detestable

Detestable vs Detested - What's the difference?

detestable | detested |


As an adjective detestable

is detestable, despicable.

As a verb detested is

(detest).

Detestable vs Repugnable - What's the difference?

detestable | repugnable |


As adjectives the difference between detestable and repugnable

is that detestable is detestable, despicable while repugnable is capable of being repugned or resisted.

Noisome vs Detestable - What's the difference?

noisome | detestable |


As adjectives the difference between noisome and detestable

is that noisome is morally hurtful or noxious while detestable is detestable, despicable.

False vs Detestable - What's the difference?

false | detestable | Related terms |

False is a related term of detestable.


As adjectives the difference between false and detestable

is that false is (label) one of two states of a boolean variable; logic while detestable is detestable, despicable.

Unsuitable vs Detestable - What's the difference?

unsuitable | detestable | Related terms |

Unsuitable is a related term of detestable.


As adjectives the difference between unsuitable and detestable

is that unsuitable is not suitable; unfit; inappropriate while detestable is detestable, despicable.

Spoiled vs Detestable - What's the difference?

spoiled | detestable | Related terms |

Spoiled is a related term of detestable.


As adjectives the difference between spoiled and detestable

is that spoiled is of food, that has deteriorated to the point of no longer being usable or edible while detestable is detestable, despicable.

As a verb spoiled

is (spoil).

Irascible vs Detestable - What's the difference?

irascible | detestable | Related terms |

Irascible is a related term of detestable.


As adjectives the difference between irascible and detestable

is that irascible is easily provoked to outbursts of anger; irritable while detestable is detestable, despicable.

Malicious vs Detestable - What's the difference?

malicious | detestable | Related terms |

Malicious is a related term of detestable.


As adjectives the difference between malicious and detestable

is that malicious is of, pertaining to, or as a result of malice or spite while detestable is detestable, despicable.

Detestable vs Revulsion - What's the difference?

detestable | revulsion |


As an adjective detestable

is detestable, despicable.

As a noun revulsion is

abhorrence, a sense of loathing, intense aversion, repugnance, repulsion, horror.

Cross vs Detestable - What's the difference?

cross | detestable | Related terms |

Cross is a related term of detestable.


As a proper noun cross

is for someone who lived near a stone cross on a road.

As an adjective detestable is

detestable, despicable.

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