Country noun - A body of people composed of one or more nationalities usually with its own territory and government.
Usage example: usually in time of war, the whole country unites behind the president
Province is a synonym for country in state topic. In some cases you can use "Province" instead a noun "Country", when it comes to topics like area, place, rural area. popular alternative
Nearby Word: countryside
How words are described
|particular||particular country||particular province|
|mountainous||mountainous country||mountainous province|
|single||single country||single province|
|native||native country||native province|
|Other adjectives: entire, real, distant, hostile, ancient, new, former, fictional, titular, last, different, neighbouring, modern, neighboring, northern, biggest, largest.|
Both words in one sentence
- Blame the misfortunes of your city/state/province/country on any number of Acceptable Targets, such as the wealthy elite, the poor always clamoring for more, etc.
Source: Polish The Turd
- Given just how regional the Spanish language can be, depending on which continent the speaker comes from (or often even just country or province), it's understandable, but leads to a lot of unnecessary flame wars over nationality and colonialism.
- When the Nazis reached Estonia some people hoped that the country would be freed with their arrival, but instead it was made part of the "Ostland" province for the next couple of years.
Source: Useful Notes / Estonia
Cite this Source
Province and Country. (2016). Retrieved 2022, August 08, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/country/province
Country & Province. N.p., 2016. Web. 08 Aug. 2022. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/country/province>.
Province or Country. 2016. Accessed August 08, 2022. https://thesaurus.plus/related/country/province.
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