Find another word for kite. In this page you can discover 18 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for kite, like: soar, box kite, Hargrave kite, bird, hawk, sail, hang-glider, cellular kite, tetrahedral kite, Chinese kite and Eddy kite.
What does the slang word kite mean?
One such word is “kite.” In a jail or a prison, the term “kite” refers to a written request for something. … In my experience, usage of the slang term “kite” is almost universal in correctional facilities.
What is kite flying called?
n. (Commerce) commerce the practice of drawing cheques on deposits which are already committed, assuming that the delay in clearing the cheque will allow time to replenish the account. Also called: kiting.
What is the opposite of kite?
Noun. ▲ Opposite of a fraudulent deal. frankness. honesty.
What are synonyms for kind?
What is a slang word for jail?
1. 1. hoosegow. (US, slang) A jail.
Why is a belly called a kite?
“Blow out your kite” means “fill your stomach”. It uses the word ‘kite’ (also ‘kyte’), a dialect word, originally derived from an Old English word for the womb which, by extension, came to mean the belly.
Who was the first person to fly a kite?
Though the exact origin of kites are not known, it is known that they were flown in China and the Malay Archipelago two to three thousand years ago. The earliest written accounts of kite flying were the exploits of the Chinese general Han Hsin, Han Dynasty (206 B.C.-220 A.D.).
Who invented kite flying?
How high can a kite fly?
usually kites fly at an altitude of some 200-300 feet above ground level. but those which you see very “up” in the sky go up to some 600 feet.
What is opposite word?
n a word that expresses a meaning opposed to the meaning of another word, in which case the two words are antonyms of each other. Synonyms: antonym, opposite Antonyms: equivalent word, synonym. two words that can be interchanged in a context are said to be synonymous relative to that context.
What is opposite kind?
Opposite of having or showing a considerate nature. unkind. cruel. inconsiderate. aloof.
What do you call someone who is very kind?
(of a person or action) Kind and generous. big-hearted. bountiful. caring. magnanimous.
How do you describe someone who is kind?
Amiable — He’s friendly and nice. Charming — He has a “magic” effect that makes people like him. Polite — He’s good at saying “please,” “thank you,” etc. Likeable — He’s easy to like. Gregarious — He likes being with other people.
What is a word for being too nice?
fussy. la-di-da. nice. ostentatious. overnice.