Antonym of botched
What is the opposite of botched?
adroit, deft, dexterous. (also dextrous), facile.
What is the synonym of botch?
bungle. verbblunder, mess up. ball up. boggle. botch.
What is the antonym for?
Definition of antonym
: a word of opposite meaning The usual antonym of good is bad.
What are antonyms for complication?
antonyms for complication
What is definition of botched?
Definition of botched
: unsuccessful because of being poorly done : spoiled by mistakes a botched attempt a botched recipe a botched medical procedure.
How do you use botched in a sentence?
Verb The store botched the order—I received only half the books I paid for. They clearly botched the investigation.
What are synonyms of jarring?
synonyms for jarring
What is the synonym of bravado?
boast. nounbrag; source of pride. avowal. bluster. bombast.
What is the synonym of largesse?
What is another word for largesse?
What’s the meaning of make a mess?
Definition of make a mess of
: to ruin (something) or to make many mistakes in doing (something) The scandal made a mess of his political career. The weather made a mess of our plans.
What is a male bravado?
Bravado is an appearance of courage or confidence that someone shows in order to impress other people. “You won’t get away with this,” he said with unexpected bravado. Synonyms: swagger, boast, boasting, swaggering More Synonyms of bravado.
What is the synonym of cocky?
conceited. egotistical. hotshot. hubristic. know-it-all.
What is a false bravado?
Today, the word means an almost-over-the-top amount of courage, but it can also be used (often with the word false) to mean a false show of bravery: “It was her first day in the classroom and she was almost shaking with fear, but with false bravado — she took a deep breath and turned to face her students — 20 …
How do you spell Bravada?
noun, plural bra·va·does, bra·va·dos. a pretentious, swaggering display of courage.
What do you call a sassy person?
arrant, audacious, bold, brassy, brazen, cheeky, discourteous, disrespectful, flip, flippant, fresh, insolent, mouthy, rude, saucy, smart-alecky, wise.