Synonyms for South:

n.

country, the Deep South, bible belt, the borderland, area, corridor, the New South, South Atlantic States, district, united states, breadbasket, tobacco states, cotton belt, belt, co, Southern United States, the Old South, county, Pre-Civil War South, down south, sunbelt, airspace, territory south of the Mason-Dixon line. bearing, easternmost, eastward, easterly, cardinal point, east, compass. following, force, the Beaufort scale, gusty, biting, gentle, gale-force, cutting. South (noun)
south-central, southeast, dixieland, confederacy, southerly, southernmost, due south, Confederate States Of America, southern, southeastward, southwestward, southland, in the south, southwesterly, southmost, southeastern, southwest, to the south, southbound, dixie, S, southwestern, southward, southeasterly.
southland (noun)
tropics, equatorial region, tropical region, southern region, south pole, south arctic region, southern section, southern hemisphere.

Other synonyms:

Confederate States of America
Confederate States Of America.
Dixie
dixie.
Dixieland
dixieland.
Other relevant words:
belt, airspace, district, compass, area, cutting, bearing, tropics, county, force, following, east, easternmost, biting, country, gale-force, eastward, sunbelt, gentle, cardinal point, easterly, gusty, corridor, breadbasket, co.

Usage examples for south

  1. They were in open water again, still making- or at any rate the boat so pointed- west- by- south – Major Vigoureux by A. T. Quiller-Couch
  2. Always been with her; went away with her when Mrs. S. was in the South of France all last winter. – In the Mayor's Parlour by J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher
  3. My general impression was that our men were doing very well south of the Ancre, up as far as Thiepval, but north of the Ancre we were not so successful. – "The Pomp of Yesterday" by Joseph Hocking