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Wiktionary

  1. smoothadjective

    Synonyms:
    even

    Antonyms:
    rough, uneven, bumpy

  2. smoothadjective

    Having a pleasantly rounded flavor; neither rough nor astringent.

    Synonyms:
    even

    Antonyms:
    bumpy, uneven, rough

  3. smoothadjective

    Having derivatives of all finite orders at all points within the function’s domain.

    Synonyms:
    even

    Antonyms:
    rough, uneven, bumpy

  4. smoothadjective

    Lacking marked aspiration.

    Synonyms:
    even

    Antonyms:
    rough, uneven, bumpy

  5. smoothadjective

    To make smooth.

    Synonyms:
    even

    Antonyms:
    rough, bumpy, uneven

  6. smoothadjective

    To capture important patterns in the data, while leaving out noise.

    We hope for a smooth transition to the new system.

    Synonyms:
    even

    Antonyms:
    bumpy, rough, uneven

  7. smoothadjective

    bland; glib

    Synonyms:
    even

    Antonyms:
    bumpy, rough, uneven

  8. smoothadjective

    suave; sophisticated

    Synonyms:
    even

    Antonyms:
    uneven, bumpy, rough

  9. smoothadjective

    natural; unconstrained

    Synonyms:
    even

    Antonyms:
    rough, bumpy, uneven

  10. smoothadjective

    unbroken

    Synonyms:
    even

    Antonyms:
    rough, bumpy, uneven

  11. smoothadjective

    placid, calm.

    Synonyms:
    even

    Antonyms:
    bumpy, uneven, rough

  12. smoothadjective

    Lacking projections or indentations; not serrated.

    Synonyms:
    even

    Antonyms:
    rough, uneven, bumpy

  13. smoothadjective

    Not grainy; having an even texture.

    Synonyms:
    even

    Antonyms:
    bumpy, uneven, rough

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. smooth

    That is calm which is free from disturbance or agitation; in the physical sense, free from violent motion or action; in the mental or spiritual realm, free from excited or disturbing emotion or passion. We speak of a calm sea, a placid lake, a serene sky, a still night, a quiet day, a quiet home. We speak, also, of "still waters," "smooth sailing," which are different modes of expressing freedom from manifest agitation. Of mental conditions, one is calm who triumphs over a tendency to excitement; cool, if he scarcely feels the tendency. One may be calm by the very reaction from excitement, or by the oppression of overpowering emotion, as we speak of the calmness of despair. One is composed who has subdued excited feeling; he is collected when he has every thought, feeling, or perception awake and at command. Tranquil refers to a present state, placid, to a prevailing tendency. We speak of a tranquil mind, a placid disposition. The serene spirit dwells as if in the clear upper air, above all storm and shadow.

    The star of the unconquered will,
    He rises in my breast,
    Serene, and resolute, and still,
    And calm, and self-possessed.

    Longfellow Light of Stars st. 7.

    Synonyms:
    calm, collected, composed, cool, dispassionate, imperturbable, peaceful, placid, quiet, sedate, self-possessed, serene, still, tranquil, undisturbed, unruffled

    Antonyms:
    agitated, boisterous, disturbed, excited, fierce, frantic, frenzied, furious, heated, passionate, raging, roused, ruffled, stormy, turbulent, violent, wild, wrathful

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. smoothadjective

    Synonyms:
    even, plain, level, flat, polished, glossy, sleek, soft, unruffled, unobstructed, bland, oily, suave

    Antonyms:
    uneven, rough, rugged, abrupt, precipitous, unpolished, harsh, blunt

  2. smoothverb

    Synonyms:
    flatten, level, ease, soften, calm, allay, mitigate

Princeton's WordNet

  1. smoothadjective

    the act of smoothing

    "he gave his hair a quick smooth"

    Antonyms:
    lacerated, crushed, erose, scabrous, jolting, crenated, textured, emarginate, notched, rock-ribbed, bullate, rugose, leprose, difficult, shagged, undiplomatic, jolty, alligatored, denticulate, crispate, lacerate, verrucose, mountainous, sandpapery, lepidote, lined, jumpy, crenate, coarse-textured, rough, roughish, rough-textured, bouldery, cracked, rimose, pockmarked, toothed, chapped, nubby, barky, twilled, scalloped, wartlike, rugged, stormy, ciliated, pebbly, bouldered, dentate, unsmooth, rockbound, seamed, pocked, slubbed, hilly, tweedy, abrasive, biserrate, scratchy, scabby, pectinate, saw-like, bumpy, broken, hard, saw-toothed, costate, imbricate, serrated, corded, warty, crenulate, bidentate, shaggy, gravelly, squamulose, serrulate, cragged, fimbriate, roughened, potholed, stony, ciliate, jagged, crenulated, scurfy, imbricated, rocky, fringed, spinose, ribbed, awkward, shingly, scaly, laciniate, nubbly, homespun(p), craggy, jaggy, serrate, runcinate, roughen

  2. smoothadjective

    having a surface free from roughness or bumps or ridges or irregularities

    "smooth skin"; "a smooth tabletop"; "smooth fabric"; "a smooth road"; "water as smooth as a mirror"

    Synonyms:
    placid, liquid, bland, still, fluent, politic, tranquil, unruffled, legato, suave, quiet, fluid

    Antonyms:
    tweedy, denticulate, rough, scalloped, erose, coarse-textured, shagged, roughened, stormy, notched, leprose, fimbriate, sandpapery, imbricate, ciliate, difficult, rocky, awkward, toothed, crushed, scabrous, corded, crenulate, rugose, twilled, saw-toothed, scaly, homespun(p), crenulated, costate, textured, rockbound, mountainous, lacerate, pectinate, wartlike, craggy, rugged, dentate, undiplomatic, jumpy, ciliated, squamulose, lepidote, warty, rough-textured, jagged, shingly, pockmarked, crenate, serrated, emarginate, crenated, lacerated, cracked, biserrate, jolting, slubbed, rock-ribbed, potholed, pocked, serrulate, bullate, chapped, stony, bouldery, scurfy, runcinate, saw-like, crispate, hilly, pebbly, nubby, bumpy, scabby, abrasive, barky, bouldered, cragged, nubbly, rimose, alligatored, verrucose, imbricated, ribbed, hard, roughish, gravelly, shaggy, serrate, seamed, jolty, broken, scratchy, unsmooth, lined, bidentate, jaggy, fringed, laciniate, spinose, roughen

  3. politic, smooth, suave, blandadjective

    smoothly agreeable and courteous with a degree of sophistication

    "he was too politic to quarrel with so important a personage"; "the manager pacified the customer with a smooth apology for the error"

    Synonyms:
    fluid, placid, savourless, insipid, tranquil, unruffled, still, quiet, flavorless, flavourless, suave, vapid, savorless, legato, debonair, debonnaire, bland, flat, debonaire, fluent, liquid, politic

    Antonyms:
    bumpy, nubbly, rock-ribbed, toothed, jumpy, lacerate, saw-toothed, jaggy, scalloped, bouldered, stormy, biserrate, scurfy, chapped, imbricated, wartlike, dentate, crushed, rockbound, slubbed, verrucose, cragged, lined, pocked, crenulate, mountainous, emarginate, notched, rough, potholed, stony, scabrous, warty, lepidote, pebbly, scratchy, serrulate, crenate, crispate, squamulose, spinose, rocky, serrated, broken, shagged, crenulated, ribbed, rugged, scabby, hard, craggy, pectinate, jagged, pockmarked, rough-textured, ciliated, shaggy, rugose, nubby, lacerated, shingly, jolting, homespun(p), fringed, saw-like, erose, cracked, difficult, alligatored, hilly, bullate, imbricate, serrate, denticulate, twilled, scaly, roughish, sandpapery, seamed, jolty, abrasive, corded, rimose, ciliate, awkward, laciniate, crenated, coarse-textured, undiplomatic, bidentate, bouldery, tweedy, fimbriate, textured, barky, unsmooth, costate, gravelly, runcinate, leprose, roughened, roughen

  4. smoothadjective

    of the margin of a leaf shape; not broken up into teeth

    Synonyms:
    placid, liquid, bland, still, fluent, politic, tranquil, unruffled, legato, suave, quiet, fluid

    Antonyms:
    saw-like, rugose, lacerate, ciliate, rimose, potholed, gravelly, bumpy, ribbed, laciniate, jaggy, scurfy, seamed, stormy, serrulate, nubby, wartlike, slubbed, sandpapery, cracked, roughened, bouldery, scalloped, imbricate, barky, rocky, textured, pockmarked, serrated, awkward, serrate, broken, lacerated, jagged, mountainous, jumpy, craggy, lined, leprose, rough, erose, rugged, jolting, shaggy, difficult, fimbriate, fringed, chapped, scaly, scratchy, spinose, scabrous, toothed, verrucose, shagged, notched, unsmooth, denticulate, hard, crispate, crenulate, biserrate, jolty, pectinate, costate, runcinate, coarse-textured, homespun(p), tweedy, alligatored, bouldered, saw-toothed, abrasive, undiplomatic, corded, hilly, crenated, dentate, rockbound, crenate, shingly, warty, crushed, stony, crenulated, cragged, twilled, pebbly, rough-textured, ciliated, squamulose, pocked, emarginate, roughish, rock-ribbed, imbricated, bidentate, lepidote, bullate, scabby, nubbly, roughen

  5. fluent, fluid, liquid, smoothadjective

    smooth and unconstrained in movement

    "a long, smooth stride"; "the fluid motion of a cat"; "the liquid grace of a ballerina"

    Synonyms:
    tranquil, silver-tongued, eloquent, fluid, placid, silver, liquified, still, quiet, legato, unruffled, smooth-spoken, swimming, suave, runny, limpid, facile, melted, mobile, unstable, fluent, liquid, bland, politic

    Antonyms:
    emarginate, notched, jolting, ciliate, bumpy, crenated, jolty, denticulate, scalloped, jagged, corded, crenate, squamulose, sandpapery, dentate, ciliated, rocky, serrate, abrasive, barky, hilly, rugose, fringed, scaly, fimbriate, lacerated, saw-toothed, bidentate, scabrous, nubby, rugged, chapped, rimose, imbricate, seamed, rockbound, rough-textured, rough, serrated, jumpy, stony, lined, toothed, jaggy, cracked, scratchy, lacerate, hard, scabby, laciniate, nubbly, homespun(p), pectinate, crispate, shaggy, slubbed, crushed, costate, twilled, bouldered, crenulated, shingly, coarse-textured, scurfy, pocked, roughened, tweedy, spinose, runcinate, lepidote, warty, wartlike, serrulate, bouldery, broken, biserrate, pockmarked, crenulate, cragged, bullate, verrucose, roughish, mountainous, rock-ribbed, gravelly, undiplomatic, potholed, leprose, awkward, textured, stormy, saw-like, difficult, shagged, ribbed, erose, imbricated, pebbly, alligatored, craggy, unsmooth, roughen

  6. legato, smoothadjective

    (music) without breaks between notes; smooth and connected

    "a legato passage"

    Synonyms:
    placid, liquid, bland, still, fluent, politic, unruffled, tranquil, legato, suave, quiet, fluid

    Antonyms:
    barky, denticulate, undiplomatic, twilled, rocky, bullate, slubbed, bumpy, imbricate, hilly, costate, runcinate, alligatored, ciliate, scabrous, rugose, jolty, rough, seamed, lacerate, saw-toothed, erose, crenated, shingly, leprose, roughened, rough-textured, stony, sandpapery, jagged, saw-like, unsmooth, squamulose, pocked, broken, gravelly, lacerated, jaggy, lepidote, cracked, potholed, nubbly, bouldered, notched, emarginate, dentate, serrated, pebbly, crushed, mountainous, tweedy, ciliated, bouldery, scurfy, wartlike, jolting, chapped, pectinate, lined, warty, scabby, toothed, awkward, textured, pockmarked, crenulate, crispate, jumpy, biserrate, corded, cragged, serrulate, shaggy, stormy, rock-ribbed, bidentate, roughish, laciniate, crenulated, nubby, scratchy, craggy, fringed, rimose, spinose, abrasive, rockbound, difficult, imbricated, homespun(p), serrate, scaly, fimbriate, crenate, scalloped, hard, verrucose, ribbed, coarse-textured, rugged, shagged, roughen

  7. smoothadjective

    of motion that runs or flows or proceeds without jolts or turbulence

    "a smooth ride"

    Synonyms:
    placid, liquid, bland, still, fluent, politic, tranquil, unruffled, legato, suave, quiet, fluid

    Antonyms:
    jolting, rimose, rough, chapped, seamed, saw-toothed, notched, rugose, crenate, rock-ribbed, bumpy, wartlike, broken, shaggy, spinose, lepidote, toothed, bouldered, shingly, roughish, corded, emarginate, twilled, serrulate, cragged, cracked, craggy, homespun(p), coarse-textured, scalloped, bidentate, stormy, saw-like, tweedy, abrasive, ciliate, crenulated, denticulate, rough-textured, crenated, warty, nubbly, alligatored, gravelly, lined, pectinate, bullate, dentate, costate, scaly, mountainous, lacerated, scurfy, hard, jaggy, imbricated, potholed, scabrous, textured, leprose, roughened, serrated, jumpy, sandpapery, pockmarked, undiplomatic, difficult, rocky, verrucose, bouldery, hilly, shagged, stony, fringed, barky, nubby, rockbound, crushed, jagged, imbricate, fimbriate, ribbed, pocked, awkward, laciniate, jolty, crenulate, lacerate, pebbly, runcinate, scratchy, crispate, ciliated, biserrate, slubbed, rugged, squamulose, erose, serrate, unsmooth, scabby, roughen

  8. smoothadjective

    lacking obstructions or difficulties

    "the bill's path through the legislature was smooth and orderly"

    Synonyms:
    placid, liquid, bland, still, fluent, politic, tranquil, unruffled, legato, suave, quiet, fluid

    Antonyms:
    lacerated, imbricate, fimbriate, textured, mountainous, broken, jaggy, ribbed, twilled, nubby, ciliated, runcinate, pockmarked, rocky, nubbly, hard, notched, corded, saw-toothed, toothed, squamulose, scurfy, crenulated, scalloped, seamed, ciliate, pocked, rugose, wartlike, crushed, crenate, unsmooth, bullate, rugged, shingly, barky, alligatored, lacerate, awkward, scratchy, scaly, saw-like, dentate, bumpy, crenulate, jolting, crispate, rough, hilly, rough-textured, stony, spinose, verrucose, coarse-textured, imbricated, leprose, shagged, rockbound, rock-ribbed, homespun(p), tweedy, chapped, gravelly, emarginate, scabby, abrasive, slubbed, serrated, jagged, fringed, rimose, warty, cracked, scabrous, serrulate, lepidote, craggy, stormy, roughish, roughened, denticulate, potholed, lined, pectinate, biserrate, bouldered, serrate, pebbly, crenated, laciniate, bouldery, difficult, sandpapery, jolty, costate, erose, jumpy, cragged, shaggy, undiplomatic, bidentate, roughen

  9. placid, quiet, still, tranquil, smooth, unruffledverb

    (of a body of water) free from disturbance by heavy waves

    "a ribbon of sand between the angry sea and the placid bay"; "the quiet waters of a lagoon"; "a lake of tranquil blue water reflecting a tranquil blue sky"; "a smooth channel crossing"; "scarcely a ripple on the still water"; "unruffled water"

    Synonyms:
    inactive, motionless, suave, placid, good-tempered, fluid, restrained, serene, static, muted, tranquil, soundless, unruffled, still, unflustered, quiet, hushed, silent, unflurried, even-tempered, subdued, unagitated, fluent, calm, equable, unperturbed, bland, noneffervescent, liquid, legato, politic

    Antonyms:
    rough, bumpy, shaggy, denticulate, broken, laciniate, spinose, barky, difficult, homespun(p), jolting, mountainous, crenulated, lacerate, bidentate, ciliate, scabrous, notched, bouldery, tweedy, nubby, sandpapery, cragged, emarginate, leprose, jumpy, unsmooth, serrated, erose, seamed, crenated, toothed, craggy, awkward, pectinate, squamulose, bouldered, pocked, crispate, crenate, fimbriate, jagged, rugged, rugose, lacerated, imbricate, crushed, hilly, rockbound, biserrate, scabby, pockmarked, twilled, runcinate, verrucose, roughish, pebbly, hard, bullate, jaggy, saw-toothed, scaly, scalloped, costate, roughened, scratchy, dentate, nubbly, imbricated, jolty, lined, coarse-textured, rimose, serrate, wartlike, ribbed, potholed, abrasive, fringed, cracked, crenulate, serrulate, scurfy, rock-ribbed, stormy, stony, shagged, chapped, shingly, slubbed, ciliated, undiplomatic, gravelly, rocky, saw-like, rough-textured, warty, textured, corded, alligatored, lepidote, roughen

  10. smooth, smoothenverb

    make smooth or smoother, as if by rubbing

    "smooth the surface of the wood"

    Synonyms:
    smooth out, shine, polish, smoothen

    Antonyms:
    bouldered, bouldery, cracked, rimose, squamulose, crenulate, bullate, warty, rugged, erose, pockmarked, rough, scabby, bumpy, roughened, rocky, barky, ciliate, tweedy, scabrous, abrasive, imbricate, pocked, laciniate, lepidote, awkward, runcinate, rough-textured, costate, pectinate, stony, chapped, hard, slubbed, corded, scratchy, crenated, leprose, sandpapery, rugose, coarse-textured, fringed, denticulate, hilly, serrate, imbricated, shaggy, shagged, shingly, serrulate, lacerate, notched, jagged, jolting, serrated, toothed, pebbly, fimbriate, jumpy, undiplomatic, gravelly, spinose, biserrate, textured, scaly, dentate, lined, twilled, craggy, roughish, unsmooth, bidentate, homespun(p), verrucose, scurfy, stormy, potholed, scalloped, rock-ribbed, nubbly, nubby, lacerated, wartlike, difficult, crenate, rockbound, crispate, cragged, ciliated, saw-like, broken, seamed, jaggy, ribbed, alligatored, crenulated, saw-toothed, mountainous, crushed, jolty, emarginate, roughen

  11. polish, smooth, smoothen, shineverb

    make (a surface) shine

    "shine the silver, please"; "polish my shoes"

    Synonyms:
    shine, polish up, smoothen, polish, strike, reflect, glow, gleam, down, beam, fine-tune, glitter, brush up, refine, radiate, glint, fall, glisten, smooth out, round, round off

    Antonyms:
    undiplomatic, bouldered, rocky, gravelly, scalloped, rough, nubbly, barky, ciliated, lined, roughened, difficult, rockbound, seamed, imbricate, laciniate, rimose, jaggy, jolty, jagged, jumpy, leprose, dentate, bumpy, shaggy, squamulose, unsmooth, notched, coarse-textured, toothed, tweedy, runcinate, scabby, broken, lacerated, serrulate, scabrous, serrate, lacerate, crenated, wartlike, slubbed, bouldery, roughish, cracked, mountainous, awkward, corded, abrasive, fringed, potholed, homespun(p), costate, warty, lepidote, rugged, crenulated, textured, erose, fimbriate, scratchy, pockmarked, crenate, bidentate, saw-like, rough-textured, pocked, scurfy, sandpapery, pebbly, ribbed, alligatored, stormy, rugose, cragged, emarginate, shingly, chapped, twilled, rock-ribbed, pectinate, nubby, crispate, crenulate, serrated, bullate, stony, crushed, jolting, verrucose, shagged, biserrate, hilly, imbricated, craggy, ciliate, spinose, hard, scaly, denticulate, saw-toothed, roughen

  12. smooth, smooth outverb

    free from obstructions

    "smooth the way towards peace negotiations"

    Synonyms:
    smooth out, shine, polish, smoothen

    Antonyms:
    roughish, imbricated, saw-toothed, jolting, ciliate, crenated, fringed, emarginate, squamulose, wartlike, chapped, erose, denticulate, difficult, twilled, pocked, bouldery, potholed, jaggy, lacerate, gravelly, crushed, abrasive, rocky, crispate, imbricate, stormy, laciniate, bumpy, scaly, stony, rimose, crenate, tweedy, lined, pockmarked, rugged, slubbed, warty, pebbly, scabrous, spinose, ciliated, undiplomatic, jumpy, scalloped, hilly, scurfy, verrucose, jagged, scabby, fimbriate, serrate, barky, bouldered, leprose, runcinate, lepidote, sandpapery, unsmooth, jolty, rough-textured, toothed, notched, alligatored, dentate, cracked, corded, nubbly, pectinate, crenulate, rugose, shaggy, serrated, bidentate, broken, crenulated, rough, biserrate, hard, serrulate, costate, seamed, saw-like, awkward, shingly, craggy, bullate, roughened, rock-ribbed, coarse-textured, mountainous, homespun(p), nubby, ribbed, textured, rockbound, lacerated, scratchy, cragged, shagged, roughen

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Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. smooth

    Synonyms:
    even, level, plane, flat, not rough

  2. smooth

    Synonyms:
    sleek, glossy

  3. smooth

    Synonyms:
    unruffled, undisturbed

  4. smooth

    Synonyms:
    easy, voluble, fluent, not harsh

  5. smooth

    Synonyms:
    bland, mild, soothing, oily, flattering, adulatory, courtier-like, fair-spoken, smooth-spoken, smooth-tongued

  6. smoothverb

    Synonyms:
    level, flatten, make smooth

  7. smoothverb

    Synonyms:
    ease, make easy

  8. smoothverb

    Synonyms:
    calm, allay, assuage, mollify, mitigate, alleviate

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. smoothadjective

    Synonyms:
    even, plain, flat, level, abraded, levigated, slippery, sleek, glary, unruffled, placid, voluble, fluent, suave, oily, bland, insinuating, flattering, smooth-tongued

    Antonyms:
    rough, abrupt

  2. smoothverb

    Synonyms:
    level, plane, sleek, flatten, planish, levigate, facilitate, pave

Nicknames

  1. List of known nicknames for "Smooth":

    Needa S., Juanita Stokes, Luka Per, Marco Köller, Smooth Genestar, Tenonaki

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How to use smooth in a sentence?

  1. Mehmet Murat ildan:

    Smooth roads are boring; hard roads are hurting! Through boredom, you learn nothing and you get nothing; through hurt, you learn many things and you get wisdom! Never afraid of hard roads and always prefer them!

  2. Suu Kyi:

    For the first time in decades, our people will have a real chance of bringing about real change. This is a chance that we cannot afford to let slip, a smooth and tranquil transition is almost more important than a free and fair election.

  3. Rosie Day:

    I was surprised by how quick he was. It was really impressive how fast he came in and the agility of his movements, he was very smooth.

  4. African Proverb:

    Smooth seas do not make skillful sailors.

  5. Peter Hiscock:

    This fragment is small, but it’s very distinctive, it has a smooth surface, a high polish, that doesn’t occur naturally. It doesn’t occur by accident. Someone has to sit and grind the edge in order to make an axe.


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    Which of the following terms is not a synonym of "spread out"?
    • A. dissipate
    • B. unfold
    • C. circularise
    • D. concentrated

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