Definition of Sterling:

  1. Short name for the UK currency Pound Sterling (£) as distinct from other currencies named pound. Its name comes from the Norman era (13th to 15th centuries) silver pennies with a small star (sterling in Middle English) engraved on their face.

  2. British money.

  3. (of a person or their work, efforts, or qualities) excellent or valuable.

Synonyms of Sterling

Christian, Admirable, And pence, Authentic, Blameless, Bona fide, Candid, Capital, Card-carrying, Cash, Circulating medium, Clean, Coinage, Coined liberty, Cold cash, Creditable, Currency, Decent, Dinkum, Divine, Dollars, Emergency money, ■■■■■, Estimable, Ethical, Excellent, Exceptional, Exquisite, Fair, Filthy lucre, Financial, Fine, First-class, Fiscal, Following the letter, Fractional currency, Full of integrity, Genuine, Gilt-edged, Glorious, Gold, Golden, Good, Hard cash, Hard currency, Heavenly, High-minded, High-principled, Highly respectable, Honest, Honest-to-God, Honorable, Immaculate, Immense, Inartificial, Incomparable, Inviolate, Irreproachable, Just, Law-abiding, Law-loving, Law-revering, Lawful, Legal tender, Legitimate, Lifelike, Literal, Lucre, Magnificent, Mammon, Managed currency, Manly, Marvelous, Matchless, Medium of exchange, Mintage, Monetary, Money, Moral, Natural, Naturalistic, Necessity money, Noble, Nonpareil, Numismatic, Nummary, Original, Pecuniary, Peerless, Pelf, Postage currency, Postal currency, Pounds, Principled, Pure, Real, Realistic, Reputable, Respectable, Right, Right-minded, Righteous, Rightful, Scrip, Sensational, Shillings, Silver, Simon-pure, Simple, Sincere, Soft currency, Specie, Splendid, Splendiferous, Spotless, Stainless, Sumptuary, Super, Superb, Supereminent, Superexcellent, Superfine, Superior, Superlative, Sure-enough, Terrific, The almighty dollar, The wherewith, The wherewithal, Tremendous, True, True to life, True to nature, True to reality, True-dealing, True-devoted, True-disposing, True-souled, True-spirited, Truehearted, Unadulterated, Unaffected, Unassumed, Unassuming, Unblemished, Uncolored, Unconcocted, Uncopied, Uncorrupt, Uncorrupted, Uncounterfeited, Undefiled, Undisguised, Undisguising, Undistorted, Unexaggerated, Unfabricated, Unfanciful, Unfeigned, Unfeigning, Unfictitious, Unflattering, Unimagined, Unimitated, Unimpeachable, Uninvented, Unpretended, Unpretending, Unqualified, Unromantic, Unsimulated, Unspecious, Unspotted, Unstained, Unsullied, Unsynthetic, Untarnished, Unvarnished, Upright, Uprighteous, Upstanding, Verbal, Verbatim, Veridical, Verisimilar, Very good, Virtuous, Wonderful, Word-for-word, Worthy, Yeomanly, Excellent, First-rate, First-class, Exceptional, Outstanding, Splendid, Superlative, Of the first order, Of the highest order, Of the first water, Magnificent, Wonderful, Fine, Great, Praiseworthy, Laudable, Admirable

How to use Sterling in a sentence?

  1. This organization does sterling work for youngsters.
  2. Prices in sterling are shown.

Meaning of Sterling & Sterling Definition


What Does Sterling Mean?

  • For example, the British base currency. Lb.

Meanings of Sterling

  1. Best or Valuable (for a person or for his work, effort or quality.)

Sentences of Sterling

  1. Pound sterling prices provided

  2. This organization does an amazing job for young people


Sterling Meanings:

  • The UK's main currency, for example. lb.