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Heavy vs Bustling - What's the difference?

heavy | bustling |


As nouns the difference between heavy and bustling

is that heavy is a villain or bad guy; the one responsible for evil or aggressive acts while bustling is a bustle; a busy stir.

As verbs the difference between heavy and bustling

is that heavy is to make heavier while bustling is .

As an adjective heavy

is (of a physical object) having great weight or heavy can be having the heaves.

As an adverb heavy

is heavily.

Busyness vs Bustling - What's the difference?

busyness | bustling |


As nouns the difference between busyness and bustling

is that busyness is (us) the state of being busy while bustling is a bustle; a busy stir.

As a verb bustling is

.

Noisy vs Bustling - What's the difference?

noisy | bustling |


As an adjective noisy

is making a noise, especially a loud sound; clamorous; vociferous; turbulent; boisterous; as, the noisy crowd.

As a verb bustling is

.

As a noun bustling is

a bustle; a busy stir.

Congestion vs Bustling - What's the difference?

congestion | bustling |


As nouns the difference between congestion and bustling

is that congestion is congestion while bustling is a bustle; a busy stir.

As a verb bustling is

.

Bustling vs Vibrant - What's the difference?

bustling | vibrant |


As nouns the difference between bustling and vibrant

is that bustling is a bustle; a busy stir while vibrant is trill.

As a verb bustling

is .

Boisterous vs Bustling - What's the difference?

boisterous | bustling |


As an adjective boisterous

is full of energy; exuberant; noisy.

As a verb bustling is

.

As a noun bustling is

a bustle; a busy stir.

Hectic vs Bustling - What's the difference?

hectic | bustling |


As nouns the difference between hectic and bustling

is that hectic is (obsolete) a hectic fever while bustling is a bustle; a busy stir.

As an adjective hectic

is pertaining to bodily reactions characterised by flushed or dry skin.

As a verb bustling is

.

Bustling vs Fussy - What's the difference?

bustling | fussy |


As a verb bustling

is .

As a noun bustling

is a bustle; a busy stir.

As an adjective fussy is

anxious or particular about petty details.

Bustling - What does it mean?

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Crowded vs Bustling - What's the difference?

crowded | bustling |


As verbs the difference between crowded and bustling

is that crowded is (crowd) while bustling is .

As an adjective crowded

is containing too many of something; teeming.

As a noun bustling is

a bustle; a busy stir.

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