Antonyms ( G )

Gallant

( Adjective )

He is very gallant at the ball. 
Antonyms: 
Cowardly; Fearful; Ignoble; Churlish; Discourteous; Ill-mannered; Impolite; Rude 


Gather

( Verb )

A crowd soon gathered around him. 
Antonyms: 
Disband; Scatter; Separate; Diffuse; Disperse; Dissipate


Gay

( Adjective )

The gay voices of young children got the attention of the teachers. 
Antonyms: 
Mournful; Cheerless; Unhappy; Depressed; Gloomy; Sorrowful; Sad; Dismal 


General

( Adjective )

The general opinion of the people about this subject is not in favor of the government. 
Antonyms: 
Uncommon; Unusual; Queer; Specific 


Generous

( Adjective )

He is generous in giving help to the needed. 
Antonyms: 
Greed; Niggardly; Chary; Sparing; Light; Selfish; Parsimonious 


Genial

( Adjective )

He is under the genial influence of good wine. 
Antonyms: 
Cheerless; Coo; Discourteous; Frigid; Morose; Rude; Sardonic; Sullen; Unfriendly; Ungracious; Unpleasant 


Genuine

( Adjective )

This is not a genuine picture of Rubens. 
Antonyms :
Fictitious; Spurious; Artificial; Fake; Forged; Imaginary


 Glorify

( Verb )

You should not glorify yourself. 
Antonyms: 
Abuse; Depress; Reject; Debase; Defile; Degrade; Humiliate; Mock; Condemn 


Gifted

( Adjective )

There is a separate school for the students gifted with special talents. 
Antonyms: 
Foolish; Stupid; Idiotic; Stolid; Amateur; Dull; Inept; Remanded 


Gorgeous

( Adjective )

We have captured the gorgeous sunset in our camera. 
Antonyms: 

Colorless; Simple; Unadorned; Somber; Ugly; Cheap; Shabby; Shoddy 


Govern

( Verb )

The President of a country has more powers to govern the country towards the overall development of the people. 
Antonyms: 
Misrule; Mismanage; Misgovern 


Gradual

( Adjective )

We experience a gradual increase in the cost of living in this town. 
Antonyms: 
Rapid; Momentary; Unanticipated; Unpremeditated; Unforeseen 


Grand

( Adjective )
Living in grand style is a long time dream to me. 
Antonyms: 
Inferior; Colorless; Ignoble; Undignified; Awful; Mean; Worthless


 Grasp

( Verb )

A man who grasps too much may lose everything. 
Antonyms: 
Loose; Lose; Abandon; Release; Relinquish


Grief

( Noun )

His taking to drugs was a great grief to his parents. 
Antonyms: 
Glee; Joy; Contentment; Satisfaction; Rejoicing; Solace; Happiness; Pleasure 


Grim

( Adjective )

At last all our atruggle turned out to be mere grim moves. 
Antonyms: 
Amiable; Attractive; Benign; Cheerful; Easy; Genial; Gentle; Happy; Kind; Pleasant; Soft; Sympathetic 


Groundless

( Adjective )

It is not my responsibility to answer all these groundless rumours. 
Antonyms: 
Actual; Material; Well-founded; Substantial; Positive; Real; Solid 


 

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