Synonyms of out in English:

out


See definition of out

adjective

1‘I'm afraid she's out at the moment’

SYNONYMS
not here, not at home, not in, gone away, away, elsewhere, absent, away from one's desk
ANTONYMS

in

2‘the secret was soon out’

SYNONYMS
revealed, common knowledge, public knowledge, known, disclosed, divulged, exposed
ANTONYMS

unknown, secret

3‘the roses are out’

SYNONYMS
in flower, flowering, in bloom, in full bloom, blooming, in blossom, blossoming, open
ANTONYMS

in bud

4‘the book should be out by the end of the month’

SYNONYMS
available, obtainable, in the shops, published, in print, issued

5‘the fire was nearly out’

SYNONYMS
not burning, extinguished, no longer alight, quenched, doused, dead, defunct

6‘he was slightly out in his calculations’

SYNONYMS
mistaken, inaccurate, incorrect, wide of the mark, wrong, in error, off
ANTONYMS

spot on, accurate

7‘grunge is out’

SYNONYMS
no longer in fashion, out of fashion, unfashionable, out of style, dated, out of date, outdated, not in, behind the times
démodé, passé
informal old hat, not with it
Northern English informal antwacky
ANTONYMS

fashionable

8‘smoking is out and so is too much alcohol’

SYNONYMS
forbidden, not permitted, not allowed, proscribed, taboo, impermissible, unacceptable, not advisable
informal not on
ANTONYMS

permitted, ok


Phrases

    out cold


    SYNONYMS
    unconscious, knocked out, out for the count, KO'd, insensible, comatose, senseless
    informal kayoed, dead to the world
    British informal spark out
    rare soporose, soporous