brunt

Blatant vs Brunt - What's the difference?

blatant | brunt |


As an adjective blatant

is bellowing, as a calf; bawling; brawling; clamoring; disagreeably clamorous; sounding loudly and harshly.

As a noun brunt is

the full adverse effects of; the chief consequences or negative results of a thing or event.

Brunt vs Most - What's the difference?

brunt | most |


As nouns the difference between brunt and most

is that brunt is the full adverse effects of; the chief consequences or negative results of a thing or event while most is bridge (construction or natural feature that spans a divide).

Brunt vs Impingement - What's the difference?

brunt | impingement |


As nouns the difference between brunt and impingement

is that brunt is the full adverse effects of; the chief consequences or negative results of a thing or event while impingement is the act of impinging.

Impulse vs Brunt - What's the difference?

impulse | brunt |


As nouns the difference between impulse and brunt

is that impulse is while brunt is the full adverse effects of; the chief consequences or negative results of a thing or event.

Brunt vs Pan - What's the difference?

brunt | pan |


As a noun brunt

is the full adverse effects of; the chief consequences or negative results of a thing or event.

As a numeral pan is

five.

Brunt vs Pain - What's the difference?

brunt | pain |


As nouns the difference between brunt and pain

is that brunt is the full adverse effects of; the chief consequences or negative results of a thing or event while pain is .

As an adverb pain is

towards, in/to the direction of.

Brunt vs Strength - What's the difference?

brunt | strength |


As nouns the difference between brunt and strength

is that brunt is the full adverse effects of; the chief consequences or negative results of a thing or event while strength is the quality or degree of being strong.

As a verb strength is

(obsolete) to give strength to; to strengthen.

Brunt vs Thrust - What's the difference?

brunt | thrust | Related terms |

Brunt is a related term of thrust.


As nouns the difference between brunt and thrust

is that brunt is the full adverse effects of; the chief consequences or negative results of a thing or event while thrust is (fencing) an attack made by moving the sword parallel to its length and landing with the point.

As a verb thrust is

(lb) to make advance with.

Effect vs Brunt - What's the difference?

effect | brunt | Related terms |

Effect is a related term of brunt.


As nouns the difference between effect and brunt

is that effect is the result or outcome of a cause see below while brunt is the full adverse effects of; the chief consequences or negative results of a thing or event.

As a verb effect

is to make or bring about; to implement.

Brunt vs Shock - What's the difference?

brunt | shock | Related terms |

Brunt is a related term of shock.


As nouns the difference between brunt and shock

is that brunt is the full adverse effects of; the chief consequences or negative results of a thing or event while shock is sudden, heavy impact or shock can be an arrangement of sheaves for drying, a stook.

As a verb shock is

to cause to be emotionally shocked or shock can be to collect, or make up, into a shock or shocks; to stook.

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