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menial

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of menial

  1. showing, expressing, or offered in a spirit of humility or unseemly submissiveness every command was obeyed in the menial manner of someone who seemed grateful just to be in the presence of a celebrity Synonyms of menial base, humble, abject, servile, slavishWords Related to menial hangdog, lamblike, sheepish; demure, lowly, meek, modest, retiring, unassuming, unpretentious; fawning, sycophant, sycophantic, toadyishNear Antonyms of menial arrogant, haughty, high-handed, imperious, lordly, supercilious, superior, uppity


menial

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of menial

  1. a person hired to perform household or personal services immigrants to that country faced fierce prejudice and could expect to find work only as menials Synonyms of menial daily [British], domestic, flunky (also flunkey or flunkie), lackey, servant, retainer, slavey, stewardWords Related to menial butler, footman, groom, houseboy, houseman, majordomo, man, manservant, servitor, valet; handmaiden (also handmaid), housekeeper, housemaid, lady-in-waiting, maid, maidservant, wench, woman; assistant, attendant, companion, factotum, follower; dogsbody [chiefly British], drudge, gofer (or gopher)Near Antonyms of menial boss, captain, chief, foreman, head, headman, helmsman, kingpin, leader, taskmasterAntonyms of menial master, mistress



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