Antonyms Starting with S



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  • Scholar Antonyms: illiterate, know-nothing, simpleton, ignoramus, blockhead.teacher, tutor, mentor, instructor, pedagogue.
  • Scholarly Antonyms: ignorant, uninformed, illiterate, uneducated.
  • Scientific Antonyms: transcendental, unscientific, spiritual, noumenal, intuitive, ineffable.
  • Scintilla Antonyms: mountain, mass, heap, profusion, horde, oceans.
  • Scintillating Antonyms: obtuse, dense, dull, slow, stolid, dreary.
  • Scoff Antonyms: praise, exalt, extol, commend, appreciate, value.
  • Scoot Antonyms: dawdle, lounge, saunter, amble, idle, creep.
  • Score Antonyms: fail, flop, founder, falter.
  • Scores Antonyms: few, little, some, couple, several.
  • Scorn Antonyms: respect, look up to, value, defer to, esteem, admire.esteem, affection, respect, approval, appreciation.
  • Scornful Antonyms: respectful, approving, appreciative, admiring, deferential.
  • Scotch Antonyms: encourage, promote, spread, abet, nurse, feed.
  • Scraggly Antonyms: neat, even, smooth, trim, tidy, regular.
  • Scramble Antonyms: align, organize, arrange, classify, sort, order.
  • Scrap Antonyms: reclaim, salvage, restore, rehabilitate, retrieve, maintain.
  • Scrappy Antonyms: pusillanimous, timid, meek, mild, unaggressive, retiring.
  • Scrawny Antonyms: fleshy, plump, brawny, well-fed, muscular, stout.
  • Screw Up Antonyms: repair, put to rights, adjust, regulate, fix, order.
  • Screwed-up Antonyms: organized, neat, orderly, well-run, tidy.rational, self-possessed, well-balanced, clear-headed, calm, serene.
  • Scrimp Antonyms: waste, spend, squander, pour out, lavish.
  • Scrooge Antonyms: philanthropist, altruist, benefactor, giver, Good Samaritan, do-gooder.
  • Scrub Antonyms: superior, well-developed, strong, choice, flourishing.
  • Scruffy Antonyms: spruce, trim, smart, neat.
  • Scrumptious Antonyms: inferior, distasteful, second-rate, wretched, worthless, unpleasant.
  • Scrupulous Antonyms: unprincipled, dishonest, careless, remiss, negligent, underhanded.
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