Definition of Office:

  1. The series of services of prayers and psalms said (or chanted) daily by Roman Catholic priests, members of religious orders, and other clergy.A prayer service conducted daily as part of the Divine Office.

  2. A location, usually a building or portion of a building, where a company conducts its business. A company can have just one office, known as its home office, or a main office and a variety of field offices or branch offices. All of these offices are involved in some way in the business of the company.

  3. A room, set of rooms, or building used as a place for commercial, professional, or bureaucratic work.

  4. A position of authority or service, typically one of a public nature.

  5. A service or kindness done for another person or group of people.

Synonyms of Office

Mass, Act of grace, Act of kindness, Advice, Advocacy, Aegis, Agency, Agentship, Aid, Alerting, Appointment, Area, Assignment, Assistance, Atelier, Auspices, Authority, Authorization, Baccalaureate service, Backhouse, Backing, Backup, Bailiwick, Bedtime prayer, Benefaction, Benefit, Benevolence, Benignity, Berth, Billet, Bit, Blessing, Booking office, Box office, Branch, Branch office, Brevet, Bureau, Business, Cabinet, Camp meeting, Capacity, Care, Caution, Celebration, Ceremonial, Ceremony, Chambers, Chancellery, Chancery, Character, Charge, Chore, Church, Church service, Closet, Clue, Comfort, Commencement, Commissariat, Commission, Commissioning, Commitment, Company, Compline, Connection, Consignment, Constablery, Constablewick, Constabulary, Consulate, Convocation, Corporate headquarters, Corporation, Courtesy, Crapper, Cue, Cure, Delegated authority, Delegation, Den, Department, Deputation, Devolution, Devolvement, Devotions, Divine service, Division, Duty, Ease, Embassy, Employment, Empowerment, Empty formality, End use, Engagement, Entrusting, Entrustment, Errand, Establishment, Evening devotions, Evensong, Executive office, Executorship, Exequatur, Exercise, Exercises, Factorship, Favor, Firm, Form, Form of worship, Formal, Formality, Formula, Formulary, Full power, Function, Gig, Good deed, Good offices, Good turn, Grace, Graduation, Graduation exercises, Headquarters, Help, Holy rite, Home office, House, Immediate purpose, Inaugural, Inauguration, Incumbency, Indulgence, Initiation, Institution, Intercession, Intermediation, Jakes, Job, Jurisdiction, Kind deed, Kind offices, Kindly act, Kindness, Labor of love, Lauds, Legation, Library, License, Lieutenancy, Liturgy, Lob, Loft, Main office, Mandate, Matins, Mediation, Meeting, Mercy, Ministration, Ministry, Mission, Mitzvah, Mode of worship, Monition, Moonlighting, Morning devotions, Mummery, Municipality, Mystery, Necessary, Night song, None, Nones, Novena, Obligation, Observance, Occupation, Offices, Opening, Operation, Operational purpose, Order of worship, Ordinance, Organization, Outhouse, Part, Passing word, Patronage, Performance, Place, Plenipotentiary power, Pointer, Position, Post, Power of attorney, Power to act, Practice, Praise meeting, Prayer, Prayer meeting, Prayers, Prescribed form, Prime, Prime song, Procuration, Protection, Province, Proxy, Public worship, Purpose, Purview, Regency, Regentship, Relief, Religious ceremony, Remedy, Rescue, Responsibility, Revival, Revival meeting, Rite, Rite de passage, Rite of passage, Ritual, Ritual observance, Rituality, Role, Room, Sacrament, Sacramental, Sail loft, Second job, Secretariat, Section, Service, Sext, Sheriffalty, Sheriffwick, Shop, Shrievalty, Shtick, Situation, Solemnity, Solemnization, Spot, Stacks, Station, Steer, Studio, Study, Succor, Support, Task, Tent meeting, Tenure, Therapy, Thing, Ticket office, Tierce, Tip, Tip-off, Trust, Trusteeship, Turn, Ultimate purpose, Undersong, Use, Vacancy, Vesper, Vespers, Vicarious authority, Vigils, Warning, Warrant, Watch meeting, Watch night, Watch-night service, Whisper, Work, Workplace, Workroom, Place of business, Place of work, Workplace, Workroom, Studio, Assistance, Help, Aid, Services, Intervention, Intercession, Mediation, Intermediation, Agency, Support, Backing, Patronage, Aegis, Auspices, Advocacy, Post, Position, Appointment, Job, Day job, Occupation, Role, Place, Situation, Station, Function, Capacity

How to use Office in a sentence?

  1. The office of attorney general.
  2. An office job.
  3. I was invited to the office party and that made me excited because I had never been invited to anything before.
  4. The Divine Office has always been faithfully kept by lay people - not just clergy, monks and nuns-for centuries.
  5. Although I am able to bring my laptop computer home, I still find that I am most productive at the office when I am in the company of all of my coworkers and clients.
  6. Henry needs to arrive early to meet the costumer at his office to negotiate the deal, or his boss may fire him this time.

Meaning of Office & Office Definition