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Crowded vs Populous - What's the difference?

crowded | populous |


As adjectives the difference between crowded and populous

is that crowded is containing too many of something; teeming while populous is having a large population.

As a verb crowded

is (crowd).

Crowded vs Crowd - What's the difference?

crowded | crowd |


As verbs the difference between crowded and crowd

is that crowded is (crowd) while crowd is to press forward; to advance by pushing or crowd can be (obsolete|intransitive) to play on a crowd; to fiddle.

As an adjective crowded

is containing too many of something; teeming.

As a noun crowd is

a group of people congregated or collected into a close body without order or crowd can be (obsolete) a crwth, an ancient celtic plucked string instrument.

Crowded vs Hectic - What's the difference?

crowded | hectic |


As adjectives the difference between crowded and hectic

is that crowded is containing too many of something; teeming while hectic is pertaining to bodily reactions characterised by flushed or dry skin.

As a verb crowded

is (crowd).

As a noun hectic is

(obsolete) a hectic fever.

Busy vs Crowded - What's the difference?

busy | crowded |


As adjectives the difference between busy and crowded

is that busy is crowded with business or activities; having a great deal going on while crowded is containing too many of something; teeming.

As verbs the difference between busy and crowded

is that busy is to make somebody busy , to keep busy with, to occupy, to make occupied while crowded is (crowd).

As a noun busy

is a police officer.

Crowded vs Full - What's the difference?

crowded | full |


As adjectives the difference between crowded and full

is that crowded is containing too many of something; teeming while full is containing the maximum possible amount of that which can fit in the space available.

As verbs the difference between crowded and full

is that crowded is (crowd) while full is (of the moon) to become full or wholly illuminated or full can be to baptise or full can be to make cloth denser and firmer by soaking, beating and pressing, to waulk, walk.

As an adverb full is

(lb) quite; thoroughly; completely; exactly; entirely.

As a noun full is

utmost measure or extent; highest state or degree; the state, position, or moment of fullness; fill.

Cramped vs Crowded - What's the difference?

cramped | crowded |


As verbs the difference between cramped and crowded

is that cramped is (cramp) while crowded is (crowd).

As adjectives the difference between cramped and crowded

is that cramped is uncomfortably restricted in size, or financially while crowded is containing too many of something; teeming.

Congested vs Crowded - What's the difference?

congested | crowded |


As verbs the difference between congested and crowded

is that congested is (congest) while crowded is (crowd).

As an adjective crowded is

containing too many of something; teeming.

Crowded vs Uncrowded - What's the difference?

crowded | uncrowded |


As adjectives the difference between crowded and uncrowded

is that crowded is containing too many of something; teeming while uncrowded is not crowded.

As a verb crowded

is (crowd).

Crowded vs Spiss - What's the difference?

crowded | spiss |


As adjectives the difference between crowded and spiss

is that crowded is containing too many of something; teeming while spiss is (obsolete) thick; compact; dense; crowded.

As a verb crowded

is (crowd).

Crowded vs Serried - What's the difference?

crowded | serried |


As adjectives the difference between crowded and serried

is that crowded is containing too many of something; teeming while serried is crowded together in rows.

As a verb crowded

is (crowd).

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