Asteroid and Planet


Asteroid noun - Any of numerous small celestial bodies composed of rock and metal that move around the sun (mainly between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter).
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Synonyms for Asteroid

Planet and asteroid are semantically related In some cases you can use "Planet" instead a noun "Asteroid".


Planet noun - The celestial body on which we live.
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Synonyms for Planet

Asteroid and planet are semantically related in celestial body orbiting a star topic. You can use "Asteroid" instead a noun "Planet".

Nearby Words: plane, planetary

Both words in one sentence

  • Baby Planet A Silver Age Superboy story had Clark Kent travel to a small asteroid/planet, where he found someone with powers similar to his own.
    Source: Baby Planet
  • Quicksand Box You go through a few training missions before getting the Normandy to freely fly around the universe, only to be restricted to one ship/planet/asteroid to explore within each star system.
    Source: Quicksand Box
  • The latter uses this opening to lunge at Makuta, crushing his head against a moon/asteroid/planet chunk (depends on the medium) that's been attracted by their combined gravity-powers.
    Source: Blasting Time
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Planet or Asteroid. 2016. Accessed June 26, 2022.
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