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Top resources with antonyms for TRUE:
Sep 7, 2015 ... I am having a lot of trouble thinking of a true antonym for these. Sure, humble or
humility work well, but one is an adjective and the other is a ...
fade - brighten fail - succeed false - true famous - unknown far - near fast - slow
fat - thin feeble - strong, powerful, few - many find - lose first - last float - sink
Antonyms are word pairs that are opposite in meaning, such as hot and cold,
black ... (A third category of relational antonyms is described later.) ... 17. true,
Jun 9, 2011 ... <br /> An antonym is a word that means the Antonyms are opposites. .... Such
antonyms include:<br /> true – false<br /> dead – alive<br /> day ...
These english synonyms and antonyms for words used in writing has been
arranged by categories. For each word (true, accurate, correct, real, wrong, fake,