What is another word for Procacious?

Pronunciation: [pɹəkˈe͡ɪʃəs] (IPA)

"Procacious" is an adjective that describes someone or something that is aggressive, bold, or impudent. Synonyms for this word can include "audacious," "reckless," "brazen," "impertinent," "insolent," "forward," "cheeky," "impudent," "sarcastic," "presumptuous," "self-important," and "rash." These words suggest a lack of respect for rules or authority, and can be used to describe behavior that is confrontational or even threatening. In some cases, these words may be used to describe positive qualities such as "ambitious" or "daring," but they often have a negative connotation and suggest behavior that is rude or inappropriate.

What are the hypernyms for Procacious?

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

What are the opposite words for Procacious?

The word "procacious" means bold, daring or audacious. Its antonyms are "shy," "timid," "diffident," "reserved," and "coy." Shy means retiring, retiring or apprehensive and is seen as the opposite of procacious, which represents a bold and daring attitude. Timid means lacking courage or self-assurance, and is the opposite of being bold enough to take risks or be audacious as in the case of procacious. Reserved implies being withdrawn, restrained, or not inclined to communicate too much thus standing in contrast to procacious' propensity to be bold and direct. Coy has the same sense of reluctance and hesitation in action as the other antonyms of procacious, which means that the opposite of procacious is not one of aggression but one of reservation and caution.

What are the antonyms for Procacious?

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