List of Synonyms and Antonyms of “P” and “Q” Words


P Word Synonyms and Antonyms

Words Antonyms Synonyms
Pacify appease, assuage, conciliate, mollify, propitiate, soothe agitate, incite, upset
Palatial lavish, luxuriant, opulent, plush, rich, sumptuous cramped, minor, tiny
Pardonable excusable, forgivable, venial, defensible, justifiable, passable inexpiable, unpardonable, inexcusable
Partisan biased, prejudiced, partial, tendentious, prepossessed, one-sided impartial, unbiased, fair
Pathetic pitiable, rueful, deplorable, lamentable, distressing, miserable cheerful, worthwhile, delightful
Peerless matchless, incomparable, singular, unmatched, alone, unequal inferior, mediocre, subordinate
Pessimist defeatist, cynic, doomsayer, killjoy, downer, worrier optimist, dreamer, hoper
Pinnacle acme, apex, crest, crown, peak, summit base, bottom, nadir
Potent mighty, strong, powerful, commanding, dominant, authoritative fragile, incapable, ineffective
Precise categorical, definite, accurate, specific, genteel, puritanical ambiguous, inexact, false
Prescribe decree, dictate, fix, impose, lay down, ordain dismiss, reject, ban
Preserve conserve, save, guard, shield, maintain, sustain destroy, hurt, ruin
Prime superior, splendid, foremost, paramount, premier, original inferior, secondary, unimportant
Prodigal extravagant, lavish, spendthrift, profuse, wasteful, luxuriant thrifty, stingy, reasonable
Proficient adept, crack, masterly, professional, skilled, expert clumsy, inept, incompetent
Profuse luxuriant, exuberant, profligate, lavish, spendthrift, lush lacking, sparse, wanting
Prohibit ban, debar, forbid, inhibit, interdict, outlaw allow, favor, permit
Prolific fecund, fertile, fruitful, productive, proliferous, rich barren, impotent, unproductive
Prolong elongate, extend, lengthen, protract, stretch, prolongate abbreviate, shorten, compress
Prominent arresting, marked, outstanding, remarkable, salient, distinguished inconspicious, unexceptional, inferior
Prompt foment, goad, impel, instigate, motivate, pique depress, halt, dissuade
Propagate breed, cultivate, procreate, proliferate, promulgate, spawn destroy, decline, conceal
Prescribe enjoin, debar, taboo, prohibit, inhibit, ban allow, favor, permit
Prosperous booming, flourishing, prospering, thriving, auspicious, propitious languishing, stunted, losing
Provisional interim, temporary, acting, conditional, provisory, tentative certain, definite, permanent
Provoke enrage, incense, aggravate, annoy, nettle please, soothe, placate
Proximate adjacent, close, contiguous, near, imminent, momentary definite, distant, remote
Prudent rational, sage, sapient, sensible, cautious, circumspect indiscreet, unrealistic, unwise
Pushy audacious, brazen, cheeky, insolent, impertinent, sassy unassuming, modest, quiet
Puzzling arcane, cabalistic, cryptic, enigmatic, mysterious, sassy comprehensible, intelligible, understandable

Q Word Synonyms and Antonyms

Words Antonyms Synonyms
Quack charlatan, fake, fraud, humbug, impostor, phony genuine, original, real
Queer bizarre, cranky, eccentric, freaky, idiosyncratic, odd regular, typical, usual
Quick-witted alert, clever, intelligent, keen, sharp, smart slow, stupid, dim
Quieten hush, quiet, shush, shut up, silence, still agitate, excite, ruffle,