Antonyms for bantams

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The largest are the tall Cochin Chinas; the smallest the pert little Bantams.

In vain these bantams stormed and raved, and entreated and blubbered.

The rabbits are Ned's, and the bantams outside are Stuffy's.

I must certainly go with you to see the bantams after breakfast.

I am certain they are going to take you to see the bantams, now aren't they?

They were the Bantams who told me of the Anglican padre at Longueval.

I only got my bantams at Easter, and these are their first eggs.

He has not yet outgrown his guinea-pigs, and his bantams, his squirrels, and his litter of puppies.

She gave me an account of the number of my pheasants and bantams; and I said, they should be my own care twice or thrice a day.

No self-respectin' gent would bring up 'is bantams in that line nowadays.