What is another word for symmetrical?

Pronunciation: [sɪmˈɛtɹɪkə͡l] (IPA)

Symmetrical is a word used to describe something that is well-proportioned and balanced, often with equal parts on either side of a central point. Some synonyms for this word include harmonious, balanced, proportionate, even, uniform, and regular. These words all describe something that has a sense of order and balance, whether it is in the physical world or in abstract concepts like ideas or patterns. Other synonyms for symmetrical might include aligned, matching, mirrored, or equal, which all suggest a sense of similarity and sameness on either side of an axis or center. Overall, synonyms for symmetrical emphasize balance and order, whether in design, nature, or ideas.

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Symmetrical means having equal proportions on either side of a dividing line or axis. Antonyms for this word would include words that describe things that are not equal or balanced. For example, asymmetrical describes something that is not symmetrical, often with varying proportions or angles on either side. Irregular describes something that lacks symmetry or uniformity. Incongruous describes something that is not in harmony or keeping with its surroundings. Unbalanced describes something that is not evenly distributed or proportioned, while disproportionate refers to something that is not in proportion, often with specific features or traits that are too prominent or lacking.

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Usage examples for Symmetrical

She, too, seemed hastening onward with stealthy step; but the tall, symmetrical figure, and the rich robes that enveloped it, left no doubt upon the mind of Walford as to the person who was preceding him down the sloping avenue of Bulstrode Park.
"The White Gauntlet"
Mayne Reid
The present school-house stands in an open place beside the main road to Muirtown, treeless and comfortless, built of red, staring stone, with a playground for the boys and another for the girls, and a trim, smug-looking teacher's house, all very neat and symmetrical, and well regulated.
"Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush"
Ian Maclaren
Redmond, a born artist in words, possessing strongly the sense of form, was sensitive to beauty in all kinds-yet rather to the beauty that is symmetrical, graceful and well-planned.
"John Redmond's Last Years"
Stephen Gwynn

Famous quotes with Symmetrical

  • The tree was evidently aged, from the size of its stem. It was about six feet high, the branches came out from the stem in a regular and symmetrical manner, and it had all the appearance of a tree in miniature.
    Robert Fortune
  • To make something look real and alive, nothing can be symmetrical because nothing in real life is symmetrical. You have to make it look organic.
    John Kricfalusi
  • No constitution is or can be perfectly symmetrical, what it can and must be is generally accepted as both fair and usable.
    Ferdinand Mount
  • Like the ski resort full of girls hunting for husbands and husbands hunting for girls, the situation is not as symmetrical as it might seem.
    Alan Mackay
  • Arthropods and vertebrates share some broad features of general organization - elongated, bilaterally symmetrical bodies, with sensory organs up front, excretory structures in the back, and some form of segmentation along the major axis. But the geometry of major internal organs could hardly be more different... Arthropods concentrate their nervous system on their ventral (belly) side as two major cords running along the bottom surface of the animal. The mouth also opens on the ventral side, with the esophagus passing between the two nerve cords, and the stomach and remainder of the digestive tube running along the body the nerve cords. In vertebrates, and with maximal contrast, the central nervous system runs along the dorsal (top) surface as a single tube culminating in a bulbous brain at the front end. The entire digestive system then runs along the body axis the nerve cord.
    Stephen Jay Gould

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