Synonyms of battery
1 power unit • The shavers come complete with batteries.
2 artilleryDictionary • They stopped beside a battery of abandoned guns.
artillery • the sound of artillery fire
ordnance • a team clearing an area littered with unexploded ordnance
3 rangeDictionary • Crack is part of a battery of drugs used by addicts.
range • The two men discussed a range of issues.
lot • We've just sacked one lot of builders.
collection • A collection of people of all ages assembled to pay their respects.
variety • a store selling a wide variety of goods
selection • It offers the widest selection of antiques.
array • the markets with their wonderful arrays of fruit and vegetables
assortment • an assortment of cheeses
gamut • I went through the whole gamut of emotions.
4 seriesDictionary • We give a battery of tests to each patient.
series • a series of explosions
set • Only she and Mr Cohen had complete sets of keys to the shop.
course • a series of naval battles which altered the course of history
chain • a horrific chain of events
string • The incident was the latest in a string of attacks.
sequence • the sequence of events that led to the murder
suite • We will run a suite of checks.
succession • He took a succession of jobs which have stood him in good stead.
5 beatingDictionary • He has served three years for assault and battery. (criminal law)
beating • High in the stands there came the beating of a drum.
attack • a campaign of air attacks on strategic targets
assault • At the police station, I was charged with assault.
aggression • the threat of massive military aggression
onslaught • a military onslaught against the rebels
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aggressionAggression is violent and attacking behaviour.
• the threat of massive military aggression
arrayAn array of objects is a collection of them that is displayed or arranged in a particular way.
• the markets with their wonderful arrays of fruit and vegetables
artilleryArtillery consists of large, powerful guns which are transported on wheels and used by an army.
• the sound of artillery fire
Thesaurus for battery from the Collins English Thesaurus
two or more primary cells connected together, usually in series, to provide a source of electric current