What are the antonyms for GREAT?
- abject, acceptable, accursed, adequate, all-right, animalistic, atomic, atrocious, awful, bad, bantam, base, baseborn, beastly, bestial, bitty, blasted, bounded, brief, brutal, brute, brutish, bush, carnal, circumscribed, clarified, common, confounded, contemptible, crummy, cursed, cussed, damnable, darn, darned, decent, deficient, defined, definite, delicate, despicable, determinate, deuced, diminutive, dinky, dismal, dissatisfactory, dwarfish, excellent, execrable, fair, fairish, fast, feathery, feral, fiddling, fine, finite, foolish, fragile, frail, frivolous, gauzy, good, half-pint, horrible, humble, ignoble, ignorant, ill, incidental, inconsequential, inconsiderable, indifferent, inferior, infernal, infinitesimal, insensible, insignificant, itty-bitty, lame, lamentable, lascivious, light, lightweight, lilliputian, limited, little, lousy, low, lowborn, lowercase, lowly, lumpen, measured, mediocre, medium, mickey mouse, microscopic, middling, miniature, minor, minuscule, minute, miserable, mournful, moving, nameless, narrow, negligible, nice, nonpregnant, nugatory, obscure, off, ordinary, outside, paltry, passable, pathetic, piteous, pitiable, pitiful, plebeian, pocket, pocket-size, polished, poor, prole, proletarian, punk, puny, pure, pygmy, refined, remote, respectable, restricted, rotten, run-of-the-mill, run-of-the-mine, satisfactory, second-rate, sensitive, sensual, serviceable, short, shrimpy, slender, slight, slim, small, small fry, smallish, so-so, sorrowful, sottish, sour, splendid, stolid, subhuman, subnormal, substandard, swinish, teensy, teensy-weensy, teeny, teeny-weeny, tenuous, terrible, thin, tiny, tolerable, touching, trifling, trivial, unacceptable, undersized, underweight, unimportant, unknown, unrecognized, unsatisfactory, unsung, unwashed, vile, vulgar, wanting, wee, weeny, weightless, wretched, wrong, Dang, Ferine, Freaking, Noteless, second class, O.K., lower class, bush-league, WACK, SUBPAR., uncelebrated, bitsy, cotton-picking, danged, doggone, featherlight, little bitty, low-life, microminiature, no-name, suboptimal, sucky, toylike, unfamous.
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Usage Examples for GREAT
- Even great people have to eat you know - "Father Payne" by Arthur Christopher Benson
- This is a great town for pretty girls - "In a Little Town" by Rupert Hughes
- Mrs Pell she was great for jokin' - "The Diamond Pin" by Carolyn Wells
- So much for your great reason - "Don Orsino" by F. Marion Crawford
- There's a great deal in a name isn't there - "The Eustace Diamonds" by Anthony Trollope