Antonyms for node


Grammar : Noun
Spell : nohd
Phonetic Transcription : noʊd


Definition of node

Origin :
  • early 15c., "a knot or lump," from Latin nodus "knot" (see net (n.)). Originally borrowed c.1400 in Latin form, meaning "lump in the flesh." Meaning "point of intersection" (originally of planetary orbits with the ecliptic) first recorded 1660s.
  • noun bud
Example sentences :
  • Node looked like a skur-crow an' Alfred like a Tom-boy girl.
  • Extract from : « Watch Yourself Go By » by Al. G. Field
  • The flying machine was the mysterious creation that Node had so often hinted at.
  • Extract from : « Watch Yourself Go By » by Al. G. Field
  • He's got Node Beckley into hit; they has things all trimmed with feathers.
  • Extract from : « Watch Yourself Go By » by Al. G. Field
  • He became certain Node would make the flying machine a success.
  • Extract from : « Watch Yourself Go By » by Al. G. Field
  • He assured Node that her tail would be the wonder of the world.
  • Extract from : « Watch Yourself Go By » by Al. G. Field
  • While the machine was in course of construction Node had his own way in everything.
  • Extract from : « Watch Yourself Go By » by Al. G. Field
  • Node was evidently not sure in his mind that the flight would be successful.
  • Extract from : « Watch Yourself Go By » by Al. G. Field
  • Alfred assured Node that he could be of even greater assistance.
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  • Node had forgotten that they had never worked a day previously.
  • Extract from : « Watch Yourself Go By » by Al. G. Field
  • If Node told that story I am going over to contradict it, if his back's broken.
  • Extract from : « Watch Yourself Go By » by Al. G. Field

Synonyms for node

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