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Adjective
Noun
Adverb
  • Near in time or place or relationship (synset 400411619)
  • In an attentive manner (synset 400507682)
Adjective
  • Rigorously attentive
    Strict and thorough (synset 300310743)
  • Marked by fidelity to an original (synset 300022256)
  • (of a contest or contestants) evenly matched (synset 300893915)
  • Crowded (synset 300560964)
  • Lacking fresh air (synset 302519542)
  • Of textiles (synset 302240484)
  • Strictly confined or guarded (synset 302007394)
  • Confined to specific persons (synset 301865308)
  • Fitting closely but comfortably (synset 301450828)
  • Used of hair or haircuts (synset 301439442)
  • Giving or spending with reluctance (synset 301116967)
  • Inclined to secrecy or reticence about divulging information (synset 300502916)
Verb
  • Move so that an opening or passage is obstructed
    Make shut (synset 201347791)
  • Become closed (synset 201349660)
  • Cease to operate or cause to cease operating (synset 202431242)
  • Finish or terminate (meetings, speeches, etc.) (synset 202430760)
  • Come to a close (synset 202616663)
  • Complete a business deal, negotiation, or an agreement (synset 200765876)
  • Be priced or listed when trading stops (synset 202760151)
  • Engage at close quarters (synset 202380710)
  • Cause a window or an application to disappear on a computer desktop (synset 202145254)
  • Change one's body stance so that the forward shoulder and foot are closer to the intended point of impact (synset 202108781)
  • Come together, as if in an embrace (synset 202058465)
  • Draw near (synset 202058306)
  • Bring together all the elements or parts of (synset 201610192)
  • Bar access to (synset 201481053)
  • Fill or stop up (synset 201425939)
  • Unite or bring into contact or bring together the edges of (synset 201294544)
  • Finish a game in baseball by protecting a lead (synset 200352791)

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