Synonyms and Antonyms of babe
1 a person who is just starting out in a field of activity <although I worked with film for years, I'm just a babe as far as digital photography is concerned> Synonyms abecedarian, apprentice, beginner, colt, cub, fledgling, freshman, greenhorn, neophyte, newbie, newcomer, novice, novitiate, punk, recruit, rook, rookie, tenderfoot, tyro, virginRelated Words boot; amateur, dabbler, dilettante; learner, student, trainee; candidate, entrant, probationerNear Antonyms expert, master, pro, professionalAntonyms old hand, old-timer, vet, veteran
2 a recently born person <a babe in arms, too young even to crawl> Synonyms baby, bambino, child, infant, neonate, newbornRelated Words cherub; foundling, nursling, suckling; preemie (also premie); papoose; bantling, kid, kiddie (also kiddy), kiddo, moppet, toddler, tot, tyke (also tike); boy, nipper, tad; juvenile, minor, youngling, youngster, youth; brat, imp, squirt, urchin, whippersnapper; girl, hoyden, tomboyNear Antonyms adult, grown-up; elder, graybeard, oldster, old-timer, senior, senior citizen
3 slang a lovely woman <that woman's a total babe> Synonyms beauty [slang], beauty queen, cookie (or cooky), cutie (or cutey), dolly bird [British], enchantress, eyeful, fox, goddess, honey, knockout, queen, stunnerRelated Words belle, charmer, peach; bathing beauty, cover girl, pinup girl; bimbette [slang], bunny, houri, sex kitten, sexpot, sex symbol; cutie-pie, dish, doll, dreamboat [slang], hottie, looker, pretty; coquette, femme fatale, siren, temptress, vampNear Antonyms bag, dog, frump; crone, hag, horror, witch; gorgon, monster
4 slang a physically attractive person <a beach resort that attracts well-tanned babes of both sexes> Synonyms doll [slang], cutie (or cutey), dish, dreamboat [slang], fox, glamour-puss, hottie, knockout, looker, showstopper, tenRelated Words beauty, eyeful, goddess, lovely, stunner; beefcake, hunk, stud, superstud; bimbette [slang], bimbo [slang], himboAntonyms dog
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