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【同义词辨析】 2021-04-02 与人相关的词概述(建议打印)

jason246 发表于 2022-10-6 01:26:48 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
able: mean having power or fitness for work.
absolute: mean exercising power or authority without restraint.
adventurous: mean exposing oneself to danger more than dictated by good sense.
aggressive: mean obtrusively energetic especially in pursuing particular goals.
agile: mean acting or moving with easy quickness.
alone: mean isolated from others.
amateur: mean a person who follows a pursuit without attaining proficiency or professional status.
ambition: mean strong desire for advancement or success.
amiable: mean having the desire or disposition to please.
amicable: mean exhibiting goodwill and an absence of antagonism.
aristocracy: mean a body of people constituting a socially superior caste.
assistant: mean a person who takes over part of the duties of another, especially in a subordinate capacity.
awkward: mean not marked by ease and smoothness (as of performance or movement)
bad: mean not morally good or ethically acceptable.
barbarian: mean characteristic of uncivilized people.
base-2: mean deserving of contempt because beneath what is expected of the average person.
beautiful: mean sensuously or aesthetically pleasing.
belligerent: mean having an aggressive or truculent attitude.
blameworthy: mean deserving reproach or punishment.
bluff: mean abrupt and unceremonious in speech or manner.
boorish: mean uncouth in manner or appearance.
brave: mean having or showing no fear when faced with something dangerous, difficult, or unknown.
busy: mean actively engaged or occupied.
calm: mean quiet and free from disturbance or harm.
caprice: mean an irrational, fanciful, or impractical idea or desire.
careful: mean showing close attention to detail.
caustic: mean stingingly incisive.
cautious: mean prudently watchful and discreet in the face of danger or risk.
chaste: mean free from all taint of what is lewd or salacious.
citizen: mean a person owing allegiance to and entitled to the protection of a sovereign state.
civil: mean observant of the forms required by good breeding.
clever: mean having or showing practical wit or skill in contriving.
coarse: mean offensive to good taste or moral principles.
consonant: mean being in agreement with or agreeable to another.
contemptible: mean arousing or deserving scorn.
contrary: mean inclined to resist authority, control, or circumstances.
cool: mean actually or apparently free from agitation or excitement.
courage: mean mental or moral strength to resist opposition, danger or hardship.
covetous: mean having or showing a strong desire for possessions and especially material possessions.
cowardly: mean having or showing a lack of courage.
critical: mean inclined to look for and point out faults and defects.
crooked: mean not straight or straightforward.
crowd: mean an assembled multitude of people.
curious: mean interested in what is not one's personal or proper concern.
cynical: mean deeply distrustful.
dead: mean devoid of life.
decorum: mean observance of the rules governing proper conduct.
despise: mean to regard as unworthy of one's notice or consideration.
despondent: mean having lost all or nearly all hope.
devout: mean showing fervor in the practice of religion.
dexterous: mean ready and skilled in physical movement or sometimes mental activity.
dictatorial: mean imposing one's will or opinions on others.
discernment: mean a power to see what is not evident to the average mind.
dishonest: mean unworthy of trust or belief.
downcast: mean affected by or showing very low spirits.
dramatic: mean having a character or effects typical of acted plays.
drunk: mean considerably and conspicuously affected by alcohol.
dull: mean not sharp, keen, or acute(ask).
eager: mean moved by a strong and urgent desire or interest.
eccentricity: mean singularity in behavior or an instance of this.
enemy: mean an individual or a group who shows hostility or ill will to another.
envious: mean begrudging another possession of something desirable.
epicure: mean one who takes pleasure in eating and drinking.
equanimity: mean the quality of one who is self-possessed and not easily disturbed or perturbed.
fair: mean free from favor toward either or any side.
faithful: mean firm in adherence to whatever one owes allegiance.
faithless: mean untrue to someone or something that has a right to expect one's fidelity or allegiance.
famous: mean known far and wide.
fawn: mean to act or behave abjectly before a superior.
female: mean of, characteristic of, or like a female, especially of the human species.
fidelity: mean faithfulness to something to which one is bound by pledge or duty or by a sense of what is right or appropriate.
fierce: mean showing fury or malignity in looks or actions.
follower: mean one who attaches himself to another.
forbearing: mean not inclined by nature, disposition, or circumstances to be severe or rigorous.
forerunner: mean one who goes before or announces the coming of another.
forgetful: mean losing from one's mind something once known or learned.
fortitude: mean courage and staying power.
frank: mean showing willingness to tell what one feels or thinks.
free-1: mean not subject to the rule or control of another.
fulsome: mean too obviously extravagant or ingratiating to be accepted as genuine or sincere.
gift: mean a special ability or unusual capacity for doing something.
glad: mean characterized by or expressing the mood of one who is pleased or delighted.
gracious: mean markedly pleasant and easy in social intercourse.
grateful: mean feeling or expressing gratitude.
healthy: mean enjoying or indicative of good health.
heroism: mean conspicuously courageous behavior.
honesty: mean uprightness of character or action.
honor: mean respect and esteem shown to another.
humble: mean lacking all signs of pride, aggressiveness, or self-assertiveness.
hypocritical: mean affecting more virtue or religious devotion than one actually possesses.
ignorant: mean not having knowledge.
immoral: mean not moral.
impassioned: mean showing intense feeling.
impassive: mean unresponsive to something that might normally excite interest or emotion.
impertinent: mean given to thrusting oneself into the affairs of another.
inactive: mean not engaged in work or activity.
inconstant: mean lacking firmness or steadiness in such things as purpose or devotion.
indefatigable: mean capable of prolonged and strenuous effort.
indecorous: mean not conforming to what is accepted as right, fitting, or in good taste.
indifferent: mean not showing or feeling interest.
infallible: mean having or showing the inability to make errors.
inflexible: mean unwilling to alter a predetermined course or purpose.
insane: mean having or showing an unsound mind or being unable to control one's rational processes.
intelligent: mean mentally keen or quick.
inveterate: mean firmly established.
irascible: mean easily angered or enraged.
irrational: mean not governed or guided by reason or not having the power to reason.
kind: mean showing or having a gentle, considerate nature.
laughable: mean provoking laughter or mirth.
lawyer: mean one authorized to practice law.
lazy: mean not easily aroused to action or activity.
lean: mean thin because of an absence of excess flesh.
learned: mean possessing or manifesting unusually wide and deep knowledge.
lethargy: mean physical or mental inertness.
liberal-1: mean giving freely and unstintingly.
liberal-2: mean freed from or opposed to what is orthodox, established, or conservative.
lightness: mean gaiety or indifference when seriousness is called for.
lively: mean keenly alive and spirited.
living: mean having or showing life.
logical: mean having or showing skill in thinking or reasoning.
loose: mean not tightly bound, held, restrained, or stretched.
loud: mean marked by intensity or volume of sound.
lucky: mean meeting with or producing unforeseen success.
majority: mean a number or quantity or part larger than some other expressed or implied, particularly in reference to an election.
maker: mean one who brings something new into being or existence.
malice: mean the desire or wish to see another experience pain, injury or distress.
mania: mean a state marked by exaggerated reactions and a loss of emotional, mental, or nervous control.
masculine: mean of, characteristic of, or like a male, especially of the human species.
masterful: mean tending to impose one's will on others.
matrimonial: mean of, relating to, or characteristic of marriage.
mature-1: mean fully developed.
mean-1: mean below the normal standards of human decency and dignity.
mercy: mean a showing of or a disposition to show kindness or compassion.
merry: mean showing high spirits or lightheartedness.
mirth: mean a mood or temper of joy and high spirits that is expressed in laughter, play, or merrymaking.
miserable: mean deplorably or contemptibly bad or mean.
moderate-1: mean not excessive in degree, amount, or intensity.
moral: mean conforming to a standard of what is right and good.
moving: mean having the power to produce deep and usually somber emotion.
natural: mean free from pretension or calculation.
negligent: mean culpably careless or indicative of such carelessness.
neutral: mean lacking decisiveness or distinctness.
nice: mean having or showing exacting standards.
novice: mean one who is a beginner in something, such as a trade, a profession, a career, or a skill.
obedient: mean submissive to the will or control of another.
obstinate: mean fixed and unyielding in an course or purpose.
oligarchy: mean government by, or a state governed by, the few.
omnipresent: mean present or existent everywhere.
opponent: mean one who expresses or manifests an opposite position.
outrageous: mean enormously bad or horrible.
pacific: mean affording or promoting peace.
parasite: mean an obsequious flatter or self-seeker.
partner: mean an associate.
passion: mean intense emotion compelling action.
pedantic: mean too narrowly concerned with learned matters.
physique: mean bodily makeup or type.
pitiful: mean arousing or deserving pity or compassion.
plain: mean free from all ostentation or superficial embellishment.
pleasure: mean the agreeable emotion accompanying the possession or expectation of what is good or greatly desired.
poverty: mean the state of one who is poor or with insufficient resources.
power-1: mean the ability to exert effort.
powerless: mean unable to effect one's purpose, intention, or end.
precipitate: mean showing undue haste or unexpectedness.
pretense: mean the offering of something false or deceptive as real or true.
pride-1: mean the quality or feeling of a person who is firmly convinced of his or her own excellence or superiority.
proficient: mean having or manifesting the great knowledge and experience necessary for success in a skill, trade, or profession.
prone: mean lying down.
prosaic: mean having a plain, practical, unimaginative quality or character.
proud: mean showing superiority toward others or scorn for inferiors.
qualm: mean a misgiving about what one is doing or going to do.
quick: mean able to respond without delay or hesitation or indicative of such ability.
rational: mean having or manifesting the power to reason or being in accordance with the dictates of reason.
related: mean connected by or as if by close family ties.
repugnant: mean so unlikable as to arouse antagonism or aversion.
responsible: mean subject to an authority that may hold one to account.
rich: mean having goods, property, and money in abundance.
rude: mean lacking in the qualities that make for finish or perfection in development or use.
sadness: mean the state of mind of one who is unhappy or low-spirited.
sarcastic: mean marked by bitterness and a power or intent to cut or sting.
saucy: mean flippant and bold in manner or attitude.
secret: mean existing or done without attracting observation or attention.
sensation: mean the power to respond or the act of responding to stimuli.
sense: mean ability to reach intelligent conclusions.
sensuous: mean relating to or providing pleasure through gratification of the senses.
serious: mean not light or frivolous.
severe: mean given to or marked by strict discipline and firm restraint.
shameless: mean characterized by boldness and a lack of sense of shame.
sharp: mean having or showing alert competence and clear understanding.
showy: mean given to or making excessive outward display.
shrewd: mean acute in perception and sound in judgment.
shy: mean not inclined to be forward or obtrude oneself.
silent: mean showing restraint in speaking.
simple: mean actually or apparently deficient in intelligence.
sincere: mean genuine in feeling or expression.
slatternly: mean deficient in neatness, freshness, or smartness, especially in dress or appearance.
sleepy: mean affected by or inducing a desire to sleep.
sly: mean attaining or seeking to attain one's ends by devious means.
sober: mean having or manifesting mastery of oneself and one's appetites.
sophisticated: mean experienced in the ways of the world.
sparing: mean careful in the use of one's money or resources.
spectator: mean one who sees or looks upon something.
spendthrift: mean a person who dissipates resources foolishly and wastefully.
stingy: mean being unwilling or showing unwillingness to share with others.
stocky: mean being or having a body that is relatively compact in form.
straightforward: mean free from all that is dishonest or secretive.
strong: mean showing power to resist or to endure.
stupid: mean lacking in or seeming to lack power to absorb ideas or impressions.
suave: mean pleasantly tactful and well-mannered.
subservient: mean showing or characterized by extreme compliance or abject obedience.
sullen: mean showing a forbidding or disagreeable mood.
supple: mean showing freedom and ease in bodily movements.
sure: mean having no doubt or uncertainty.
sweet: mean distinctly pleasing or charming and free of all that is irritating or distasteful.
sympathy: mean a feeling for or a capacity for sharing in the interests or distress of another.
tact: mean skill and grace in dealing with others.
talkative: mean given to talk or talking.
tame: mean docilely tractable or incapable of asserting one's will.
tardy: mean not arriving or doing or occurring at the set, due, or expected time.
temerity: mean conspicuous or flagrant boldness.
temperance: mean self-restraint in the gratification of appetites and desires.
thin: mean not thick, broad, abundant, or dense.
thoughtful-1: mean characterized by or showing the power to engage in thought, especially concentrated thinking.
thoughtful-2: mean mindful of others.
timid: mean so fearful and apprehensive as to hesitate or hold back.
ugly: mean neither pleasing nor beautiful, especially to the eye.
unruly: mean not submissive to government or control.
unsocial: mean not social and therefore opposed to what is social.
upright: mean having or showing a strict regard for what is morally right.
vicious: mean highly reprehensible and offensive in character, nature, or conduct.
victim: mean one killed or injured for the ends of the one who kills or injures.
vigorous: mean having great vitality and force.
vindictive: mean showing or motivated by a desire for vengeance.
vocal-1: mean uttered by the voice or having to do with such utterance.
vocal-2: mean being able to express oneself clearly and easily.
vociferous: mean so loud or insistent as to compel attention.
voluntary: mean done or brought about of one's own will.
voracious: mean excessively greedy.
watchful: mean being on the look-out especially for danger or opportunity.
weak: mean not strong enough to endure strain, pressure, or strenuous effort.
wise: mean having or showing sound judgment.
wit: mean a mode of expression intended to arouse amused interest or evoke laughter.
witty: mean provoking or intended to provoke amusement or laughter.
wordy: mean using more words than necessary to express thought.


    将全部同义词分为四部分: 动词, 形容词, 名词, 与人相关的词, 这是第四也是最后一部分。



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