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Irritating vs Bored - What's the difference?

irritating | bored |


As adjectives the difference between irritating and bored

is that irritating is causing irritation, annoyance or pain while bored is suffering from boredom.

As verbs the difference between irritating and bored

is that irritating is while bored is (bore).

Tiresome vs Bored - What's the difference?

tiresome | bored |


As adjectives the difference between tiresome and bored

is that tiresome is causing fatigue or boredom; wearisome while bored is suffering from boredom.

As a verb bored is

(bore).

Nonchalant vs Bored - What's the difference?

nonchalant | bored |


As adjectives the difference between nonchalant and bored

is that nonchalant is casually calm and relaxed while bored is suffering from boredom.

As a verb bored is

(bore).

Bored vs Satiated - What's the difference?

bored | satiated | Related terms |

Bored is a related term of satiated.


As verbs the difference between bored and satiated

is that bored is (bore) while satiated is (satiate).

As adjectives the difference between bored and satiated

is that bored is suffering from boredom while satiated is pleasantly satisfied or full, as with food.

Stale vs Bored - What's the difference?

stale | bored |


As an adverb stale

is always, all the time.

As a verb bored is

(bore).

As an adjective bored is

suffering from boredom.

Bored vs Disgusted - What's the difference?

bored | disgusted |


As verbs the difference between bored and disgusted

is that bored is (bore) while disgusted is (disgust).

As adjectives the difference between bored and disgusted

is that bored is suffering from boredom while disgusted is filled with disgust.

Menial vs Bored - What's the difference?

menial | bored |


As adjectives the difference between menial and bored

is that menial is of or relating to work normally performed by a servant while bored is suffering from boredom.

As a noun menial

is a servant, especially a domestic servant.

As a verb bored is

(bore).

Bored vs Miserable - What's the difference?

bored | miserable | Related terms |

Bored is a related term of miserable.


As adjectives the difference between bored and miserable

is that bored is suffering from boredom while miserable is destitute, impoverished.

As a verb bored

is (bore).

As a noun miserable is

wretch, scoundrel.

Annoied vs Bored - What's the difference?

annoied | bored |


As a verb bored is

(bore).

As an adjective bored is

suffering from boredom.

Annoy vs Bored - What's the difference?

annoy | bored |


As verbs the difference between annoy and bored

is that annoy is to disturb or irritate, especially by continued or repeated acts; to bother with unpleasant deeds while bored is (bore).

As a noun annoy

is a feeling of discomfort or vexation caused by what one dislikes.

As an adjective bored is

suffering from boredom.

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