Synonyms & Antonyms : Grim





Grim



( Adjective )


At last all our atruggle turned out to be mere
grim moves.

Synonyms:

Cruel

Ferocious

Fierce

Formidable

Frightful

Ghastly

Grisly

Gruesome

Hard

Harsh

Horrible

Merciless

Ruthless

Severe

Sullen

Surly

Terrible

Contextual Examples:

Sometimes you have to be
cruel to be kind.

The lion is a
ferocious animal. It can kill you.

Damini was a
formidable woman. No one dared to disagree with her.

Still now you can see a
frightful prospect of nuclear war.

The
grisly remains of my friend’s half eaten corpse are found on the bank of the river.

We have to face up to the
harsh realities of life.

Butchers are
merciless. They kill animals.

Eidi Ameen was a
ruthless dictator of Uganda.

Antonyms:

Amiable

Attractive

Benign

Cheerful

Easy

Genial

Gentle

Happy

Kind

Pleasant

Soft

Sympathetic

Contextual Examples:

Her parents seemed very
amiable and gentle.

He is nice, but I don’t find him at all
attractive physically.

Anita is a very pretty and
cheerful girl.

It is
easy to go downward in respect of upward.

The old man is very
gentle and gorgeous

I am very
happy to know that my father reached home safely.




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