The Ultimate list of Commonly Known Antonyms in English (G-N)

An antonym is a word that means the opposite of the other word. For example, night and day are antonyms of each other.

WordAntonym
gainloss
gatherscatter
generousstingy
gentlerough
genuinefake
giantdwarf
givereceive
gloomycheerful
goodbad
gracefulclumsy
griefjoy
grinfrown
grown-upchild
guiltyinnocent
happysad
hardsoft
harmfulharmless
harmonydiscord
harshmild
hastendawdle
hatelove
healthyunhealthy/sick
heavenhell
heavylight
herethere
hideshow
highlow
hinderaid
honestdishonest
hopefuldesperate
horizontalvertical
hostguest
hugetiny
humanecruel
humbleproud
humiddry
hungerthirst
husbandwife
idleactive/busy
ignorenotice
illegallawful
imaginaryreal
immenseminute
importexport
imprisonfree
inout
includeexclude
individualgroup
inferiorsuperior
insideoutside
interestingdull
intentionalaccidental
joygrief/sadness
justiceinjustice
kindcruel
knowledgeignorance
largesmall
laughcry
lazyindustrious
leadfollow
leftright
lengthwidth
lessmore
liestand/truth
lifedeath
lightheavy/dark
likedislike
liquidsolid
littlelarge
loftylowly
lonelycrowded
longshort
loosetight
lostfound
lovelyterrible
marrydivorce
masterservant
matureimmature
maximumminimum
meangenerous
meltfreeze
menwomen
mendbreak
messorder
midnightnoon
minormajor
misscatch/hit
mixseparate
moderateextreme
modernancient
moistdry
monarchyrepublic
moonsun
morningevening
mostleast
mountainvalley
movestay
narrowbroad
nastynice
nativeforeigner
naturalartificial
neardistant/far
negativeaffirmative/positive
neveralways
newold
noisyquiet
noneall
normalstrange
northsouth
nothingsomething
nowthen

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