munitions, negus, operate, outfit, pack, pack the deal, padishah, pair, paraphernalia, pendragon, pharaoh, plan, plant, plot, plumbing, prearrange, preconcert, precontrive, predesign, premeditate, preorder, prepare, randem, retouch, rig out, rig up, rigging, ropework, roping, running rigging, sachem, sagamore, salt, scheme, service, serving, set up, setout, sew up, shah, sheikh, shenanigan, shines, shogun, sock, sophisticate, span, spike, spike team, stack, stack the cards, staff, standing rigging, stock-in-trade, suit, tackle, tackling, tamper with, tandem, team, tenno, things, three-up, tights, trappings, trick, trousseau, turn out, turnout, tutu, tycoon, unicorn, uniform, utensils, wangle, wardrobe, whipping ... show more.
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