Synonyms of 'rope'
tieDictionary, bind, moorI roped myself to the chimney.
She tied her horse to a fence post.
Bind the ends of the card together with thread.
She had moored her boat on the right bank of the river.
Secure the anchor by lashing it to the rail.
We hitched the horse to the cart.
The dress fastens down the back.
He dismounted, tethering his horse to a tree.
His arms were pinioned against his sides.
know the ropes
rope someone in or into something
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Thesaurus for rope from the Collins English Thesaurus
A rope is a thick cord or wire that is made by twisting together several thinner cords or wires. Ropes are used for jobs such as pulling cars , tying up boats , or tying things together.