What is another word for breaking in?

Need synonyms for breaking in? Here's a list of similar words from our thesaurus that you can use instead.

Verb
Present participle for to force one's way into a place or building illegally
“Would-be thieves had smashed the door lock in an attempt to break in.”
Verb
Present participle for to tame or domesticate (an animal)
“It takes on average 4 to 6 weeks to break in a horse, but that time span is based on several assumptions.”
Verb
Present participle for to train or educate someone or an animal
“The course commenced in March and not in October in order to enable to break in the students during the slack Yala season for the more rigorous work in the Maha season.”
Verb
Present participle for to cause (something, or someone, new) to function more naturally through use or wear
more ❯
“Generally, I will break in my shoes for at least a week, wearing them every day after work for at least an hour or two.”
Verb
Present participle for to interrupt or intrude on a conversation or activity
more ❯
“Lebron turned around to break in on a conversation about which player was the greatest of all time.”
Verb
Present participle for to affect
Verb
Present participle for to break into
Verb
Present participle for to break something by forcing it inwards or piercing it roughly
Verb
Present participle for to enter into, or intrude on, a person's space or affairs
Verb
Present participle for to train so as to cause to be accustomed to, or ready for, something
Verb
Present participle for use for the first time
Verb
Present participle for to force open
more ❯
Verb
Present participle for to exert for the sake of training, especially in fields requiring toughness or discipline
Verb
Present participle for to set up or establish
more ❯
Verb
Present participle for to undo or open a lock or something locked
Verb
Present participle for to make a way through, or into, with physical strength
Noun
The action of irrupting or breaking into
Noun
Illegal entry of a building with intent to commit a crime, especially theft
Noun
Any preparation or training, especially athletic training of the body
Noun
A familiarization with something, especially a new environment
Find more words!
Use * for blank tiles (max 2) Advanced Search Advanced Search
Use * for blank spaces Advanced Search
Advanced Word Finder

Related Words and Phrases

See Also

Nearby Words
Find Synonyms
go
Word Tools Finders & Helpers Other Languages More Synonyms
Copyright WordHippo © 2021