Dodge and Release


Dodge verb - To move suddenly aside or to and fro.

Release is an antonym for dodge in avoid topic.

Nearby Words: dodged, dodger, dodging


Release verb - To set free (from a state of being held in check).

Dodge is an antonym for release.

Nearby Words: released, releasing

How words are described

physical physical dodge physical release
full full dodge full release
regular regular dodge regular release
legal legal dodge legal release
Other adjectives: actual, successful, main, later.

Common collocations

attack dodge attack release attack
swarm dodge swarm release swarm
time dodge time release time
cards dodge cards release cards
Other words: blast, enemies, games.

Both words in one sentence

  • Web Video / Jimquisition Around the time of Bloodbourne's release and after, it keeps getting brought up, even when they're trying to dodge the topic.
  • No Range Like Point-Blank Range Things then go Up to Eleven in the 2011 Blu-Ray re-release, where Han manages to somehow dodge Greedo's shot, still at point-blank.
  • Yorick and Caitlyn were both severely underpowered on release, and the act of even selecting them was enough to provoke a queue dodge.
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