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1. style

noun. ['ˈstaɪl'] how something is done or how it happens.

Synonyms

  • artistic style
  • lifestyle
  • setup
  • touch
  • modus vivendi
  • form
  • manner
  • life style
  • fit
  • drape
  • idiom
  • wise
  • property
  • life-style
  • signature
  • fashion
  • response
  • way

Antonyms

  • ungraciousness
  • variability
  • unevenness
  • effortfulness

Etymology

  • estile (French)
  • stilus (Latin)

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2. style

noun. ['ˈstaɪl'] a particular kind (as to appearance).

Synonyms

  • sort
  • kind
  • form

Antonyms

  • diverge
  • miss
  • disengage
  • discolor

Etymology

  • estile (French)
  • stilus (Latin)

3. style

noun. ['ˈstaɪl'] a way of expressing something (in language or art or music etc.) that is characteristic of a particular person or group of people or period.

Synonyms

  • legalese
  • prose
  • fluency
  • writing style
  • officialese
  • bathos
  • communication
  • allegory
  • expression
  • genre
  • flatness
  • delivery
  • verboseness
  • manner of speaking
  • music genre
  • musical genre
  • black humor
  • musical style
  • smoothness
  • formulation
  • euphuism
  • black humour
  • analysis
  • rhetoric
  • coarseness
  • device
  • literary genre
  • turn of phrase
  • grandiosity
  • headlinese
  • turn of expression
  • expressive style
  • grandiloquence
  • pathos
  • self-expression
  • journalese
  • jargon
  • speech
  • ornateness
  • sesquipedality
  • vein
  • verbosity
  • poetry
  • eloquence
  • terseness
  • magniloquence

Antonyms

  • verboseness
  • dullness
  • angularity
  • roundness

Etymology

  • estile (French)
  • stilus (Latin)

4. style

noun. ['ˈstaɪl'] the popular taste at a given time.

Synonyms

  • trend
  • discernment
  • bandwagon
  • fashion
  • taste
  • New Look
  • perceptiveness
  • vogue

Antonyms

  • elegance
  • smoothness
  • Romanticism
  • classicism

Etymology

  • estile (French)
  • stilus (Latin)

5. new

adjective. ['ˈnuː, nˈjuː'] not of long duration; having just (or relatively recently) come into being or been made or acquired or discovered.

Synonyms

  • spick-and-span
  • virgin
  • parvenu
  • newborn
  • new-sprung
  • bran-new
  • radical
  • unused
  • sunrise
  • spic-and-span
  • age
  • novel
  • modern
  • recent
  • untested
  • rising
  • current
  • red-hot
  • fresh
  • young
  • parvenue
  • refreshing
  • revolutionary
  • newfound
  • untried
  • brand-new

Antonyms

  • nonmodern
  • stale
  • noncurrent
  • tasteless

Etymology

  • newe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • niwe (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. new

adjective. ['ˈnuː, nˈjuː'] original and of a kind not seen before.

Synonyms

  • novel
  • original

Antonyms

  • legal
  • unsexy
  • inactive

Etymology

  • newe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • niwe (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. new

adjective. ['ˈnuː, nˈjuː'] lacking training or experience.

Synonyms

  • inexperient
  • inexperienced

Antonyms

  • far
  • nonviolent
  • uncharged

Etymology

  • newe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • niwe (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. new

adjective. ['ˈnuː, nˈjuː'] having no previous example or precedent or parallel.

Synonyms

  • unprecedented

Antonyms

  • cool
  • unemotionality

Etymology

  • newe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • niwe (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. new

adjective. ['ˈnuː, nˈjuː'] other than the former one(s); different.

Antonyms

  • bad

Etymology

  • newe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • niwe (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. new

adverb. ['ˈnuː, nˈjuː'] very recently.

Synonyms

  • newly
  • freshly

Antonyms

  • unpopular
  • unskilled
  • unwanted

Etymology

  • newe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • niwe (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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