cursory

Indifferent vs Cursory - What's the difference?

indifferent | cursory | Related terms |

Indifferent is a related term of cursory.


As a verb indifferent

is .

As an adjective cursory is

hasty; superficial; careless.

Rough vs Cursory - What's the difference?

rough | cursory |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between rough and cursory

is that rough is (obsolete) boisterous weather while cursory is (obsolete) running about; not stationary.

As adjectives the difference between rough and cursory

is that rough is having a texture that has much friction not smooth; uneven while cursory is hasty; superficial; careless.

As a noun rough

is the unmowed part of a golf course.

As a verb rough

is to create in an approximate form.

As an adverb rough

is in a rough manner; rudely; roughly.

Discursive vs Cursory - What's the difference?

discursive | cursory | Related terms |

Discursive is a related term of cursory.


As adjectives the difference between discursive and cursory

is that discursive is (of speech or writing) tending to digress from the main point; rambling while cursory is hasty; superficial; careless.

Fugitive vs Cursory - What's the difference?

fugitive | cursory | Synonyms |

Fugitive is a synonym of cursory.


As adjectives the difference between fugitive and cursory

is that fugitive is fleeing or running away while cursory is hasty; superficial; careless.

As a noun fugitive

is a person who is fleeing or escaping from something, especially prosecution.

Inconstant vs Cursory - What's the difference?

inconstant | cursory | Related terms |

Inconstant is a related term of cursory.


As adjectives the difference between inconstant and cursory

is that inconstant is not constant; wavering while cursory is hasty; superficial; careless.

Immethodical vs Cursory - What's the difference?

immethodical | cursory | Related terms |

Immethodical is a related term of cursory.


As adjectives the difference between immethodical and cursory

is that immethodical is unmethodical while cursory is hasty; superficial; careless.

Compendium vs Cursory - What's the difference?

compendium | cursory |


As a noun compendium

is a short, complete summary; an abstract.

As an adjective cursory is

hasty; superficial; careless.

Glib vs Cursory - What's the difference?

glib | cursory |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between glib and cursory

is that glib is (obsolete) to castrate; to geld; to emasculate while cursory is (obsolete) running about; not stationary.

As adjectives the difference between glib and cursory

is that glib is having a ready flow of words but lacking thought or understanding; superficial; shallow while cursory is hasty; superficial; careless.

As a verb glib

is to make glib or glib can be (obsolete) to castrate; to geld; to emasculate.

As a noun glib

is (historical) a mass of matted hair worn down over the eyes, formerly worn in ireland.

Wikidiffcom vs Cursory - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | cursory |


As an adjective cursory is

hasty; superficial; careless.

Cursory vs Proforma - What's the difference?

cursory | proforma |


As adjectives the difference between cursory and proforma

is that cursory is hasty; superficial; careless while proforma is .

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