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Colonial

Antonyms for colonial:

simple.

Synonyms for colonial:

Sense 1

low-rise, carpeted, curtained off, prefab, cavernous, firetrap, labyrinthine, palatial, baronial, timbered, shuttered, unfurnished, condemned, the Bronze Age, ruined, half-timbered, covered, sprawling, furnished, jacobean, spacious, prefabricated, rabbit warren, the Raj, romanesque, tumbledown, the Industrial Revolution, high-rise, rooftop, moated, rambling, drafty, the Reformation, split-level, unoccupied, detached, well-appointed, modular, en suite, the Enlightenment, the Roaring Twenties, appointed, dank, tudor, derelict, corinthian, darkened, vaulted, the Dark Ages, the Norman Conquest, the Stone Age, beachfront, lofty, burned-out, gabled, semidetached, open-plan, the Iron Age, perpendicular, doric, norman, edwardian, the Middle Ages, the Christian era.

Sense 2

modernity, brownstone, renaissance, handsome, regency, stark, carbuncle, quaint, sprawl, nonresidential.

Sense 3

warm, modest, georgian, snug.

Sense 4

secure, comfortable.

Sense 12

service.

construction

architecture.

settler

colonist.

all (adjective)

compound.

pioneering, relating to a nonindependent or new territory (adjective)

territorial, provincial.

regional (adjective)

borough, local, regional, realm, canton, county, divisional, riding, town, national, area, provincial, city, sector, quarter, tract, shire, state, zone, territorial, commonwealth, district, circuit, precinct.

Sense 3 (noun)

brownstone, baronial, carbuncle, appointed, cavernous, beachfront, burned-out, comfortable, carpeted.

Sense 4 (noun)

edwardian, the Bronze Age, the Dark Ages, the Christian era, the Enlightenment, georgian, the Iron Age, the Industrial Revolution.

colonial (noun)

compound, complex.

colonist (noun)

homesteader.

settler (noun)

colonist.

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