Synonyms & Antonyms : Still





Still



( Adjective )


He
still hopes for a letter from her.

Synonyms:

Motionless

Calm

Peaceful

Serene

Stagnant

Quiet

Stationary

Pacific

Contextual Examples:

When I reached his room, I was shocked to find his body lying in a
motionless state.

I checked his pulse but it was
calm and stationary.

His face was
serene and peaceful as ever as if he were asleep. But his half open eyes frightened me.

When I looked at the sea beyond the window, I found the water
stagnant and quite .



Antonyms:

Moving

Flowing

Excited

Disturbed

Troubled

Agitated

Running

Flustered

Contextual Examples:

The train was
moving on the plains at a terrific speed.

I was
excited by the scenery around and by a large river flowing by the side of the rail track.

I was
disturbed by the sheer memory of the death of my friend in the hostel.

My
troubled thoughts agitated me in my dreams.




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