Synonyms of firm in English

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adjective

1‘the ground is fairly firm’

SYNONYMS
hard, solid, unyielding, resistant
solidified, hardened
compacted, compressed, condensed, dense, close-grained
stiff, rigid, inflexible, inelastic
walkable
congealed, frozen, set, gelled
stony, steely
literary adamantine
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soft, yielding

2‘no building can stand without firm foundations’

SYNONYMS
secure, secured, stable, steady, strong, sturdy, fixed, fast, set, taut, established, tight
immovable, irremovable, unshakeable
stationary, motionless
anchored, moored, rooted, embedded
riveted, braced, cemented, nailed, tied
ANTONYMS

unstable

3‘a firm handshake’

SYNONYMS
strong, vigorous, forceful, vice-like, sturdy, robust
ANTONYMS

limp

4‘I was very firm about what I wanted to do’

SYNONYMS
resolute, determined, decided, resolved, steadfast
adamant, assertive, emphatic, insistent, single-minded, in earnest, whole-hearted
unfaltering, unwavering, unflinching, unswerving, unyielding, unbending, inflexible, obdurate, obstinate, stubborn, intransigent
implacable, relentless, unrelenting, hard-line, strict, unmalleable
strong-willed, dominant, domineering
committed, dyed-in-the-wool, through-and-through, seasoned, hardened
ANTONYMS

irresolute

5‘she became a firm friend of the couple’

SYNONYMS
close, good, boon, intimate, confidential, inseparable, dear, special, fast, valued, treasured, cherished
constant, enduring, abiding, devoted, loving, faithful, durable, reliable, deep-rooted, long-standing, long-lasting, steady, steadfast, stable, staunch
ANTONYMS

distant

6‘she had no firm plans for the next day’

SYNONYMS
definite, fixed, settled, decided, established, confirmed, agreed, exact, clear-cut, concrete, hard and fast
unalterable, unchangeable, irreversible, writ in stone
ANTONYMS

indefinite


Synonyms of firm in English

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firm2


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noun

1‘a law firm’

SYNONYMS
company, business, concern, enterprise, venture, undertaking, house, establishment, organization, corporation, conglomerate, franchise, cooperative, office, bureau, service, agency, practice, partnership, consortium, syndicate
informal outfit, set-up, shop