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Phonetic Respelling: [ ri-zoom ]

Definition: Play

v. to begin again after a pause; fo occupy again

Sentence: Play Play

The dancing is about to resume.

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The dancing is about to resume.

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Why did Erin's parents decide they needed to resume a normal life?

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We doubted we would ever resume our experiments. What is an antonym for resume?

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We will terminate this conversation for now and resume it in the morning.

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Peter's resume showed that she had held disparate jobs.

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In the news headline, "Work resumes on the Golden Gate Bridge" the word resume means?

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Synonyms: Play

continue; renew ;start again

Antonyms: Play

suspend; leave

How many syllables in resume?

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Resume rhymes:

  • One Syllable Rhymes
    • Hear bloom bloom
    • Hear blum blum
    • Hear blume blume
    • Hear boom boom
    • Hear broom broom
    • Hear broome broome
    • Hear croom croom
    • Hear crume crume
    • Hear doom doom
    • Hear flume flume
    • Hear fume fume
    • Hear gloom gloom
    • Hear groom groom
    • Hear groome groome
    • Hear hume hume
    • Hear kume kume
    • Hear loom loom
    • Hear plume plume
    • Hear reaume reaume
    • Hear rheaume rheaume
    • Hear room room
    • Hear roome roome
    • Hear suhm suhm
    • Hear tomb tomb
    • Hear vroom vroom
    • Hear whom whom
    • Hear womb womb
    • Hear zoom zoom
  • Two Syllable Rhymes
    • Hear abloom abloom
    • Hear assume assume
    • Hear consume consume
    • Hear costume costume
    • Hear entomb entomb
    • Hear exhume exhume
    • Hear kaboom kaboom
    • Hear khartoum khartoum
    • Hear laplume laplume
    • Hear legroom legroom
    • Hear maktoum maktoum
    • Hear mcbroom mcbroom
    • Hear perfume perfume
    • Hear presume presume
  • Three Syllable Rhymes
    • Hear reassume reassume
    • Hear

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