Synonyms & Antonyms : Stiff





Stiff



( Adjective )


She was scared
stiff.

Synonyms:

Brittle

Firm

Hard

Rigid

Solid

Taunt

Tense

Tight

Clumsy

Crude

Arduous

Formidable

Tough

Cruel

Drastic

Extreme

Strong

Contextual Examples:

Non-metals are
brittle. They can break when hammered.

We have no
firm evidence.

Finding the right person for a job can be
hard work.

She sat in her chair
rigid and strong.

Metals are
solid and heavy due to their low level of inter molecular space.

The cap of this bottle is very
tight. It is very difficult to loose it.

A
formidable task lies ahead of us.



Antonyms:

Ductile

Elastic

Flexible

Pliable

Plaint

Limber

Supple

Casual

Easy

Informal

Natural

Relaxed

Spontaneous

Contextual Examples:

Metals are
ductile. You can make wire from it.

Rubber is
elastic. It can spread when pulled.

You should be
flexible in your attitude and ideas.

I do a few exercises to
limber up before a running-race.

Moisturizing cream keeps your skin soft and
supple.

It is
easy to drive in a free road rather than in a crowded one.

Now I feel
relaxed after completing the tedious job.

It is only
natural to worry about your children.




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