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Ardent vs Enthused - What's the difference?

ardent | enthused |


As an adjective ardent

is full of ardor; fervent, passionate.

As a verb enthused is

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Acrimonious vs Ardent - What's the difference?

acrimonious | ardent | Related terms |

Acrimonious is a related term of ardent.


As adjectives the difference between acrimonious and ardent

is that acrimonious is angry, acid, and sharp in delivering argumentative replies: bitter; mean-spirited; sharp in language or tone while ardent is full of ardor; fervent, passionate.

Vie vs Ardent - What's the difference?

vie | ardent |


As a verb vie

is to rival; to struggle for superiority; to contend; to compete eagerly so as to gain something.

As an adjective ardent is

full of ardor; fervent, passionate.

Afflictive vs Ardent - What's the difference?

afflictive | ardent | Related terms |

Afflictive is a related term of ardent.


As adjectives the difference between afflictive and ardent

is that afflictive is that causes physical or mental pain while ardent is full of ardor; fervent, passionate.

Ardent vs Sarcastic - What's the difference?

ardent | sarcastic | Related terms |

Ardent is a related term of sarcastic.


As adjectives the difference between ardent and sarcastic

is that ardent is full of ardor; fervent, passionate while sarcastic is sarcastic.

Ardent vs Egregious - What's the difference?

ardent | egregious | Related terms |

Ardent is a related term of egregious.


As adjectives the difference between ardent and egregious

is that ardent is full of ardor; fervent, passionate while egregious is exceptional, conspicuous, outstanding, most usually in a negative fashion.

Energetic vs Ardent - What's the difference?

energetic | ardent | Related terms |

Energetic is a related term of ardent.


As adjectives the difference between energetic and ardent

is that energetic is possessing, exerting, or displaying energy while ardent is full of ardor; fervent, passionate.

Prompt vs Ardent - What's the difference?

prompt | ardent | Related terms |

Prompt is a related term of ardent.


As adjectives the difference between prompt and ardent

is that prompt is (archaic) ready, willing (to act) while ardent is full of ardor; fervent, passionate.

As a noun prompt

is a reminder or cue.

As a verb prompt

is to lead someone toward what they should say or do.

Ardent vs Breezy - What's the difference?

ardent | breezy | Related terms |

Ardent is a related term of breezy.


As adjectives the difference between ardent and breezy

is that ardent is full of ardor; fervent, passionate while breezy is with a breeze blowing, with a lively wind, pleasantly windy.

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