Prospect and Scenery


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Prospect noun – All that can be seen from a certain point.
Usage example: gazing at the wide prospect spread out before me

Scenery and prospect are semantically related In some cases you can use "Scenery" instead a noun "Prospect".
Nearby Words: prospective, prospectus, prospected, prospector, prospecting
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Scenery noun – The array of painted backgrounds and furnishings used to establish the setting in a stage production.
Prospect and scenery are semantically related in view topic. You can use "Prospect" instead a noun "Scenery", if it concerns topics such as surroundings.
Nearby Words: scene, scenic
Synonyms for Scenery

How words are described

old old prospect old scenery
pleasant pleasant prospect pleasant scenery
nice nice prospect nice scenery
distinct distinct prospect distinct scenery
Other adjectives: little, ugly, attractive, beautiful, interesting, mere.
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