Antonyms for quests

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


We seem never to reach the ultimate origins or to find an end to our quests.

Of all their quests, this seemed the most vague and hopeless.

Next she asked me if there chanced to be any other African quests upon which I had set my mind.

Always command me, Miss Joyce, and I will always fly on your quests.

It is not he so much that makes the quests, as that the quests are made of him.

I was glad of this, being weary of quests for the time being.

His riddles and his quests, his ideals and delights are largely physical.

A kind of intermediary nymph—an enchantress indeed—who has assisted and advised him in his quests for the goddess.

He believed quite simply that it was the working of a law, not the breaking of one, which gave answer and led him in his quests.

Thus ended the three quests which followed the marriage of King Arthur and Guenever the fair.