Synonyms for Automatic:
adj.•done by habit (adjective)
reflex, unforced, intuitive, unintentional, involuntary, perfunctory, unconscious, habitual, unthinking.
•done or made by machine (adjective)
electric, electronic, self-moving, self-regulating, mechanical, motorized, automated.
premeditated, unforced, habitual, unintentional, intuitive, mechanical, unconscious, deliberate, unthinking.
n.arbitrary, coincidental, unintended, by accident, impromptu, random, accidental. by virtue of something, accordingly, as a consequence/in consequence, therefore, planned, thus, knock on, unpremeditated, ensuing, From, consequently, hence. 045, air gun, air rifle, concern, carbine, derringer, cannon, mechanical, bb gun, perfunctory, bazooka, blunderbuss. built, clever, automatically, clockwork, auxiliary, broken, clean, analog, cordless. loaded, Rapid-fire, double-barreled. cruiser, estate, compact, dragster, convertible, coupe, demo, cabriolet, classic car. •artifact (noun)
automatic rifle, machine rifle.
self-acting, self-moving, machine-controlled, self-winding, semiautomatic, self-locking, robotlike, automatonlike, self-activating, automatic rifle, self-loading, reflex, automatic pistol, automated, involuntary, machine-driven, machine rifle, autoloading, machinelike, reflexive, self-regulating.
mechanical, unintended, unthinking, reflexive, involuntary, intuitive, unintentional, habitual, reflex, unconscious, unforced.
cabriolet, bazooka, cannon, air gun, cordless, intuitive, blunderbuss, loaded, habitual, air rifle, built, derringer, Rapid-fire, classic car, bb gun, coupe, carbine. compact, broken, cruiser, motorized, convertible, double-barreled, unpremeditated, analog, perfunctory, automatically. auxiliary, electric. clever, demo. estate. •mechanical
Usage examples for automatic
At his approach, she paused in her task and stood waiting for him, with the expression of interested, if automatic attention, which appeared on her face, as in answer to some secret spring, whenever she was invited to perform the delicate part of a listener. – The Miller Of Old Church by Ellen Glasgow