Similar Words
aapaart, apar, aparrt, apartt, appart, part

Apart — synonyms, definition

1. apart (o)

23 synonyms
alone aloof aside asunder away beyond distant exclusively hence in isolation in pieces in reserve in two independently individually off over removed separately thence • • •

2. apart (a)

39 synonyms
abandoned abstract abstracted alone aloof asunder at a distance cool detached diffuse disassociated disconnected distant divided further ignored in isolation in pieces in two indifferent • • •

3. apart (Adjective)

2 synonyms
obscure out on a limb
2 definitions

apart (Adjective) — Remote and separate physically or socially. ex. "existed over the centuries as a world apart" ex. "preserved because they inhabited a place apart"

apart (Adjective) — Having characteristics not shared by others. ex. "scientists felt they were a group apart"

4. apart (Adverb)

6 definitions

apart (Adverb) — Separated or at a distance in place or position or time. ex. "These towns are many miles apart" ex. "stood with his legs apart" ex. "born two years apart"

apart (Adverb) — Not taken into account or excluded from consideration. ex. "these problems apart, the country is doing well"

apart (Adverb) — Away from another or others. ex. "they grew apart over the years" ex. "kept apart from the group out of shyness" ex. "decided to live apart"

apart (Adverb) — Placed or kept separate and distinct as for a purpose. ex. "had a feeling of being set apart" ex. "quality sets it apart"

apart (Adverb) — One from the other. ex. "people can't tell the twins apart"

apart (Adverb) — Into parts or pieces. ex. "he took his father's watch apart" ex. "split apart"