Brief Definitions of the Antonym(s)
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Newly produced or obtained; not stale or deteriorated.
The bakery sells fresh bread every morning.
In good condition; not damaged, decayed, or defective.
The bridge is still sound after many years of use.
In a good physical or mental condition; not sick or diseased.
Eating a balanced diet and exercising regularly can help you stay healthy.
How are these antonyms different from each other?
- 1Fresh refers to something that has been recently produced or obtained, while sound describes something that is in good condition and not damaged.
- 2Sound is often used to describe objects or structures, while healthy is used to describe living beings.
- 3Healthy implies a state of well-being, while fresh and sound imply a state of quality or condition.
Good things to know
- 1Food: Use fresh to describe food that has not gone bad or healthy to describe food that is nutritious.
- 2Structures: Use sound to describe buildings, bridges, or other structures that are in good condition.
- 3Health: Use healthy to describe people, animals, or plants that are in good physical or mental condition.
The antonyms of decayed are fresh, sound, and healthy. These words have different meanings and usage. Fresh refers to something recently produced or obtained, sound describes something in good condition, and healthy implies a state of well-being. Use these words to describe food, structures, or health-related topics.