bumptious

Bumptious vs Outrageous - What's the difference?

bumptious | outrageous | Related terms |

Bumptious is a related term of outrageous.


As adjectives the difference between bumptious and outrageous

is that bumptious is obtrusively pushy; self-assertive to a pretentious extreme while outrageous is cruel, violating morality or decency; provoking indignation or affront.

Dashing vs Bumptious - What's the difference?

dashing | bumptious | Related terms |

Dashing is a related term of bumptious.


As adjectives the difference between dashing and bumptious

is that dashing is spirited, audacious and full of high spirits while bumptious is obtrusively pushy; self-assertive to a pretentious extreme.

As a verb dashing

is .

As a noun dashing

is the action of the verb to dash.

Cavalier vs Bumptious - What's the difference?

cavalier | bumptious | Related terms |

Cavalier is a related term of bumptious.


As adjectives the difference between cavalier and bumptious

is that cavalier is not caring enough about something important while bumptious is obtrusively pushy; self-assertive to a pretentious extreme.

As a noun cavalier

is a military man serving on horse.

Impertinent vs Bumptious - What's the difference?

impertinent | bumptious | Related terms |

Impertinent is a related term of bumptious.


As adjectives the difference between impertinent and bumptious

is that impertinent is insolent, ill-mannered while bumptious is obtrusively pushy; self-assertive to a pretentious extreme.

As a noun impertinent

is an impertinent individual.

Wikidiffcom vs Bumptious - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | bumptious |


As an adjective bumptious is

obtrusively pushy; self-assertive to a pretentious extreme.

Officious vs Bumptious - What's the difference?

officious | bumptious |


As adjectives the difference between officious and bumptious

is that officious is (obsolete) obliging, attentive, eager to please while bumptious is obtrusively pushy; self-assertive to a pretentious extreme.

Bumptious vs Overbearing - What's the difference?

bumptious | overbearing | Related terms |

Bumptious is a related term of overbearing.


As adjectives the difference between bumptious and overbearing

is that bumptious is obtrusively pushy; self-assertive to a pretentious extreme while overbearing is overly bossy, domineering, or arrogant.

Impolite vs Bumptious - What's the difference?

impolite | bumptious | Related terms |

Impolite is a related term of bumptious.


As adjectives the difference between impolite and bumptious

is that impolite is not polite; not of polished manners; wanting in good manners while bumptious is obtrusively pushy; self-assertive to a pretentious extreme.

Breezy vs Bumptious - What's the difference?

breezy | bumptious | Related terms |

Breezy is a related term of bumptious.


As adjectives the difference between breezy and bumptious

is that breezy is with a breeze blowing, with a lively wind, pleasantly windy while bumptious is obtrusively pushy; self-assertive to a pretentious extreme.

Trifling vs Bumptious - What's the difference?

trifling | bumptious | Related terms |

Trifling is a related term of bumptious.


As adjectives the difference between trifling and bumptious

is that trifling is trivial, or of little importance while bumptious is obtrusively pushy; self-assertive to a pretentious extreme.

As a noun trifling

is the act of one who trifles; frivolous behaviour.

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