What is another word for advantageous?

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[ ɐdvantˈe͡ɪd͡ʒəs], [ ɐdvantˈe‍ɪd‍ʒəs], [ ɐ_d_v_a_n_t_ˈeɪ_dʒ_ə_s]

Advantageous is a word that is used to describe something that is beneficial or advantageous to someone. Some synonyms for advantageous include beneficial, profitable, helpful, favorable, advantageous, expedient, opportune, and propitious. These words all describe the same concept of something being advantageous to a particular person or group. Additionally, synonyms such as advantageous and profitable imply that there is some kind of financial gain involved. Other words like favorable and helpful imply that there is an overall benefit to be gained by using something. Overall, the various synonyms for advantageous all describe something that is beneficial to someone, whether financially or in some other way.

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What are the opposite words for advantageous?

The word "advantageous" means having a beneficial or favorable outcome. Antonyms for this word are those that describe something that is not beneficial, unfavorable, or disadvantageous. Some antonyms include detrimental, harmful, adverse, unfavorable, ineffectual, useless, and futile. For example, a detrimental decision may lead to negative consequences, while an adverse event has unfavorable consequences. Ineffectual actions will not achieve the desired result, while a useless strategy will not provide any benefit. A futile effort is one that is doomed to fail. Identifying antonyms for advantageous can help us better understand the consequences of actions or decisions and avoid negative outcomes.

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Usage examples for Advantageous

Scanlan, it seems, resolved to profit by an emergency so full of moment, and exacted from Lady Dorothea-for Martin was then too ill to be consulted-the most advantageous terms for himself.
"The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
Charles James Lever
I regard this as having been highly advantageous to me, that I have always been able to win the friendship and confidence of the Eskimos; for thus I found them extremely ready to follow my advice and instructions, and to do in general anything I desired.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook
There are certainly few branches of business where unity of administration is more advantageous, or where the public would benefit more from affairs being conducted from the public point of view of developing the greatest amount of gross traffic, instead of from the private point of view of making the greatest amount of net profit.
"Contemporary Socialism"
John Rae

Famous quotes with Advantageous

  • We're all complex human beings, and if some of that complexity shows through, I think it's advantageous for the movie.
    Jan de Bont
  • There is no reason why agreement on particular points should not be both possible and advantageous to the so-called neutrals and to one or more of the blocs, either existing or in the process of formation, within the League of Nations.
    Hjalmar Branting
  • The problem to solve is, whether a single or a double government would be most advantageous; and, in considering that point, I am met by this difficulty - that I cannot see that the present form of government is a double government at all.
    Richard Cobden
  • The most interesting aspect for me, composing exclusively with patterns, is that there is not one organizational procedure more advantageous than another, perhaps because no one pattern ever takes precedence over the others.
    Morton Feldman
  • Accuracy is, in every case, advantageous to beauty, and just reasoning to delicate sentiment. In vain would we exalt the one by depreciating the other.
    David Hume

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