Synonyms of tart in English

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tart1


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noun

1‘a jam tart’

SYNONYMS
pastry, flan, tartlet, quiche, strudel
pie, patty, pasty

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noun

1‘she was a tart I had picked up on a street corner’

SYNONYMS
prostitute, sex worker, call girl
male prostitute, rent boy, call boy, gigolo
euphemistic model, escort, masseuse
British tom
fille de joie
North American sporting girl, sporting lady, sporting woman
informal pro, moll, tail, brass nail, woman on the game, working girl, renter, toy boy
North American informal hooker, hustler
vulgar slang bumboy
derogatory whore, ho
North American derogatory chippy
derogatory puta
humorous grande horizontale, member of the oldest profession
dated streetwalker, woman of the streets, lady of the night, woman of the night, scarlet woman, cocotte
archaic courtesan, strumpet, harlot, trollop, wanton, woman of ill repute, lady of pleasure, Cyprian, doxy, drab, quean, trull, wench
rare sing-song girl, succubus

verb

1‘there isn't going to be much time to tart myself up’

SYNONYMS
dress oneself up, make oneself up, smarten oneself up, preen oneself, beautify oneself, groom oneself
informal doll oneself up, titivate oneself

2‘we must tart this place up a bit’

SYNONYMS
decorate, renovate, refurbish, redecorate, retouch, modernize
smarten up
informal do up, do over, fix up, give something a facelift

Synonyms of tart in English

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adjective

1‘cook a few tart apples’

SYNONYMS
sour, sharp, sharp-tasting, tangy, bitter, acid, acidic, zesty, piquant, pungent, strong, harsh, unsweetened, vinegary, lemony, citrus, burning, acrid, acetic
rare acidulous, acetous
ANTONYMS

sweet

2‘she regretted her rather tart reply’

SYNONYMS
acerbic, sharp, biting, cutting, keen, stinging, mordant, astringent, caustic, trenchant, incisive, pointed, piercing, bitter, barbed, scathing, sarcastic, sardonic, acrimonious, nasty, rude, vicious, spiteful, venomous, wounding
ANTONYMS

kind