Synonyms of terrible in English:

terrible

adjective

  • 1 a terrible crime terrible injuries
    [Antonyms] minor negligible
  • 2 a terrible smell
    [Antonyms] nice delightful pleasant
  • 3 he was in terrible pain
    severe, extreme, intense, acute, excruciating, agonizing, unbearable, intolerable, unendurable
    [Antonyms] slight
  • 4 that's a terrible thing to say
    unkind, nasty, unpleasant, foul, obnoxious, vile, contemptible, despicable, wretched, shabby; spiteful, mean, malicious, poisonous, mean-spirited, cruel, hateful, hurtful; unfair, uncharitable, uncalled for, below the belt, unwarranted
    [Antonyms] kind nice
  • 5 the movie was terrible
    very bad, dreadful, awful, deplorable, atrocious, hopeless, worthless, useless, poor, pathetic, pitiful, lamentable, appalling, abysmal
    informal lame, lousy, brutal, painful, crappy, godawful
    [Antonyms] brilliant excellent
  • 6 I feel terrible. I've been in bed all day
    ill, sick, queasy, poorly, unwell, nauseous, nauseated, peaked, green around the gills
    dizzy groggy
    informal under the weather, lousy, crummy, awful, dreadful, crappy
    rare peakish
    [Antonyms] well
  • 7 she still feels terrible about what she did to John
    [Antonyms] untroubled unashamed
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