Synonyms for Trim:


clean (adjective)
edge (adjective)
modernized (adjective)
neat, orderly (adjective)
symmetrical, clean-cut, smart, fit, streamlined, compact, shipshape, tidy.
shapely (adjective)
comely, graceful, well-balanced, slender, willowy, beautiful.
symmetrical (adjective)


decor, detailing, overlay, embellishment, Patterning, border. freshen, gussy up, slick up, order, transform, make over, enhance, neaten, illuminate. anchor, shade, canoe, berth, boater, boating, bail out, Ahoy, beach, the Admiral's Cup, the America's Cup. bank, beautiful, ditch, deck, eject, captain, airlift, climb, buzz. hide, lay into, whip, attack, beat, shrivel, lash, flog, lick, reward, top-slice, halve, thrash. best, surmount, rout, win, blow-dry, comb, condition, barbershop, conquer, braid, backcomb, vanquish, prevail against, worst, comb out, ace, cornrow, master, crimp, defeat, overcome. chisel, rook, gyp, bilk, sting, defraud, cheat, swindle, honest, diddle, flimflam, gull, victimize, stick, fastidious, mulct, clean-shaven, take, cozen. circumstances (noun)
condition, health (noun)
decoration (noun)
embellishment, adornment, frill, border, trimming, garnish, gingerbread.
ornament (noun)
button, foofaraw, embroidery, badge, emblem, frill, decoration, gewgaw, adornment, flourish, Emblazonment, tinsel, gingerbread, trimming, finery, enrichment, filling, gaudiness.
ornamentation (noun)
state (noun)
trim (noun)
clipping, well-kept, cut, shipshape, tailored, pare, passementerie, trig, trim back, manicure, snip, lop, plain, clean-cut, cut down, prune, shave, dress, reduce, tidy, thin, lean, kempt, groomed, spare, trimness, crop, clip, trimming, bring down, cut back, trim down, garnish.
well-proportioned (noun)
fit, shapeless, streamlined, well-balanced, graceful, straggly, shapely, beautiful, comely, harmonious, handsome, slender, symmetrical, smart, disordered, delicate, classical.


beat, defeat (verb)
whip, thrash, lick.
beautify (verb)
beautify, bedeck, grace, enrich, prettify, dignify, adorn, embellish, decorate.
cheapen (verb)
mark down, belittle, devaluate, debase, devalue, cheapen, degrade, slash.
contact (verb)
cut shorter (verb)
cut, lop, shorten, truncate, cut back, shear, pare, abbreviate, clip, dock, cut down, prune, snip, shave, curtail, crop, bob.
decorate (verb)
emblazon, adorn, dress, bedeck, embellish, beautify, deck, ornament.
diminish (verb)
deplete, lessen, abridge, downgrade, shrink, bob, dwindle, contract, shear, nip, minimize, lighten, taper, curtail, cull, weed, condense, concentrate, crop, prune, compress, deflate, reduce, erode, diminish, clip, decrement, pare, truncate, abbreviate, shave, decrease, drain, shorten, compact.
ornament (verb)
gild, bedizen, festoon, dandify, garnish, crown, emblazon, ornament.
subtract (verb)
deduct, delete, lower, elide, subtract, discount, cut, dock, depreciate.

Other synonyms:

clean-shaven, dainty, sinewy, petite, willowy, detailing, bilk, diddle, decor. conquer, whip, graceful, flog, cozen, neaten, lash, wiry, vanquish, defraud, victimize, fastidious, embellishment, overcome, chisel. beat, mulct, lick, fit, freshen, illuminate, cheat, slender, chop, sting, worst. gyp, defeat, condition. thrash. delicate. order. smart. take. beautify
cut short
dress up
cut back.
truncate, abbreviate.
slick up.
Other relevant words:
condition, dress, trig, hide, neaten, lick, tidy, order, lop, thrash, smart, deck, clean-cut, comb, whip, shipshape.

Usage examples for trim

  1. Knowing that the vessel would not be found in sailing trim Preble had issued positive orders that no attempt should be made to capture her, but that she should be burned. – Stories of New Jersey by Frank Richard Stockton
  2. They keep in trim – The Wrong Twin by Harry Leon Wilson
  3. " The gossip, then, while I trim my nails. – The Grey Cloak by Harold MacGrath