Synonyms of tart in English

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tart1


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noun

1‘a jam tart’

SYNONYMS

pastry, flan, tartlet, quiche, strudel

pie, patty, pasty


Synonyms of tart in English

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noun

1‘she was a tart I had picked up on a street corner’

SYNONYMS

prostitute, whore, sex worker, call girl, white slave

male prostitute, rent boy, call boy, gigolo

euphemistic model, escort, masseuse

tom

fille de joie

puta

North American sporting girl, sporting lady, sporting woman, chippy

pro, moll, tail, ho, brass nail, grande horizontale, woman on the game, working girl, member of the oldest profession, renter, toy boy

North American hooker, hustler

vulgar slang bumboy

streetwalker, woman of the streets, lady of the night, woman of the night, scarlet woman, cocotte

archaic courtesan, strumpet, harlot, trollop, wanton, woman of ill repute, lady of pleasure, Cyprian, doxy, drab, quean, trull, wench

rare sing-song girl, succubus


verb

1‘she came back to tart herself up for the evening’

SYNONYMS

dress oneself up, make oneself up, smarten oneself up, preen oneself, beautify oneself, groom oneself

doll oneself up, titivate oneself

2‘we must tart this place up a bit’

SYNONYMS

decorate, renovate, refurbish, redecorate, retouch, modernize

smarten up

do up, do over, fix up, give something a facelift


Synonyms of tart in English

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tart3


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adjective

1‘cook a few tart apples’

SYNONYMS

sour, sharp, sharp-tasting, tangy, bitter, acid, acidic, zesty, piquant, pungent, strong, harsh, unsweetened, vinegary, lemony, citrus, burning, acrid, acetic

rare acidulous, acetous

ANTONYMS

sweet

2‘she regretted her rather tart reply’

SYNONYMS

acerbic, sharp, biting, cutting, keen, stinging, mordant, astringent, caustic, trenchant, incisive, pointed, piercing, bitter, barbed, scathing, sarcastic, sardonic, acrimonious, nasty, rude, vicious, spiteful, venomous, wounding

ANTONYMS

kind