Bleed and Fill

Bleed

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Bleed verb – To remove (liquid) gradually or completely.
Usage example: bleed water from the radiators

Fill is an antonym for bleed.
Nearby Words: bleeding, bleeder
Antonyms for Bleed

Fill

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Fill verb – To put into (something) as much as can be held or contained.
Usage example: fill the basket with apples

Bleed is an antonym for fill.
Nearby Words: filled, filling, filler
Antonyms for Fill
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Common collocations

heart bleed heart fill heart
time bleed time fill time
way bleed way fill way
air bleed air fill air

Both words in one sentence

  • Overdrawn at the Blood Bank She later suffers another cut on her arm that makes her bleed enough to fill a pyramid of glasses.
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