What is the opposite of A1?

18 antonyms found



[ ˌeɪ w_ˈɒ_n], [ ˌe͡ɪ wˈɒn], [ ˌe‍ɪ wˈɒn]

Antonyms for A1:


Usage examples of A1:

  1. They're A1 and you're very lucky to get one of my girls. "Delia Blanchflower", Mrs. Humphry Ward.
  2. One of the best of the first class was selected- the Water Lily, A1 on Lloyd's- and in it Annie, with her nurse, was sent to sea for the benefit of her health. "Saved by the Lifeboat", R.M. Ballantyne.
  3. The main thing was Bela was known to be an A1 cook, and the grub at the French outfit was rotten. "The Huntress", Hulbert Footner.

Rhymes for A1:

  1. stay, may, cay, yea, clay, de, ney, fe, wei, fray, spray, dah, ca, fey, j, slay, ray, k, re, pay, hey, gray, wy, sleigh, play, dray, bay, ley, shay, flay, weigh, pray, frey, jay, neigh, grey, trey, whey, say, ne, ay, tray, hay, paye, fay, prey, bray, day, nay, mei, sway, way, se, lay, stray, lei, pei;
  2. display, halfway, da, bombay, betray, croquet, purvey, bouquet, allay, puree, sorbet, away, essay, today, portray, fillet, array, buffet, moray, crochet, parquet, hooray, delay, obey, repay, convey, filet, dismay, toupee, cliche, astray, ga, passe, monet, saute, ha, replay, cafe, okay, cache, manet, survey, beret, valet, millay, decay, belay, defray, ballet, risque;
  3. dak, underway, cabernet, overplay, disobey, cabaret, attache, faberge, piaget, overstay, fiance, underplay, disarray, depardieu, ira;
  4. cabriolet, naivete, communique;

Quotes for A1:

  1. Rule A: Don't. Rule A1 Rule A doesn't exist. Rule A2: Do not discuss the existence or non -existence of Rules A, A1 or A2. R. D. Laing.
  2. A1 Great Britain has to look at the longer term. John Surtees.