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Synonyms for small
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Princeton's WordNet

  1. small(noun)

    the slender part of the back

    Antonyms:
    rangy, gargantuan, larger, immoderate, gigantic, monstrous, man-sized, giant, overlarge, enormous, bouffant, large, double, sizable, plumping, galactic, too large, super, epic, macro, colossal, massive, elephantine, monumental, jumbo, uppercase, volumed, vast, coarse, loud, old, extensive, large-mouthed, blown-up, tremendous, king-size, bulky, mountainous, sizeable, huge, puffy, cosmic, unlimited, queen-size, hulking, increased, titanic, outsize, oversized, prodigious, heroic, monolithic, bear-sized, humongous, thumping, superior, voluminous, larger-than-life, queen-sized, macroscopical, spacious, wide, limitless, enlarged, harsh, Brobdingnagian, whacking, astronomical, bigger, life-sized, wide-ranging, life-size, whopping, capacious, extended, medium-large, largish, deep, large-scale, outsized, macroscopic, ample, banging, big, much(a), grand, full-size, stupendous, hulky, broad, king-sized, biggish, walloping, mammoth, great, immense, oversize, lifesize, astronomic

  2. small(adj)

    a garment size for a small person

    Antonyms:
    medium-large, large-mouthed, immoderate, prodigious, coarse, monstrous, enlarged, sizeable, rangy, life-size, large-scale, galactic, deep, queen-sized, increased, oversize, volumed, giant, big, cosmic, broad, extended, biggish, macroscopical, larger, jumbo, sizable, titanic, unlimited, overlarge, extensive, ample, grand, super, much(a), gigantic, life-sized, enormous, tremendous, immense, capacious, gargantuan, thumping, too large, whacking, double, voluminous, mountainous, queen-size, mammoth, astronomical, banging, large, old, whopping, superior, puffy, wide, blown-up, outsize, hulky, king-sized, man-sized, macroscopic, bear-sized, elephantine, astronomic, lifesize, great, full-size, macro, vast, bouffant, king-size, massive, limitless, stupendous, bulky, hulking, plumping, humongous, loud, spacious, epic, largish, wide-ranging, monolithic, monumental, colossal, bigger, larger-than-life, huge, uppercase, Brobdingnagian, oversized, harsh, heroic, walloping, outsized

  3. small, little(adj)

    limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent

    "a little dining room"; "a little house"; "a small car"; "a little (or small) group"

    Synonyms:
    short, piddling, trivial, niggling, picayune, diminished, footling, lilliputian, humble, lowly, modest, slight, petty, minuscule, minor, pocket-sized, little(a), belittled, pocket-size, small(a), fiddling, little, small-scale, piffling, low

    Antonyms:
    queen-size, monolithic, uppercase, spacious, prodigious, large, banging, large-scale, mountainous, whacking, limitless, plumping, life-size, elephantine, superior, epic, deep, titanic, oversize, lifesize, hulking, rangy, macroscopical, hulky, sizable, Brobdingnagian, biggish, humongous, extended, full-size, immoderate, larger, bulky, capacious, immense, voluminous, tremendous, volumed, broad, grand, vast, man-sized, largish, great, double, massive, ample, old, loud, astronomical, wide-ranging, coarse, much(a), super, macroscopic, jumbo, whopping, gigantic, large-mouthed, king-size, bouffant, bigger, unlimited, monstrous, extensive, walloping, big, outsized, harsh, enormous, huge, gargantuan, heroic, medium-large, bear-sized, increased, monumental, enlarged, overlarge, cosmic, puffy, blown-up, king-sized, mammoth, colossal, larger-than-life, sizeable, outsize, giant, astronomic, stupendous, galactic, macro, wide, life-sized, too large, queen-sized, oversized, thumping

  4. minor, modest, small, small-scale, pocket-size, pocket-sized(adj)

    limited in size or scope

    "a small business"; "a newspaper with a modest circulation"; "small-scale plans"; "a pocket-size country"

    Synonyms:
    pocketable, underage, diminished, mild, minor(ip), nonaged, humble, lowly, meek, modest, minuscule, minor, pocket-sized, belittled, venial, pocket-size, small(a), little, small-scale, low

    Antonyms:
    coarse, outsize, biggish, sizable, outsized, large-scale, galactic, great, massive, superior, rangy, ample, larger, vast, medium-large, sizeable, astronomic, capacious, extensive, full-size, oversized, plumping, unlimited, big, lifesize, mountainous, limitless, immense, prodigious, grand, hulking, humongous, too large, huge, tremendous, bouffant, macro, broad, banging, immoderate, oversize, man-sized, much(a), wide-ranging, queen-size, gargantuan, blown-up, largish, spacious, colossal, double, voluminous, gigantic, life-sized, deep, thumping, whacking, enlarged, large-mouthed, large, volumed, king-sized, cosmic, uppercase, heroic, monumental, life-size, giant, bulky, king-size, stupendous, jumbo, larger-than-life, wide, whopping, bigger, enormous, extended, Brobdingnagian, harsh, old, increased, epic, queen-sized, astronomical, puffy, monolithic, titanic, monstrous, hulky, walloping, macroscopical, elephantine, bear-sized, loud, super, mammoth, overlarge, macroscopic

  5. little, small(adj)

    (of children and animals) young, immature

    "what a big little boy you are"; "small children"

    Synonyms:
    piddling, small-scale, trivial, picayune, diminished, lowly, footling, minor, humble, lilliputian, slight, minuscule, fiddling, petty, short, pocket-sized, little(a), belittled, low, pocket-size, small(a), little, modest, piffling, niggling

    Antonyms:
    astronomical, lifesize, monstrous, colossal, ample, life-sized, puffy, jumbo, harsh, enlarged, titanic, plumping, galactic, massive, gargantuan, bulky, prodigious, much(a), extended, hulking, big, macroscopical, large-scale, wide-ranging, spacious, enormous, mountainous, mammoth, double, huge, bouffant, monumental, biggish, thumping, giant, medium-large, unlimited, old, king-size, elephantine, volumed, coarse, full-size, rangy, hulky, larger, whopping, monolithic, man-sized, immoderate, bear-sized, wide, increased, loud, bigger, walloping, large-mouthed, cosmic, macroscopic, larger-than-life, astronomic, heroic, sizable, voluminous, epic, extensive, blown-up, Brobdingnagian, uppercase, super, oversize, whacking, broad, queen-size, tremendous, sizeable, great, banging, humongous, limitless, deep, oversized, overlarge, life-size, superior, queen-sized, large, capacious, outsized, outsize, stupendous, king-sized, macro, largish, vast, immense, gigantic, grand, too large

  6. small(a)(adj)

    slight or limited; especially in degree or intensity or scope

    "a series of death struggles with small time in between"

    Antonyms:
    puffy, spacious, titanic, plumping, humongous, astronomic, limitless, monumental, immoderate, stupendous, queen-size, Brobdingnagian, large-mouthed, rangy, walloping, jumbo, oversize, bouffant, heroic, enormous, vast, great, colossal, king-size, extensive, huge, deep, macroscopic, monstrous, much(a), coarse, bigger, hulky, wide-ranging, cosmic, queen-sized, gigantic, big, large-scale, enlarged, largish, giant, gargantuan, monolithic, increased, super, sizeable, outsize, thumping, macro, too large, galactic, wide, life-size, massive, voluminous, larger, whacking, macroscopical, blown-up, old, harsh, bear-sized, large, extended, overlarge, outsized, superior, lifesize, loud, immense, mountainous, whopping, banging, hulking, elephantine, ample, larger-than-life, bulky, unlimited, man-sized, epic, capacious, oversized, grand, full-size, uppercase, biggish, prodigious, sizable, king-sized, life-sized, mammoth, volumed, broad, astronomical, medium-large, double, tremendous

  7. humble, low, lowly, modest, small(adj)

    low or inferior in station or quality

    "a humble cottage"; "a lowly parish priest"; "a modest man of the people"; "small beginnings"

    Synonyms:
    down(p), dispirited, minor, downcast, subaltern, scummy, base, baseborn, low-down, modest, petty(a), scurvy, pocket-sized, lower-ranking, secondary, humbled, gloomy, miserable, lowly, low, broken, small(a), down in the mouth, blue, humble, downhearted, grim, meek, low-toned, low-pitched, little, menial, pocket-size, small-scale, depleted, crushed, mild, junior-grade, diminished, abject, depressed, minuscule, low-spirited, belittled, humiliated

    Antonyms:
    plumping, macroscopical, colossal, large, mountainous, deep, enlarged, whacking, sizeable, voluminous, wide-ranging, unlimited, extended, humongous, king-sized, hulking, heroic, outsize, epic, astronomic, large-mouthed, sizable, whopping, galactic, outsized, giant, hulky, oversized, coarse, queen-size, life-size, double, Brobdingnagian, king-size, larger-than-life, largish, thumping, bigger, massive, immoderate, banging, overlarge, oversize, rangy, wide, tremendous, life-sized, monolithic, lifesize, grand, bear-sized, medium-large, walloping, blown-up, titanic, cosmic, much(a), capacious, great, super, gigantic, macro, volumed, large-scale, bouffant, ample, superior, huge, bulky, immense, larger, astronomical, old, monumental, harsh, too large, spacious, stupendous, limitless, enormous, biggish, queen-sized, full-size, big, gargantuan, elephantine, uppercase, monstrous, man-sized, extensive, jumbo, vast, increased, loud, prodigious, puffy, broad, macroscopic, mammoth

  8. little, minuscule, small(adj)

    lowercase

    "little a"; "small a"; "e.e.cummings's poetry is written all in minuscule letters"

    Synonyms:
    piddling, small-scale, minuscular, picayune, trivial, lowly, footling, minor, humble, lilliputian, slight, minuscule, fiddling, diminished, petty, short, pocket-sized, little(a), belittled, low, pocket-size, small(a), little, modest, piffling, niggling, miniscule

    Antonyms:
    enlarged, queen-sized, cosmic, outsized, lifesize, sizable, heroic, elephantine, broad, tremendous, huge, hulking, queen-size, wide, banging, giant, bear-sized, volumed, life-sized, super, king-size, wide-ranging, hulky, great, biggish, unlimited, whacking, mountainous, coarse, oversize, titanic, macroscopical, plumping, stupendous, astronomic, whopping, thumping, increased, double, epic, immoderate, jumbo, massive, deep, spacious, macroscopic, king-sized, colossal, capacious, superior, blown-up, large-scale, sizeable, extensive, macro, larger-than-life, vast, enormous, bigger, uppercase, overlarge, much(a), galactic, Brobdingnagian, old, monolithic, man-sized, medium-large, too large, outsize, monumental, large, loud, limitless, walloping, bouffant, prodigious, humongous, ample, full-size, harsh, voluminous, gargantuan, largish, mammoth, astronomical, large-mouthed, oversized, monstrous, immense, puffy, gigantic, grand, extended, life-size, big, bulky, rangy, larger

  9. little, small(adj)

    (of a voice) faint

    "a little voice"; "a still small voice"

    Synonyms:
    piddling, small-scale, trivial, picayune, diminished, lowly, footling, minor, humble, lilliputian, slight, minuscule, fiddling, petty, short, pocket-sized, little(a), belittled, low, pocket-size, small(a), little, modest, piffling, niggling

    Antonyms:
    life-sized, large-scale, jumbo, colossal, increased, titanic, limitless, whopping, massive, ample, broad, larger, medium-large, galactic, plumping, life-size, bigger, overlarge, tremendous, huge, man-sized, banging, wide, immense, super, Brobdingnagian, king-sized, too large, sizeable, gigantic, voluminous, macro, bulky, bouffant, big, vast, superior, great, king-size, heroic, oversized, elephantine, oversize, epic, spacious, monstrous, enlarged, rangy, unlimited, capacious, mammoth, humongous, sizable, harsh, lifesize, puffy, large-mouthed, coarse, monumental, full-size, walloping, loud, astronomic, wide-ranging, cosmic, blown-up, bear-sized, outsized, deep, much(a), enormous, thumping, giant, large, hulking, biggish, largish, astronomical, macroscopical, monolithic, double, stupendous, extended, outsize, prodigious, whacking, larger-than-life, volumed, grand, gargantuan, mountainous, extensive, uppercase, queen-size, immoderate, macroscopic, queen-sized, old, hulky

  10. small(adj)

    have fine or very small constituent particles

    "a small misty rain"

    Synonyms:
    small(a), low, belittled, humble, minuscule, lowly, modest, diminished, minor, little, small-scale, pocket-size, pocket-sized

    Antonyms:
    massive, big, capacious, monstrous, deep, larger, oversize, sizable, life-size, immense, large-mouthed, puffy, king-sized, sizeable, large, monumental, full-size, man-sized, superior, bulky, outsized, mammoth, lifesize, immoderate, queen-size, gargantuan, voluminous, increased, tremendous, monolithic, wide-ranging, enlarged, harsh, life-sized, colossal, volumed, extended, heroic, spacious, plumping, uppercase, largish, ample, queen-sized, banging, huge, hulking, medium-large, giant, old, coarse, large-scale, bouffant, double, gigantic, hulky, titanic, outsize, cosmic, overlarge, epic, grand, humongous, king-size, bear-sized, astronomic, wide, whacking, macroscopic, much(a), Brobdingnagian, blown-up, walloping, thumping, loud, unlimited, larger-than-life, macro, bigger, jumbo, galactic, oversized, broad, whopping, elephantine, super, too large, astronomical, mountainous, vast, extensive, limitless, stupendous, biggish, great, enormous, prodigious, macroscopical, rangy

  11. modest, small(adj)

    not large but sufficient in size or amount

    "a modest salary"; "modest inflation"; "helped in my own small way"

    Synonyms:
    little, low, belittled, mild, meek, lowly, minuscule, modest, diminished, small(a), minor, humble, small-scale, pocket-size, pocket-sized

    Antonyms:
    humongous, voluminous, huge, astronomical, largish, big, immoderate, full-size, titanic, oversized, massive, bouffant, plumping, overlarge, bear-sized, hulking, biggish, harsh, monstrous, rangy, thumping, jumbo, bigger, walloping, spacious, double, large-mouthed, large, elephantine, ample, colossal, galactic, capacious, Brobdingnagian, wide-ranging, epic, medium-large, extended, queen-size, macroscopic, astronomic, wide, life-size, prodigious, life-sized, king-sized, heroic, cosmic, outsized, puffy, oversize, superior, large-scale, hulky, loud, vast, uppercase, giant, whacking, super, deep, monumental, larger, mammoth, broad, monolithic, macroscopical, grand, unlimited, king-size, mountainous, extensive, man-sized, macro, sizeable, larger-than-life, blown-up, enlarged, much(a), bulky, increased, volumed, outsize, tremendous, banging, old, coarse, lifesize, enormous, whopping, gigantic, gargantuan, limitless, immense, too large, great, queen-sized, sizable, stupendous

  12. belittled, diminished, small(adverb)

    made to seem smaller or less (especially in worth)

    "her comments made me feel small"

    Synonyms:
    diminished, wasted, atrophied, lowly, humble, lessened, modest, small(a), minuscule, minor, pocket-sized, belittled, weakened, pocket-size, vitiated, little, small-scale, low

    Antonyms:
    macroscopic, rangy, large-scale, mountainous, voluminous, blown-up, extended, loud, enlarged, whacking, extensive, broad, largish, cosmic, walloping, bear-sized, wide-ranging, astronomical, queen-size, vast, deep, oversized, humongous, increased, giant, king-sized, stupendous, huge, large, full-size, jumbo, old, hulking, hulky, too large, galactic, massive, banging, lifesize, biggish, bigger, spacious, medium-large, big, monumental, macro, plumping, enormous, colossal, much(a), gargantuan, outsize, limitless, outsized, king-size, overlarge, uppercase, man-sized, mammoth, large-mouthed, puffy, thumping, heroic, great, macroscopical, ample, gigantic, capacious, immoderate, wide, harsh, epic, life-sized, sizeable, tremendous, unlimited, bulky, titanic, life-size, larger-than-life, immense, elephantine, sizable, superior, larger, queen-sized, monstrous, Brobdingnagian, double, coarse, grand, monolithic, prodigious, super, oversize, bouffant, astronomic, whopping, volumed

  13. small(adverb)

    on a small scale

    "think small"

    Antonyms:
    sizeable, mammoth, colossal, vast, bulky, wide-ranging, queen-sized, ample, puffy, giant, voluminous, queen-size, volumed, capacious, enormous, large, humongous, oversize, large-scale, lifesize, enlarged, increased, loud, larger, sizable, macroscopic, macro, jumbo, double, hulky, stupendous, astronomic, great, hulking, large-mouthed, astronomical, coarse, massive, medium-large, outsized, overlarge, oversized, grand, galactic, banging, gigantic, cosmic, king-size, superior, heroic, uppercase, immense, bigger, extended, monumental, whopping, elephantine, epic, limitless, titanic, super, biggish, gargantuan, tremendous, too large, outsize, largish, unlimited, life-sized, monstrous, much(a), walloping, king-sized, prodigious, life-size, thumping, whacking, bouffant, rangy, big, immoderate, huge, macroscopical, bear-sized, blown-up, broad, deep, Brobdingnagian, spacious, extensive, man-sized, old, wide, mountainous, harsh, plumping, full-size, larger-than-life, monolithic

Wiktionary

  1. small(adjective)

    Not large or big; insignificant; few in numbers or size.

    Synonyms:
    minute, little, minuscule, microscopic, tiny

    Antonyms:
    generous, big, adult, large, capital, old, grown-up

  2. small(adjective)

    Young, as a child.

    Remember when the children were small?

    Synonyms:
    little, wee, young

    Antonyms:
    old, generous, large, capital, big, grown-up, adult

  3. small(adjective)

    Antonyms:
    old, large, generous, grown-up, adult, capital, big

  4. small(adjective)

    Synonyms:
    lowercase, minuscule

    Antonyms:
    big, uppercase, capital, majuscule

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. small

    Fine (Latin finis, end) denotes that which has been brought to a full end, finished. From this root-sense many derived meanings branch out, causing words quite remote from each other to be alike synonyms of fine. That which is truly finished, brought to an ideal end, is excellent of its kind, and beautiful, if a thing that admits of beauty; as, a fine house, fine trees, a fine woman, a fine morning; if a thing that admits of the removal of impurities, it is not finished till these are removed, and hence fine signifies clarified, clear, pure, refined; as, fine gold. That which is finished is apt to be polished, smooth to the touch, minutely exact in outline; hence fine comes to be a synonym for all words like dainty, delicate, exquisite; as, fine manners, a fine touch, fine perceptions. As that which is delicate is apt to be small, by an easy extension of meaning fine becomes a synonym for slender, slight, minute, comminuted; as, a fine thread, fine sand; or for filmy, tenuous, thin; as, a fine lace, fine wire; and as a thin edge is keen, sharp, fine becomes also a synonym for these words; as, a fine point, a fine edge. Compare BEAUTIFUL; MINUTE.

    Synonyms:
    beautiful, clarified, clear, comminuted, dainty, delicate, elegant, excellent, exquisite, fine, gauzy, handsome, keen, minute, nice, polished, pure, refined, sensitive, sharp, slender, slight, smooth, splendid, subtile, subtle, tenuous, thin

    Antonyms:
    big, blunt, clumsy, coarse, great, heavy, huge, immense, large, rude, stout, thick

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. small

    Synonyms:
    little, diminutive, slight, minute, feeble, trivial, insignificant, paltry, narrow, mean, weak, slender, fine, inferior

    Antonyms:
    great, large, big, considerable, bulky, extensive, ample, spacious, stout, strong, important, broad, liberal

Editors Contribution

  1. pocket size

    Submitted by anonymous on July 5, 2020  
  2. bite-sized

    easily done, understood, or managed

    the teacher presented the new information in bite-sized chunks.

    Submitted by Eaglereading on May 9, 2021  
  3. coffinlike

    small is a great word for coffinlike because a coffin is small

    the house was coffinlike.

    Submitted by Althea.rodriguez on December 11, 2019  
  4. little

    small in size, amount, or degree (often used to convey an appealing diminutiveness or express an affectionate or condescending attitude).

    the plants will grow into little bushes.

    Submitted by JP03 on September 1, 2015  
  5. pépite

    Submitted by anonymous on April 2, 2020  

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How to use small in a sentence?

  1. Governor Jay Ipsee:

    The measles virus is a highly contagious infectious disease that can be fatal in small children, and the existence of 26 confirmed cases in the state of Washington creates an extreme public health risk that may quickly spread to other counties.

  2. Ruth Huenniger:

    You could say it’s a small world, what you do today may affect someone many years from now.

  3. Peter Cardillo:

    A lot of the small investors may have gotten burnt, so it’s going to take time to heal that wound, it may not pop up in those stocks that were already attacked, but it could happen in other companies and maybe on a broader scale.

  4. Chikabo Kumada:

    I believe that any living thing can be beautiful if you love it. Most mothers of small children hate insects. That’s why I draw insects larger than life on purpose. I do that so they can see what lovely eyes the insects have.

  5. Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka:

    It appears that here and there migrants are getting through at the Brenner, sometimes none, other times five, seven or 10. There is a also small number of asylum requests that pop up, so we will step up appropriate measures in the overall Brenner area.

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    Which of the following words is not a synonym of the others?
    • A. dicey
    • B. chancy
    • C. iffy
    • D. certain

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