Ferment Synonyms and Antonyms

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We found there are 12 synonyms for the word ferment.

  1. fermentation
  2. unrest
  3. agitation
  4. tempestuousness
  5. fermenting
  6. zymolysis
  7. zymosis
  8. fermentation
  9. work
  10. sour
  11. turn
  12. work

And we found No direct antonym for the word ferment.

Term Definition

fermentation, unrest, agitation, tempestuousness (noun)

a state of agitation or turbulent change or development.

fermenting, zymolysis, zymosis, fermentation (noun)

a process in which an agent causes an organic substance to break down into simpler substances; especially, the anaerobic breakdown of sugar into alcohol.

work (verb)

cause to undergo fermentation.

sour, turn, work (verb)

go sour or spoil.

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