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palace

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of palace

  1. showing obvious signs of wealth and comfort a palace railroad car that was built for a 19th-century robber baron Synonyms of palace Babylonian, deluxe, lavish, Lucullan (also Lucullian), luxe, luxuriant, luxury, opulent, luxurious, palatial, plush, plushy, silken, sumptuousWords Related to palace costly, dear, expensive, precious, premium, rich; extravagant, grandiose, ostentatious, pretentious, showy; august, awesome, awful, baronial, beautiful, gorgeous, grand, heroic (also heroical), imposing, impressive, kingly, magnificent, majestic, monumental, noble, proud, regal, royal, splendid, stately; comfortable, cozy, homelike, snugNear Antonyms of palace economical, frugal, meager (or meagre), spare, stingy, thriftyAntonyms of palace ascetic (also ascetical), austere, humble, no-frills, spartan


palace

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of palace

  1. 1 a large impressive residence the billionaire's “summer cottage” turned out to be an over-the-top palace Synonyms of palace castle, château, estate, hacienda, hall, manor, manor house, manse, mansion, villaWords Related to palace showplace; abode, domicile, dwelling, habitation, hearth, home, house, lodging(s), pad, place; housing, nest, quarter(s), residency, roof; great house; country house, countryseat; aerie, penthouse; salon, suite, town house

  2. 2 a large, magnificent, or massive building the governor's opponents have accused him of building palaces to house the state government Synonyms of palace cathedral, hall, edifice, towerWords Related to palace construction, erection, structure; castle, château, countryseat, estate, hacienda, manor, manor house, mansion, showplace, villa; mausoleum, memorial, monument

  3. 3 the residence of a ruler Buckingham Palace flies a special flag to indicate when the monarch is in residence Synonyms of palace courtWords Related to palace castle, château, estate, mansion, villa; alcazar, seraglio



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