Synonyms of 'string'
1 cordDictionary, yarn, twine
He held out a small bag tied with string.
2 necklaceDictionary, strand, rope
She wore a string of pearls around her neck.
3 seriesDictionary, line, row
The landscape is broken only by a string of villages.
Children clutching empty bowls form a line.
a row of pretty little cottages
A file of soldiers, marched past.
the sequence of events that led to the murder
A queue of more than sixty people snaked its way down the pavement.
a seemingly endless procession of corruption cases
2 conditionsDictionary, catches (informal) , provisos
an offer made in good faith, with no strings attached
hangDictionary, stretch, suspend
He had strung a banner across the wall.
Phrasal verbsstring along with someone
related phobia linonophobia
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a horrific chain of events
Cord is strong, thick string.
The door had been tied shut with a length of nylon cord.
If something is festooned with, for example, lights, balloons, or flowers, large numbers of these things are hung from it or wrapped around it, especially in order to decorate it.
The temples are festooned with lights.
Thesaurus for string from the Collins English Thesaurus
String is thin rope made of twisted threads, used for tying things together or tying up parcels .