Synonyms of romantic in English:

romantic


See definition of romantic

adjective

1‘a romantic candlelit dinner’

SYNONYMS

amorous, intimate, passionate

informal lovey-dovey

ANTONYMS

unromantic

2‘he's very handsome, and so romantic’

SYNONYMS

loving, amorous, passionate, tender, tender-hearted, fond, affectionate

informal lovey-dovey

ANTONYMS

unromantic

3‘after their romantic relationship ended they became great friends’

SYNONYMS

sexual, intimate, erotic, amorous, amatory, sensual, carnal, ardent

passionate, impassioned, lustful

affectionate, fond, loving, tender, doting

love, enamoured, lovesick

illicit, adulterous

informal lovey-dovey, spoony, kissy, smoochy, goo-goo, hot, randy

archaic sportive

ANTONYMS

platonic, unromantic

4‘a beautiful cottage in a romantic setting’

SYNONYMS

idyllic, picturesque, fairy-tale

beautiful, lovely, charming, delightful, pretty

ANTONYMS

humdrum, unromantic

5‘romantic notions of rural communities’

SYNONYMS

idealistic, idealized, unrealistic, head-in-the-clouds, out of touch with reality

starry-eyed, optimistic, hopeful, visionary, utopian, fairy-tale, fanciful, dreamy, ivory-towered

impractical, unpractical, unworkable, improbable, unlikely

rare Micawberish, Panglossian

ANTONYMS

realistic, practical, down-to-earth

6‘she found him an intensely romantic figure’

SYNONYMS

fascinating, glamorous, attractive, interesting, mysterious, exotic, exciting, quixotic


noun

1‘the guy is an incurable romantic’

SYNONYMS

idealist, sentimentalist, romanticist

dreamer, visionary, utopian, Don Quixote, fantasist, fantasizer

archaic fantast

ANTONYMS

realist