Synonyms

Synonyms And Word Representations Synonyms: Synonyms refer to words that share similar meanings. It’s important to note that it’s exceptionally rare for two words to have identical meanings, and if they do, one tends to fall into disuse and is forgotten over time. Consider the following examples.   Common Word Synonyms: Big: Large, enormous, huge, […]

Synonyms And Word Representations

Synonyms:

Synonyms refer to words that share similar meanings. It’s important to note that it’s exceptionally rare for two words to have identical meanings, and if they do, one tends to fall into disuse and is forgotten over time. Consider the following examples.

 

Common Word Synonyms:

  1. Big: Large, enormous, huge, massive, gigantic.
  2. Small: Little, tiny, petite, minuscule, compact.
  3. Happy: Joyful, delighted, pleased, content, cheerful.
  4. Sad: Unhappy, sorrowful, melancholy, gloomy, mournful.
  5. Beautiful: Attractive, lovely, stunning, gorgeous, exquisite.
  6. Ugly: Unattractive, hideous, repulsive, grotesque, unsightly.
  7. Good: Excellent, great, fine, wonderful, superb.
  8. Bad: Terrible, awful, poor, lousy, dreadful.
  9. Funny: Hilarious, amusing, comical, entertaining, humorous.
  10. Serious: Grave, solemn, earnest, somber, thoughtful.
  11. Smart: Intelligent, clever, brilliant, knowledgeable, wise.
  12. Stupid: Dumb, foolish, ignorant, senseless, brainless.
  13. Fast: Quick, rapid, swift, speedy, expedient.
  14. Slow: Gradual, leisurely, unhurried, sluggish, tardy.
  15. Old: Ancient, aged, elderly, mature, senior.
  16. New: Fresh, novel, modern, innovative, recent.
  17. Brave: Courageous, bold, fearless, valiant, heroic.
  18. Cowardly: Timid, fearful, spineless, craven, faint-hearted.
  19. Love: Adore, cherish, admire, treasure, affection.
  20. Hate: Detest, loathe, despise, abhor, revile.

 

Word Representations:

  1. Picture: A representation of a scene, person, or thing created on paper using a pencil, pen, or paint.

Sentence: The children were busy drawing pictures of their pet.

 

  1. Drawing: A depiction made with a pencil or pen, not paint.

Sentence: This is a pencil drawing/charcoal drawing.

 

  1. Portrait: A painting, drawing, or photograph of a person, particularly focusing on the head and shoulders.

Sentence: The portrait of Nelson Mandela is truly captivating.

 

Note: A self-portrait is a painting created by the artist themselves.

 

  1. Paint: A reproduction of a painting achieved through photography.

Sentence: The printed copy of the painting is now available.

 

  1. Sketch: A simple and quickly drawn picture with minimal details.

Sentence: I usually create a few rough sketches before starting a painting.

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