Stops in usually refers to a brief visit or stopover at a place. Antonyms, or words that have opposite meanings to stops in, include words like passes through, keeps going, continues on, and bypasses. When we say someone passes through, they are simply moving through a place without any intention of stopping. Similarly, someone who keeps going or continues on is not stopping, rather they are moving ahead towards their destination. Conversely, bypassing means to avoid making a stop at a place altogether. These antonyms help to describe different ways of moving through a place or skipping it entirely.
Antonym of the day
- deserted, empty, imprecise.