Synonyms for Stock:


all (adjective)
average (adjective)
dominant, halfway, mean, median, mediocre, medium, mezzo, mid, middle-of-the-road, middling, midmost, moderate, predominant, run-of-the-mill, stereotype, usual, average, common, commonplace, conventional, customary, everyday, normal, ordinary, standard.
commonplace (adjective)
banal, common, conventional, customary, dull, hackneyed, normal, ordinary, regular, routine, run-of-the-mill, set, standard, staple, traditional, trite, usual.
hackneyed (adjective)
timeworn, well-worn.
regular (adjective)
accustomed, average, canonical, chronic, common, commonplace, constant, continual, conventional, customary, cyclical, epochal, everyday, frequent, general, habitual, monotonous, mundane, normal, ordinary, orthodox, periodic, prevailing, recurrent, regular, rhythmic, routine, standard, steady, traditional, universal, Familiar, Predominating, metronomic, usual.


data, datum, detail, fact, information, news, report, word, findings, A to Z. accumulation, allocation, amount, arithmetic, backlog, balance, block, cache, capacity, collect, hoard, nest egg, reserve, reservoir, stash. acting, dark, dramatic, go up, house, in, kin, kindred, on, opposite, rep, tribe, method acting. buyer's market, call, direct marketing, precede, seed, aftermarket, churn rate, cold call, credit rating, cross-selling, customer care. agglomeration, arsenal, assemblage, assembly, assortment, bale, bank, batch, battery, bevy, keep. aioli, aspic, barbecue sauce, bouillon cube, catsup, chutney, dip, balsamic vinegar, coulis. appropriation, blood money, bounty, cash flow, bailout. ancestor, branch, descendant, family tree, forbear, forebear, Fathers, antecedents. auction, hawk, launch, move, peddle, push, retail, sell. bear market, bearish, bid, bid price, bondholder, broker-dealer, bull, bull market, bullish. beating, cane, chastise, corporal punishment, flog, flogging, hiding, lash, the birch. corral, crate, crook, dairy, cattle prod, cow town. choke, cram, crowd, fill, jam, saturate, pack in. custom, habit, ritual, take to, tendency, way of life, daily life, as is someone's wont, common practice. cred, dignity, pride, self-respect, self-respecting, stature, status, street cred, self-worth. ancestry (noun)
breed, clan, descent, house, kin, kindred, line, line of descent, lineage, parentage, pedigree, race, species, strain, tribe, type, Family.
animals raised on a farm (noun)
bloodline (noun)
line of descent.
blood relative (noun)
kin, kindred.
category (noun)
brand, caste, category, clan, class, classification, degree, denomination, designation, feather, form, genotype, genus, grade, grain, ilk, kind, label, level, line, make, mold, order, people, persuasion, phylum, rank, series, set, sort, species, stamp, step, strain, stripe, style, taxonomy, type, variety, Family.
cattle (noun)
ethnic group (noun)
financial institution (noun)
good (noun)
handle (noun)
brace, brake, crank, doorknob, handle, knob, knocker, lug, pull, shank, spindle, trigger.
investment in company (noun)
capital, funds, property, share.
line (noun)
material (noun)
element, material, matter, ore, stuff, substance, raw materials.
merchandise (noun)
accumulation, article, assets, assortment, backlog, cache, cargo, commodity, effects, fund, goods, hoard, inventory, merchandise, nest egg, produce, reserve, reservoir, staple, stockpile, store, variety, ware.
money (noun)
assets, balance sheet, bank note, bankroll, bill, bond, bullion, capital, cash, change, check, coinage, copper, coupon, currency, dollar, dough, draft, fortune, funds, gold, greenback, gross, income, ingot, iou, issue, loot, lucre, money, money order, moolah, note, nugget, petty cash, pocket money, proceeds, profit, promissory note, purse, receipts, scratch, silver, spending money, sterling, swag, treasure, wad, wallet, wampum, wealth, wherewithal, worth, ways and means, net worth, pounds.
parentage (noun)
ancestry, breed, descent, genealogy, lineage, pedigree, race.
plant (noun)
Malcolm Stock.
portion (noun)
allotment, allowance, bit, budget, chunk, commission, compartment, cut, dividend, division, fraction, half, helping, interest, lot, measure, member, parcel, part, partition, percentage, piece, portion, proportion, quantum, quota, ration, sector, segment, share, slice, split, stake, subdivision, zone.
property (noun)
belongings, chattel, domain, empire, estate, farm, ground, holding, inheritance, kingdom, land, legacy, manor, possession, principal, property, ranch, real estate, realm, realty, territory, title, Resources, possessions, fixtures.
stash (noun)
stock (noun)
ancestry, banal, blood, blood line, bloodline, breed, broth, buy in, carry, caudex, commonplace, descent, farm animal, fund, gillyflower, gunstock, hackneyed, inventory, line, line of descent, lineage, livestock, Malcolm Stock, neckcloth, origin, parentage, regular, shopworn, standard, stock certificate, stockpile, store, strain, threadbare, timeworn, tired, trite, unoriginal, variety, well-worn.
supply (noun)
reserve, stockpile.
trite (noun)


possession (verb)
carry, stockpile.
supply with merchandise (verb)
carry, fill, handle, keep, sell.

Other synonyms:

cred, flog, hawk, peddle, reserve, self-respect, self-respecting, street cred, self-worth. auction, backlog, cache, hoard, kindred, nest egg, reservoir, saturate, stature, tribe. cram, dignity, retail, sell, stash. dull, fill, launch, pride, pack in. crowd, seed. house, push. choke. keep. jam, move. sell
Other relevant words:
banal, block, blood, bloodline, broth, fund, hackneyed, hoard, house, line of descent, livestock, parentage, seed, stockpile, store, trite.

Usage examples for stock

  1. The stock of a gun, perhaps? – The Squire's Daughter by Silas K(itto) Hocking
  2. He flung open the door with a bang,- then stood stock still on the threshold. – The Iron Woman by Margaret Deland
  3. But if you don't take any stock in it, there's no use talkin'. – The Boy With the U. S. Foresters by Francis Rolt-Wheeler