What is another word for great?
Pronunciation:[ ɡ_ɹ_ˈeɪ_t], [ ɡɹˈe͡ɪt], [ ɡɹˈeɪt]
Table of ContentsSimilar words for great:
- all (adjective)
- goodly (adjective)
- important, celebrated (adjective)
- large (adjective)
- noble (adjective)
- size (adjective)
- very large (adjective)
- eminent (noun)
- great (noun)
- other synonyms
Definition for Great:
- Large: long- continued: superior: distinguished: highly gifted: noble: mighty: sublime: of high rank: chief: proud: weighty: indicating one degree more remote in the direct line of descent, as GREAT- GRANDFATHER, GREAT- GRANDSON.
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grand, profound, big, significant, intense, prominent, prodigious, illustrious, earthshaking, keen, sizable, acute, largescale, sheer, quite, excellent, thorough, famous, important, invaluable, fierce, ardent, difficult, groovy, disproportionate, appreciable, memorable, immeasurable, tough, grown-up, large-, glorious, high-profile, marked, Heightened, astonishing, radiant, utter, urgent, genuine, lengthy, further, stark, sacred, reallywell-known, earth-shaking, nifty, large-sized, enormously, close, robust, good-sized, masterful, noticeable, prestigious, sincere, precious, grievous, pre-eminent, elevated, absolute, attractive, high, fantastical, preponderant, warm, exquisite.
Proper noun, singular
grand, grands, attaches, cheers, big, powers, Records, notices, significant, issues, GS, coupons, adds, Blinds, excellent, important, larger, main, high, largest.
significant, quite, excellent, important, really, substantially, lot, so, enormously, hugely, largely, high.
enormous, immense, overwhelming, greater, large, grandiose, sizeable, marvelous, utmost, neat, major, wide-ranging, far-reaching, phenomenal, exciting, daunting, greatest, gigantic, delightful, stunning, monumental, momentous, resounding, staggering, colossal, distinguished, great-aunt, strenuous, sensational, fundamental, admirable, yawning, considerable, billion-dollar, sublime, overarching, weighty, tremendous, ample, drastic, ambitious, first-rate, overriding, leading, fervent, eminent, sterling, lofty, sweeping, big-time, substantial, excessive, vigorous, gaping, magnificent, mammoth, dire, intensive, GRANDE, noteworthy, ravishing, brilliant, staunch, larger, broad, beautiful, energetic, steep, main, quantum, noble, decisive, striking, good-looking, generous.
Proper noun, singular
greater, large, major, greatest, considerable, tremendous, substantial, magnificent, GRANDE, brilliant, broad, beautiful.
Antonyms for Great:
flawed, usual, common, rotten, unpleasant, imperfect, conventional, unamazing, ok, expected, plain, inconsiderable, detestable.
inessential, nonessential, inconspicuous, bad, ordinary, contemptible, unimpressive, unremarkable, extra, unnecessary, subordinate, minor, secondary, inferior, auxiliary.
mild, tiny, minute, teeny, few, uncelebrated, short, soft, small, poor, limited, unknown, powerless, undignified, infamous, stupid, ignorant, moderate, miniature, menial, insignificant, thin, low, little, unimportant.
untrained, disinterested, heavy-handed, rude, last, clumsy, spiritless, collateral, ignominious, unfit, loath, crude, untried, unqualified, abominable, abbreviated, fleeting, hesitant, inept, knavish, paltry, momentary, aloof, pint-size, inexpert, languorous, degenerate, dwarf, squalid, impermanent, mini, unwilling, scanty, casual, uninterested, disinclined, beginning, small-minded, subsidiary, nonpregnant, unprofessional, little bitty, artless, discreditable, mean, languid, sudden, lowercase, unskilled, least, untalented, hateful, uneager, unfitted, rough, low-grade, petty, shortish, ephemeral, transient, offensive, abrupt, untested, ham-fisted, unenthusiastic, unschooled, raw, inexperienced, inefficient, unconcerned, ugly, Ungifted, unpolished, ineffectual, ineffective, sordid, insouciant, sorry, illegitimate, coarse, nonchalant, untutored, transitory, apathetic, lukewarm, jackleg, short-term, incapable, short-lived, untaught, weak, repulsive, unskillful, degrading, condensed, debased, shortened, reluctant, unseasoned, lower class, short-range, amateurish, dirty, halfhearted, degraded, unable, awkward, vicious, dastardly, would-be, lackadaisical, impassive, petite, averse, new, green, amateur, incompetent, junior, ham-handed, detached, incurious, primitive, humiliating.
- excellent, skillful