put is Accepted in TWL Scrabble Dictionary

put Scrabble score: 5

Meaning of put

  • to attribute
  • to store
  • to store up; save
  • to discard
  • to drink or eat, esp. in a large quantity
  • to extinguish, as a fire
  • to make (a telephone connection) or make one for
  • to place in position [v PUTTED or PUT, PUTTING, PUTS]
  • to postpone
  • to be vexed, annoyed, or inconvenienced
  • to cause to endure
  • to publish
  • to exert; apply
  • to nominate
  • to inconvenience; trouble
  • to put (an animal) to death
  • to postpone; defer
  • to do successfully; accomplish
  • (of a woman) to engage in coitus
  • to set to a task
  • to offer, esp. for public sale
  • to change direction, as on a course
  • to store for future use
  • to take pains; go to trouble or expense
  • to express
  • to manufacture; prepare; produce
  • to stake (money) to support a wager
  • to put to death by humane means
  • to tease (a person), as by pretending that something false is true
  • to take advantage of; deceive
  • to turn in a different direction
  • to record
  • to propose; present
  • to put out of the way; place to one side
  • to bring about; effect
  • to cause to be understood or received favorably
  • to inflict; impose
  • to display; show
  • to provide (money); contribute
  • to act pretentious; exaggerate
  • to apply to a purpose
  • to prevent a player from reaching base or scoring
  • to humiliate; disparage
  • to suppress
  • to cause to be in a specific place, condition, relation, etc.
  • to be confronted with a problem; have difficulty
  • to succeed in; accomplish
  • to go out to sea
  • to be successful in (a form of deception)
  • to cause to be performed; produce; stage
  • to bring to public notice; publish
  • to construct; erect
  • to throw
  • to categorize
  • to interpose; intervene
  • to confine in a jail or a mental institution
  • to impose
  • to nominate, promote, or support, as for a position
  • to exert; exercise
  • to bear; grow
  • to set out; depart
  • to propose; advance
  • to pay as a deposit
  • to apply for or request (something)
  • to take advantage of; cheat
  • to save
  • to spend (time) as indicated
  • to accommodate; lodge
  • to set or arrange (the hair)
  • to enter a port or harbor, esp. for shelter, repairs, or provisions
  • to assume insincerely, falsely, or with affectation
  • to overburden with work, blame, etc.
  • to disturb; worry
  • to can (vegetables or fruits) or preserve (jam or jelly)
  • to complete successfully
  • to evade
  • to clothe oneself with
  • to start (a rumor); circulate
  • to land an aircraft or in an aircraft