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Abrupt vs Awkward - What's the difference?

abrupt | awkward |


As adjectives the difference between abrupt and awkward

is that abrupt is (obsolete|rare) broken away (from restraint) while awkward is lacking dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments.

As a verb abrupt

is (archaic) to tear off or asunder .

As a noun abrupt

is (poetic) something which is ; an abyss .

As an adverb awkward is

(obsolete) in a backwards direction.

Botched vs Awkward - What's the difference?

botched | awkward |


As adjectives the difference between botched and awkward

is that botched is clumsily made or repaired in an unacceptable or incompetent manner while awkward is lacking dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments.

As a verb botched

is (botch).

As an adverb awkward is

(obsolete) in a backwards direction.

Awkward vs Deadlocked - What's the difference?

awkward | deadlocked |


As an adverb awkward

is (obsolete) in a backwards direction.

As an adjective awkward

is lacking dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments.

As a verb deadlocked is

(deadlock).

Clamber vs Awkward - What's the difference?

clamber | awkward |


As a verb clamber

is to climb with some difficulty, or in a haphazard fashion.

As a noun clamber

is the act of clambering; a difficult or haphazard climb.

As an adverb awkward is

(obsolete) in a backwards direction.

As an adjective awkward is

lacking dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments.

Tactless vs Awkward - What's the difference?

tactless | awkward |


As adjectives the difference between tactless and awkward

is that tactless is having no tact; unaware or intentionally inconsiderate of someone else's feelings while awkward is lacking dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments.

As an adverb awkward is

(obsolete) in a backwards direction.

Awkward vs Ashamed - What's the difference?

awkward | ashamed |


As adjectives the difference between awkward and ashamed

is that awkward is lacking dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments while ashamed is feeling shame or guilt.

As an adverb awkward

is (obsolete) in a backwards direction.

As a verb ashamed is

(ashame).

Awkward vs Coward - What's the difference?

awkward | coward |


As an adverb awkward

is (obsolete) in a backwards direction.

As an adjective awkward

is lacking dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments.

As a proper noun coward is

.

Awkward vs Timid - What's the difference?

awkward | timid |


As adjectives the difference between awkward and timid

is that awkward is lacking dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments while timid is timid; shy.

As an adverb awkward

is (obsolete) in a backwards direction.

Smell vs Awkward - What's the difference?

smell | awkward |


As a noun smell

is a sensation, pleasant or unpleasant, detected by inhaling air (or, the case of water-breathing animals, water) carrying airborne molecules of a substance.

As a verb smell

is to sense a smell or smells.

As an adverb awkward is

(obsolete) in a backwards direction.

As an adjective awkward is

lacking dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments.

Awkward vs Awkward - What's the difference?

awkward | awkward |


As adverbs the difference between awkward and awkward

is that awkward is (obsolete) in a backwards direction while awkward is (obsolete) in a backwards direction.

As adjectives the difference between awkward and awkward

is that awkward is lacking dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments while awkward is lacking dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments.

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