Antonyms Starting with B



A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

  • Bluff Antonyms: suave, smooth, urbane, genteel.
  • Blunt Antonyms: sharp, edged, pointed, knifelike.soft-spoken, gentle, tolerant, bland, conciliatory.
  • Blur Antonyms: delineate, define, clarify, illuminate.
  • Boastful Antonyms: modest, retiring, diffident, self-effacing, humble.
  • Bodiless Antonyms: bodily, corporeal, physical, tangible, material.
  • Bodily Antonyms: bodiless, incorporeal, discarnate, disembodied, immaterial.
  • Bog Down Antonyms: progress, advance, forge ahead, move, function, boggle hesitate, pause, demur, shy, jib, shrink, recoil, reel, avoid, eschew, falter, waver, flounder, vacillate, shillyshally.
  • Bogus Antonyms: genuine, authentic, valid, real, actual.
  • Bohemian Antonyms: conventional, straight, bourgeois, philistine, conformist.
  • Boisterous Antonyms: restrained, well-behaved, disciplined, orderly, quiet.
  • Bold Antonyms: humble, meek, demure, deferential.pallid, vapid, jejune, weak, dull.timid, faint-hearted, irresolute, apprehensive.
  • Bomb Antonyms: success, hit, smash, triumph, wow.
  • Bombastic Antonyms: restrained, temperate, austere, elegant.
  • Bond Antonyms: separate, sever, detach, disconnect, untie.
  • Bondage Antonyms: freedom, liberty, independence, emancipation.
  • Bony Antonyms: fleshy, corpulent, plump, stout, fat.
  • Boom Antonyms: fail, decline, collapse, dwindle.failure, decline, collapse, downswing.
  • Booming Antonyms: failing, waning, declining, decaying, dying.
  • Boorish Antonyms: delicate, polite, sensitive, elegant, refined, sophisticated.
  • Boost Antonyms: lower, drop, depress, submerge.belittle, run down, disparage, knock, bad-mouth.decrease, reduction, decline, downturn.
  • Bootless Antonyms: successful, profitable, favorable, prosperous, propitious.
  • Borderline Antonyms: definite, precise, emphatic, clear, absolute.
  • Boredom Antonyms: excitement, stimulation, animation, enthusiasm, eagerness.
  • Boring Antonyms: exciting, stimulating, thrilling, stirring, interesting.
  • Borrow Antonyms: lend, advance, credit, allow.originate, initiate, invent, conceive, author.
  • << < 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 > >>