Thesaurus

jaundiced

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of jaundiced

  1. 1 having or showing mean resentment of another's possessions or advantages <took a jaundiced view of his opponent's triumphs on the tennis court> Synonyms covetous, green-eyed, invidious, envious, jealous, resentfulRelated Words begrudging, grudging; avaricious, grasping, greedy, rapacious; distrustful, suspicious; malicious, petty, spitefulNear Antonyms generous, kind, kindhearted; altruistic, benevolent, charitable; well-meaningAntonyms unenvious

  2. 2 marked by opposition or ill will <environmentalists tend to cast a jaundiced eye on those oversized, gas-guzzling vehicles> Synonyms adversarial, adversary, antagonistic, antipathetic, inhospitable, inimical, hostile, mortal, negative, unfriendly, unsympatheticRelated Words adverse, argumentative, bellicose, belligerent, clashing, combative, conflicting, contentious, contrary, disputatious, militant, opposed, pugnacious, quarrelsome, resisting, scrappy, truculent; antisocial, cold, cool, disagreeable, disapproving, distant, frigid, icy; biased, prejudiced; discourteous, ill-bred, ill-mannered, impertinent, impolite, inconsiderate, rude, surly, uncivil, unfavorable, unkind, unmannerly, unpleasant, unsociable; acrimonious, bitter, despiteful, hateful, malevolent, malicious, malign, malignant, opprobrious, rancorous, spiteful, unloving, vindictive, virulentNear Antonyms affable, amiable, amicable, civil, companionable, comradely, convivial, cordial, genial, good-natured, good-tempered, gracious, gregarious, neighborly, pleasant, sociable, social, warm; affectionate, devoted, kind, kindly, loving, nice, sweet; accepting, agreeable, approving, benign, empathetic, favorable, understanding, warmhearted, welcomingAntonyms friendly, hospitable, nonantagonistic, nonhostile, sympathetic


Learn More about jaundiced

  1. Dictionary: Definition of jaundiced Medical Dictionary: Definition of jaundiced Spanish Central: Translation of jaundiced


Seen and Heard

What made you want to look up jaundiced? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible).

WORD OF THE DAY

to trick or confuse (someone)

Get Word of the Day daily email!