Synonyms for meanmin

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. mean, mean value(adj)

    an average of n numbers computed by adding some function of the numbers and dividing by some function of n

    Synonyms:
    mean value, mean

    Antonyms:
    generous, unnatural, estimable, rich, nice, abnormal, noble, unskilled

  2. average, mean(a)(adj)

    approximating the statistical norm or average or expected value

    Antonyms:
    unnatural, unskilled, rich, generous, abnormal, nice, noble, estimable

  3. hateful, mean(adj)

    characterized by malice

    Synonyms:
    bastardly, miserly, mean(a), base, beggarly, mingy, mean, meanspirited, tight, hateful, average

    Antonyms:
    unnatural, nice, abnormal, rich, noble, generous, estimable, unskilled

  4. base, mean, meanspirited(adj)

    having or showing an ignoble lack of honor or morality

    Synonyms:
    hateful, tight, mingy, basal, ungenerous, mean(a), humble, base, lowly, average, baseborn, meanspirited, mean, bastardly, beggarly, immoral, miserly

    Antonyms:
    unskilled, generous, rich, estimable, noble, nice, unnatural, abnormal

  5. mean(adj)

    excellent

    Synonyms:
    bastardly, tight, mean(a), base, beggarly, mingy, miserly, meanspirited, hateful, average

    Antonyms:
    abnormal, estimable, noble, rich, unnatural, unskilled, generous, nice

  6. beggarly, mean(adj)

    marked by poverty befitting a beggar

    Synonyms:
    bastardly, miserly, mean(a), base, beggarly, mingy, mean, meanspirited, tight, hateful, average

    Antonyms:
    abnormal, rich, unnatural, nice, noble, generous, estimable, unskilled

  7. mean, mingy, miserly, tight(adj)

    (used of persons or behavior) characterized by or indicative of lack of generosity

    Synonyms:
    close, pissed, blind drunk, base, mean(a), besotted, slopped, rigorous, mingy, blotto, average, squiffy, pixilated, hateful, cockeyed, crocked, fuddled, tight, soused, compressed, meanspirited, sozzled, taut, nasty, plastered, miserly, stiff, stringent, pie-eyed, bastardly, sloshed, smashed, mean, soaked, loaded, wet, beggarly

    Antonyms:
    generous, unnatural, noble, abnormal, estimable, rich, nice, unskilled

  8. beggarly, mean(adj)

    (used of sums of money) so small in amount as to deserve contempt

    Synonyms:
    bastardly, miserly, mean(a), base, beggarly, mingy, mean, meanspirited, tight, hateful, average

    Antonyms:
    abnormal, rich, noble, generous, nice, unskilled, unnatural, estimable

  9. bastardly, mean(verb)

    of no value or worth

    Synonyms:
    bastardly, misbegot, mean(a), misbegotten, hateful, miserly, spurious, beggarly, base, mingy, mean, meanspirited, tight, average

    Antonyms:
    generous, noble, abnormal, rich, nice, unnatural, estimable, unskilled

  10. mean, intend(verb)

    mean or intend to express or convey

    Synonyms:
    intend, stand for, designate, entail, specify, have in mind, destine, signify, mean, think, imply, think of

    Antonyms:
    estimable, unnatural, abnormal, unskilled, generous, noble, rich, nice

  11. entail, imply, mean(verb)

    have as a logical consequence

    Synonyms:
    intend, incriminate, involve, implicate, inculpate, entail, have in mind, connote, stand for, signify, fee-tail, mean, think, imply, think of

    Antonyms:
    abnormal, estimable, unnatural, unskilled, rich, noble, nice, generous

  12. mean, intend, signify, stand for(verb)

    denote or connote

    Synonyms:
    entail, signify, mean, typify, hold still for, represent, destine, stand for, imply, symbolise, specify, have in mind, designate, think, correspond, think of, symbolize, intend

    Antonyms:
    unnatural, noble, generous, unskilled, abnormal, rich, nice, estimable

  13. intend, mean, think(verb)

    have in mind as a purpose

    Synonyms:
    entail, call back, signify, guess, recollect, imagine, mean, consider, retrieve, call up, destine, reckon, suppose, stand for, imply, cogitate, specify, conceive, designate, think, cerebrate, recall, remember, think of, opine, have in mind, intend, believe

    Antonyms:
    abnormal, nice, generous, unnatural, estimable, noble, rich, unskilled

  14. mean(verb)

    have a specified degree of importance

    Synonyms:
    intend, stand for, entail, have in mind, signify, think, imply, think of

    Antonyms:
    generous, unskilled, noble, estimable, rich, unnatural, nice, abnormal

  15. think of, have in mind, mean(verb)

    intend to refer to

    Synonyms:
    entail, signify, think up, mean, dream up, entertain, think about, repute, esteem, hatch, stand for, remember, concoct, have in mind, regard as, flirt with, look on, toy with, imply, look upon, think of, take to be, intend, think

    Antonyms:
    nice, rich, abnormal, generous, noble, unnatural, unskilled, estimable

  16. mean(verb)

    destine or designate for a certain purpose

    Synonyms:
    intend, stand for, entail, have in mind, signify, think, imply, think of

    Antonyms:
    abnormal, unnatural, unskilled, rich, generous, nice, estimable, noble

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