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Synonyms: Synonyms are words that have the same or nearly the same meaning as any given word.

No words have exactly the same meaning in the English language but we should always consider the context in which the word has been used in a sentence

Antonyms: Words that have opposite meanings are called antonyms.

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Antonyms and synonyms list A to Z

 A

  1. AWKWARD
    Synonyms: clumsy, ungainly, ponderous, rough
    Antonyms: clever, dexterous, apt, skilful
  2. APPARENT
    Synonyms: evident, obvious, perceptible, distinct
    Antonyms: masked, obscure, indistinct, doubtful
  3. ALLURE
    Synonyms: entice, fascinate, tempt, seduce
    Antonyms: repulse, repel, deter, distaste
  4. ABORTIVE
    Synonyms: vain, useless, fruitless, unproductive
    Antonyms: effectual, productive, successful, progressive
  5. ABOMINABLE
    Synonyms: odious, detestable, repugnant, aversion
    Antonyms: likeable, pleasant, affectionate, enjoyable
  6. ALLAY
    Synonyms: pacify, soothe, lighten, assuage
    Antonyms: aggravate, heighten, agitate, excite
  7. AXIOM
    Synonyms: maxim, saying, dictum, truth
    Antonyms: absurdity, blunder, ridiculousness, irrelevant
  8. ASSIDUOUS
    Synonyms: constant, diligent, attentive, persevering
    Antonyms: indifference, careless, indolent, lethargic
  9. ABJURE
    Synonyms: forsake, renounce, retract, revoke
    Antonyms: approve, sanction, patronise, adopt
  10. ABJECT
    Synonyms: despicable, servile, base, contemptible
    Antonyms:  exalted, commendable, praiseworthy, imposing
  11. AVERSION
    Synonyms: dislike, hatred, indifferent, apathy
    Antonyms: affection, fondness, niceness, liking
  12. AUTHENTIC
    Synonyms: genuine, reliable, valid, guaranteed
    Antonyms: fictitious, counterfeit, unreal, false
  13. AUDACITY
    Synonyms: boldness, arrogance, insolence, haughtiness
    Antonyms: mildness, humility, cowardice, submission
  14. ASTUTE
    Synonyms: clever, intelligent, wise, brilliant
    Antonyms: dull, unintelligent, shallow, solid
  15. ABETTOR
    Synonyms: assistant, accomplice, colleague, associate
    Antonyms: opponent, adversary, antagonist, rival
  16. ABATE
    Synonyms: moderate, mitigate, lessen, decrease
    Antonyms: aggravate, intensify, augment, supplement
  17. ARRAIGN
    Synonyms: charge, blame, accuse, complain
    Antonyms: exculpate, pardon, condone, exonerate
  18. APATHY
    Synonyms: unconcern, indifference, insensitivity, aloofness
    Antonyms: concern, care, anxiety, eagerness
  19. ALIEN
    Synonyms: foreigner, outsider, stranger, emigrant
    Antonyms: native, citizen resident, occupant
  20. ALACRITY
    Synonyms: swiftness, briskness, promptness, speed
    Antonyms: laziness, laziness, sluggishness, indolence, lethargy
  21. AFFRONT
    Synonyms: provoke, exasperate, indignity, irreverence
    Antonyms: Conciliate, appease, mollify, assuage
  22. ADVERSITY
    Synonyms: misfortune, calamity, misery, affliction
    Antonyms: prosperity, fortune, assistance, favour
  23. ANTIQUE
    Synonyms: ancient, old fashioned, primitive, of past
    Antonyms: modern, recent, novelty, vogue
  24. ANTIPATHY
    Synonyms: hostility, aversion disillusion, dislike
    Antonyms: admiration, approval, fascination, devotion
  25. AMPLIFY
    Synonyms: enlarge, extend, dilation, elevate
    Antonyms: curtail, lessen, diminution, contraction 
  26. AMASS
    Synonyms: gather, accumulate, store, collect
    Antonyms: disperse, dissipate, spend, scatter
  27. ALLEVIATE
    Synonyms: abate, relieve, mitigate, lessen
    Antonyms: intensify, augment, aggravate, enhance
  28. ADMONISH
    Synonyms: counsel, reprove, warn, chastise
    Antonyms: approve, applaud, praise, flattery
  29. ADJACENT
    Synonyms: adjoining, besides, proximity, closeness
    Antonyms: distant, separate, remoteness, aloofness
  30. ADHERENT
    Synonyms: follower, disciple dependent, supporter
    Antonyms: rival, adversary, opponent, antagonist
  31. ACCOMPLISH
    Synonyms: attain, succeed triumph, exploit
    Antonyms: forsake, deter, disappoint, collapse
  32. ABSOLVE
    Synonyms: pardon, forgive, reprieve, relent
    Antonyms: compel, accuse, charge, bind
  33. ACRIMONY
    Synonyms: harshness, bitterness, inhumanity, enmity
    Antonyms: sweetness, courtesy, humanity, benevolence
  34. ACCUMULATION
    Synonyms: store, amass, preservation, conservation
    Antonyms: scattering, dissipation, separation, division
  35. ACCORD
    Synonyms: agreement, harmony, consonance, unison
    Antonyms: disagreement, denial, controversy, discord
  36. ABOUND
    Synonyms: flourish, swell, teem, plentiful
    Antonyms: deficient, destitute, want, scarce
  37. ADAMANT
    Synonyms: stubborn, obdurate, inflexible, rigid
    Antonyms: flexible, soft, suppleness, tender
  38. ABASH
    Synonyms: discourage, confound, embarass, discompose
    Antonyms: encourage, uphold, embolden, hearten
  39. ADJUNCT
    Synonyms: appendage, complement, addition, joining
    Antonyms: lessening, separation, subtraction, removal
  40. ADROIT
    Synonyms: proficient, expert, skilful, adept
    Antonyms: inept, clumsy, unskilled, awkward

B

  1. BUSTLE
    Synonyms: haste, tumult, stir, flurry
    Antonyms: slowness, sluggishness, quiet, inertness 
  2. BRITTLE
    Synonyms: frail, fragile, delicate, breakable
    Antonyms: tough, enduring, unbreakable, strong
  3. BLEMISH
    Synonyms: fault, smirch
    Antonyms: purity, impeccable, spotless, stainless
  4. BLEAK
    Synonyms: dismal, gloomy, chilly, dreary
    Antonyms: bright, pleasant, balmy, cheerful
  5. BLAME
    Synonyms: reprove, upbraid, censure, reproach
    Antonyms: commend, applaud, laud, praise
  6. BENEVOLENCE
    Synonyms: humanity, generosity, charity, liberality
    Antonyms: malevolence, inhumanity, malignity, unkindness 
  7. BARBAROUS
    Synonyms: uncivilized, savage, untamed, brutal
    Antonyms: cultured, humane, refined, gentle
  8. BAFFLE
    Synonyms: confound, elude, frustrate, perplex
    Antonyms: poise, composure, facilitate, co-operate

C

  1. CRITERION
    Synonyms: measurement, test, standard, touchstone
    Antonyms: fancy, probability haphazard, conjecture
  2. COVETOUS
    Synonyms: cupidity, avarice, greed, voracity
    Antonyms: liberality, benevolence, selfless, magnanimous
  3. CORPULENT
    Synonyms: obese, ugly, fat, awkward
    Antonyms: thin, lean, slim, delicate
  4. CONVERT
    Synonyms: change, transform, transmute, proselytise
    Antonyms: persist, maintain, enduring, perpetual
  5. CONVENIENT
    Synonyms: handy, suited, comfortable, advantageous
    Antonyms: unsuitable, tedious, unpractical, fatiguing
  6. CONTRARY
    Synonyms: dissimilar, conflicting, contradictory, opposite
    Antonyms: similar, alike, homogeneous, resembling
  7. CONTRADICT
    Synonyms: impugn, deny, oppose, confront
    Antonyms: approve, confirm, sanction, endorse
  8. CONTEMPT
    Synonyms: scorn, disregard, disdain, despicable
    Antonyms: regard, approval, praise, recommend
  9. CONSTERNATION
    Synonyms: fear, disappointment, dismay, hopelessness
    Antonyms: peace, repose, calm, fearless
  10. CONSPICUOUS
    Synonyms: distinguished, prominent, obvious, visible
    Antonyms: concealed, obscure, hidden, unapparent
  11. CONSOLIDATE
    Synonyms: combine, condense, compact, strong
    Antonyms: separate, sever, weak, scattering
  12. CONSEQUENCE
    Synonyms: effect, outcome, repercussion, result
    Antonyms: origin, start, beginning, incipient
  13. CONSENT
    Synonyms: agree, permit, accede, assent
    Antonyms: object, disagree, dissent differ
  14. CONSCIOUS
    Synonyms: aware, apprised, knowledge, informed
    Antonyms: unaware, ignorant, unfeeling, faint
  15. CONCEDE
    Synonyms: yield, assent, permit, sanction
    Antonyms: deny, reject, dissent, disallow
  16. COMPRISE
    Synonyms: include, contain, consist, compose
    Antonyms: reject, lack, exclude, except
  17. COMPASSION
    Synonyms: kindness, sympathy, clemency, commiseration
    Antonyms: cruelty, barbarity, persecution, apathy
  18. CONCUR
    Synonyms: approve, agree, consent, endorse
    Antonyms: differ, disagree, dissent, oppose
  19. COMMODIOUS
    Synonyms: convenient, suitable, roomy, comfortable
    Antonyms: inconvenient, unsuitable, uncomfortable, confined
  20. COLLISION
    Synonyms: encounter, clash, conflict, dissenting
    Antonyms:  agreement, harmony, compatible, union
  21. CHERISH
    Synonyms: nurture, treasure, foster, encourage
    Antonyms: abandon, forsake, renounce, discard
  22. CHASTISE
    Synonyms: punish, admonish, scold, reprove
    Antonyms: cheer, comfort, encourage, stimulate
  23. CHASTE
    Synonyms: virtuous, pure, honourable, immaculate
    Antonyms: defiled, licentious, sullied, lustful
  24. CESSATION
    Synonyms: intermission, pause, discontinuity hindrance
    Antonyms: continuity, perpetuation, unceasing, prolongation
  25. CATASTROPHE
    Synonyms: disaster, calamity, misfortune, mishap
    Antonyms: prosperity, blessing, restoration, resurgence
  26. CARICATURE
    Synonyms: exaggeration, imitation, ridicule, parody
    Antonyms: exactness, precision, reality, truth
  27. CARESS
    Synonyms: fondle, embrace, hug, snuggle SIMHAR
    Antonyms: repulse, spurn, displease, repel
  28. CAPTIVITY
    Synonyms: imprisonment, confinement, apprehend, restrain
    Antonyms: freedom, liberty, liberation, release
  29. CAPTIVATE
    Synonyms: charm, fascinate, enchant, lure
    Antonyms: disillusion, offend, scorn, despise
  30. CAPTIOUS
    Synonyms: irritate, fretful, critical, carping
    Antonyms: appreciative, considerate, laudatory, thoughtful
  31. CAPABLE
    Synonyms: competent, suitable, qualified, able
    Antonyms: incompetent, inefficient, imbecile, inept
  32. CALUMNY
    Synonyms: defamation, aspersion, accusation, liable
    Antonyms: commendation, praise, vindication, goodwill
  33. CALLOUS
    Synonyms: obdurate, unfeeling, heartless, indifferent
    Antonyms: compassionate, tender, kind, sympathetic
  34. CALCULATE
    Synonyms: enumerate, estimate, evaluate, consider
    Antonyms: miscalculate, blunder, predetermine, misconceive
  35. CALAMITY
    Synonyms: adversity, misfortune, misery, mishap
    Antonyms: happiness, benefit, prosperity, fortune
  36. CAVITY
    Synonyms: depth, depression, hole, aperture
    Antonyms: elevation, projection, mound, height
  37. CEASE
    Synonyms: terminate, pause, desist, discontinue
    Antonyms: commence, continue, initiate, originate
  38. CIRCUMLOCUTION
    Synonyms: redundancy, verbosity, tediousness, verbiage
    Antonyms: terseness, compression, directness, brevity
  39. COMMOTION
    Synonyms: turmoil, disturbance, agitation, excitement
    Antonyms: tranquillity, stillness, quietness, clam

D

  1. DISASTER
    Synonyms: misfortune, calamity, mishap, catastrophe
    Antonyms: prosperity, boon, happiness, auspicious
  2. DESPICABLE
    Synonyms: contemptible, worthless, shameless, base
    Antonyms: worthy, decent, honourable, respectable
  3. DISDAIN
    Synonyms: detest, despise, loathe, scorn
    Antonyms: approve, praise, love, laud
  4. DERIDE
    Synonyms: mock, taunt, ridicule, jeer
    Antonyms: inspire, encourage, stimulate, comfort
  5. DEPRIVE
    Synonyms: despoil, divest, dispossess, disinherit
    Antonyms: restore, renew, invest, endow
  6. DEPLORE
    Synonyms: lament, bemoan, complain, regret
    Antonyms: rejoice, cheer, applaud, celebrate
  7. DENOUNCE
    Synonyms: indict, , condemn, censure, reprimand
    Antonyms: praise, commend, vindicate, laud
  8. DEMOLISH
    Synonyms: ruin, devastate, dismantle, raze
    Antonyms: repair, construct, create, erect
  9. DELUSION
    Synonyms: deception, hallucination, illusion, fallacy
    Antonyms: reality, certainty, veracity, fact
  10. DELICIOUS
    Synonyms: palatable, tasteful, appetising, dainty
    Antonyms: distasteful, unsavoury, tolerable, inedible
  11. DELIBERATE|
    Synonyms: ponder, intentional, meditate, consider
    Antonyms: rash, sudden, indifferent, random
  12. DEGRADATION
    Synonyms: disgrace, dishonour, humiliation, debase
    Antonyms: exaltation, praise, triumphant, honour
  13. DEFRAY
    Synonyms: meet, bear, spend, pay|
    Antonyms: declaim, decline, refuse, abjure
  14. DEFILE
    Synonyms: contaminate, pollute, profane, desecrate
    Antonyms: purify, sanctify, cleanse, disinfect
  15. DEFICIENT
    Synonyms: scanty, inadequate, lacking, wanting
    Antonyms: adequate, ample, sufficient, abundant
  16. DEFER
    Synonyms: prolong, suspend, postpone, delay
    Antonyms: accelerate, expedite, stimulate, hasten
  17. DEFAULT
    Synonyms: failure, omission, negligence, lapse
    Antonyms: perfection, vigilance, attentive, observance
  18. DEDICATE
    Synonyms: devote, consecrate, loyal, surrender
    Antonyms: refuse, negate, prohibit, reject
  19. DECIPHER
    Synonyms: interpret, reveal, decode, transcribe
    Antonyms: misinterpret, distort, confuse, pervert
  20. DECEIT
    Synonyms: deception, artifice, treachery, duplicity
    Antonyms: veracity, sincerity, truth, honesty
  21. DECAY
    Synonyms: collapse, decomposition, deteriorate, putrefaction
    Antonyms: flourish, progress, growth, development
  22. DAUNT
    Synonyms: discourage, frighten, agitate, intimidate
    Antonyms: encourage animate, embolden, inspire
  23. DAINTY
    Synonyms: elegant. delicate. refined, exquisite
    Antonyms: clumsy, coarse, unpleasant, insipid

E

  1. EXULT
    Synonyms: brag, rejoice, applaud, triumph
    Antonyms: deplore, lament, bemoan, grieve
  2. EXPLICIT
    Synonyms: definite, intelligible, obvious, apparent
    Antonyms: hidden, vague, doubtful, implicit
  3. EXEMPT
    Synonyms: release, excuse, exclude, absolve
    Antonyms: confine, hold, retard, enforce
  4. EXALT
    Synonyms: extol, dignify, glorify, elevate
    Antonyms: dishonour, disgrace, degrade, denounce
  5. EVIDENT
    Synonyms: obvious, apparent, distinct, conspicuous
    Antonyms: obscure, concealed, hidden, invisible
  6. EVADE
    Synonyms: avoid, elude, dodge, shun
    Antonyms: acknowledge, confront, verify, confirm
  7. ETERNAL
    Synonyms: perpetual, endless, imperishable, immortal
    Antonyms: temporary, momentary, transient, fleeting
  8. ESTEEM
    Synonyms: respect, regards, honour, reverence
    Antonyms: ridicule, spurn, despise, humilitate
  9. ERADICATE
    Synonyms: destroy, exterminate, abolish, remove
    Antonyms: Ant; secure, plant, restore, revive
  10. EQUIVOCAL
    Synonyms: uncertain, hazy, ambiguous, vague
    Antonyms: obvious, lucid, clear, plain
  11. EPITOME
    Synonyms: precise, example, miniature, summary
    Antonyms: increment, expansion, lengthen, enlargement
  12. ENORMOUS
    Synonyms: colossal, mammoth, immense, spacious
    Antonyms: insignificant, diminutive, trivial, negligible
  13. ENLIGHTEN
    Synonyms: elucidate, educate, illumine, inculcate
    Antonyms: ignorance, distortion, delude, obscure 
  14. ENJOIN
    Synonyms: direct, counsel, exhort, command
    Antonyms: prohibit, forbid, revolt, dissuade
  15. ENDURANCE
    Synonyms: submission, forbearance, tolerance, patience
    Antonyms: break down, despair, volatile, agitating
  16. ENDOWMENT
    Synonyms: grant, benefit, bequest, gift
    Antonyms: drawback, damage, loss, disinherit
  17. ENDEAVOUR
    Synonyms: undertake, aspire, venture, struggle
    Antonyms: cease, quit, shun, idle
  18. ENCUMBRANCE
    Synonyms: hindrance, obstacle. burden, impediment
    Antonyms: incentive, stimulant, patronize, vantage
  19. ENCROACH
    Synonyms: infringe, intrude, tresspass, violate
    Antonyms: avoid, evade, shun, abide
  20. EMBRACE
    Synonyms: cling, hug, adopt, caress
    Antonyms: reject, neglect, shun, slight
  21. EMBEZZLE
    Synonyms: forge, swindle, defraud, peculate
    Antonyms: redeem, restitute, reimburse, compensate
  22. ELUCIDATE
    Synonyms: enlighten, clarify expound, illustrate
    Antonyms: equivocate, confuse distort, confound
  23. ELOQUENCE
    Synonyms: expression, fluency, peroration, oration
    Antonyms: halting, stammering, indistinct, inarticulate
  24. ELIMINATE
    Synonyms: expel, oust exclude, remove
    Antonyms: restore, accept, retain, include
  25. ELEVATE
    Synonyms: dignify, heighten, promote, raise
    Antonyms: deprecate, denounce, lower, decline
  26. ELEGANT
    Synonyms: graceful, distinguished, refined, polished
    Antonyms: obnoxious, unrefined, ridiculous, coarse
  27. ELATION
    Synonyms: joy, exaltation, delight, enthusiasm
    Antonyms: gloom, despair, depression, melancholy
  28. EFFACES
    Synonyms: destroy, obliterate, annihilate, abolish
    Antonyms: retain, maintain, regenerate, resurrect
  29. ECSTASY
    Synonyms: delight, exultation, overjoy, rapture
    Antonyms: despair, calamity, doldrums, depression
  30. ECCENTRIC
    Synonyms: strange, abnormal, cranky, odd
    Antonyms: natural, conventional, uniform, methodical
  31. EARNEST
    Synonyms: ardent, sincere, resolute, determined
    Antonyms: unheeding, frivolous, negligent, careless
  32. EVASION
    Synonyms: prevaricate, avoid, neglect, pretext
    Antonyms: response, defence, compliance, action

F 

  1. FABRICATE
    Synonyms: construct, produce, manipulate, build
    Antonyms: destroy, dismantle, wreck, demolish
  2. FRUGALITY
    Synonyms: economical, providence, thrift, parsimony
    Antonyms: lavishness, extravagance, prodigality, improvidence
  3. FRIVOLOUS
    Synonyms: petty, worthless, capricious, volatile
    Antonyms: solemn, significant, essential, pertinent 
  4. FRANTIC
    Synonyms: violent, agitated, frenzied, wild
    Antonyms: subdued, gentle, lucid, coherent
  5. FRANCHISE
    Synonyms: suffrage, right, privilege, patronise
    Antonyms: bondage, oppression, serfdom, irresolute
  6. FRAGMENTS
    Synonyms: scraps, residue, segment, section
    Antonyms: total, entire, gross, aggregate
  7. FRAGILE
    Synonyms: weak, infirm, brittle, frail
    Antonyms: enduring, tough, robust, tenacious
  8. FORSAKE
    Synonyms: desert, renounce, relinquish, disown
    Antonyms: hold, maintain, retain, claim
  9. FORMIDABLE
    Synonyms: dangerous, invincible, redoubtable, dreadful
    Antonyms: harmless, insignificant, weak, feeble
  10. FORERUNNER
    Synonyms: precursor, predecessor, ancestor, pioneer
    Antonyms: descendant, follower, heir, successor
  11. FOE
    Synonyms: opponent, antagonist, adversary, contender
    Antonyms: comrade, helper, friend, fellow
  12. FLUENT
    Synonyms: fast, smooth, voluble, glib
    Antonyms: hesitant, slow, sluggish, halting
  13. FLUCTUATE
    Synonyms: deflect, vacillate, vary, deviate
    Antonyms: stable, resolute, constant, inalterable
  14. FLOURISH
    Synonyms: Prosper, triumph, thrive, blossom, bliss
    Antonyms: decay, collapse, wither, deteriorate
  15. FLIMSY
    Synonyms: trifling, transparent, brittle, unsubstantial
    Antonyms: firm, tenacious, durable, retentive
  16. FLEETING
    Synonyms: transient, temporary, ephemeral, transitory
    Antonyms: enduring, eternal, perpetual, unceasing
  17. FIDELITY
    Synonyms: loyalty, trustworthiness, obedience, devotion
    Antonyms: treachery, unfaithfulness, chicanery, defiance
  18. FICKLE
    Synonyms: wavering, unreliable, unsteady, volatile
    Antonyms: resolute, determined, inalterable, invariable
  19. FEUD
    Synonyms: strife, quarrel, row, contention
    Antonyms: fraternity, harmony, reconciliation, recomposes
  20. FEROCIOUS
    Synonyms: untamed, barbarous, fierce, dangerous
    Antonyms: gentle, innocent, benevolent, sympathetic
  21. FEBLE
    Synonyms: weak, frail, impotent, defenceless
    Antonyms: strong, robust, vigorous, resolute
  22. FATIGUE
    Synonyms: weariness, exhaustion, exertion, tiredness
    Antonyms: vigour, liveliness, vivacity, briskness
  23. FANTASY
    Synonyms: imagination, vision, image, visualization
    Antonyms: reality, substantiality, actuality, existence
  24. FANTASTIC
    Synonyms: fanciful, uncommon, imaginary, marvellous
    Antonyms: ordinary, normal, customary, common
  25. FANATICAL
    Synonyms: narrow-minded, stubborn, orthodox, biased
    Antonyms: liberal, tolerant, unprejudiced, generous
  26. FALTER
    Synonyms: fluctuate, demur, dither, waver
    Antonyms: persist, endure, stable, unerring
  27. FALLACY
    Synonyms: delusion, delusion, mistake, deception, illusion
    Antonyms: veracity, truth, honesty, certainty
  28. FACSIMILE
    Synonyms: miniature, reproduction, copy, replica
    Antonyms: distinction, dissimilarity, novelty, originality
  29. FABULOUS
    Synonyms: legendry, amazing, remarkable, marvellous
    Antonyms: historical, common, mediocre, substantial
  30. FACILE
    Synonyms: dexterous, quick, skilful, effortless
    Antonyms: clumsy, clumsy, slow, laborious, arduous

G

  1. GUILE
    Synonyms: cunning, deceit, duplicity, chicanery
    Antonyms: honesty, frankness, sincerity, integrity
  2. GRUDGE
    Synonyms: hatred, aversion, unwilling, objection
    Antonyms: benevolence, affection, goodwill, kindness
  3. GRISLY
    Synonyms: disgusting, atrocious, monstrous, loathsome
    Antonyms: pleasing, attractive, beautiful, alluring
  4. GRACIOUS
    Synonyms: courteous, beneficent, magnificent, dignified
    Antonyms: rude, unforgiving, discourteous, uncourtly
  5. GORGEOUS
    Synonyms: magnificent, dazzling, brilliant, grand
    Antonyms: dull, unpretentious, modest, plain
  6. GLUT
    Synonyms: stuff, satiate, overflow, cram
    Antonyms: reduce, abstain, moderate, restrain
  7. GLOOM
    Synonyms: obscurity, darkness, dejection, disillusion
    Antonyms: delight, mirth, joviality, bright
  8. GIGANTIC
    Synonyms: huge, enormous, immense, monstrous
    Antonyms: small, diminutive, miniature, slight
  9. GENUINE
    Synonyms: real, authentic, creative, original
    Antonyms: deceptive, spurious, imitative, derivative
  10. GENIAL
    Synonyms: cheerful, pleasant, joyful, affable
    Antonyms: sullen, dismal, morose, melancholy
  11. GENEROUS
    Synonyms: liberal, unselfish, benevolent, hospitable
    Antonyms: miserly, stingy, covetous, greedy
  12. GARRULOUS
    Synonyms: loquacious, talkative, communicative, informative
    Antonyms: reserved, quiet, taciturn, reticent
  13. GALLANT
    Synonyms: heroic, intrepid, valorous, chivalrous
    Antonyms: coward, timid, craven, bas
  14. GAUDY
    Synonyms: garish, brilliant, glittering, tawdry
    Antonyms: faded, dull, sober, solemn

H

  1. HUSTLE
    Synonyms: hurry, haste, bustle, activity
    Antonyms: lull, quiet, idle, motionless
  2. HYPOCRISY
    Synonyms: deception, affectation, trickery, illusion
    Antonyms: sincerity, integrity, honesty, ingenuousness
  3. HIDEOUS
    Synonyms: frightful, shocking, abominable, monstrous
    Antonyms: attractive, alluring, splendid, appealing
  4. HERETIC
    Synonyms: nonconformist, secularist, dissident, offender
    Antonyms: conformable, adaptable, religious, believer
  5. HAZARD
    Synonyms: presumption, danger, peril, risk, presume
    Antonyms: conviction, security, assurance, certainty
  6. HAUGHTY
    Synonyms: arrogant, pompous, obstinate, imperious
    Antonyms: humble, submissive, modest, inoffensive
  7. HARASS
    Synonyms: irritable, molest, suppress, tyranny
    Antonyms: assist, comfort, tolerant, connive
  8. HAPLESS
    Synonyms: unfortunate. ill-fated, hostile. doomed
    Antonyms: fortunate, lucky, favoured, satisfied
  9. HAPHAZARD
    Synonyms: random, sudden, unsorted, reckless
    Antonyms: deliberate, considered, thoughtful, discerning
  10. HAMPER
    Synonyms: retard, prevent, hinder, obstruct
    Antonyms: promote, facilitate, foster, assist
  11. HAGGARD
    Synonyms: exhausted, lean, emaciated, gaunt
    Antonyms: exuberant, active, lively, robust
  12. HOMELY
    Synonyms: plain, course, unadorned, simple
    Antonyms: suave, polished, dignified, refined
  13. HAIL
    Synonyms: greet, welcome, acclaim, honour
    Antonyms: disregard, belittle, avoid, depise
  14. HEINOUS
    Synonyms: outrageous, vile, awful, wicked
    Antonyms: righteous, pleasing, exquisite, appealing 

I

  1. IRREPRESSIBLE
    Synonyms: irresistible, unconfined, unhindered, unshackled
    Antonyms: composed, hesitant, submissive, grave
  2. INVINCIBLE
    Synonyms: unconquerable, impregnable, unsubdued, unbeatable
    Antonyms: effeminate, languid, crippled, fragile
  3. INTIMIDATE
    Synonyms: frighten, dictate, hopeless, irresolute
    Antonyms: console, encourage, appease, hearten
  4. INTREPID
    Synonyms: brave, courageous, valorous, chivalrous
    Antonyms: scared, frightened, timid, cowardly
  5. INTRICATE
    Synonyms: tangled, complicated, formidable, arduous
    Antonyms: regulated, orderly, manageable, ductile biten
  6. INTRIGUE
    Synonyms: scheme, conspiracy, manipulation counterplot
    Antonyms: candour, sincerity, bluntness, honesty
  7. INTRINSIC
    Synonyms: genuine, fundamental, inherent, congenital
    Antonyms: extraneous, incidental, extrinsic, derived
  8. INVECTIVE
    Synonyms: accusation, censure, malediction denunciation
    Antonyms: approval, acclamation, admiration, approbation
  9. INSTIL
    Synonyms: Inculcate, inject, infuse, implant
    Antonyms: eradicate, extract, eliminate, expel
  10. INSOLVENT
    Synonyms: indigent, destitute, bankrupt, defaulter
    Antonyms: wealthy, solvent, affluent, substantial
  11. INSIPID
    Synonyms: tasteless, vapid, savourless, unflavoured
    Antonyms: delicious, luscious, pungent, piquant
  12. INSINUATE
    Synonyms: communicate, allude, hint, suggest
    Antonyms: conceal, camouflage, suppress, mask
  13. INQUISITIVE
    Synonyms: inquiring, curious, searching, studious
    Antonyms: distracted, negligent, indifferent, impassive
  14. INNOCUOUS
    Synonyms: salutary, wholesome, innocent, harmless
    Antonyms: deleterious, baneful, insanitary, injurious
  15. INGENUOUS
    Synonyms: undisguised, naive, candid, guileless
    Antonyms: wily, crafty, perfidious, treacherous
  16. INFRINGE
    Synonyms: violate, encroach, transgress, tresspass
    Antonyms: comply, concur, conform, observe
  17. INEVITABLE
    Synonyms: unavoidable, ascertained, imminent, substantial
    Antonyms: unlikely, doubtful, indefinite, uncertain
  18. INGENIOUS
    Synonyms: deft, proficient, dexterous, adroit
    Antonyms: unskilled, incompetent, immature, unqualified
  19. INDULGE
    Synonyms: gratify, pamper, comfort, satisfy
    Antonyms: annoy, trouble, torment, displease
  20. INDOLENT
    Synonyms: lazy, listless, languid, sluggish
    Antonyms: energetic, vivacious, prompt, agile
  21. INDISPENSABLE
    Synonyms: essential, expedient, requisite, unavoidable
    Antonyms: superfluous, redundant, needless, tranquility
  22. INDIGNATION
    Synonyms: resentment, ire, wrath, rage
    Antonyms: modesty, tranquility, forbearance, equanimity
  23. INDIGENCE
    Synonyms: privation, destitution, insolvency, penury
    Antonyms: affluence, abundance, opulence, luxury
  24. INCONGRUOUS
    Synonyms: inappropriate, absurd, ridiculous, awkward
    Antonyms: compatible, harmonious, homogeneous, consistent
  25. INCOMPETENT
    Synonyms: inefficient, unskilled, immature, unqualified
    Antonyms: dexterous, skilled, ingenious, competent
  26. INCLINATION
    Synonyms: disposition, affection, proneness, propensity
    Antonyms: neutrality, indifference, apathy, unresponsive H
  27. INCITE
    Synonyms: instigate, provoke, motivate, arouse
    Antonyms: deter, discourage, restrain, dissuade
  28. INCENTIVE
    Synonyms: motivation, allurement, inducement, spur
    Antonyms: dissuasion, reluctance, deterrent, discouragement
  29. IMPUTE
    Synonyms: attribute, ascribe, charge, indict
    Antonyms: exculpate, support, vindicate, excuse
  30. IMPUDENCE
    Synonyms: sauciness, impertinence, insolence, arrogance
    Antonyms: submissiveness, modesty, humility, meekness
  31. IMPIOUS
    Synonyms: irreligious, unholy, irreverent, hypocritical
    Antonyms: pious, devout, spiritual, venerate
  32. IMPETUOUS
    Synonyms: violent, impulsive, imprudence, indiscretion
    Antonyms: considerate, composed, discretion, prudence
  33. IMPEDIMENT
    Synonyms: hurdle, obstruction, hindrance, retardation
    Antonyms: assistance, concurrence, deliverance, aid
  34. IMPARTIAL
    Synonyms: just, unbiased, equitable, evenhanded the poor
    Antonyms: prejudiced, biased, unjust, inequitable
  35. IMPART
    Synonyms: divulge, bestow, inform, convey
    Antonyms: withhold, conceal, suppress, deny
  36. IMPAIR
    Synonyms: diminish, deteriorate, decompose, worsen
    Antonyms: restore, revive, resurrect, repair
  37. IMMUNITY
    Synonyms: prerogative, privilege, exemption, non-liability
    Antonyms: blame, censure, prescription, interdiction
  38. IMMINENT
    Synonyms: impending, brewing, overhanging, approaching
    Antonyms: distant, receding, retreating, withdrawing
  39. IMMERSE
    Synonyms: submerge, involve, descend, drown
    Antonyms: emerge, uncover, restore, recover
  40. IMMENSE
    Synonyms: huge, enormous, gigantic, colossal
    Antonyms: puny, insignificant, paltry, trifling
  41. IMMACULATE
    Synonyms: unsullied, spotless, untarnished, untainted
    Antonyms: defiled, tarnished, obscene, profane
  42. IMBECILE
    Synonyms: weak, senile, feeble, unsound
    Antonyms: sane, sagacious, astute, wise
  43. IMAGINARY
    Synonyms: illusory, visionary, insubstantial, subjective
    Antonyms: factual, tangible, genuine, evident
  44. IGNORANCE
    Synonyms: illiteracy, darkness, unawareness, unconsciousness
    Antonyms: knowledge, enlightenment, apprehension, recognition
  45. IGNOMINIOUS
    Synonyms: disgraceful, shameful, dishonourable, scandalous
    Antonyms: dignified, distinguished, creditable, stately

J

  1. JUVENILE
    Synonyms: young, tender, youthful, adolescent
    Antonyms: dotage, antiquated, senile, old 
  2. JUSTIFY
    Synonyms: . defend, exculpate, warrant, vindicate
    Antonyms: impute, arraigne, accuse, incriminate
  3. JUST
    Synonyms: honest, impartial, righteous, upright
    Antonyms: unequal, unfair, discriminatory, unseasonable
  4. JUDICIOUS
    Synonyms: thoughtful, prudent, discerning, discriminating
    Antonyms: irrational, foolish, misconception, fatuous
  5. JUBILANT
    Synonyms: rejoicing, triumphant, gay, cheerful
    Antonyms: melancholy, depressing, gloomy, despondent
  6. JOVIAL
    Synonyms: frolicsome, cheerful, merry, exultant
    Antonyms: solemn, morose, malcontent, sad
  7. JADED
    Synonyms: tired, exhausted, fatigued, languish
    Antonyms: renewal, recreation, restorative, refreshed
  8. JEJUNE
    Synonyms: dull, boring, uninteresting, monotonous
    Antonyms: interesting, exciting, piquant, thrilling

K

  1. KINDRED
    Synonyms: relation, species, relative, affinity
    Antonyms: unrelated, dissimilar, hetrogeneous, disparater
  2. KEEN
    Synonyms: sharp, poignant, eager, acute
    Antonyms: vapid, insipid, blunt, undesiring
  3. KNAVE
    Synonyms: dishonest, scoundrel, vagabond, rogue
    Antonyms: paragon, innocent, benefactor, idealist
  4. KNELL
    Synonyms: death knell, last blow, demolish, suppress
    Antonyms: reconstruction, rediscovery procreation, resurrection
  5. KNOTTY
    Synonyms: complicated, difficult, arduous, onerous
    Antonyms: simple, manageable, tractable, flexible

L

  1. LUXURIANT
    Synonyms: profuse, abundant, dense, plentiful
    Antonyms: scanty, meagre, inadequate, deficient
  2. LUSCIOUS
    Synonyms: palatable, delicious, delectable, delightful
    Antonyms: unsavoury, tart, sharp, sour
  3. LURE
    Synonyms: attract, entice, tempt, induce
    Antonyms: repel, dissuade, confute, threaten
  4. LUNACY
    Synonyms: delusion, insanity, madness, imbecility
    Antonyms: normalcy, sanity, sagacity, shrewdness
  5. LUDICROUS
    Synonyms: absurd, bizarre, preposterous, grotesque
    Antonyms: balanced, congruous, consistent, solemn
  6. LUCID
    Synonyms: sound, rational, coherent, sane
    Antonyms: obscure, hidden, incomprehensible, unintelligible
  7. LISTLESS
    Synonyms: lazy, inattentive spiritless, incurious
    Antonyms: brisk, attentive, diligent, agile
  8. LINGER
    Synonyms: loiter, prolong, hesitate, delay
    Antonyms: hasten, quicken, dart, hurry
  9. LIBERATE
    Synonyms: emancipate, rescue, unshackle, absolve
    Antonyms: suppress, menacle, obstruct, detain
  10. LIBERAL
    Synonyms: magnanimous, hospitality, generous, benevolence
    Antonyms: stingy, niggardly, malevolent, malicious
  11. LIABLE
    Synonyms: accountable, bound, responsible, likely
    Antonyms: unaccountable, apt to, irresponsible, exempt
  12. LENIENT
    Synonyms: compassionate, merciful, moderate, tolerant
    Antonyms: cruel, severe, violent, vehement
  13. LAX
    Synonyms: slack, careless, negligence, indifferent
    Antonyms: firm, reliable, meticulous, scruplous
  14. LAVISH
    Synonyms: abundant, excessive, profuse, extravagant
    Antonyms: scarce, deficient, frugal, conserve
  15. LASSITUDE
    Synonyms: languor, tiredness, weariness, lethargy
    Antonyms: vivacity, agility, animate, lively
  16. LAUDABLE
    Synonyms: deserving, honourable, praiseworthy, acceptable
    Antonyms: vicious, blame worthy, venomous, condemnable
  17. LANGUID
    Synonyms: pensive, lethargic, exhausted, fatigued
    Antonyms: lively, animated, refreshed, restored
  18. LAMENT
    Synonyms: grieve, deplore, regret, bemoan
    Antonyms: amuse, entertain, enliven, solace
  19. LAG
    Synonyms: retard, falter, linger, dawdle
    Antonyms: quicken, accelerate, expedite, spurt
  20. LACONIC
    Synonyms: brief, condensed, concise, compact
    Antonyms: dilated, profused, diffuse, wordy

M

  1. MUTUAL
    Synonyms:  joint, identical, correlative, reciprocal
    Antonyms: separate, distinct, divergent, individual
  2. MUTINOUS
    Synonyms: recalcitrant, insurgent, unruly, revolutionary
    Antonyms: submissive, faithful, compliant, loyal
  3. MURKY
    Synonyms: dusky, dreary, dismal, bleak
    Antonyms: bright, shining, luminous, radiant
  4. MUNIFICENT
    Synonyms: liberal, hospitable, benevolent, kind
    Antonyms: frugal, penurious, moderate, economical
  5. MULTITUDE
    Synonyms: crowd, throng, mass, swarm
    Antonyms: minority, handful, paucity, scarcity
  6. MOROSE
    Synonyms: surly, sulky, sullen, depressed
    Antonyms: sprightly animated, buovant. blithe
  7. MONOTONOUS
    Synonyms: irksome, tedious, humdrum, insipid
    Antonyms: varied, pleasant, appealing, captivating
  8. MOMENTOUS
    Synonyms: notable, eventful, consequential, stirring
    Antonyms: trivial, insignificant, commonplace, immaterial
  9. MOLLIFY
    Synonyms: appease, assuage, relieve, mitigate
    Antonyms: irritate, infuriate, aggravate, exasperate
  10. MOLEST
    Synonyms: pester, harass, vex, misbehave
    Antonyms: console, soothe, comfort, cheer
  11. MODEST
    Synonyms: reserved, unpretentious, humble, courteous
    Antonyms: audacious, arrogant, pompous, vain
  12. MODERATE
    Synonyms: limited, reasonable, lenient, temperate
    Antonyms: excessive, extravagant, violent, vehement
  13. MITIGATE
    Synonyms: alleviate, relieve, lessen, assuage
    Antonyms: augment, enhance, intensify, aggravate
  14. MIRACULOUS
    Synonyms: marvellous, extraordinary, astounding, amazing
    Antonyms: ordinary, trivial, familiar, natural
  15. MINUTE
    Synonyms: diminutive, miniature, small, microscopic,
    Antonyms: large, colossal, stupendous, immense
  16. METTLE
    Synonyms: courage, determination, stamina, spirit
    Antonyms: timidity, fear, cowardice, diffident
  17. MERITORIOUS
    Synonyms: commendable, admirable, deserving, praiseworthy
    Antonyms: unworthy, infamous, disreputable, culpable
  18. MERCURIAL
    Synonyms: variable, changeable, unstable, erratic
    Antonyms: stable, constant, steady, steadfast
  19. MENDACITY
    Synonyms: falsehood, deception, perjury, perfidious
    Antonyms: probity, honesty, veracity, candour
  20. MELODIOUS
    Synonyms: dulcet, musical, harmonious, sweet
    Antonyms: grating, dissonant, discordant, rancour

N

  1. NUMEROUS
    Synonyms: profuse, various, multitude, plenteous
    Antonyms: scarce, deficient, paucity, sparse
  2. NULLIFY
    Synonyms: cancel, annul, obliterate, invalidate
    Antonyms: confirm, uphold, empower, endorse
  3. NOXIOUS
    Synonyms: baneful, injurious, pernicious, disastrous
    Antonyms: healing, profitable, innocuous, salubrious
  4. NOVICE
    Synonyms: tyro, beginner, debutant, apprentice
    Antonyms: veteran, ingenious, experienced, mentor
  5. NOURISH
    Synonyms: sustain, nurture, tend, foster
    Antonyms: exhaust, starve, weaken, enervate
  6. NONCHALANT
    Synonyms: indifferent, negligent, uncaring, heedless
    Antonyms: attentive, considerate, vigilant, scrupulous
  7. NIMBLE
    Synonyms: prompt, brisk, lively, agile
    Antonyms: sluggish, languid, weary, tardy
  8. NIGGARDLY
    Synonyms: miserly, covetous, inadequacy, deficiency
    AntonymsAntonyms: generous, profuse, redundant, excessive
  9. NEGLIGENT
    Synonyms: inattentive, careless, heedless, perfunctory
    Antonyms: vigilant, careful, considerate, alert
  10. NEFARIOUS
    Synonyms: detestable, atrocious, heinous, unlawful
    Antonyms: commendable, worthy, upright, inoffensive
  11. NAUSEOUS
    Synonyms: unsavoury, loathsome, abominable, repellent
    Antonyms: commendable, worthy, benevolent, inoffensive
  12. NATIVE
    Synonyms: original, vernacular, indigenous, aboriginal
    Antonyms: alien, extraneous, exotic, foreign
  13. NASTY
    Synonyms: offensive, defiled, malevolent, malignant
    Antonyms: pleasing, gratifying, benevolent, attractive
  14. NOMINAL
    Synonyms: trifling, insubstantial, bare, negligible
    Antonyms: substantial, considerable, excessive, exorbitant

O

  1. OVERWROUGHT
    Synonyms: excited, agitated, fervent, intense
    Antonyms: quiet, tranquil, composed, cool
  2. OVERWHELM
    Synonyms: triumph, subjugate, overpower, vanquish
    Antonyms: flounder, falter, restore, impotent
  3. OVERSIGHT
    Synonyms: omission, error, fault, slip
    Antonyms: precision, observance, circumspection, caution
  4. OVERBEARING
    Synonyms: oppressive, domineering, intimidating, despotic
    Antonyms: submissive, humble, lenient, forbearing
  5. OUTRAGE
    Synonyms: offence, maltreatment, assault, irreverent
    Antonyms: praise, favour, esteem, reverence
  6. OUTBREAK
    Synonyms: eruption, insurrection, explosion, outburst
    Antonyms: compliance, subjection, passivity, harmony
  7. OSTENTATION
    Synonyms: display, pretension, vaunt, pomposity
    Antonyms: modesty, constraint, diffidence, economy
  8. OSTENSIBLE
    Synonyms: apparent, evident, obvious, overt
    Antonyms: concealed, covert, obscure, vague
  9. ORNAMENTAL
    Synonyms: decorative, adorned, glamorous, picturesque
    Antonyms: unseemly, plain, blemished, disfigured
  10. ORDAIN
    Synonyms: order, impose, prescribe, proclaim
    Antonyms: revoke, abolish, violate, abrogate
  11. ORACULAR
    Synonyms: cryptic, vague, enigmatic, profound
    Antonyms: lucid, distinct, intelligible, unambiguous
  12. OPAQUE
    Synonyms: filmy, dim, obscure, shady
    Antonyms: transparent, bright, translucent, revealing
  13. ONEROUS
    Synonyms: arduous, troublesome, inconvenient, formidable
    Antonyms: facile, agreeable, uncomplicated, flexible
  14. OMINOUS
    Synonyms: threatening, inauspicious, forebode, menacing
    Antonyms: consoling, auspicious, propitious, comforting
  15. OFFSPRING
    Synonyms: descendants, siblings, posterity, progeny
    Antonyms: ancestors, forefathers, pedigree, progenitors
  16. OFFENSIVE
    Synonyms: abhorrent, arrogant, insolent, impudent
    Antonyms: docile, compliant, courteous, captivating
  17. ODIOUS
    Synonyms: abhorrent, obnoxious, prejudice, malevolent
    Antonyms: engaging, fascinating, endearing, captivating
  18. OCCULT
    Synonyms: latent, ambiguous, esoteric, elusive
    Antonyms: intelligible, transparent, fathomable, scrutable
  19. OBVIOUS
    Synonyms: evident, apparent, distinct, conspicuous
    Antonyms: obscure, ambiguous, indiscernible, confusing
  20. OBSTRUCT
    Synonyms: impede, prevent, restrain, retard
    Antonyms: hasten, encourage, expedite, promote
  21. OBSTINATE
    Synonyms: stubborn, resolute, unyielding, obdurate
    Antonyms: submissive, obedient, amenable, pliable
  22. OBSOLETE
    Synonyms: outworn, archaic, antiquated, obsolescent
    Antonyms: modern, novel, vogue, contemporary
  23. OBSEQUIOUS
    Synonyms: slavish, servile, sycophantic, subservient
    Antonyms: insolent, arrogant, defiant, assertive
  24. OBNOXIOUS
    Synonyms: pernicious, detestable, abhorrent, offensive
    Antonyms: attractive, gratifying, beneficial, desirable
  25. OBJECTIVE
    Synonyms: goal, purpose, intention, resolve
    Antonyms: origin, inception, deviating, subjective

 P

  1. PUNGENT
    Synonyms: acute, penetrating, sharp, strong
    Antonyms: mild, soothing, pleasant, palatable
  2. PUERILE
    Synonyms: shallow, immature, childish, trivial
    Antonyms: wise, farsighted, profound, sensible
  3. PRUDENT
    Synonyms: cautious, discreet, judicious, circumspect
    Antonyms: impetuous, unwise, reckless, rash
  4. PROVOKE
    Synonyms: inflame, incite, agitate, aggravate
    Antonyms: pacify, comfort, dissuade, placate
  5. PROTRACT
    Synonyms: prolong, delay, stretch, procrastinate
    Antonyms: abbreviate, curtail, abridge, compress
  6. PROSCRIBE
    Synonyms: prohibit, exclude, ban, forbid
    Antonyms: solicit, include, permit, sanction
  7. PROPITIATE
    Synonyms: appease, soothe, pacify, placate
    Antonyms: aggravate, annoy, scam, displease
  8. PROMULGATE
    Synonyms: declare, proclaim, notify, announce
    Antonyms: reserve, suppress, disguise, withhold
  9. PROMISCUOUS
    Synonyms: confused, indiscriminate, casual, random
    Antonyms: regular, discriminate, orderly, select
  10. PROFUSE
    Synonyms: lavish, abundant, generous, plentiful
    Antonyms: scarce, scanty, meagre, paucity
  11. PROFLIGATE
    Synonyms: dissolute, degenerate, immoral, flagitious
    Antonyms: virtuous, upright, moral, ethical
  12. PRODIGY
    Synonyms: miracle, marvel, wonder, extraordinary
    Antonyms: normal, average, mediocre, common
  13. PRODIGIOUS
    Synonyms: vast, enormous, immense, huge
    Antonyms: unimpressive, diminutive, slight, puny
  14. PRESUMPTUOUS
    Synonyms: presuming, arrogant, affected, insolent
    Antonyms: unassuming, modest, bashful, unobtrusive
  15. PREMATURE
    Synonyms: precious, untimely, mistimed, inopportune
    Antonyms: belated, opportune, timely, mellow
  16. PREDICAMENT
    Synonyms: plight, dilemma, fix, quandary
    Antonyms: resolution, confidence, firmness, certainty
  17. PRECARIOUS
    Synonyms: doubtful, insecure, unreliable, uncertain
    Antonyms: assured, undeniable, reliable, substantial
  18. POMPOUS
    Synonyms: haughty, arrogant, flamboyant, florid
    Antonyms: unpretentious, humble, coy, modest
  19. POISE
    Synonyms: equanimity, composure, equilibrium, patience
    Antonyms: excitement, vehemence, frenzy, outburst
  20. PLIGHT
    Synonyms: predicament, perplexity, adversity, difficulty
    Antonyms: facility, confidence, certainty, assurance
  21. PLIANT
    Synonyms: docile, amenable, pliable, submissive
    Antonyms: defiant, adamant, rigid, obdurate
  22. PIQUE
    Synonyms: offence, resentment, indignation, displeasure
    Antonyms: joy, rejoice, gratification, pleasure
  23. PIQUANT
    Synonyms: interesting, charming, tasteful, exciting
    Antonyms: insipid, nauseating, unpalatable, unsavoury
  24. PILLAGE
    Synonyms: ransack, ravage, despoil, plunder
    Antonyms: recompense, recover, redeem, restoration
  25. PERVERSE
    Synonyms: petulant, obstinate, stubborn, unyielding
    Antonyms: complacent, docile, willing, consenting
  26. PERTNESS
    Synonyms: flippancy, impudence, impertinence, petulance
    AntonymsAntonyms: modesty, diffidence, subservient, obedient
  27. PERSPICUITY
    Synonyms: transparency, discernment, lucidity, intelligibility
    Antonyms: perplexity, intricacy, obscurity, vagueness
  28. PERSEVERANCE
    Synonyms: persistence, endurance, tenacity, steadfastness
    Antonyms: indolence, lethargy, stupor, sloth
  29. PERSECUTE
    Synonyms: torment, harass, intimidate, domineer
    Antonyms: recompense, redress, comfort, console
  30. PERPLEX
    Synonyms: puzzle, confound, frustrate, baffle
    Antonyms: convince, ascertain, confident, assure
  31. PERPETUAL
    Synonyms: uninterrupted, lasting, perennial, incessant
    Antonyms: passing, transient, ephemeral, fleeting
  32. PERIL
    Synonyms: hazard, danger, jeopardy, compulsory
    Antonyms: caution, security, safety, assurance
  33. PEREMPTORY
    Synonyms: overbearing, absolute, arbitrary, compulsory
    Antonyms: tolerant, indecisive, optional, indulgent
  34. PENETRATE
    Synonyms: pierce, perforate, insert, infiltrate
    Antonyms: discharge, leak, seep, emerge
  35. PEEVISH
    Synonyms: perverse, sullen, irritable, fretful
    Antonyms: suave, amiable, polite, pleasant
  36. PEERLESS
    Synonyms: matchless, unrivalled, unique, surpassing
    Antonyms: mediocre, commonplace, inferior, imperfect
  37. PARAMOUNT
    Synonyms: foremost, eminent, supreme, unrivalled
    Antonyms: trivial, inferior, subsidiary, ordinary
  38. PANIC
    Synonyms: apprehension, dismay, alarm, dread
    Antonyms: calm, confidence, security, tranquillity
  39. PAMPER
    Synonyms: spoil, indulge, flatter, please
    Antonyms: chasten, correct, deny, disparage
  40. PALPABLE
    Synonyms: distinct, prominent, plain, concrete
    Antonyms: concealed, obscure, intangible, covert 
  41. PALLIATE
    Synonyms: extenuate, moderate, alleviate, soften
    Antonyms: denounce, condemn, reproach, reprehend
  42. PLACID
    Synonyms: tranquil, calm, compose, unruffled
    Antonyms: turbulent, hostile, agitated, volatile

Q 

  1. QUESTIONABLE
    Synonyms: uncertain, disputable, dubious, unverifiable
    Antonyms: positive, authentic, reliable, substantial
  2. QUELL
    Synonyms: subdue, reduce, suppress, extinguish
    Antonyms: exacerbate, agitate, foment, instigate
  3. QUAINT
    Synonyms: queer, strange, odd, ridiculous
    Antonyms: familiar, usual, common, normal
  4. QUACK
    Synonyms: impostor, deceiver, dissembler, knave
    Antonyms: upright, unfeigned, trained, genuine
  5. QUIBBLE
    Synonyms: equivocate, prevaricate, evade, dissemble
    Antonyms: unfeigned, plain, scrupulous, conscientious
  6. QUASH
    Synonyms: abrogate, annul, cancel, revoke
    Antonyms: uphold, empower, authorise, permit
  7. QUARANTINE
    Synonyms: isolate, separate, seclude, screened
    Antonyms: gregarious, amiable, sociable, companionable

R

  1. RUTHLESS
    Synonyms: remorseless, inhuman, savage, unrelenting
    Antonyms: compassionate, lenient, benevolent, humanitarian
  2. RUSTIC
    Synonyms: pastoral, bucolic, rural, uncivilised
    Antonyms: cultured, refined, urban, urbane
  3. ROUT
    Synonyms: defeat, overthrow, vanquish, subjugate
    Antonyms: succumb, withdraw, retreat, consolidate
  4. RIGHTEOUS
    Synonyms: virtuous, honest, upright, just
    Antonyms: unjust, immortal, unprincipled, unfair
  5. REVERENCE
    Synonyms: respect, esteem, regards, veneration
    Antonyms: disrespect, dishonour, affront, offence
  6. REVEAL
    Synonyms: disclose, expose, unfold, divulge
    Antonyms: hide, conceal, confine, cover
  7. RETRACT
    Synonyms: recant, repudiate, revoke, withdraw
    Antonyms: confirm, assert, declare, affirm
  8. REMOTE
    Synonyms: inaccessible, farther, distant, slight
    Antonyms: adjoining, adjacent, proximate, contiguous
  9. REMORSE
    Synonyms: regret, penitence, deplore, lament
    Antonyms: ruthless, obduracy, pitiless, relentless
  10. RESENTMENT
    Synonyms: displeasure, wrath, ire, bitterness
    Antonyms: content, cheer, pleasure, agreement
  11. RESCIND
    Synonyms: annul, abrogate, revoke, repeal
    Antonyms: delegate, permit, authorize, propose
  12. REPULSIVE
    Synonyms: repellent, forbidding, hideous, detestable
    Antonyms: agreeable, enticing, attractive, alluring
  13. REPUGNANT
    Synonyms: hostile, offensive, disagreeable, distasteful
    Antonyms: agreeable, pleasant, friendly, tasteful
  14. REMONSTRATE
    Synonyms: censure, protest, argue, expostulate
    Antonyms: agree, laud, endorse, commend
  15. REMNANT
    Synonyms: residue, piece, part, remainder
    Antonyms: entire, whole, complete, unbroken
  16. RELINQUISH
    Synonyms: forsake, abandon, surrender, abdicate
    Antonyms: persist, continue, occupy, hold
  17. REDRESS
    Synonyms: relief, restoration, remedy, repair
    Antonyms: retribution, forfeiture, harm, degenerate
  18. REDEEM
    Synonyms: recover, liberate, fulfil, rescue
    Antonyms: lose, barter, neglect, conserve
  19. RAZE
    Synonyms: demolish, destroy, annihilate, dismantle
    Antonyms: restore, construct, repair, build
  20. RAVISH
    Synonyms: captivate, enchant, seize, charm
    Antonyms: disgust, annoy, displease, oppress
  21. RAVAGE
    Synonyms: devastate, destroy, ruin, despoil
    Antonyms: restore, organize, reconstruct, renovate
  22. RATIFY
    Synonyms: consent, approve, endorse, corroborate
    Antonyms: deny, contradict, dissent, oppose
  23. RAPTURE
    Synonyms: bliss, delight, pleasure, ecstasy
    Antonyms: melancholy, distress, sorrow, agonize
  24. RAPID
    Synonyms: swift, fast, speedy, accelerate
    Antonyms: sluggish, lethargic, languid, listless
  25. RANCOUR
    Synonyms: hatred, malice, resentment, bitterness
    Antonyms: love, regards, respect, friendliness
  26. RADIANCE
    Synonyms: glow, brilliance, splendour, gleaming
    Antonyms: dullness, shady, overcast, dusky

S

  1. SYCOPHANT
    Synonyms: parasite, flatterer, cringing, servile
    Antonyms: devoted, loyal, truthful, faithful
  2. SWAY
    Synonyms: influence, control, command, power
    Antonyms: Influence, impotence, futility, disability, incapacity
  3. SUPERFLUOUS
    Synonyms: excessive, surplus, redundant, unnecessary
    Antonyms: scanty, inadequate, dearth, scarce
  4. SUPERFICIAL
    Synonyms: partial, shallow, cursory, flimsy
    Antonyms: profound, discerning, substantial, deep
  5. SUBVERT
    Synonyms: overthrow, suppress, demolish, sabotage
    Antonyms: accomplish, sustain, generate, organise
  6. SUBSTANTIAL
    Synonyms: durable, lasting, concrete, tangible
    Antonyms: tenuous, abstract, fragile, immaterial
  7. SUBSEQUENT
    Synonyms: consequent, following, later, afterwards
    Antonyms: preceding, previous, prior, earlier
  8. STUPOR
    Synonyms: lethargy, insensibility, unconsciousness, coma
    Antonyms: consciousness, sensibility, sensitive, feeling
  9. STERN
    Synonyms: harsh, severe, austere, rigorous
    Antonyms: lenient, considerate, benevolent, generous
  10. STAIN
    Synonyms: blemish, tarnish, disgrace, stigma
    Antonyms: honour, purify, virtuous, noble
  11. STABLE
    Synonyms: abiding, lasting, steadfast, constant
    Antonyms: erratic, wavering, unsteady, restless
  12. SQUALID
    Synonyms: dirty, soiled, filthy, odious
    Antonyms: attractive, tidy, polished, spruce
  13. SPURIOUS
    Synonyms: counterfeit, adulterated, fake, frandulent
    Antonyms: genuine, positive, original, sincere
  14. SPORADIC
    Synonyms: intermittent, scattered, isolated, infrequent
    Antonyms: incessant, frequent, constant, regular
  15. SPONTANEOUS
    Synonyms: unforced, instinctive, sudden, unintentional
    Antonyms: intended, devised, premeditated, intentional
  16. SOLICIT
    Synonyms: entreat, implore, approach, accost
    Antonyms: protest, oppose, prohibit, disapprove
  17. SNEER
    Synonyms: mocks, scorn, despise, spurn
    Antonyms: flatter, praise, encourage, laud
  18. SLANDER
    Synonyms: defame, malign, detract, despise
    Antonyms: applaud, approve, commend, exalt
  19. SINISTER
    Synonyms: woeful, disastrous evil, ruinous
    Antonyms: auspicious, fortunate propitious, harmless
  20. SHREWD
    Synonyms: running, observant, crafty, artful
    Antonyms: thoughtless, rash, simple, imbecile
  21. SHALLOW
    Synonyms: trivial, slight, superficial, insubstantial
    Antonyms: profound, wise, substantial, deep
  22. SHABBY
    Synonyms: miserable, impoverished, deteriorated, impaired
    Antonyms: prosperous, thriving, restoring, flourishing
  23. SCANTY
    Synonyms: scarce, insufficient paucity, sparseness
    Antonyms: lavish, luxuriant, multitude, several
  24. SCANDAL
    Synonyms: disgrace, disrepute, indignity, defamation
    Antonyms: praise, admiration, flattery, adulation
  25. SAUCY
    Synonyms: impudent, insolent, brazen, impertinent
    Antonyms: modest, humble, esteem, meek
  26. SARCASTIC
    Synonyms: derisive, ironical, sardonic, invective
    Antonyms: courteous, complaisant, gracious, polite
  27. SANGUINE
    Synonyms: hopeful, optimistic, buoyant, confident
    Antonyms: despondent, pessimistic, depressed, despairing
  28. SALUTARY
    Synonyms: wholesome, salubrious, healthful, beneficial
    Antonyms: harmful, deleterious, pernicious, ruinous

T

  1. TYRO
    Synonyms: beginner, learner novice, debutant
    Antonyms: proficient, veteran, adept, connoisseur
  2. TUMULTUOUS
    Synonyms: uproarious, violent, disorderly, riotous
    Antonyms: peaceful, passive, orderly, harmonious
  3. TRIVIAL
    Synonyms: trifling, insignificant, frivolous, worthless
    Antonyms: significant, important, consequential, essential
  4. TRITE
    Synonyms: ordinary, commonplace, stale, hackneyed
    Antonyms: interesting, extraordinary, becoming, proper
  5. TRENCHANT
    Synonyms: assertive, forceful, sharp, spirited
    Antonyms: feeble, ambiguous, shallow, vacillating
  6. TREACHEROUS
    Synonyms: faithless, deceitful, disloyal, unreliable
    Antonyms: faithful, reliable, dependable, trustworthy
  7. TRANSIENT
    Synonyms: temporal, transitory, fleeting, passing
    Antonyms: lasting, enduring, perpetual, immortal
  8. TRANQUIL
    Synonyms: peaceful, composed, calm, placid
    Antonyms: violent, furious, restless, distracting
  9. TORTURE
    Synonyms: torment, agony pang, oppress
    Antonyms: comfort, consolation pleasure, delight
  10. TIMID
    Synonyms: modest, humble, diffident, apprehensive
    Antonyms: bold, intrepid, undaunted, courageous
  11. THRONG
    Synonyms: assembly, gathering, congregation, crowd
    Antonyms: dispersion, scattering, handful, sparsity
  12. TENACIOUS
    Synonyms: resolved, resolute, determined, dogged
    Antonyms: vacillating, timid, wavering, unstable
  13. TEMPERATE
    Synonyms: cool, moderate, reasonable, lenient
    Antonyms: boisterous, vehement, violent, excessive
  14. TEMERITY
    Synonyms: boldness, audacity, imprudence, indiscretion
    Antonyms: discretion, prudence, caution, wisdom
  15. TEDIOUS
    Synonyms: wearisome, irksome, tiring, monotonous
    Antonyms: exhilarating, lively, delightful, diverting
  16. TAINTED
    Synonyms: contaminated, corrupt, vitiated, polluted
    Antonyms: unblemished, wholesome, restorative, pure
  17. TACITURN
    Synonyms: reserved, uncommunicative, silent, reticent
    Antonyms: talkative, loquacious, garrulous, extrovert
  18. TABOO
    Synonyms: prohibit, prevent, forbid, ban
    Antonyms: permit, sanction, consent, license

U

  1. UTTERLY
    Synonyms: completely, entirely, extremely, wholly
    Antonyms: deficient, incomplete, insufficient, partial
  2. USURP
    Synonyms: seize, wrest, encroach, coup
    Antonyms: restore, compensate, grant, reinstate
  3. UNSEEMLY
    Synonyms: undesirable, inappropriate, uncouth awkward
    Antonyms: becoming, acceptable, decorous, admirable
  4. UNGAINLY
    Synonyms: clumsy, unskilled, immature, slovenly
    Antonyms: active, expert, skilful, dexterous
  5. UNCOUTH
    Synonyms: awkward, ungraceful, inelegant, vulgar
    Antonyms: elegant, graceful, distinguished, shapely
  6. UMBRAGE
    Synonyms: resentment, bitterness, dissatisfaction, offence
    Antonyms: sympathy, goodwill, amity, esteem

V

  1. VULGAR
    Synonyms: inelegant, offensive, nasty, ungraceful
    Antonyms: refined, graceful, elegant, civil
  2. VOUCH
    Synonyms: confirm, consent, approve, endorse
    Antonyms: repudiate, prohibit, recant, retract
  3. VOLATILE
    Synonyms: light, changing, transient, temporal
    Antonyms: heavy, ponderous, perpetual, stable
  4. VIGILANT
    Synonyms: cautious, alert, wary, circumspect
    Antonyms: careless, negligent, inattentive, casual
  5. VICIOUS
    Synonyms: corrupt, obnoxious, degraded, demoralized
    Antonyms: noble, virtuous, innocent, underfiled
  6. VIBRATE
    Synonyms: swing, oscillate, fluctuate, undulate
    Antonyms: cease, pause, rest, discontinue
  7. VENOM
    Synonyms: poison, resentment, malevolence, rancour
    Antonyms: antidote, remedy, benevolent, sympathetic
  8. VENERABLE
    Synonyms: esteemed, honoured, respectable, worthy
    Antonyms: unworthy, immature, degrade, degenerate
  9. VANITY
    Synonyms: conceit, pretension, immodesty, pride
    Antonyms: modesty, humility, meek, bashful
  10. VALOUR
    Synonyms: bravery, prowess, heroism, chivalry
    Antonyms: fear, cowardice, unmanliness
  11. VALID
    Synonyms: sound, authentic, genuine, reliable
    Antonyms: fallacious, deceptive, dubious, uncertain
  12. VALIANT
    Synonyms: brave, gallant, courageous, chivalrous
    Antonyms: fearful, afraid, coward, dastardly
  13. VAGRANT
    Synonyms: idle, roaming, wanderer, roving
    Antonyms: steady, settled, stationary, stable

W

  1. WAIVE
    Synonyms: relinquish, remove, abjure, renounce
    Antonyms: impose, clamp, grasp, retain
  2. WARY
    Synonyms: cautious, circumspect, prudent, chary
    Antonyms: heedless, negligent, impulsive, reckless
  3. WICKED
    Synonyms: immoral, dissolute, vicious, nefarious
    Antonyms: virtuous, ethical, innocent, noble
  4. WITHHOLD
    Synonyms: reserve, restrain, hamper, retard
    Antonyms: emancipate, liberate, dispense, release
  5. WANE
    Synonyms: decline, dwindle, decrease, deteriorate
    Antonyms: ameliorate, rise, revive, wax
  6. WAYWARD
    Synonyms: volatile, capricious, unstable, inconstant
    Antonyms: stable, determined, resolute, straight
  7. WILT
    Synonyms: wither, perish, deteriorate, smother
    Antonyms: revive, bloom, refresh, restore
  8. WIELD
    Synonyms: use, exercise, exert, employ
    Antonyms: abstain, avoid, forbear, forgo
  9. WAN
    Synonyms: pale, fade, discolour, feeble
    Antonyms: bright, healthy, colourful, gaudy
  10. WILFUL
    Synonyms: stubborn, obstinate, obdurate, inexorable
    Antonyms: amenable, irresolute, pliable, yielding

Y

  1. YOKE
    Synonyms: connect, harness, hitch, shackle
    Antonyms: liberate, release, detach, disconnect
  2. YIELD
    Synonyms: surrender, abdicate, succumb, consent
    Antonyms: resist, protest, prohibit, forbid
  3. YELL
    Synonyms: shout, shriek, exclaim, gesticulate
    Antonyms: suppress, whisper, muffled, muted 
  4. YEARN
    Synonyms: languish, crave, require, pine
    Antonyms: content, unwanted, satisfied, gratified
  5. YAWN
    Synonyms: gape, sleepy, slumber, doze
    Antonyms: close, active, brisk, wakeful

Z

  1. ZIGZAG
    Synonyms: oblique, crooked, winding, wayward
    Antonyms: straight, even, direct, unbent
  2. ZEST
    Synonyms: delight, enthusiasm, various, energetic
    Antonyms: disgust, passive, detriment, languid
  3. ZENITH
    Synonyms: summit, apex, maximum, pinnacle
    Antonyms: nadir, base, bottom, floor 
  4. ZEALOT
    Synonyms: fanatic, partisan, bigot, chauvinist
    Antonyms: tolerant, liberal, blasphemy, impious
  5. ZEAL
    Synonyms: eagerness, fervour, enthusiasm, ardour
    Antonyms: apathy, lethargy, indifference, reluctant

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