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Obsolete vs Antic - What's the difference?

obsolete | antic | Related terms |

Obsolete is a related term of antic.


As adjectives the difference between obsolete and antic

is that obsolete is obsolete, deprecated (computing) while antic is ancient.

Ridiculous vs Antic - What's the difference?

ridiculous | antic | Related terms |

Ridiculous is a related term of antic.


As adjectives the difference between ridiculous and antic

is that ridiculous is deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd while antic is ancient.

Antic vs Old-fashioned - What's the difference?

antic | old-fashioned | Related terms |

Antic is a related term of old-fashioned.


As adjectives the difference between antic and old-fashioned

is that antic is ancient while old-fashioned is of a thing, outdated or no longer in vogue.

As a noun old-fashioned is

a whiskey-based cocktail.

Quirk vs Antic - What's the difference?

quirk | antic | Related terms |

Quirk is a related term of antic.


As a noun quirk

is an idiosyncrasy; a slight glitch, mannerism; something unusual about the manner or style of something or someone.

As a verb quirk

is (ambitransitive) to move with a wry jerk.

As an adjective antic is

ancient.

Humorous vs Antic - What's the difference?

humorous | antic | Related terms |

Humorous is a related term of antic.


As adjectives the difference between humorous and antic

is that humorous is full of humor or arousing laughter; funny while antic is ancient.

Sport vs Antic - What's the difference?

sport | antic | Related terms |

Sport is a related term of antic.


As a noun sport

is fun, pastime, sport.

As an adjective antic is

ancient.

Jocose vs Antic - What's the difference?

jocose | antic | Related terms |

Jocose is a related term of antic.


As adjectives the difference between jocose and antic

is that jocose is given to jest; habitually jolly while antic is ancient.

Merriment vs Antic - What's the difference?

merriment | antic | Related terms |

Merriment is a related term of antic.


As a noun merriment

is a state of enjoyable exuberance.

As an adjective antic is

ancient.

Impulse vs Antic - What's the difference?

impulse | antic | Related terms |

Impulse is a related term of antic.


As a noun impulse

is .

As an adjective antic is

ancient.

Antic vs Craze - What's the difference?

antic | craze | Related terms |

Antic is a related term of craze.


As an adjective antic

is ancient.

As a noun craze is

craziness; insanity.

As a verb craze is

to weaken; to impair; to render decrepit.

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