adulate

Effusive vs Adulate - What's the difference?

effusive | adulate |


As an adjective effusive

is gushy; unrestrained, extravagant or excessive (in emotional expression).

As a verb adulate is

to flatter effusively.

Adulate vs Admire - What's the difference?

adulate | admire |


As verbs the difference between adulate and admire

is that adulate is to flatter effusively while admire is .

Adore vs Adulate - What's the difference?

adore | adulate |


As verbs the difference between adore and adulate

is that adore is while adulate is to flatter effusively.

Praise vs Adulate - What's the difference?

praise | adulate |


As verbs the difference between praise and adulate

is that praise is to give praise to while adulate is to flatter effusively.

As a noun praise

is commendation; favourable representation in words.

Compliment vs Adulate - What's the difference?

compliment | adulate | Synonyms |

Compliment is a synonym of adulate.


As verbs the difference between compliment and adulate

is that compliment is (ambitransitive) to pay a compliment (to); to express a favorable opinion (of) while adulate is to flatter effusively.

As a noun compliment

is an expression of praise, congratulation, encouragement, or respect.

Adulterate vs Adulate - What's the difference?

adulterate | adulate |


As verbs the difference between adulterate and adulate

is that adulterate is to corrupt while adulate is to flatter effusively.

As an adjective adulterate

is tending to commit adultery.

Adulate vs Commend - What's the difference?

adulate | commend | Related terms |

Adulate is a related term of commend.


As verbs the difference between adulate and commend

is that adulate is to flatter effusively while commend is to congratulate or reward.

As a noun commend is

(obsolete) commendation; praise.

Adulate vs Ingratiate - What's the difference?

adulate | ingratiate |


As verbs the difference between adulate and ingratiate

is that adulate is to flatter effusively while ingratiate is (reflexive) to bring oneself into favour with someone by flattering or trying to please him or her.

Adulate vs Toady - What's the difference?

adulate | toady |


As verbs the difference between adulate and toady

is that adulate is to flatter effusively while toady is to behave like a toady (to someone).

As a noun toady is

a sycophant who flatters others to gain personal advantage.

Adulate - What does it mean?

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