Synonyms for Mount:


add to, go through the roof, double, step up. blotting paper, clamber, card, binder, acetate, correction fluid, blotter, carbon paper, clipboard, business card, carbon. set up, carry through, realize, go through with, implement, adopt, position, install, put/bring/carry something into effect, fix, attach, enforce, ensure, put something into action. burgeon, proliferate, upsurge, aggrandize, join, extend, multiply, clip, expand, fasten, amplify, increase, swell, snowball, beef up, run up, augment, enlarge, secure, escalate, tie, build, build up, pin, boost, connect, magnify. bloodstock, chestnut, brumby, arabian, bay, bronc, charger, carthorse, arab, bronco. heave, pick up, hoist, kick up. bluff, ft, atoll, PK, olde, mt, M, pt, cape. bite, buck, beach, frisk, gore, burrow, claw, cast, bristle. foundation, framework, buttress, scaffold, stanchion, gantry, rafter, joist, frame. act (noun)
animal (noun)
riding horse, saddle horse.
artifact (noun)
mount (noun)
mountain, climb, rise, setting, climb up, go up, saddle horse, riding horse, launch, put on, backing, wax, ride.
mountain (noun)
hump, mountain, range, sierra, alp, hill, peak.


affix, frame (verb)
install, put on, position, set up.
ascend (verb)
escalade, scale, soar, climb, elevate, float, rise, lift, ascend, levitate.
change (verb)
climb, wax, rise.
climb (verb)
escalate, escalade, go up, lift, soar, rise, ascend, scale.
contact (verb)
copulate (verb)
couple, have sex with, mate, sleep with.
increase, grow (verb)
enlarge, build, expand, multiply, wax, swell, augment, upsurge.

Other synonyms:

ft, pt, atoll, upsurge, olde, bluff. burgeon, snowball, PK, augment, build, enlarge, magnify, expand, amplify, escalate. aggrandize, proliferate, increase, mt. boost, multiply. extend. M. begin
set up.
go up

Usage examples for mount

  1. What struck me, and why does ye set such traps in the trail over on this side o' Mount Tom? – At Whispering Pine Lodge by Lawrence J. Leslie
  2. Don't you care either, Mrs. Mount Rhyswicke. – His Own People by Booth Tarkington
  3. You must mount with instant speed and away with all haste to the south, Master Droop. – The Panchronicon by Harold Steele Mackaye