Institute and Stop


Institute verb - To be responsible for the creation and early operation or use of.
Usage example: Elizabeth Cady Stanton is generally credited with instituting the women's-rights movement in 1848

Stop is an antonym for institute in topics: establish, begin.


Stop verb - To bring (as an action or operation) to an immediate end.

Institute is an antonym for stop in prevent topic.

Nearby Words: stopped, stopper, stopping, stopover

How words are described

better better institute better stop
dead dead institute dead stop
entire entire institute entire stop
male male institute male stop
Other adjectives: abandoned, nearby.

Common collocations

plot institute plot stop plot
world institute world stop world
scheme institute scheme stop scheme

Both words in one sentence

  • Ignored Expert Still, it's subverted in the new series episode "Army of Ghosts", where he tells the head of Torchwood Institute to stop punching holes in reality.
  • In The Institute Saga, Thanos manages to assemble the Infinity Gauntlet with all six Infinity Stones despite all the good guys trying to stop him, then as he finishes assimilating the power it grants, he is faced with Spider-Man and Squirrel Girl.
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