Synonyms of firm in English

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adjective

1‘the ground is fairly firm’

SYNONYMS

hard, solid, unyielding, resistant

solidified, hardened

compacted, compressed, condensed, dense, close-grained

stiff, rigid, inflexible, inelastic

walkable

congealed, frozen, set, gelled

stony, steely

literary adamantine

ANTONYMS

soft, yielding

2‘no building can stand without firm foundations’

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secure, secured, stable, steady, strong, sturdy, fixed, fast, set, taut, established, tight

immovable, irremovable, unshakeable

stationary, motionless

anchored, moored, rooted, embedded

riveted, braced, cemented, nailed, tied

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unstable

3‘a firm handshake’

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strong, vigorous, sturdy, robust, forceful

ANTONYMS

limp

4‘I was very firm about what I wanted to do’

SYNONYMS

resolute, determined, decided, resolved, steadfast

adamant, assertive, emphatic, insistent, single-minded, in earnest, whole-hearted

unfaltering, unwavering, unflinching, unswerving, unyielding, unbending, inflexible, obdurate, obstinate, stubborn, intransigent

implacable, relentless, unrelenting, hard-line, strict, unmalleable

strong-willed, dominant, domineering

committed, dyed-in-the-wool, through-and-through, seasoned, hardened

ANTONYMS

irresolute

5‘she became a firm friend of the couple’

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close, good, boon, intimate, confidential, inseparable, dear, special, fast, valued, treasured, cherished

constant, enduring, abiding, devoted, loving, faithful, durable, reliable, deep-rooted, long-standing, long-lasting, steady, steadfast, stable, staunch

ANTONYMS

distant

6‘she had no firm plans for the next day’

SYNONYMS

definite, fixed, settled, decided, established, confirmed, agreed, exact, clear-cut, concrete, hard and fast

unalterable, unchangeable, irreversible, writ in stone

ANTONYMS

indefinite


Synonyms of firm in English

: firm1firm2

firm2


See definition of firm

noun

1‘a law firm’

SYNONYMS

company, business, concern, enterprise, venture, undertaking, house, establishment, organization, corporation, conglomerate, franchise, cooperative, office, bureau, service, agency, practice, partnership, consortium, syndicate

informal outfit, set-up, shop