Antonyms for active:
Synonyms for active:
crude, working, intelligent, intuitive, electrify, hard, multimedia, loafing, erupt, invalid, pole, unreadable, modal, high-level, bright, sassy, electric, compatible, chemical, playable, volatile, inductive, vent, polar, power, resistance, serious, concatenate, reflexive, software, arc, operating, temporary, computational, perfect, Short circuit, cyberwar, compatibility, valid, input, offline, singular, concerned, flow, shock, spontaneous.
fresh, snappy, potent, energetic, vigorous, mighty, peppy, zippy, effervescent, puissant, fervid, spirited, kinetic, mettlesome, vivacious, powerful, ardent, strong, zealous, driven, forceful, spunky.
having movement (adjective)
involved with (adjective)
very involved in activity (adjective)
engaged, perky, nimble, busy, quick, dashing, energetic, assiduous, forceful, dynamic, ready, high-spirited, chipper, enthusiastic, spry, frisky, on the move, enterprising, sprightly, eager, lively, diligent, animated, fresh, agile, jumping, zealous, sharp, industrious, alert, brisk, eventful.
earnest, lusty, puissant, afire, spirited, zealous, animated, full-blooded, zippy, strong, burning, ablaze, fiery, prolific, industrious, emphatic, dynamical, lively, passionate, powerful, sharp, agitated, exuberant, eager, smart, excited, strenuous, virile, potent, energetic, frisky, sprightly, impassioned, ardent, hearty, zestful, fervent, peppy, mettlesome, vigorous, enthusiastic.
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
Sense 9 (noun)
astir, agile, existing, gymnastic, practicing, erupting, activated, busy, moving, active agent, operational, surface-active, spry, proactive, dancing, bustling, active voice, activist, live, going, brisk, dynamic, hot, athletic, acrobatic, on the move, in full swing, fighting, nimble, eruptive, on, about, combat-ready, physical, progressive, participating, on the go, on-duty, alive, overactive, involved, activistic, existent, hyperactive, dynamical, quick, open, lively.
Usage examples for active:
- Rene de Ronville, being an active and intelligent young man, was sent about through the town to let everybody know of the meeting. - "Alice of Old Vincennes", Maurice Thompson.
- His will was good but never active at the present moment. - "The Lights and Shadows of Real Life", T.S. Arthur Edition: 10 Language: English.
- A neuter verb becomes active, when followed by a noun of the same signification with its own. - "The Grammar of English Grammars", Goold Brown.