Synonyms of decent in English:

decent


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adjective

1‘they deserve a decent burial’

SYNONYMS
proper, correct, appropriate, apt, apposite, fitting, fit, befitting, right, suitable, respectable, dignified, becoming, decorous, seemly, modest, nice, tasteful, in good taste, refined, genteel
conventional, accepted, approved, standard, traditional, orthodox
comme il faut
British informal pukka
ANTONYMS

indecent

2‘he was a devoted husband and a very decent chap’

SYNONYMS
honourable, honest, trustworthy, dependable, worthy, respectable, upright, clean-living, incorrupt, virtuous, good, ethical, moral
obliging, helpful, accommodating, indulgent, unselfish, altruistic, generous, kind, kindly, thoughtful, considerate, courteous, civil, polite, well mannered, neighbourly, hospitable, pleasant, agreeable, amiable
informal squeaky clean
dated mannerly
rare regardful
ANTONYMS

disobliging, dishonest

3‘she's trying to find a job with decent pay’

SYNONYMS
satisfactory, reasonable, fair, acceptable, adequate, sufficient, sufficiently good, good enough, ample, up to scratch, up to the mark, up to standard, up to par, competent, not bad, all right, average, tolerable, passable, suitable
informal OK, okay, up to snuff
ANTONYMS

unsatisfactory