Synonyms for Europe:

n.

Europe (noun)
European Union, European Community, ec, common market, European Economic Community, eu, eec.
gaul, Asia-Pacific, iberia, bulgaria, Adriatic states, the Vatican, albania, luxembourg, Helvetia, andalusia, montenegro, andorra, czech, holland, wales, Areas, the old country, biome, Balkan states, the Arctic, liechtenstein, eire, Balkan Peninsula, galicia, france, sweden, scotland, finland, Bosnia Herzegovina, holy roman empire, normandy, gascony, Alsace-Lorraine, Slavic countries, moldova, the Holy, germany, Atlantic Rim, belarus, gibraltar, england, rome, denmark, spain, brittany, Costa Smeralda, ukraine, Land of the Magyars, the Celtic fringe, poland, sardinia, provence, serbia, norway, switzerland, latvia, russia, Spain Terms associated with countries, portugal, West Germany, the Mediterranean world, paris, Republic of Ireland, belgium, Great Britain, spitsbergen, Scandinavian Peninsula, malta, austria, the Old World, Navarre, continental Europe, alsatia, alsace, the Low Countries, monaco, catalonia, yugoslavia, Central America, the Papacy, corsica, netherlands, lithuania, Italy, Costa Brava, the Riviera, the Greek Isles, part of Eurasia, the Antarctic, the Caribbean, albion, the Rhine country, castile, slovenia, Swiss Confederation, ussr, San Marino, hungary, part of the Eurasian landmass, crete, Baltic states, Vatican City, estonia, iceland, White Russia, greece, ulster, slovakia, austria-hungary, romania, australasia, East Germany, the Emerald Isle, britain, czechoslovakia, croatia, climate, union of soviet socialist republics, the Midi, cyprus, the British Isles, Hellenic peninsula. the EU, the EC, the EEC, brussels, the EEA, EFTA, emu, the CAP, eurocentric.

Other synonyms:

EC
ec.
EEC
eec.
Eu
eu.
Russian Federation
russia.

Usage examples for europe

  1. Which of us could now so speak of " Our Europe – South America and the War by F. A. Kirkpatrick
  2. You've never been out of your beloved Europe – General Bramble by André Maurois
  3. Tell them to go to Europe get rid of them for a while, and make them give you a chance to work out their money for them. – The Main Chance by Meredith Nicholson