Synonyms for Approaches:
applications, invitations, invocations, solicitations, supplications, pleas, Prayers, Entreaties, bids.
advents, accomplishments, arrivals, returns, debarkations, entrances, welcomes, homecomings, landfalls, destinations, Achievements, appearances, receptions, landings, touchdowns, attainments.
adventures, assays, Efforts, purposes, Essays, attempts, enterprises, endeavors, gambits, Undertakings, aims, performances, projects, proceedings, jobs, actions, ventures, engagements, maneuvers, deeds, commitments, productions, contracts, exploits.
schemes, Policies, wishes, strategies, agendas, forecasts, considerations, Wills, procedures, choices, Intentions, calculations, expectations, ambitions, Prospectuses, scenarios, forethoughts, Goals, objects, proposals, Schedules, plans, Ideas.
Schemas, systems, processes, manners, ways, tactics, mechanisms, courses, methods, techniques, Programs, Trajectories, disciplines.
quotations, gifts, investitures, deals, Endowments, presents, Grants, donations, concessions, offerings, offers, submissions, issues, citations, overtures.
greets, beseeches, invites, applies, entices, appeals, pleads, solicits, entreats, supplicates, buttonholes, requests, implores, begs, Addresses, accosts, petitions.
accesses, closes, converges, looms, nears, impends, Gains, Comes, advances.
concentrates, intercepts, merges, unites, Focuses, meets.
commits, proceeds, engages, volunteers, acts, undertakes, performs.
develops, eventuates, follows, ensues, results, destines.
kisses, salutes, notices, kowtows, embraces, bows, signals, vociferates, hugs, waves, curtsies, smiles, nods, hails, receives, acknowledges, shakes hands with.
extends, cites, endows, tenders, imparts, quotes, renders, Gives, submits, bestows.
Usage examples for approaches
Then now mark the point at which I am aiming:- not only do essential opposites exclude one another, but also concrete things, which, although not in themselves opposed, contain opposites; these, I say, likewise reject the idea which is opposed to that which is contained in them, and when it approaches them they either perish or withdraw. – Phaedo The Last Hours Of Socrates by Plato