Source and Variation


Show Definitions
Source noun – A point or place at which something is invented or provided.
Variation is an antonym for source.
Antonyms for Source


Show Definitions
Variation noun – A distinct treatment of something (as a story or a play).
Source is an antonym for variation in difference topic.
Nearby Words: variety, variable, varied, variance, variant
Antonyms for Variation
Similar words of source
Share this image

Similar words of variation
Share this image

How words are described

good good source good variation
common common source common variation
specific specific source specific variation
original original source original variation
Other adjectives: popular, powerful, real, main, new, fantastic, frequent, possible, occasional, different, genetic.

Both words in one sentence

  • No Eye in Magic An auditory variation might involve avoiding the effects of a Compelling Voice by listening to recordings instead of the actual source.
  • Spider-Sense In a variation, the Paladin doesn't necessarily sense the source of those intentions, and danger is not synonymous with evil or even deadly intent.
    Source: Spider-Sense
  • Cosmic Horror Story An interesting variation is The Dancers at the End of Time: Humanity itself is the source of the horror.
Cite this Source
Variation and Source. (2016). Retrieved 2021, January 23, from
Source & Variation. N.p., 2016. Web. 23 Jan. 2021. <>.
Variation or Source. 2016. Accessed January 23, 2021.

Antonyms for source
Share this picture

Antonyms for variation
Share this picture

Google Ngram Viewer shows how "source" and "variation" have occurred on timeline: