Harsh [adjective]

Definition of Harsh:

rough, crude (to the senses)

Opposite/Antonyms of Harsh:

Sentence/Example of Harsh:

First, LeBron James, Kawhi Leonard and several other stars went public with harsh criticism of the NBA’s decision to pursue an All-Star Game in March.

They used sophisticated tools, made art, and established themselves in some very harsh environments.

Look for heated mittens if you experience harsh wintersAlthough the best mittens come with a built-in warmth boost, in certain conditions, that might not be quite enough.

Between 29,000 and 14,000 years ago, a harsh Ice Age took hold.

His early prosecutorial appointments, however, do not show signs of worshipping a harsh Old Testament god.

After finding that George’s skin became irritated from contact with my clothes that contained harsh dyes, I was inspired to raise awareness for the importance of fabrics, not only for baby clothes but for the mother’s clothes, too.

Such disparities in testing access prompted a harsh public outcry, leading Silver to insist during a preseason news conference in December that the NBA would not “jump the line” to vaccinate players.

They keep my eyes safe from harsh chemical cleaners and sprays.

If I sound a tad harsh with you, it is because you have an important opening here.

The Kennedy inaugural nor’easter ushered in a prolonged period of harsh winter weather.