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mobile

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of mobile

  1. 1 capable of being moved especially with ease <a mobile electric generator> Synonyms movable, portableRelated Words adjustable, flexible, modular; removable (also removeable), transferable (also transferrable), transportable; motile, moving; unbalanced, unstable, unsteady; manageableNear Antonyms immotile, nonmotile, nonmoving; motionless, moveless, standing, static, stationary, still, stuck, wedged; fast, fixed, rooted, steadfastAntonyms immobile, immovable, irremovable, nonmobile, unmovable

  2. 2 having a way of life that involves moving from one region to another typically on a seasonal basis <mobile workers who work the New England resorts in the summer and the ones in Florida during the winter> Synonyms migrant, migratoryRelated Words errant, fugitive, itinerant, nomadic, peregrine, peripatetic, ranging, roaming, roving, tramp, traveling (or travelling), vagabond, vagrant, wandering, wayfaring; ambulant, ambulatory, drifting, fiddle-footed, footloose, gadabout, gallivanting (also galavanting), meandering, rambling, sauntering, strolling, traipsing, walkingNear Antonyms immobile, stationary; established, fast, fixed, rooted, sedentary, set, settledAntonyms nonmigrant, nonmigrating, nonmigratory, resident





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