Student Thesaurus

One entry found for lot.
Entry Word: lot
Function: noun
Text: 1 a small piece of land that is developed or available for development <we often played in the vacant lot down at the end of the street>
Synonyms parcel, plat, plot, property, tract
Related Words patch; frontage; lease; development; real estate
2 a considerable amount <they needed to do a lot of studying for the test>
Synonyms abundance, barrel, bucket, bushel, deal, gobs, heap, loads, mass, mountain, much, oodles, peck, pile, plenitude, plenty, pot, profusion, quantity, raft, reams, scads, stack, volume, wad, wealth
Related Words embarrassment, excess, overabundance, overage, overkill, overmuch, oversupply, superabundance, superfluity, surfeit, surplus; deluge, flood, overflow
Near Antonyms atom, crumb, fragment, grain, iota, jot, modicum, molecule, particle, scrap, shred, tittle, whit; scattering, smattering; drop, morsel, shot; piece, portion, section; absence, dearth, lack, paucity, poverty, scarceness, scarcity, shortage, want; deficiency, deficit, inadequacy, insufficiency, meagerness, scantiness, skimpiness
Antonyms ace, bit, dab, driblet, glimmer, hint, lick, little, mite, mouthful, ounce, peanuts, pinch, scruple, smidgen, speck, spot, sprinkling, suspicion, taste, touch, trace
3 a small area of usually open land <we set up a picnic in the lot by the stream> -- see FIELD 1
4 a number of things considered as a unit <the auctioneer next introduced a lot containing several pieces of fine china> -- see GROUP 1
5 a state or end that seemingly has been decided beforehand <will it always be my lot to be picked last in gym class?> -- see FATE 1
6 a group of people sharing a common interest and relating together socially <you should stop hanging out with that lot, or you'll end up in trouble> -- see GANG 2
7 a usually small number of persons considered as a unit <the school is indeed fortunate in its science teachers, because there's not a bad one in the lot> -- see GROUP 2