What is another word for remove?

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

Verb
To take away or pull out from a place or position
“I make it a habit to remove the dishes from the dishwasher every morning.”
Verb
To abolish or get rid of
“The right diet, coupled with exercise, will help to remove body fat.”
Verb
To detach or separate two items or objects from each other
more ❯
“Alain was in a position to easily remove Howarth's pistol from its holster, unnoticed.”
Verb
To move (something) to a different location
“Some friends helped me remove the furniture from my old apartment.”
Verb
To get rid of by cleaning
“He tried hard to remove the coffee stains from his favorite shirt but they would prove to be persistent.”
Verb
(of clothing) To take off
“Mr. Armani leads me inside the boat for a personal guided tour, at which point I commit the cardinal boat sin of forgetting to remove my shoes.”
Verb
To dismiss from a job
axUS
axeUK
more ❯
“There was a concerted campaign from his detractors to remove him from his post.”
Verb
To take the life of
more ❯
“Jimmy Serrano was getting impatient with his henchman Tony who was taking too long to remove his nemesis, Jack Walsh.”
Verb
To take possession of legally, under authority, or by law
“Authorities would raid the property and remove the stolen goods.”
Verb
To take possession of illegally or without authorization
“The thieves would break into our home and remove most of our valuables.”
Verb
To tear up by the roots
“Farmers of that day would remove the weeds from a grain field several times during the growing season.”
Verb
To cut off
“As you move up the tree, you can remove branches using the small chainsaw.”
Verb
(of writing) To erase or strike out
axeUK
axUS
more ❯
“Grace would remove several unnecessary words from her article as per instructions from her editor.”
Verb
To change the location of one's home or place of business
“He would remove to New Jersey to begin his life afresh.”
Verb
To undress
Verb
To take one thing from another
Verb
To shut off or keep apart, as from company, society, etc.
Verb
Take over the place, position, or role of
Verb
Depart to another place in search of quiet or privacy
more ❯
Verb
To touch, nudge or scrape lightly in passing
Verb
To remove a substance by rubbing
Verb
To extract or draw off by degrees
Verb
To unload or discharge, typically cargo
Verb
To seize and detain a person unlawfully
Verb
To open or undo, as what is wrapped or folded
Verb
To explain away or dispel
Verb
To anticipate and prevent or bypass (something which would otherwise have been necessary or required)
more ❯
Verb
Detach
Verb
To break the seal of (something) in order to open it
Verb
To move from one place to another
Verb
To lift out (liquid) with a utensil
Verb
To create (a hollow or hole) with or as if with a scoop
Verb
(with reference to a stain or dirt) To remove or be removed by cleaning with water and detergent
Verb
To discharge material (including waste products) from a cell, body or system
Verb
Stop following on socialmedia
Verb
To diverge or deviate from a given point
Verb
To separate, sift, analyze, or test in this manner
Verb
Draw together with a rake or similar implement
Verb
To substitute or replace
Verb
To quickly remove or take away
Verb
To obtain (coal or other minerals) from a mine
Verb
To solve (a problem)
more ❯
Verb
To deform physically while making a crunching or scraping sound
Verb
To move (something or oneself) slowly and carefully
Verb
Search or rummage through something
more ❯
Verb
Overbalance or cause to overbalance and fall
more ❯
Verb
To be unable to find something
Verb
Take forcible possession of
more ❯
Verb
Make or become lighter in weight, pressure, or severity
axeUK
axUS
more ❯
Verb
To carry away
Verb
Cut, rip an object
more ❯
Noun
A degree of remoteness or separation
“If El Greco painted at a remove from reality, using figurines as models, that was because he opted to do so.”
Noun
The distance or space between two points or locations
“The town center is just a remove of two miles from our home.”
Noun
Iron lever
Noun
The state of being far off, or the degree to which something is far
Noun
Reject
Noun
A particular position or grade on an ascending or hierarchical scale
Adjective
(of a rule or discipline) Rigidly enforced, typically demanding total obedience or observance
Find more words!
Use * for blank tiles (max 2) Advanced Search Advanced Search
Use * for blank spaces Advanced Search
Advanced Word Finder
Watch and Learn
Sponsored Content

See Also

Nearby Words
6-letter Words Starting With
Sponsored Content
Advertisement
Find Synonyms
go
Advertisement
Word Tools Finders & Helpers Other Languages More Synonyms
Copyright WordHippo © 2020