Antonyms for



Antonyms of noun old


Antonyms of adj old

8 senses of old

Sense 1:
old (vs. young)

young (vs. old), immature
one-year-oldtwo-year-oldthree-year-oldfour-year-oldfive-year-oldadolescent, teen, teenage, teenagedinfantileboyish, boylike, schoolboyishchildlike, childlyearlygirlish, schoolgirlishjuniorlittle, smallnewbornpreteen, preadolescentpuppyish, puppyliketenderyoungishyouthful, vernal, young
Sense 2:
old (vs. new)

new (vs. old)
brand-new, bran-new, spic-and-span, spick-and-spanfreshhot, red-hotnewborn, new-sprung(prenominal)newfoundnovel, refreshingparvenu, parvenuerecentrevolutionary, radicalrisingsunrise(prenominal)untested, untriedunusedvirginyoung
Sense 3:
old(prenominal)

INDIRECT (VIA familiar) -> unfamiliar

Sense 4:
old, older

INDIRECT (VIA experienced) -> inexperienced, inexperient

Sense 5:
erstwhile(prenominal), former(prenominal), old, onetime(prenominal), one-time(prenominal), quondam(prenominal), sometime(prenominal)

INDIRECT (VIA future, past) -> present
INDIRECT (VIA past, present) -> future

Sense 6:
honest-to-god, honest-to-goodness, old(prenominal), sure-enough(prenominal)

INDIRECT (VIA genuine) -> counterfeit, imitative

Sense 7:
Old

INDIRECT (VIA late, early) -> middle
INDIRECT (VIA early, middle) -> late

Sense 8:
previous(prenominal), old

INDIRECT (VIA preceding) -> succeeding
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