Definition of SMART

being strikingly neat and trim in style or appearance <dressed in their smart new uniforms, the cadets proudly paraded around the grounds of the military school>
Antonyms disheveled (or dishevelled), frowsy (or frowzy), sloppy, slovenly, unkempt
making light of something usually regarded as serious or sacred <just joked and made smart comments during the ceremony>
Near Antonyms grave, serious, sober, solemn, somber (or sombre)
Antonyms earnest, sincere
having or showing quickness of mind <a smart child who will do well in school>
having a wide and refined knowledge of the world especially from personal experience <a novelist who got much of the material for his works by hanging out with the smart set>

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