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bummer

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of bummer

  1. 1 something (as a situation or event) that is depressing boy, breaking your leg right before vacation is a bummer Synonyms of 1bummer bummer, downWords Related to 1bummer bore, drag; accident, fatality, mishap, woe; calamity, catastrophe, debacle (also débâcle), misfortune, tragedyNear Antonyms of 1bummer pick-me-up, tripAntonyms of 1bummer upper

  2. 2 something that disappoints the cancellation of the holiday office party was a total bummer Synonyms of 1bummer bringdown, bummer, letdownWords Related to 1bummer anticlimax, failure, fiasco, fizzle; lemon, loserNear Antonyms of 1bummer success, winner; relief

  3. 3 something that has failed that dot-com proved to be a real bummer Synonyms of 1bummer bomb, bummer, bust, catastrophe, clinker, clunker, debacle (also débâcle), disaster, dud, fiasco, fizzle, flop, frost, lemon, loser, miss, shipwreck, turkey, washoutWords Related to 1bummer also-ran, disappointment, dog, has-been, near miss; botch, hash, mess, muddle, shambles; nonevent; nonstarterNear Antonyms of 1bummer corker, crackerjack (also crackajack), dandy, jim-dandy, phenomenonAntonyms of 1bummer blockbuster, hit, smash, success, winner


bummer

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of bummer

  1. a homeless wanderer who may beg or steal for a living a lifelong bummer, he never knew the satisfaction of having to work for a living Synonyms of 2bummer bindle stiff, bum, bummer, hobo, sundowner [Australian], swaggie [chiefly Australian], swagman [chiefly Australian], vagabond, vagrantWords Related to 2bummer drifter, roamer, transient; beggar, derelict, mendicant, panhandler, stiff; dodger, malingerer, shirker, slacker; gamine, ragamuffin, urchin, waif



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