Kafkaesque refers to a situation that is confusing, nightmarish, or surreal. It is an adjective derived from the name of the renowned writer, Franz Kafka, known for his works depicting such scenarios. If one were to look for antonyms for this word, they would be words like clear, straightforward, logical, or simple. These words describe situations that are easily comprehensible and not filled with the complexities and confusion that Kafkaesque situations present. These antonyms can be useful when expressing something that is clear, well-organized, and easy to follow, as opposed to an experience that is bewildering, chaotic or labyrinthine.
Antonym of the day
- abandon, follow, misguide.