Synonyms

 

Synonyms are the words having similar meaning.

 

Given below is the list of the some useful and commonly used synonyms - 

 
Abyss - chasm, fissure
 
Anhydrous - arid, evaporated
 
About - approximately, nearly, close to, almost, approaching
 
Afire - aflame, burning
 
Also - moreover, besides, as well as, in addition to, too
 
Ashore - deserted, abandoned
 
Amazing - astonishing, startling, stunning, dazzling, remarkable
 
Aside - apart, disression
 
Awesome - impressive, fabulous, astonishing, outstanding
 
Aversion - antipathy, abhorrence, hatred
 
Awful - dreadful, alarming, frightful, terrible, horrid, shocking
 
Accelerate - advance, drive, dust, expedite, fire up, forward, further
 
Acrobat - aerialist, artist, athlete, balancer, clown, contortionist
 
Aerate - aerify, charge, freshen, inflate, oxygenate, ventilate
 
Ambiguous - disingenuous, double-dealing
 
Amble - ankle, boogie, dawdle, drift, gander, hoof it, loiter
 
Anatomy - diagnosis, dissection, division, embryology
 
Androgynous - bisexual, cross-sexual, epicene, hermaphrodite, trans-sexual
 
Anthology - compendium, collection
 
Antiseptic - medication, medicament, healing, soothing, relieving
 
Arborous - arboreal, arborical
 
Archaic - primitive - antiquated, antediluvian
 
Astronaut - cosmonaut, spaceman
 
Automatic - reflexive, robotic, machine like
 
Bellicose - belligerent, aggressive, pugnacious, contentious, combative
 
Bad - offensive, repulsive, corrupt, wicked, defective
 
Benefactor - charitable, humanitarian
 
Beautiful - attractive, appealing, alluring, gorgeous, handsome
 
Biannual - bi-yearly, half-yearly, semi-annual
 
Biography - life history, life story
 
Begin - commence, initiate, introduce, launch, originate
 
Big - huge, immense, massive, enormous
 
Boring - tedious, tiresome, commonplace, monotonous
 
But - yet, still, nevertheless, though, however, moreover
 
Captivating - enchanting, enthralling, beguiling, bewitching, fascinating, entrancing
 
Change - alter, transform, vary, diversify
 
Cataclysm - catastrphe, disaster, tragedy, calamity
 
Choose - select, elect, nominate, identify, prefer
 
Caustic - acerbic, bitter, erosive, mordent, virulent, vitriolic
 
Cool - rad, killer, wonderful, marvelous, fantastic, awesome
 
Chronic - continuing, inveterate
 
Connclusion - termination, ending, finale, determination, ratiocination
 
Definitely - unquestionably, precisely, positively, clearly
 
Declare - hold, announce, pronounce, adjudge
 
Decade - decennary, decennium
 
Decelerate - retard, slow down
 
Dilemma - ambiguity, ambivalence, dubious, doubtfulness, perplexity, enigma, quandary
 
Dissect - analyse, break down, take part
 
Dominate - overlook, eclipse, predominate, prevail, reign, rule
 
Duplicate - parallel, replicate, reduplicate, twin, double
 
Dislocate - disarticulate, disengage, disconnect, disorder, disjoint 
 
Durable - long-lasting, undestroyable, indestructible
 
Easy - effortless, natural, comfortable, relaxed
 
Eloquent - orator, smooth-spoken, silver-tonged, fluent, facile
 
Excellent - superior, unsurpassed, superb, magnificent
 
Envision - visualise, foresee, project, figure
 
Elaborate - clarify, comment, deck, develop, decorate, complicate
 
Exciting - thrilling, stirring, rousing, chilling
 
Equanimity - calmness, composure, unflappability
 
Ethnic - heathen, pagan, cultural
 
Eloquent - orator, soft spoken
 
Excavate - dig, hollow, turn up, unearth
 
Fast - swift, quick, fleet, hasty, instant
 
Finish - complete, conclude, achieve, deplete, consume
 
Fun - pleasant, pleasurable, amusing, entertaining, jolly
 
Funny - comical, amusing, entertaining, bizarre, laughable
 
Get - obtain, receive, acquire, achieve
 
Give - donate, supply, deliver, distribute
 
Good - satisfactory, fine, competent
 
Got - received, obtained, attained, succeded in
 
Great - tremendous, remarkable, superior, expert, wonderful
 
Guy - man, dude, person, fellow, boy
 
Happy - pleased, joyous, elated, jubilant, cheerful, delighted
 
Hetrodox - non conformist, iconoclast, unconventional, unorthodox
 
Hyperactive - restless, unstopping
 
Hard - complex, complicated, difficult, rigorous, harsh
 
Homogeneous - same, similar
 
Help - assist, aid, support, serve, sustain
 
Hurt - injure, impair, harm, damage, wound
 
Important - significant, substantial, meaningful, critical, vital
 
Iconoclast - hetrodox, stigma breaker, icon, unconventional, unorthodox
 
Imaginative - hypothetical, false, untrue, creative, innovative
 
Irredeemable - futile, pessimistic, dejected
 
Illuminate - brighten, flash, fire, highlight, floodlight, hit with a light, ignite, illume 
 
Interesting - absorbing, fascinating, thought-provoking, appealing, entertaining
 
Interject - force in, import, implant, include, infuse, infiltrate
 
Judicial - constitutional, disinguished, discrimination, equitable
 
Juvenile - babyish, blooming, boyish, beardless, callow, childlike, budding
 
Kinetic - motion, energy, activeness, euthusiasm, alertness
 
Liberate - to set free, deliver, detach, discharge, disembarrass, free, emancipate
 
Linguist - grammarian, lexicographer, philologist, linguistician, interpreter
 
Matriarch - dame, dowager, dignified woman, grande dame, mother, matron, queen
 
Malicious - ill intentioned, malefactor, malefic, malevolent
 
Mandate - rule, order, edict, commandment
 
Medieval - antediluvian, antiquated, archaic, antique, old, old-fashioned, feudal, primitive
 
Metamorphosis - change, evolution, changeover, rebirth, mutation, transfigurement, transfiguration,
translation
 
Narrate - describe, characterize, detail, delineate, descant, chronile, disclose
 
Natal - innate, inherent
 
Navigate - cruise, cross, direct, handle, drive, head out for, journey, helm
 
Nominate - assign, call, cognominate, choose, commission, denominate, decide, draft, elevate, elect, empower
 
Necrology - death, eulogy, notice, orbit, register, mortuary tribute, necrology
 
Notarize - authenticate, document, register, endorse
 
Novelty - newness, freshness, innovation, creativity
 
Obscure - abstruse, enigmatic, difficult, incomprehensible
 
Opposition - antinomy, aversion, brush, antithesis, civil disobedience, combat, clash, competition
 
Outgoing - extrovent, social, gregarious, sociable
 
Omnipotent - almighty, divine, mighty, godlike, unrestricted, supreme, unlimited
 
Panacea - cure all, remedy for all
 
Parasite - sycophant, bootlicker, deadbeat, flunky, dependent, groupie, freeloader
 
Patriarch - creator, chief, elder, father, gaffer, founfer, grandfather, generator
 
Peripheral - exterior, external, inessential, incidental, minor, outer, irrelevent
 
Purge - abolition, abstersion, catharsis, clarification, cleaning, cleanup, coup, crushing, disposal, disposition
 
Rebound - backfire, boomerang, convalesce, get back on one's feet, get better, get in shape, get well, heal, kick
back, make a comeback, mend, overcome, pick up, pull through, rally
 
Radical - anarchistic, complete, entire, excessive, extremist, fantical, far-out, freethinking, iconoclastic, immoderate, insubordinate, insurgent, insurrectionary, intransigent
 
Ramification - bifurcation, branch, branching, breaking, complication, consequence, divarication, division, excrescence, extension, forking, offshoot, outgrowth, partition, radiation, result
 
Rupture - burst, cleavage, cleft, crack, division, fissure, fracture, hernia, herniation, parting
 
Sane - common sensical, cool, down to earth, hard headed, judicious, level headed, matter of fact, practical, rational, realistic
 
Sonorous - pompous, bombastic, grandiloquent, magniloquent
 
Somnolent - dizzy, lazy, sleepy, lethargic, lackadaisical, dormant
 
Stagnant - motionless, filthy, immobile, constant, stationary
 
Summit - peak, topmost point, zenith, peak, acme, apex
 
Synchronize - attune, agree, collaborate
 
Tactile - palpable, sensible, solid, concrete
 
Tangible - real, corporeal, actual
 
Taxonomy - anatomy, dendrology, ecology, floristic
 
Unfriendly - malign, malefic, malicious
 
Unnison - consensus, unanimity
 
Veracious - undeceitful, right, upright
 
Verify - comfirm, recheck
 
Verbalize - vocalize, to speak up
 
Vivacious - exuberant, energetic, zealous, zestful, ebullient, passionate, enthusiastic, vibrant
 
Xerography - photography, picture taking
 
Zoology - fauna