Word:

Chasm



PRONUNCIATION:
[ Ka - sum- ]

Definitions



  1. A deep fissure in the earth, rock, or another surface.
  2. A profound difference between people, viewpoints, feelings, etc.





Part of Speech:
Noun


Sample Sentences:
1.The chasm between rich and poor is connected with a old wooden rotting bridge.
2.There was nothing but a giant chasm where the house had been after the earthquake.
3.The castle was separated from the village by a chasm which had a fancy drawbridge.


Variation of the word: No variations.


Synonyms: breach, gulf, rift, difference, separation, division, dissension, schism, scission
Antonyms: closing, closure, remembrance, remembrance, solid, junction, juncture


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