cursory

Cursory vs Precipitate - What's the difference?

cursory | precipitate |


As adjectives the difference between cursory and precipitate

is that cursory is hasty; superficial; careless while precipitate is headlong; falling steeply or vertically.

As a verb precipitate is

to make something happen suddenly and quickly; hasten.

As a noun precipitate is

a product resulting from a process, event, or course of action.

Rush vs Cursory - What's the difference?

rush | cursory |


As a proper noun rush

is (computing) a dialect of the language.

As an adjective cursory is

hasty; superficial; careless.

Cursory vs Fading - What's the difference?

cursory | fading | Related terms |

Cursory is a related term of fading.


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

is that cursory is (obsolete) running about; not stationary while fading is (obsolete) an irish dance; also, the burden of a song.

As an adjective cursory

is hasty; superficial; careless.

As a verb fading is

.

As a noun fading is

the act of something that fades; gradual diminishment.

Unsettled vs Cursory - What's the difference?

unsettled | cursory | Related terms |

Unsettled is a related term of cursory.


As adjectives the difference between unsettled and cursory

is that unsettled is disturbed, upset while cursory is hasty; superficial; careless.

As a verb unsettled

is (unsettle).

Cursory vs Craven - What's the difference?

cursory | craven |


As an adjective cursory

is hasty; superficial; careless.

As a proper noun craven is

.

Uninterested vs Cursory - What's the difference?

uninterested | cursory | Related terms |

Uninterested is a related term of cursory.


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

is that uninterested is (obsolete) unmotivated by personal interest; unbiased, disinterested while cursory is (obsolete) running about; not stationary.

As adjectives the difference between uninterested and cursory

is that uninterested is (obsolete) unmotivated by personal interest; unbiased, disinterested while cursory is hasty; superficial; careless.

Cursory vs Glimpse - What's the difference?

cursory | glimpse |


As an adjective cursory

is hasty; superficial; careless.

As a noun glimpse is

a brief look, glance, or peek.

As a verb glimpse is

to see or view briefly or incompletely.

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.

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