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synonyms for in-correct

  • awkward
  • erroneous
  • false
  • ill-advised
  • imprudent
  • inaccurate
  • inadmissible
  • inappropriate
  • incorrect
  • irregular
  • unwarranted
  • wrong
  • abnormal
  • at odds
  • bad form
  • discordant
  • discrepant
  • ill-timed
  • inadvisable
  • inapplicable
  • inapposite
  • inapt
  • incongruous
  • inexpedient
  • infelicitous
  • inharmonious
  • inopportune
  • ludicrous
  • malapropos
  • odd
  • off-base
  • out of place
  • out-of-season
  • preposterous
  • unapt
  • unbefitting
  • uncalled-for
  • uncomely
  • undue
  • unfit
  • unfitting
  • unseasonable
  • unsuitable
  • unsuited
  • untimely

antonyms for in-correct

MOST RELEVANT
  • OK
  • acceptable
  • accurate
  • appropriate
  • correct
  • honest
  • reasonable
  • right
  • suitable
  • true
  • valid
  • wise
  • decent
  • fitting
  • formal
  • good
  • moral
  • proper
  • uncorrupt
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