Synonyms of neutral in English:

neutral


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adjective

1‘Dorothy has no axe to grind. She's completely neutral’

SYNONYMS
impartial, unbiased, unprejudiced, objective, without favouritism, open-minded, non-partisan, non-discriminatory, disinterested, even-handed, equitable, fair, fair-minded, dispassionate, detached, impersonal, unemotional, clinical, indifferent, removed
uninvolved, uncommitted
ANTONYMS

biased, partisan

2‘during the Second World War Portugal remained neutral’

SYNONYMS
unaligned, non-aligned, unaffiliated, unallied, non-allied, non-participating, uninvolved, non-interventionist
non-combatant, non-belligerent, non-combative, non-fighting, anti-war
ANTONYMS

combatant, belligerent

3‘she racked her brain desperately for a neutral topic of conversation’

SYNONYMS
inoffensive, bland, unobjectionable, unexceptionable, anodyne, unremarkable, ordinary, commonplace, run-of-the-mill, everyday
safe, harmless, innocuous
ANTONYMS

provocative, offensive

4‘a neutral background will make any small splash of colour stand out’

SYNONYMS
pale, pastel, light-toned
beige, cream, taupe, oatmeal, ecru, buff, fawn, grey, greige, sand, stone-coloured, stone, mushroom, putty
colourless, uncoloured, washed out, indefinite, indistinct, indeterminate, neither one thing nor the other, insipid, nondescript, toneless, dull, drab
rare achromatic, achromic
ANTONYMS

bright, colourful