decent

Virtue vs Decent - What's the difference?

virtue | decent |


As a noun virtue

is (obsolete) the inherent power of a god, or other supernatural being.

As an adjective decent is

decent (sufficiently clothed).

Explicit vs Decent - What's the difference?

explicit | decent |


As adjectives the difference between explicit and decent

is that explicit is explicit while decent is decent (sufficiently clothed).

Decent vs Deal - What's the difference?

decent | deal |


As an adjective decent

is decent (sufficiently clothed).

As a noun deal is

(slang) a deal.

Decent vs Ancestry - What's the difference?

decent | ancestry |


As an adjective decent

is decent (sufficiently clothed).

As a noun ancestry is

condition as to ancestors; ancestral lineage; hence, birth or honorable descent.

Adequate vs Decent - What's the difference?

adequate | decent |


As adjectives the difference between adequate and decent

is that adequate is while decent is decent (sufficiently clothed).

Decent vs Alright - What's the difference?

decent | alright |


As adjectives the difference between decent and alright

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As an interjection alright is

(informal) used to indicate acknowledgement or acceptance; ok.

Careful vs Decent - What's the difference?

careful | decent |


As adjectives the difference between careful and decent

is that careful is (obsolete) full of care or grief; sorrowful, sad while decent is decent (sufficiently clothed).

Lineage vs Decent - What's the difference?

lineage | decent |


As a noun lineage

is descent in a line from a common progenitor; progeny; race; descending line of offspring or ascending line of parentage.

As an adjective decent is

decent (sufficiently clothed).

Decent vs Responsible - What's the difference?

decent | responsible |


As adjectives the difference between decent and responsible

is that decent is decent (sufficiently clothed) while responsible is answerable for an act performed or for its consequences; accountable; amenable, especially legally or politically.

Frank vs Decent - What's the difference?

frank | decent |


As a noun frank

is one of the franks, a germanic federation that inhabited parts of what are now france, the low countries and germany.

As a proper noun frank

is .

As an adjective decent is

decent (sufficiently clothed).

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