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  • adj.favorite
  • nounfavorite thing, person
  • verbstroke fondly

synonyms for pet

  • cherished
  • darling
  • dear
  • dearest
  • endearing
  • favored
  • loved
  • preferred
  • special
  • affectionate
  • precious
See also synonyms for: pets / petted / petting
  • dog
  • lover
  • treasure
  • beloved
  • cat
  • darling
  • dear
  • evergreen
  • idol
  • jewel
  • love
  • apple of one's eye
  • persona grata
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antonyms for pet

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  • common
  • disfavored
  • hated
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    WORDS RELATED TO PET

    • beast
    • being
    • brute
    • creature
    • critter
    • invertebrate
    • living thing
    • mutt
    • pet
    • stray
    • varmint
    • vertebrate
    • wild thing
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