What is another word for gone straight?

Pronunciation: [ɡɒn stɹˈe͡ɪt] (IPA)

The phrase "gone straight" can be replaced with a number of synonyms depending on the context. A few examples include "turned over a new leaf," "cleaned up their act," "reformed," "rehabilitated," "mended their ways," "became law-abiding," "found redemption," or "changed their lifestyle." Each of these phrases implies that an individual has made a conscious effort to abandon their previous behavior and adopt a new, improved way of living. Whether it be overcoming addiction, reducing criminal activity, or simply choosing a healthier path in life, "gone straight" is just one of many ways to describe this positive change.

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What are the hypernyms for Gone straight?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for gone straight?

Gone straight is a phrase commonly used to describe someone who has reformed and is no longer engaging in illegal or immoral activities. The opposite of gone straight could be considered returning to a life of crime or falling back into bad habits. Other antonyms for gone straight include dishonest, corrupt, untrustworthy, and immoral. These words suggest a lack of integrity and reliability, indicating that the individual cannot be relied upon to do what is right. It is important to strive towards going straight and maintaining honesty and integrity in all aspects of life.

What are the antonyms for Gone straight?

Famous quotes with Gone straight

  • As far as the live shows go, we're not leapfrogging all the smaller venues. We would have bypassed these kind of shows and gone straight to the Arena shows, but we didn't want to.
    Dan Hawkins
  • What will we do when they start capturing our people?" Klein asked. "They will, you know, if they haven't by now. Things go wrong." Heydrich's fingers drummed some more. He didn't worry about the laborers who'd expanded this redoubt- they'd all gone straight to the camps after they did their work. But captured fighters were indeed another story. He sighed. "Things go wrong. Ja. If they didn't, Stalin would be lurking somewhere in the Pripet Marshes, trying to keep his partisans fighting against us. We would've worked Churchill to death in a coal mine." He barked laughter. "The British did some of that for us, when they threw the bastard out of office last month. And we'd be getting ready to fight the Amis on their side of the Atlantic. But... things went wrong." "Yes, sir." After a moment, Klein ventured, "Uh, sir- you didn't answer my question." "Oh. Prisoners." Heydrich had to remind himself what his aide was talking about. "I don't know what to do, Klein, except make sure our people all have cyanide pills." "Some won't have the chance to use them. Some won't have the nerve," Klein said. Not many men had the nerve to tell Reinhard Heydrich the unvarnished truth. Heydrich kept Klein around not least because Klein was one of those men. They were useful to have. Hitler would have done better had he seen that. Heydrich recognized the truth when he heard it now; one more thing Hitler'd had trouble with.
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