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best
WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Adjective: most excellent thing or achievement
Synonyms:
top , premium , greatest , champion , leading , preeminent, foremost , highest, coolest, finest, prime , choice , elite, incomparable, best of the best, top-of-the-line, most desirable, most outstanding, most suitable, most favorable, most favourable (UK), most advantageous, unsurpassed, unparalleled, unparallelled (UK), unequaled, unequalled (UK), unrivaled, unrivalled (UK), beyond compare, second to none, nonpareil, top-notch (informal), top-tier, first , principal , supreme, crowning, matchless, the tops (slang), optimum, choicest, in a class by itself, nonesuch, unexcelled, inimitable, superlative, peerless, prize , tip-top (informal), paragon
Antonyms:
worst , most inferior, lowest quality, entry level, lowest grade, cheapest, crappiest, second rate
Sense: Applied especially to people
Synonyms:
of the elite, crème de la crème (French), cream of the crop, richest
Antonyms:
worst , meanest, cruelest, most selfish
Sense: Adjective: most skilled or accomplished - persons
Synonyms:
top , greatest , leading , most skilled, most experienced, number-one, finest, ranking , high-ranking, unbeaten
Sense: Adjective: most praiseworthy - actions
Synonyms:
nicest, kindest, greatest , most sincere, sweetest, most generous, most noble, noblest, smartest, most creditable, most illustrious, most glorious, most honorable, most honourable (UK), most praiseworthy, most effective, most magnanimous, most intelligent , most thoughtful
Antonyms:
worst , stupidest, dumbest, last , poorest
Sense: Adjective: largest
Synonyms:
greatest , biggest, most , largest, highest, tallest
Antonyms:
least , shortest, smallest
Sense: Noun: greatest person or thing - usually preceded by 'the'
Synonyms:
top , greatest , finest, number one (slang), champion , epitome , record breaker, prizewinner, first , cream , crème de la crème (slang), salt of the earth (slang), cream of the crop (slang), top of their field, best of the best, model , paragon, elite, favorite , favourite (UK), winner , gold medalist, gold medallist (UK), prize specimen
Antonyms:
worst , average Joes, masses, mob , dropouts, failures, losers
Sense: Verb: defeat
Synonyms:
beat , get the better of, get the upper hand over (informal), get one up on (slang), overcome , defeat , conquer , better , triumph over, outwit, outdo, outshine, outclass, overwhelm , outstrip, outmaneuver, outmanoeuvre (UK), do better than, surpass , trounce, thrash (slang), lick (slang), wipe the floor with (slang), cream (US, slang), vanquish, gain an advantage over, excel , exceed
Antonyms:
lose to, be beaten by, give up to, fail to, forfeit to, surrender to, fall behind


good
WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Adjective: of good quality
Synonyms:
excellent , great (informal), awesome (slang), terrific (informal), fantastic (informal), amazing (informal), choice , select , super , tremendous , top-notch (informal), first-rate, high-grade, high-end, high-quality, outstanding , exceptional , A1 (informal), superb , wonderful
Sense: Adjective: pleasant
Synonyms:
pleasant , enjoyable , agreeable , pleasurable, delightful , pleasing, nice , lovely
Sense: Adjective: moral
Synonyms:
moral , upright , upstanding, ethical, virtuous, honorable, honourable (UK), righteous , decent , honest , worthy , pure
Sense: Adjective: kind
Synonyms:
kind , kindhearted, kind-hearted, friendly , considerate , generous , noble , unselfish, kindly , giving, caring , loving , charitable, goodhearted, good-hearted, warmhearted, warm-hearted
Sense: Adjective: reliable
Synonyms:
reliable , dependable , steady , honest , trustworthy , trusty, tried-and-true, tried-and-trusted, tried-and-tested, solid , safe
Sense: Adjective: obedient
Synonyms:
obedient, well-behaved, respectful , sweet , well-mannered, polite
Sense: Adjective: sensible
Synonyms:
sensible , rational , logical, reasonable , reasoned, sound , well-founded, well-grounded, sane
Sense: Adjective: qualified
Synonyms:
qualified , suited , suitable , fit , apt, right , proper , a good fit, a good match, compatible , appropriate , well-suited, just right, eligible
Sense: Adjective: skillful
Synonyms:
skillful , skilful (UK), skilled , expert , accomplished , master , ace , handy , able , a dab hand (UK, informal), strong
Sense: Adjective: healthy
Synonyms:
healthy , well , fine , in good health, on good form, on top form, on form, tip-top (informal), in good condition, in good shape (informal), in shape (informal), in trim (informal), in the best of health, at your best
Sense: Adjective: valid
Synonyms:
valid , real , legitimate, sound , genuine , authentic, legit (informal), legal
Sense: Adjective: convincing
Synonyms:
convincing, compelling , persuasive, forceful, powerful , solid
Sense: Adjective: thorough
Synonyms:
thorough , meticulous, painstaking, careful , long , comprehensive , thoroughgoing, complete , full , decent (informal)
Sense: Adjective: considerable
Synonyms:
considerable , significant , substantial , sizable, sizeable, big , great , large , major , handsome , tidy (informal), healthy , goodly (dated or literary)
Sense: Adjective: favorable
Synonyms:
favorable, favourable (UK), positive , approving, complimentary , promising , auspicious, advantageous
Sense: Noun: benefit
Synonyms:
benefit , well-being , welfare , sake , interest
Sense: Noun: belongings - plural
Synonyms:
belongings, possessions, things, stuff (informal), property , effects, personal effects, personal items, items, material possessions, wordly goods
Sense: Noun: merchandise - plural
Synonyms:
merchandise , commodities, wares, products, items, merch (informal), produce , stock
Sense: Noun: qualifications - preceded by 'the', plural
Synonyms:
qualifications, credentials, capability , stuff (slang), the right stuff (slang), what it takes (informal), skills, mad skills (slang)
Sense: Adverb: well - US, informal
Synonyms:
well , fine , just fine (informal), OK (informal), okay (informal), alright (informal), all right, decently, satisfactorily , tolerably, adequately, acceptably, quite well


well
WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Adjective: in good health
Synonyms:
in good health, fit and healthy, healthy , fit , sound , robust , strong , fine , in good shape (informal), in fine fettle, hale, hearty, in shape (informal), in tiptop condition, vigorous, fit as a fiddle (informal)
Antonyms:
sick , ill , poorly (UK, informal), rotten , convalescent, queasy, woozy, feverish, fragile , unhealthy , bedridden, worn out, under the weather (informal), laid up, in a bad way
Sense: Adjective: satisfactory
Synonyms:
satisfactory , OK (informal), okay (informal), fine , all right, hunky-dory (informal), find and dandy (informal), as it should be, shipshape and Bristol fashion (UK, dated)
Sense: Adverb: satisfactorily
Synonyms:
satisfactorily, adequately, acceptably, all right (informal), OK (informal), okay (informal), fine , decently, good , sufficiently
Antonyms:
unsatisfactorily, inadequately, haphazardly, negligently, inefficiently, badly , incorrectly, unsuitably, incompetently, wrong , clumsily, awfully, shoddily, the wrong way, not up to scratch (informal), below par
Sense: Adverb: skillfully
Synonyms:
skillfully, skilfully (UK), with skill, expertly, excellently, brilliantly, masterfully, adeptly, competently, proficiently, capably, ably
Sense: Adverb: pleasantly
Synonyms:
pleasantly, splendidly, delightfully, nicely, great , pleasingly, agreeably, gloriously, enjoyably, swimmingly
Sense: Adverb: thoroughly
Synonyms:
well and truly, thoroughly , entirely , fully , completely , utterly , totally , wholly , altogether , perfectly, truly , really , to a tee (informal), through and through
Sense: Adverb: intimately
Synonyms:
intimately, deeply , profoundly, closely , inside out (informal)
Sense: Adverb: favorably
Synonyms:
favorably, favourably (UK), highly , approvingly, glowingly, warmly
Sense: Adverb: considerably
Synonyms:
considerably, significantly , very much, substantially, markedly, to a marked degree, to a marked extent, by a considerable margin, to a great degree, to a great extent
Sense: Adverb: likely
Synonyms:
likely , very likely, probably , in all probability, quite possibly
Sense: Adverb: in luxury
Synonyms:
in luxury, in comfort, comfortably, in the lap of luxury
Sense: Adverb: amicably
Synonyms:
amicably, amiably, nicely, pleasantly, happily , genially, agreeably
Sense: Noun: source
Synonyms:
source , wellspring, spring , fountain , fountainhead, origin , root , cradle , birthplace
Antonyms:
conclusion , end , ending , finish
Sense: Noun: shaft sunk into the earth
Synonyms:
shaft , hole , mine , well shaft
Antonyms:
closing , cover , manifold , bulge
Sense: Verb: rise and flow - sometimes followed by 'up'
Synonyms:
flow , gush , stream , run , rush , flood , course , cascade, roll , swell

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