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ettle, seettlee, setle, settl, settlle, settttle, ssettle, zettle

Settle — synonyms, definition

1. settle (Verb)

154 synonyms
accord adjudicate agree agree on alight amend answer appoint arbitrate arrange assuage attune bargain base blaze bound bring to an end calm cancel clear • • •
22 definitions

settle (Verb) — Fall slowly to a stable position, usually on a surface or the ground. ex. "dust settled on the roofs"

settle (Verb) — Bring to an end; come to a final conclusion. ex. "The case was settled"

settle (Verb) — Settle conclusively; come to terms. ex. "We finally settled the argument"

settle (Verb) — Take up residence and become established. ex. "The immigrants settled in the Midwest"

settle (Verb) — Come to terms. ex. "After some discussion we finally settled"

settle (Verb) — Go under.

settle (Verb) — Become settled or established and stable in one's residence or life style. ex. "He finally settled down"

settle (Verb) — Become resolved, fixed, established, or quiet. ex. "The roar settled to a thunder" ex. "The wind settled in the West" ex. "it is settling to rain" ex. "A cough settled in her chest" ex. "Her mood settled into lethargy"

settle (Verb) — Establish or develop as a residence. ex. "He settled the farm 200 years ago" ex. "This land was settled by Germans"

settle (Verb) — Come to rest.

settle (Verb) — Arrange or fix in the desired order. ex. "She settled the teacart"

settle (Verb) — Accept despite lack of complete satisfaction. ex. "We settled for a lower price"

settle (Verb) — End a legal dispute by arriving at a settlement. ex. "The two parties finally settled"

settle (Verb) — Dispose of; make a financial settlement.

settle (Verb) — Become clear by the sinking of particles. ex. "the liquid gradually settled"

settle (Verb) — Cause to become clear by forming a sediment (of liquids).

settle (Verb) — Sink down or precipitate. ex. "the mud settles when the waters become calm"

settle (Verb) — Fix firmly. ex. "He settled himself in the chair"

settle (Verb) — Get one's revenge for a wrong or an injury. ex. "I finally settled with my old enemy"

settle (Verb) — Make final; put the last touches on; put into final form. ex. "let's settle the proposal"

settle (Verb) — Form a community. ex. "The Swedes settled in Minnesota"

settle (Verb) — Come as if by falling. ex. "Night settled"

39 types of
accept agree arrange become build up change come come down conclude concord concur consent contend descend develop end fall fight fix up get • • •
29 types
adjust appease bury the hatchet clean up clear clinch colonise colonize compensate compromise concert founder homestead judge let bygones be bygones liquidate make peace make up pay pay off • • •
1 see also
settle on

2. settle (Noun)

1 synonym
settee
1 definition

settle (Noun) — A long wooden bench with a back.

1 type of
bench