rebelle synonyms and antonyms

disaffected

English ill affected, discontented, disgruntled, displeased, dissatisfied
French rebelle, mécontent

ill affected

English disaffected, rebellious, malcontent
French rebelle, mécontent

rebellious

English ill affected, insubordinate, disobedient, defiant, insurrectionary, mutinous, restive
French rebelle, rétif

rebelle

English ill affected, disaffected, recalicitrant, greyback, disobedient, insubordinate, wayward, rebellious, perverse, rebel, rogue
French anticonformiste, rétif

rebel

English ill affected, rebellious, greyback, rebel, mutinous, insurgent, maverick, arise, johnny reb, reb, defy, renegade, rise, rise up, turn
French rebelle, rebeller, mutin, renégat, révolter, se soulever

recalicitrant

French rebelle, rogue

wayward

English recalicitrant, perverse, willful
French rebelle, égaré

insubordinate

English rebellious, disobedient, mutinous, resistant, resistive
French rebelle, désobéissant

rogue

English recalicitrant, rogue, evil doer, fiend, knave, rapscallion, rascal, ruffian, scalawag, scallywag, varlet
French rebelle, rogue, canaille, coquin, fripouille, voyou, gredin, gueux, scareware, valet

greyback

English rebel, grayback, knot, johnny, johnny reb, reb
French rebelle, rebel, johnny, rebeller

disobedient

English insubordinate, rebellious, contumacious, unruly, restive
French rebelle, désobéissant

perverse

English wayward, awry, bolshie, contrary, iniquitous, obstinate, perverted
French rebelle, pervers, obstiné, égaré

rebelle antonyms

affable, docile, innocent, obedient, subordinate, obey, submit, amiable, friendly, lovable, submissive, teachable, tractable, yielding, accede, acquiesce, accessible, benign, bow, compliant, cordial, defer, disciplinable, amenable, foot soldier, genial, gentle, give in, listen, low level, squeamish, cherubic, fleeceable, innocuous, simpleton, victim, blameless, clean handed, dullard, guiltless, harmless, impeccable, inexperienced person, pure, sackless, destitute, impeccant, ingenuous, unacquainted, not guilty, dutiful, hearsome, hearken, polite, simple, sinless, suave, wotless, complaisant, openhearted, not proven, minor, posit, propose, put forward, state, subdue, resign, take, put in, render, present, relegate, dependent, lesser, inferior, hyponym, belittle, subsidiary, underling, yeoman, yield

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