VIBE: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for VIBE?

Need another word that means the same as “vibe”? Find 25 synonyms and 30 related words for “vibe” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Vibe” are: vibration, ambience, aura, climate, air, mood, feel, feeling, character, tone, overtone, undertone, tenor, spirit, quality, aspect, element, undercurrent, flavour, colour, colouring, look, impression, suggestion, emanation

Vibe as a Noun

Definitions of "Vibe" as a noun

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “vibe” as a noun can have the following definitions:

  • A distinctive emotional aura experienced instinctively.
  • A person's emotional state or the atmosphere of a place as communicated to and felt by others.

Synonyms of "Vibe" as a noun (25 Words)

airAir regarded as necessary for breathing.
An air of mystery.
ambienceQuality or character given to a sound recording by the space in which the sound occurs.
The relaxed ambience of the cocktail lounge is popular with guests.
aspectThe visual percept of a region.
The financial aspect can be overstressed.
auraThe distinctive atmosphere or quality that seems to surround and be generated by a person, thing, or place.
Emotional mental and spiritual levels form an energy field around the body known as the aura.
characterA person seen in terms of a particular aspect of character.
He is a man of character.
climateA region with a particular climate.
The climate of opinion.
colourAny of the major conventional colours used in coats of arms gules vert sable azure purpure especially as opposed to the metals furs and stains.
Discrimination on the basis of colour.
colouringThe process of changing the colour of something by painting, dyeing, or shading it.
Food colouring.
elementEach of more than one hundred substances that cannot be chemically interconverted or broken down into simpler substances and are primary constituents of matter Each element is distinguished by its atomic number i e the number of protons in the nuclei of its atoms.
It was the element of danger he loved in flying.
emanation(theology) the origination of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost.
She saw the insults as emanations of his own tortured personality.
feelFeelings of heightened emotion.
Nylon cloth with a cotton feel.
feelingThe emotional side of someone’s character; emotional responses or tendencies to respond.
A feeling of joy.
flavourA substance used to alter or enhance the taste of food or drink a flavouring.
Whitewashed walls and red roof tiles gave the resort a Mediterranean flavour.
impressionAn impressionistic portrayal of a person.
Her courtesy had made a good impression.
lookAn expression of a feeling or thought by looking.
He had charm good looks and an amusing insouciance.
moodAn angry, irritable, or sullen state of mind.
A concept album which captures the mood of modern times.
overtoneA component of any oscillation whose frequency is an integral multiple of the fundamental frequency.
Overtones of despair.
qualityA degree or grade of excellence or worth.
Commanding the admiration of people of quality.
spiritA volatile liquid, especially a fuel, prepared by distillation.
He was a leading spirit in the conference.
suggestionPersuasion formulated as a suggestion.
At my suggestion the museum held an exhibition of his work.
tenorAn adult male with a tenor voice.
Although I disagreed with him I could follow the tenor of his argument.
toneA musical interval of two semitones.
A reduction of muscle tone.
undercurrentA subdued emotional quality underlying an utterance; implicit meaning.
Racial undercurrents.
undertoneA pale or subdued color.
The sexual undertones of most advertising.
vibration(physics) a regular periodic variation in value about a mean.
Molecular vibrations.

Usage Examples of "Vibe" as a noun

  • We've been picking up some bad vibes on that guy.
  • It gave me a nostalgic vibe.

Associations of "Vibe" (30 Words)

aftershockA smaller earthquake following the main shock of a large earthquake.
alarmFill with apprehension or alarm cause to be unpleasantly surprised.
They disabled the alarm and used a glass cutter to get in.
careenMove swiftly and in an uncontrolled way.
A heavy flood tide caused my vessel to careen dizzily.
commotionCivil insurrection.
A commotion of people fought for the exits.
earthquakeShaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting from underground movement along a fault plane or from volcanic activity.
Selling the company caused an earthquake among the employees.
flicker(of an emotion) be felt or shown briefly or faintly.
The interior lights flickered and came on.
flutterAn act of fluttering.
Her insides were in a flutter.
gyroscopeA device consisting of a wheel or disc mounted so that it can spin rapidly about an axis which is itself free to alter in direction The orientation of the axis is not affected by tilting of the mounting so gyroscopes can be used to provide stability or maintain a reference direction in navigation systems automatic pilots and stabilizers.
oscillationA single complete execution of a periodically repeated phenomenon.
Electromagnetic oscillations.
palpitateShake with fast, tremulous movements.
His heart palpitated.
pulsateMove with or as if with a regular alternating motion.
Blood vessels throb and pulsate.
quakeAn earthquake.
A little quake of delayed shock nudged her.
quaverGive off unsteady sounds, alternating in amplitude or frequency.
I m not safe here am I she said in a quavering voice.
quiverCause (something) to make a slight rapid motion.
Juliet s lower lip quivered.
resonant(of sound) deep, clear, and continuing to sound or reverberate.
The sound of these instruments played in a resonant room is unforgettable.
seesawMove up and down as if on a seesaw.
shakeShake or vibrate rapidly and intensively.
I ve had this cold that I just can t shake.
shakingA shaky motion.
The shaking of his fingers as he lit his pipe.
shiverAn almost pleasurable sensation of fright.
They shivered in the damp foggy cold.
shudderAn act of shuddering.
The building cracked and shuddered.
teeterMove unsteadily, with a rocking motion.
She teetered after him in her high heeled sandals.
trembleA reflex motion caused by cold or fear or excitement.
There was a slight tremble in his voice.
tremorUndergo a tremor or tremors.
A tremor of unease.
tremulousQuivering as from weakness or fear.
Barbara s voice was tremulous.
upheavalA state of violent disturbance and disorder (as in politics or social conditions generally.
Major upheavals in the financial markets.
vacillateWaver between different opinions or actions; be indecisive.
I vacillated between teaching and journalism.
vibrate(of a pendulum) swing to and fro.
The bumblebee vibrated its wings for a few seconds.
vibrationAn oscillation of the parts of a fluid or an elastic solid whose equilibrium has been disturbed or of an electromagnetic wave.
The high frequencies of vibration in diamond.
waverMove hesitatingly, as if about to give way.
His love for her had never wavered.
wobbleTremble or shake.
The old cart wobbled down the street.

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