more promising

[ prom-uh-sing ]SEE DEFINITION OF more promising

Antonyms for more promising

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We could not possibly have lighted on a more promising place.

Where can we find a more promising body of sowers of the grain?

Never to outward seeming was there more promising material to work on.

No sounder proposition or more promising one could have been put forward.

The other book, that dealing with definitions of things, is more promising.

The bees or the ants might have seemed to us more promising.

There never was a more promising recruit or a more receptive one.

Fortunately he had a younger brother who was more promising.

More promising materials for a tragedy could not have been collated.

The more I thought over the thing the more promising it looked.

WORD ORIGIN

"showing signs of future excellence," c.1600, present participle adjective from promise (v.). Related: Promisingly.