Metropolis and Place


Metropolis noun - A thickly settled, highly populated area.

Place and metropolis are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Place" instead a noun "Metropolis".


Place noun - The area or space occupied by or intended for something.

Metropolis and place are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Metropolis" instead a noun "Place".

Nearby Words: placed, placement, placing, placer, placet

How words are described

full full metropolis full place
original original metropolis original place
single single metropolis single place
bright bright metropolis bright place
Other adjectives: entire, real, large, big, great, little, former, strange, last.

Both words in one sentence

  • The game takes place in the floating city of Columbia in 1912, but as you explore the metropolis, you might begin to notice things that seem quite out of place.
  • Ruins for Ruins' Sake Speed City is the dust-choked ruins of a modern metropolis, with absolutely no explanation as to why it's in that state, given that the game takes place in a modern-day setting.
  • Urban Fantasy: Although it is set in another world, most of the series takes place and around the sprawling metropolis of Echo.
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Place or Metropolis. 2016. Accessed November 30, 2022.
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