Fun and Role


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Fun noun – Someone or something that provides amusement or enjoyment.
Role is an antonym for fun.
Antonyms for Fun


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Role noun – The action for which a person or thing is specially fitted or used or for which a thing exists.
Fun is an antonym for role in duty topic.
Antonyms for Role
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How words are described

good good fun good role
particular particular fun particular role
similar similar fun similar role
usual usual fun usual role
Other adjectives: common, actual, real, serious, little.

Both words in one sentence

  • Team Chef This is made fun of in the final episode where Commander Riker assumes the role of the chef in a simulation of the Enterprise, allowing the chef to be "shown" but as Riker playing his role.
    Source: Team Chef
  • Video Game / Just Cause 3 Instead, the Action Girl role is filled by Annika, a smuggler supporting the rebellion for fun and profit.
  • Troy had been actively avoiding playing that role for Abed because he doesn't want to ruin Abed's fun and points out that Abed makes things more magical and fun for the rest of them.
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Role or Fun. 2016. Accessed April 11, 2021.

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