Words That Start With Sym: A Detailed List and Explanation

In this article, you will find an extensive list of words that start with “sym” to enrich your vocabulary and linguistic knowledge.

  1. Symmetry- Balanced proportions or correspondence in size, shape, and arrangement.
  2. Symbiotic- Involving interaction between two different organisms living in close physical association.
  3. Symbol- A thing that represents or stands for something else, usually an object representing something abstract.
  4. Symphony- An elaborate musical composition for a full orchestra.
  5. Sympathy- Feelings of pity and sorrow for someone else’s misfortune.
  6. Symptomatic- Serving as a symptom or sign, especially of something undesirable.
  7. Symbiosis- Interaction between two different organisms living in close physical association, typically to the advantage of both.
  8. Sympathy- Shared feelings of grief or sorrow that bring people together.
  9. Sympathize- To share or understand the feelings or ideas of another.
  10. Sympathizer- A person who agrees with or supports a sentiment, opinion, or ideology.
  11. Symposium- A conference or meeting to discuss a particular subject.
  12. Symphonious- Harmonious, agreeing or compatible in sound.
  13. Sympathomimetic- Mimicking the effects of the sympathetic nervous system.
  14. Symbology- The study or interpretation of symbols.
  15. Sympatry- Occurrence of organisms in the same geographic area.
  16. Symmetrize- To cause to become symmetrical.
  17. Sympathectomy- Surgical removal or interruption of some part of the sympathetic nervous system.
  18. Sympathomime- A drug or agent that mimics the effects of the sympathetic nervous system.
  19. Sympiesometer- An instrument that measures atmospheric pressure.
  20. Symbiont- An organism that lives in symbiosis with another.
  21. Symbolism- The use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities.
  22. Symbiotic- Pertaining to or characterized by symbiosis.
  23. Symbolic- Serving as a symbol; representative.
  24. Symmetrist- A person who studies or practices symmetry.
  25. Symphonist- A composer or performer of symphonies.
  26. Sympatholytic- Inhibiting the postganglionic functioning of the sympathetic nervous system.
  27. Symphalanges- Pertaining to or characterized by being connected at the phalanges.
  28. Symphalangism- Fusion or connection of two or more phalanges.
  29. Symbolist- An adherent or practitioner of symbolism.
  30. Symphonize- To compose music or arrange it for a symphony.
  31. Symptomatology- The study of symptoms of diseases.
  32. Symballophone- A musical instrument composed of bells.
  33. Symphysiotomy- A surgical procedure in which the pelvis is divided to aid childbirth.
  34. Symbiose- To live together in symbiosis.
  35. Sympatholysis- The reduction or elimination of the effects of the sympathetic nervous system.
  36. Sympathicotonia- Increased activity or tone of the sympathetic nervous system.
  37. Symbolization- The act of representing something by symbols.
  38. Symmetryplane- A plane through a crystal, molecule, or other object in which one half is a mirror image of the other.
  39. Symbiote- Another term for symbiont, an organism involved in symbiosis.
  40. Sympodium- A stem in plants, where lateral branches take over from the terminal bud.
  41. Symbolography- The systematic study or writing about symbols.
  42. Symbiogenesis- Evolutionary process that comes from symbiosis.
  43. Symboloform- Having the shape or form of a symbol.
  44. Symmetrophobia- An irrational fear of symmetry.
  45. Symbal- Something used as a symbol; typically a simplified form.
  46. Symphysical- Relating to or denoting the growing together of bones or other structures.
  47. Symphyseal- Situated at or relating to the symphysis.
  48. Symphyseotomy- A surgical procedure involving the division of a symphysis.
  49. Symbololatry- Excessive reverence or devotion to symbols.
  50. Symphyllous- Having fused or partially fused leaves or floral envelopes.
  51. Symwrites- To write or record symbolically.
  52. Symphoricarpos- A genus of shrubs known as snowberry.
  53. Symbiotism- Another term for symbiosis.

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