courtier

Courtier vs Sponger - What's the difference?

courtier | sponger |


As nouns the difference between courtier and sponger

is that courtier is a person in attendance at a royal court while sponger is one who uses a sponge.

Attendant vs Courtier - What's the difference?

attendant | courtier |


As nouns the difference between attendant and courtier

is that attendant is one who attends; one who works with or watches something while courtier is a person in attendance at a royal court.

As an adjective attendant

is going with; associated; concomitant.

Courtier vs Courier - What's the difference?

courtier | courier |


As a noun courtier

is a person in attendance at a royal court.

As a proper noun courier is

a monospace font that resembles the characters produced by a typewriter.

Courtlier vs Courtier - What's the difference?

courtlier | courtier |


As an adjective courtlier

is (courtly).

As a noun courtier is

a person in attendance at a royal court.

Courtiery vs Courtier - What's the difference?

courtiery | courtier |


As nouns the difference between courtiery and courtier

is that courtiery is (obsolete) the manners of a courtier; courtliness while courtier is a person in attendance at a royal court.

Courter vs Courtier - What's the difference?

courter | courtier |


As nouns the difference between courter and courtier

is that courter is one who courts; one who plays the lover, or solicits in marriage while courtier is a person in attendance at a royal court.

Courtier vs Courtesan - What's the difference?

courtier | courtesan |


As nouns the difference between courtier and courtesan

is that courtier is a person in attendance at a royal court while courtesan is (archaic) a woman of a royal or noble court.

Courtier vs Courtling - What's the difference?

courtier | courtling |


As nouns the difference between courtier and courtling

is that courtier is a person in attendance at a royal court while courtling is (obsolete) a sycophantic courtier.

Courtier vs Courtierly - What's the difference?

courtier | courtierly |


As a noun courtier

is a person in attendance at a royal court.

As an adjective courtierly is

befitting a courtier.

Courtier vs Courtierlike - What's the difference?

courtier | courtierlike |


As a noun courtier

is a person in attendance at a royal court.

As an adjective courtierlike is

resembling a courtier or some aspect of one.

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