What is the antonym of “bitter”?
The antonym of bitter is sweet, pleasant, and delicious. The antonyms sweet, pleasant, and delicious convey a positive or enjoyable experience. It implies a taste that is pleasing, agreeable, or enjoyable.
Brief Definitions of the Antonym(s)
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Having the pleasant taste characteristic of sugar or honey; not bitter or sour.
She loves to eat sweet fruits like strawberries and mangoes.
Giving a sense of happy satisfaction or enjoyment; nice.
The weather was pleasant today, with a gentle breeze and warm sunshine.
Highly pleasant to the taste; very enjoyable to eat or drink.
The pizza was delicious, with a crispy crust and lots of toppings.
How are these antonyms different from each other?
- 1Sweet describes a taste that is sugary and not bitter or sour.
- 2Pleasant describes an experience that is enjoyable and satisfying.
- 3Delicious describes food that is highly enjoyable and tasty.
Good things to know
- 1Food and Drink: Use sweet and delicious to describe food and drinks that are enjoyable and tasty.
- 2Experience and Emotions: Use pleasant to describe experiences and emotions that are enjoyable and satisfying.
- 3Comparisons: Use these antonyms to compare and contrast different tastes, experiences, and emotions.
The antonyms have distinct nuances: Sweet describes a sugary taste, pleasant describes an enjoyable experience, and delicious describes highly enjoyable food. Use these words to describe food and drinks, experiences and emotions, and for comparisons.