For most of my life I've gone so far in the opposite direction that if I knew the antonym for hypochondria I'd employ it now.
I need an antonym for it, a way of describing a rather unfortunate concordance of events that leads to a horrible outcome rather than the pleasant coincidence that would normally befall.
Perfect if you enjoy the oxymoron of a synonym being an antonym .
Although this doesn't really translate into English, we nevertheless have a negative association between the liver and bravery, lexicalised in the antonym of bravery: ‘lily-livered’.
A term often used as an antonym to pluralism to describe a state in which politics, society, and economy are all subject to the control of an elite or a party.
Rather, ‘poor’ is used in a medieval sense as an antonym to ‘powerful.’
Connoisseurs of the interesting - whose antonym is the boring - appreciate clash, not harmony.
What exactly are the differences between synonyms, antonyms , and homonyms?
The intention has not been to define or discriminate them, but to arrange them in synonymous and antonymous groups; it serves as both a word-finder and a prompter of the memory regarding words one knows but could not recall to mind.
Antonymous pairs have previously been described and categorized in terms of gradability, reciprocity, inverseness and so on.