- What is the opposite of at least one?
- What is the opposite word of child?
- What is another word for mainly?
- What is opposite word of least?
- What is the opposite of mostly?
- What is the opposite of together?
- What rarely means?
- What does predominantly mean?
- What is the opposite word of smile?
- Is together a word?
- What tumble means?
What is the opposite of at least one?
noneYes, you are correct.
The opposite of “At least one” is none, and “some” is an indefinite quantity, so on the LSAT assume that it means “at least one.”.
What is the opposite word of child?
Antonym of ChildWordAntonymChildGrownup, Parent, Adult, Grown upGet definition and list of more Antonym and Synonym in English Grammar.
What is another word for mainly?
Synonyms for ‘main’ and ‘mainly’ For mainly, try above all, chiefly, essentially, generally, most of all, mostly, overall, predominantly, primarily, principally, usually, especially, particularly, exceptionally, substantially, or largely.
What is opposite word of least?
Antonyms: most, to the highest degree. least, to the lowest degree(adverb) used to form the superlative.
What is the opposite of mostly?
What is the opposite of mostly?unusuallyabnormallyoccasionallyuncommonlyuntypicallyrarelyexactlyparticularlyseldomsometimes18 more rows
What is the opposite of together?
Word. Antonym. Together. Apart, Separate. Get definition and list of more Antonym and Synonym in English Grammar.
What rarely means?
not often1 : not often : seldom. 2 : with rare skill : excellently. 3 : in an extreme or exceptional manner.
What does predominantly mean?
1 : having superior strength, influence, or authority : prevailing. 2 : being most frequent or common. Synonyms & Antonyms Choose the Right Synonym Predominant vs. Predominate Example Sentences Learn More about predominant.
What is the opposite word of smile?
What is the opposite of smile?frownscowlgrimacelourlowermouemowpout
Is together a word?
together (adverb) together (adjective) get–together (noun)
What tumble means?
verb (used without object), tum·bled, tum·bling. to fall helplessly down, end over end, as by losing one’s footing, support, or equilibrium; plunge headlong: to tumble down the stairs.