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What is the opposite of fancy?

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Adjective
Opposite of sophisticated in a way that is intended to impress
“I just need some plain utensils for everyday use.”
Adjective
(cheap) Opposite of expensive in a way that is intended to impress
“We will have to settle for cheap accommodation during our trip to Europe.”
Adjective
(cheap) Opposite of expensive in a way that is intended to impress
“She would have to be considered the event's worst-dressed celebrity after showing up in a cheap dress.”
Adjective
(simple) Opposite of complex or complicated in nature
“Let's keep the objective simple and discuss the specifics later.”
Adjective
(simple) Opposite of complex or complicated in nature
“Just keep things simple for Robert to prevent any miscomprehension on his part.”
Adjective
Opposite of ostentatiously attractive or impressive
Adjective
Opposite of elegant and luxurious
Adjective
Opposite of unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude
Adjective
Opposite of having a stylish or refined appearance
Adjective
Opposite of serving or intended as an ornament
Adjective
Opposite of involving the use of exaggerated or flowery writing or language
Adjective
Opposite of well off, or not struggling financially
“They disenfranchised poor people by making property ownership a requirement for registering to vote.”
Adjective
Opposite of bearing good value, worth or reliability
“I will tell you in good faith, Sir, that this is a worthless investment, and your money is better spent elsewhere.”
Noun
Opposite of an unfounded or tentative belief or idea
“I can say with absolute certainty that we will reach our targets by the end of the year.”
Noun
Opposite of a superficial or transient feeling of liking or attraction
“I have a complete aversion to people with bad breath.”
Noun
Opposite of a sudden and unaccountable change of mood or behavior
Noun
Opposite of a sudden desire or change of mind, especially one that is unusual or unexplained
Noun
Opposite of a notion, impression or idea (of something)
Noun
Opposite of a sudden desire or change of mind, especially one that is unusual or unexplained
Noun
Opposite of a state of dreaming while awake
Noun
Opposite of a sudden desire or change of mind, especially one that is unusual or unexplained
Noun
Opposite of an impulsive or illogical desire
Noun
Opposite of a desire that appears inconceivable
“Now that I have some money in the bank, my desire to travel the world will become a reality soon enough.”
Noun
Opposite of a phenomenon that becomes popular for a very short time
Verb
Opposite of to think or suppose
“I doubt that you will ever have the fortune of winning the lottery in your lifetime.”
Verb
Opposite of to feel a desire or liking for
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“I would hate being on the losing team right now.”
Verb
Opposite of to find physically alluring
“I'm attracted to her good looks, but her bad habits really disgust me.”
Verb
Opposite of to form an understanding or conclusion from something
Verb
Opposite of to have a belief or opinion about something, sometimes irrationally
“I will distrust in the existence of any deity until science has proven otherwise.”
Verb
Opposite of to have a strong desire for
Verb
Opposite of to suppose to be the case, without proof
“These matters are of grave public concern and the people deserve to know the truth.”
Verb
Opposite of to conceive of or envisage in the mind
“Regardless of the obstacles in her path, she was tirelessly determined to actualize her vision for equality.”
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