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INDITE

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 Dictionary entry overview: What does indite mean? 

INDITE (verb)
  The verb INDITE has 1 sense:

1. produce a literary work

  Familiarity information: INDITE used as a verb is very rare.


 Dictionary entry details 


INDITE (verb)


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Meaning:

Produce a literary work

Classified under:

Verbs of sewing, baking, painting, performing

Synonyms:

indite; pen; write; compose

Context examples:

She composed a poem / He wrote four novels

Hypernyms (to "indite" is one way to...):

create verbally (create with or from words)

"Indite" entails doing...:

spell; write (write or name the letters that comprise the conventionally accepted form of (a word or part of a word))

Domain category:

authorship; composition; penning; writing (the act of creating written works)

Troponyms (each of the following is one way to "indite"):

draw (write a legal document or paper)

write out; write up (put into writing; write in complete form)

cite; reference (refer to)

annotate; footnote (add explanatory notes to or supply with critical comments)

author (be the author of)

poetise; poetize; verse; versify (compose verses or put into verse)

draft; outline (draw up an outline or sketch for something)

adopt; dramatise; dramatize (put into dramatic form)

write copy (write for commercial publications)

rewrite (rewrite so as to make fit to suit a new or different purpose)

dash off; fling off; knock off; scratch off; toss off (write quickly)

write off (write something fluently, and without hesitation)

paragraph (write about in a paragraph)

paragraph (write paragraphs; work as a paragrapher)

profile (write about)

write about; write of; write on (write about a particular topic)

lyric (write lyrics for (a song))

script (write a script for)

Sentence frame:

Somebody ----s something


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