What is the antonym of “loath”?
The antonym of loath is willing, eager, and enthusiastic. The antonyms willing, eager, and enthusiastic convey a positive or affirmative emotional state. It implies a readiness, willingness, or eagerness to do something.
Brief Definitions of the Antonym(s)
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Ready, eager, or prepared to do something.
She was willing to help her friend move to a new apartment.
Feeling enthusiastic or impatient about something.
The children were eager to open their Christmas presents.
Having or showing intense excitement, interest, or approval.
The audience was enthusiastic about the band's performance and cheered loudly.
How are these antonyms different from each other?
- 1Willing describes a readiness or preparedness to do something.
- 2Eager conveys a sense of enthusiasm or impatience about something.
- 3Enthusiastic denotes an intense excitement, interest, or approval.
Good things to know
- 1Express Readiness: Use willing to indicate that you are ready or prepared to do something.
- 2Show Enthusiasm: Use eager and enthusiastic to express excitement or interest in something.
- 3Encourage Participation: Use these antonyms to encourage others to participate in activities or events.