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Smart

Antonyms for smart:

unstylish, unintelligent, unkempt, unfashionable, unwise, manual, simpleminded, brain dead, slow, mild, weak, screwball, soft-witted, foolish, zany, vacuous, Imperceptive, untaught, dowdy, sappy, yokel-like, dense, obtuse, jerky, dark, ignorant, inept, dull, backward.

Synonyms for smart:

Sense 2

brassy, uppish, fastidious, keen, posh, assuming, elegant, uppity, Presuming, intellect, overconfident, exquisite, presumptuous, Malapert, snippy, nervy, with-it, assumptive, luminous.

Sense 3

mentality, thoughtful, mind, stab, pang, critical, intelligence, understanding, brash, brazen.

Sense 4

bold, tidy, wit, alert, prickle, audacious, misery.

Sense 5

brain.

Sense 6

burn, sense, bite, Familiar, in.

Sense 8

sound.

impudent

flippant, impudent.

joking

Fooling.

sumptuous

rich.

twitch

twinge.

up-to-date

modern.

well-proportioned

trim.

able (adjective)

talented, gifted, adroit, capable, expert, artful, learned, intelligent, deft, dexterous, cunning.

acute (adjective)

intuitive, perspicacious, subtle, discerning, penetrating, incisive, judicious.

adroit (adjective)

clean, slick, cute.

bright (adjective)

Sharp-witted.

disrespectful (adjective)

saucy.

fashionable (adjective)

fashionable, trig, dapper, fancy, showy, rakish, vogue, stylish, conventional, in, modish, up-to-date, Tony, dashing, natty, swank, slick, decorous, ritzy, refined, modal, chichi, coordinated, snappy, chic.

insolent (adjective)

insolent.

intelligent (adjective)

gifted, canny, wise, sagacious, brilliant, sharp, profound, encyclopedic, intelligent, capable, knowledgeable, clever, worldly, intellectual, genius, sophisticated, knowing, bright, Comprehending, astute, perspicacious, erudite, cogent, brainy.

knowing (adjective)

percipient.

lively (adjective)

jaunty.

nervy (adjective)

nervy.

sagacious (adjective)

sapient.

sapient (adjective)

clear-sighted.

sharp (adjective)

sharp.

smart (adjective)

crafty, sharp, jaunty, exclusive, quick-witted, canny, clever, trendy, ingenious, brazen, bold, resourceful, brisk, brilliant, alert, pert, chic, dashing, neat, dapper, snappy, sassy, knowing, forward, natty, scintillating, nervy, elegant, saucy, spruce, quick, fine, astute, swank, agile, fresh, modish, trim, impertinent, shrewd, brainy, ready, bright, apt, genius, nimble, pointed, last word, wise, keen.

stylish (adjective)

modish, spiffy.

vigorous (adjective)

lively.

witty (adjective)

facetious, deft, sparkling, canny, jocular, intelligent, ingenious, clever, cunning, foxy, funny, scintillating, crafty, inventive, artful, wily, adroit, pointed, witty, quick, droll, sarcastic, sophisticated, subtle, scurrilous, waggish, dry, sly, joking, sharp, pithy, comical, tricky, astute, shrewd, urbane, brilliant, quick-witted, resourceful.

Sense 2 (noun)

Sharp-witted, discerning, alert, academic.

Sense 3 (noun)

discourteous, impolite, abrasive, offensive, ill-mannered.

Sense 4 (noun)

assuming, smart-alecky, presumptuous, bold, nervy, Presuming, assumptive, Snippety, brash, pushy, Malapert, overconfident, contumelious, brazen, uppity, uppish, boldfaced, Familiar, snippy, cheeky, pang, audacious, brassy.

Sense 5 (noun)

sorrow, savvy, misery, grief.

Sense 6 (noun)

mod, posh, modish, classy, in, trig, with-it, swish.

Sense 7 (noun)

bite, burn.

Sense 8 (noun)

modern.

Sense 9 (noun)

meditative, sound, thoughtful, deductive, reasoned, incisive, perceptive.

Sense 10 (noun)

agile.

Sense 12 (noun)

fastidious, trim, well-groomed, clean-cut, tidy, clean-shaven, groomed.

impudent (noun)

bold, rude, brazen.

pain (noun)

soreness.

smart (noun)

saucy, cagey, dashing, snappy, clever, raffish, sassy, impudent, bright, spiffy, dapper, overbold, jaunty, natty, sharp, forward, spruce, impertinent, rakish, streetwise, stylish, smarting, fashionable, fresh, canny, voguish, cagy, hurt, chic, ache, astute, shrewd.

smarts (noun)

cleverness, mind, intellect, brainpower, brightness, sense, understanding, savvy.

state (noun)

smarting, smartness.

weapon (noun)

bomb.

ache (verb)

hurt, twinge, pain.

pain (verb)

ache, wrench, pain, anguish, hurt, throb, afflict, throe, chafe, rack, suffer, inflame, distress, crick, sting, sore, torment, stitch, torture, discomfort, irritate, agonize, cramp.

smart (verb)

burn, sting, prickle, ache, bite, throb, tingle, suffer.

Usage examples for smart:

  • Now Mr. Cheetham's works lay right in his way; and it struck him he could make Cheetham smart a little. - "Put Yourself in His Place", Charles Reade.
  • Smart shook his head. - "A Dominie in Doubt", A. S. Neill.
  • It is a pity, for he seemed a smart fellow, and sanguine about getting to the bottom of it. - "Checkmate", Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.

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