Definitions and Examples of lighter, thinner, weaker
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Weighing less than something else.
She preferred a lighter backpack for her hiking trips.
Having less thickness or density.
The thinner fabric was more comfortable to wear in hot weather.
Having less physical or mental strength.
After being sick for a week, he felt weaker and had trouble lifting heavy objects.
Key Differences: lighter vs thinner vs weaker
- 1Lighter refers to weight, while thinner describes thickness or density.
- 2Weaker describes a lack of physical or mental strength.
Effective Usage of lighter, thinner, weaker
- 1Describing Objects: Use lighter and thinner to describe the weight and thickness of objects.
- 2Physical Attributes: Use weaker to describe a person's physical or mental strength.
- 3Comparisons: Use these antonyms to compare two things that have opposite characteristics.
The antonyms of heavier are lighter, thinner, and weaker. Use lighter and thinner to describe the weight and thickness of objects, and weaker to describe a person's physical or mental strength. These antonyms can also be used to make comparisons between two things with opposite characteristics.