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Open

Antonyms for open:

shut, restricted, closed, constricted, unavailable, fine, deceptive, deceitful, biased, tricky, circuitous, squinting, squinched, conclude, obstructed, shifty, disingenuous, dishonest, partial, prejudiced, union, dark, lying, blocked, inactive, adjourn, compressed, unclear, vague, stoppered, close.

Synonyms for open:

Sense 3

dam, unroll, practicable, obstruction, stuffy, puncture, outlet, launch, cleavage, establishment, rift, unsure, foundation, road, operative, encompass, impediment, besiege, path, route, get out, barrier, pierce, enclose, pucker, encumber, responsive, debit, inaugurate.

Sense 4

amenable, start up, envelop, gird, girdle, undertake, gap, adjust, yawn, indefinite, pop.

Sense 5

function, vent, add, straight, hawk, brace, wall, go into, hurdle, coordinate.

Sense 6

come in, dribble, mouth, introduce, flap, beset, wire.

Sense 7

bend, kick, secure, save, lead, approach, uncertain.

Sense 8

around, traverse, separation.

Sense 9

bank, bar, extension, draw, credit, about, withdraw.

Sense 10

meet, put up, set up, wave.

Sense 11

transfer.

Sense 14

point.

Sense 15

put out.

Sense 18

set.

Sense 29

drop.

air

ventilate.

begin

establish.

break open

rupture.

commence

start in.

defenseless

prostrate.

expand

expand.

extend

string out.

flower

blossom.

give

give way.

magnanimous

large.

open up

widen.

out-of-doors

out of doors.

permeable

pervious, penetrable.

plain

self-explanatory.

reveal

expose.

revive

reopen.

spread out

unfold, spread-out.

start

kick off, ring in, lead off.

traversable

navigable.

undo

unbutton.

unprotected

unprotected, defenseless.

unreserved

expansive.

vulnerable

indefensible.

accessible; not forbidden (adjective)

operative, usable, available, unrestricted, public, employable, vacant, practicable, unoccupied, obtainable.

all (adjective)

unfastened.

artless (adjective)

candid, sincere, callow, Plain-spoken, trusting, Unbeguiling, natural, naive, direct, honest, unrestrained, undeceitful, uncalculating, broad, plain, straightforward, Unartful, outgoing, frank, genuine, undeceptive, downright, overt, ingenuous, un-artificial, blunt, unsophisticated, unaffected, undisguised, undeceiving, artless.

clear, obvious (adjective)

blatant, frank, downright, manifest, overt, visible, undisguised, barefaced, plain, unconcealed, conspicuous, evident.

defenseless (adjective)

unguarded.

dissolute (adjective)

lax.

free (adjective)

unrestricted.

good-humored (adjective)

easy.

helpless (adjective)

prostrate.

honest, objective (adjective)

openhearted, transparent, sincere, guileless, natural, receptive, unreserved, straightforward, impartial, fair, artless, unprejudiced, unbiased, candid, ingenuous, innocent.

innocent (adjective)

wide-eyed.

navigable (adjective)

navigable.

open (adjective)

unbolted, uncapped, unlocked, unobstructed, unstopped, yawning, bare, Unclosed, manifest, out, agape, patent, gaping, ajar, exposed, uncovered, Admitting, unbarred, unimpeded, unplugged, accessible.

opened (adjective)

unlocked.

plainspoken (adjective)

plainspoken, man-to-man, Plain-spoken.

simple (adjective)

artless.

susceptible (adjective)

liable, likely, susceptible, responsible, prone, apt, vulnerable.

talkative (adjective)

expansive.

unfastened, unclosed (adjective)

ajar, agape, gaping, unbolted, unimpeded, unsealed, unobstructed, unstopped, patent, yawning, bare, exposed, unblocked, accessible, susceptible, unplugged, stripped, clear, navigable, unbarred, unlocked, cleared, passable, airy, free, wide, expansive, peeled, uncovered, unfolded.

unprotected (adjective)

unprotected.

veracious (adjective)

undeceptive.

amazed (adverb)

agape.

Sense 2 (noun)

unclassified, transparent, unwritten, unblocked, known.

Sense 4 (noun)

unguarded, conspicuous.

Sense 5 (noun)

adaptable, uncertain, enterprising, tolerant.

Sense 6 (noun)

airy, begin, bring up, get out, penetrable, continue, throw in, add.

Sense 7 (noun)

blink, screw up, pop, adjust, focus, squeeze.

Sense 8 (noun)

unprotected.

Sense 9 (noun)

open door.

Sense 11 (noun)

amenable, open-minded, go on, acceptant, appear, responsive.

Sense 12 (noun)

employable, cervical, operable, pectoral, hyperactive, site, prehensile, practicable, posterior, utilizable, operative, anterior, function, usable.

Sense 13 (noun)

commence, unreserved, uninhabited, unoccupied.

Sense 17 (noun)

debit, credit, draw, pay in, bank.

Sense 22 (noun)

pry.

cognition (noun)

surface.

location (noun)

clear.

obvious (noun)

obvious.

outdoors (noun)

out of doors.

appealing (verb)

inviting.

begin (verb)

commence, kick off, initiate, launch, start, inaugurate, meet, embark, ring in.

clear, expose; spread (verb)

fissure, reveal, unblock, Unclose, unfold, kick in, unroll, uncork, gap, unlock, expand, perforate, yawn, unbar, pop, pierce, unseal, ventilate, release, undo, broach, vent, uncover, disclose, rupture, unbolt, puncture.

closed (verb)

tight.

contact (verb)

open up.

open (verb)

disclose, uncork, reveal, undo, unplug, release, unlock, expose, unseal.

social (verb)

open up.

supposed (verb)

hypothetical.

Usage examples for open:

  • Is there a way of escape open? - "Princess Maritza", Percy Brebner.
  • Still, I'm glad to be in the open. - "Jack Haydon's Quest", John Finnemore.
  • But to you, my brother, I can open my heart. - "Montlivet", Alice Prescott Smith.

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