brainy

Smarty vs Brainy - What's the difference?

smarty | brainy |


As a noun smarty

is an obnoxiously clever or quick-witted person; a smart aleck.

As an adjective brainy is

(informal) very intellectually capable.

Brainy vs Stupid - What's the difference?

brainy | stupid |


As adjectives the difference between brainy and stupid

is that brainy is (informal) very intellectually capable while stupid is lacking in intelligence or exhibiting the quality of having been done by someone lacking in intelligence.

As an adverb stupid is

(slang|dated) extremely.

As a noun stupid is

a stupid person; a fool.

Knowledgeable vs Brainy - What's the difference?

knowledgeable | brainy |


As adjectives the difference between knowledgeable and brainy

is that knowledgeable is having knowledge, especially of a particular subject while brainy is (informal) very intellectually capable.

Inteligent vs Brainy - What's the difference?

inteligent | brainy |


As adjectives the difference between inteligent and brainy

is that inteligent is intelligent while brainy is (informal) very intellectually capable.

Bookish vs Brainy - What's the difference?

bookish | brainy | Related terms |

Bookish is a related term of brainy.


As adjectives the difference between bookish and brainy

is that bookish is given to reading; fond of study; better acquainted with books than with people; learned from books while brainy is (informal) very intellectually capable.

Brainy vs Reasoning - What's the difference?

brainy | reasoning | Related terms |

Brainy is a related term of reasoning.


As an adjective brainy

is (informal) very intellectually capable.

As a noun reasoning is

action of the verb to reason .

As a verb reasoning is

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Wikidiffcom vs Brainy - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | brainy |


As an adjective brainy is

(informal) very intellectually capable.

Brainy vs Rational - What's the difference?

brainy | rational | Related terms |

Brainy is a related term of rational.


As adjectives the difference between brainy and rational

is that brainy is (informal) very intellectually capable while rational is capable of reasoning.

As a noun rational is

(mathematics) a rational number: a number that can be expressed as the quotient of two integers.

Studious vs Brainy - What's the difference?

studious | brainy | Related terms |

Studious is a related term of brainy.


As adjectives the difference between studious and brainy

is that studious is given to thought, or to the examination of subjects by contemplation; contemplative while brainy is (informal) very intellectually capable.

Scholarly vs Brainy - What's the difference?

scholarly | brainy | Related terms |

Scholarly is a related term of brainy.


As adjectives the difference between scholarly and brainy

is that scholarly is of or relating to scholars or scholarship while brainy is (informal) very intellectually capable.

As an adverb scholarly

is (us) in a scholarly manner.

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