daft

Daft vs Idiot - What's the difference?

daft | idiot |


As an adjective daft

is insane, mad.

As a noun idiot is

(slang|derogatory) a proponent of intelligent design.

Daft vs Draught - What's the difference?

daft | draught |


As an adjective daft

is insane, mad.

As a noun draught is

the action or an act of pulling something along, especially a beast of burden, vehicle or tractor.

As a verb draught is

to draw out; to call forth see draft.

Daft vs Enlist - What's the difference?

daft | enlist |


As an adjective daft

is insane, mad.

As a verb enlist is

to enter on a list; to enroll; to register.

Daft vs Odd - What's the difference?

daft | odd |


As an adjective daft

is insane, mad.

As an initialism odd is

oppositional defiant disorder.

Daft vs Dim - What's the difference?

daft | dim |


As an adjective daft

is insane, mad.

As a proper noun dim is

tue (tuesday).

Daft vs Gormless - What's the difference?

daft | gormless |


As adjectives the difference between daft and gormless

is that daft is insane, mad while gormless is (chiefly|uk|of a person) lacking intelligence, sense or understanding; foolish.

Bereft vs Daft - What's the difference?

bereft | daft |


As adjectives the difference between bereft and daft

is that bereft is (of a person) pained by the loss of someone while daft is insane, mad.

As a verb bereft

is (bereave).

Naive vs Daft - What's the difference?

naive | daft |


As adjectives the difference between naive and daft

is that naive is while daft is insane, mad.

Thick vs Daft - What's the difference?

thick | daft |


As adjectives the difference between thick and daft

is that thick is relatively great in extent from one surface to the opposite in its smallest solid dimension while daft is insane, mad.

As an adverb thick

is in a thick manner.

As a noun thick

is the thickest, or most active or intense, part of something.

As a verb thick

is (archaic|transitive) to thicken.

Daft vs Daffy - What's the difference?

daft | daffy |


As an adjective daft

is insane, mad.

As a proper noun daffy is

or daffodil .

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