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done

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of done

  1. 1 brought or having come to an end <the demanding job was finally done> Synonyms completed, concluded, complete, down, ended, finished, over, over with, terminated, through, upRelated Words accomplished, achieved, attained, compassed, realized; dead, defunct, extinct, kaput (also kaputt), obsolete; expiredAntonyms continuing, incomplete, ongoing, uncompleted, undone, unfinished

  2. 2 depleted in strength, energy, or freshness <after bicycling 30 miles we were completely done> Synonyms all in, aweary [archaic], beat, beaten, bleary, burned-out (or burnt-out), bushed, dead, weary, done in, drained, exhausted, fatigued, jaded, knackered [British], limp, logy (also loggy), played out, pooped [slang], prostrate, spent, tapped out, tired, tuckered (out), washed-out, wearied, wiped out, worn, worn-outRelated Words overfatigued, overtaxed, overworked; broken-down, run-down; debilitated, enervate, enervated, enfeebled, sapped, weakened; drowsy, heavy, sleepy; lethargic, sluggishNear Antonyms fresh, refreshed, rejuvenated, relaxed, rested, revitalized; active, energetic, invigorated, peppy, strengthened, strong, tireless, vitalized, wearilessAntonyms unwearied

  3. 3 facing certain defeat, disaster, or death <at this point retailing in the city's downtown is done> Synonyms dead, done for, doomed, finished, kaput (also kaputt), ruined, sunkRelated Words endangered, imperiled (or imperilled)

  4. 4 no longer existing <the day of the small independent grocer is done> Synonyms bygone, bypast, dead, defunct, departed, extinct, expired, gone, nonextant, vanishedRelated Words nonexistent; dying, faded, moribund; collapsed, fallen, overthrown; antiquated, dated, obsolete, passé; finished, lapsed, terminated; lost, missingNear Antonyms active, dynamic, thriving, vibrantAntonyms alive, existent, existing, extant, living


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