Great and Horrible


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Great adjective – Having or showing exceptional knowledge, experience, or skill in a field of endeavor.
Horrible is an antonym for great.
Nearby Words: greatly, greatness
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Horrible adjective – Extremely unsatisfactory.
Usage example: I'm never going back to that restaurant; the service was horrible

Great is an antonym for horrible in unpleasant topic.
Nearby Words: horrid, horror, horrify, horribly
Antonyms for Horrible
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Things that words describes

sense great sense horrible sense
man great man horrible man
people great people horrible people
idea great idea horrible idea
Other nouns: job, place, effect, time, way, example, damage, pain, deeds, skills.

Both words in one sentence

  • To him, they're either great or horrible.
  • Video Game / Watch_Dogs 2 On the other hand, this plays right back in to the game's intentions: New technology can do both horrible and great things.
  • Ultimate Blacksmith Said Altessa did something great and horrible in the past though and still retains the knowledge of forging key-crests for exspheres.
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Horrible and Great. (2016). Retrieved 2021, January 23, from
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Horrible or Great. 2016. Accessed January 23, 2021.

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