Synonyms and Antonyms of fluent
1 able to express oneself clearly and well a very fluent speaker who always communicates his points well Synonyms of fluent eloquent, articulate, silver-tongued, well-spokenWords Related to fluent facile, glib, smooth-tongued, voluble; expressive, outspoken, verbal, vocal; blabby, chatty, garrulous, loquacious, talkative, verbose; unfaltering, unhesitatingNear Antonyms of fluent faltering, halting, hesitant, maundering, mumbling, muttering, sputtering, stammering, stumbling, stuttering; mute, speechless, tongueless, tongue-tied, voicelessAntonyms of fluent inarticulate, ineloquent, unvocal
2 capable of moving like a liquid heated the wax until it was fluent, then poured it into the mold Synonyms of fluent flowing, fluid, liquidWords Related to fluent circumfluent, circumfluous; diluted, thin, watery, weak; semiliquid, semisolidNear Antonyms of fluent clotted, coagulated, gelatinous, gelled, jelled, jellied, thick; gluey, glutinous, gooey, gummy, viscousAntonyms of fluent hard, nonliquid, solid
3 involving minimal difficulty or effort a fluent performance of one of the oldest magic tricks in the book Synonyms of fluent cheap, downhill, effortless, facile, easy, fluid, hands-down, light, painless, ready, royal, simple, smooth, snap, softWords Related to fluent idiotproof, mindless, quick, straightforward, unchallenging, uncomplicated; apparent, clear, clear-cut, distinct, evident, manifest, obvious, open-and-shut, palpable, patent, perspicuous, plain, transparent, unambiguous, unequivocal, unmistakableNear Antonyms of fluent burdensome, exhausting, onerous, oppressive, painful, stressful, taxing, troublesome; abstruse, complex, complicated, intricate, involved, knotty, problematic (also problematical), reconditeAntonyms of fluent arduous, demanding, difficult, exacting, formidable, grueling (or gruelling), hard, herculean, killer, labored, laborious, murderous, rough, severe, stiff, strenuous, toilful, toilsome, tough
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