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prestigious

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of prestigious

  1. 1 having a good reputation especially in a field of knowledge <a nutritional study that has been published by a prestigious medical journal> Synonyms esteemed, estimable, name, respectable, recognized, reputable, reputed, respectedRelated Words honorable, venerable, worthy; creditable, good, praiseworthy; celebrated, distinguished, famed, famous, honored, illustrious, notable, prominent, redoubtable, renowned, well-knownNear Antonyms seedy, shadowy, shady; no-name, obscure, undistinguished, unknownAntonyms disreputable

  2. 2 standing above others in rank, importance, or achievement <the most prestigious social club in town> Synonyms astral, bright, distinguished, illustrious, luminous, noble, notable, noteworthy, outstanding, preeminent, eminent, redoubtable, signal, star, superiorRelated Words celebrated, exalted, famed, famous, glorious, honored, renowned, reputable; infamous, notorious; dominant, paramount, predominantNear Antonyms insignificant, minor, unimportant; average, inferior, mediocre; obscure, uncelebrated, unsung





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