What is the opposite of tiny?
What is the opposite of floor?
What is the opposite of doorbell?
If you approach those three questions like they are a math problem, you might say that the first two are easy and the third one can’t be answered. In order to play the Opposite Game, you must come up with opposites for many different words. So you must use a loose definition of “opposite.” Think of “opposite” as “somehow related, but definitely not the same.”
So what is the opposite of doorbell? Door knocker? Lonely? Dong-ding? Silence?…..
When you play the Opposite Game, the words that you come up with only have to make sense to you. For instance, if you have a water stain on your ceiling from when the roof leaked six years ago, you might say that the opposite of “floor” is “water stain” or “grey blob.” (Of course, you could also simply say “ceiling.”) Continue…