What is another word for bonnie?

Pronunciation: [bˈɒni] (IPA)

The word "bonnie" is often used to describe something or someone attractive, pleasant or attractive. Some synonym for the word "bonnie" are beautiful, pretty, lovely, handsome, charming, delightful, appealing or alluring. These words convey a sense of attractiveness or physical appeal to the object or person being described. Additionally, words such as pleasing, agreeable, and pleasant, express a sense of positivity beyond physical beauty. Other synonyms include radiant, graceful, striking, comely, winsome, and captivating, which evoke a sense of fascination, charm and allure, making them useful in describing anything from a landscape or an object to a person.

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    • Proper noun, singular
      Monique.

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What are the opposite words for bonnie?

Bonnie is an adjective that primarily means "attractive" or "pretty." Antonyms for this word can be used to describe something or someone that is unattractive or not pretty. The opposite of bonnie could be ugly, unattractive, unsightly, or plain. You could also use words like unappealing, uninviting, or drab. Other antonyms might be words that describe someone who is not physically attractive, such as repulsive or repugnant. Sometimes, people use words like homely or plain to describe someone who isn't particularly beautiful, but still has a lovable or friendly charm. In any case, antonyms for bonnie should be used with caution, as they may cause offense or hurt someone's feelings.

What are the antonyms for Bonnie?

  • adj.

    noun

Usage examples for Bonnie

They are chubby and jolly, and don't quarrel so much, or speak so harshly as school board children in our bonnie Lowlands.
"From Edinburgh to India & Burmah"
William G. Burn Murdoch
But where's my bonnie boy?
"The Story of Louie"
Oliver Onions
She would have forgotten all those long, still days by the Aivron and the Geinig; no echo would remain in her memory of "The bonnie Earl o' Morau," as he had sung it for her, with all the passionate pathos of which he was capable; she would be a stranger-moving afar-one heard of only-a remembrance-and no more.
"Prince Fortunatus"
William Black

Famous quotes with Bonnie

  • Jean, Jean, you're young and alive Come out of your half-dreamed dream And run, if you will, to the top of the hill Open your arms, bonnie Jean.
    Rod McKuen
  • Oh, swiftly glides the bonnie boat, Just parted from the shore, And to the fisher's chorus-note, Soft moves the dipping oar!
    Joanna Baillie
  • Thy braes were bonnie, Yarrow stream, When first on them I met my lover; Thy braes how dreary, Yarrow stream, When now thy waves his body cover!
    John Logan (minister)
  • O, saw ye the lass wi’ the bonnie blue een? Her smile is the sweetest that ever was seen, Her cheek like the rose is, but fresher, I ween, She ’s the loveliest lassie that trips on the green.
    Richard Ryan

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