Synonyms for Panel:
n.club, ornament, hanging, tapestry, police, decoration, flash mobbing, association, tablet, organization, Support Group, flash mob. anchorman, guest, commentator, anchor, broadcaster, dj, grip, anchorwoman, correspondent, announcer. door, doorstep, doorknob, arch, doorjamb, doorplate, doorpost, doorstop, doorknocker, doorbell. armhole, coattails, bodice, care label, buttonhole, breast pocket, bib, arm, collar. armour, bumper, bodywork, bull bar, boot, bonnet, axle, armor, chassis. cement, wax, plaster, carpet, paper, tile, varnish, board over, plate, ice. control, release, knob, master switch, pause, lever, dial, console, fast forward. •committee (noun)
board, council, tribunal, jury, forum, cabinet.
•control panel (noun)
cadre, inquisition, tribunal, cabinet, coalition, parliament, council, court, symposium, congregation, congress, league, body, caucus, committee, summit, forum, legislature, assembly, meeting, convention, conference, board, chamber, faction, quorum.
•instrument panel (noun)
control board, instrument panel, dialog box, venire, impanel, empanel, control panel, board, jury.
police, Support Group, master switch, flash mob, association. club, organization, fast forward. console, dial, lever. pause, knob. release, control. •Other relevant words:
tablet, plate, control, bodice, dial, doorplate, doorjamb, dialog box, arm, hanging, venire, association, armor, empanel, lever, control board, bonnet, doorknob, buttonhole, plaster, dj, control panel, doorstop, armhole, bodywork, console, broadcaster, announcer, commentator, coattails, anchorman, knob, police, tile, chassis, tapestry, jury, ornament, doorpost, anchorwoman, cement, guest, axle, doorknocker, pause, bumper, impanel, armour, arch, boot, anchor, doorstep, club, wax, bib, paper, grip, doorbell, ice, instrument panel, varnish, carpet, release, door, decoration, correspondent, organization, collar.
Usage examples for panel
A faint " Come in," uttered in a voice that strongly suggested tears, reached her through the panel and she entered, to find the girl, whose previous manner had been as that of one without a single care, flung on the bed, with her face buried in the pillow, and sobbing as though her heart were breaking. – By Veldt and Kopje by William Charles Scully