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Diseased - What does it mean?

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Diseased vs Indisposed - What's the difference?

diseased | indisposed | Related terms |

Diseased is a related term of indisposed.


As adjectives the difference between diseased and indisposed

is that diseased is affected with or suffering from disease while indisposed is mildly ill.

Diseased vs Infirm - What's the difference?

diseased | infirm | Related terms |

Diseased is a related term of infirm.


As adjectives the difference between diseased and infirm

is that diseased is affected with or suffering from disease while infirm is weak or ill, not in good health.

As a verb infirm is

to contradict, to provide proof that something is not.

Contaminated vs Diseased - What's the difference?

contaminated | diseased |


As adjectives the difference between contaminated and diseased

is that contaminated is adulterated; impure while diseased is affected with or suffering from disease.

As a verb contaminated

is (contaminate).

Ailing vs Diseased - What's the difference?

ailing | diseased |


As adjectives the difference between ailing and diseased

is that ailing is sickly; sick; ill; unwell while diseased is affected with or suffering from disease.

As a noun ailing

is an ailment.

As a verb ailing

is .

Diseased vs Sick - What's the difference?

diseased | sick | Related terms |

Diseased is a related term of sick.


As adjectives the difference between diseased and sick

is that diseased is affected with or suffering from disease while sick is in poor health.

As a noun sick is

sick people in general as a group.

As a verb sick is

to vomit or sick can be (rare).

Diseased vs Sickly - What's the difference?

diseased | sickly | Related terms |

Diseased is a related term of sickly.


As adjectives the difference between diseased and sickly

is that diseased is affected with or suffering from disease while sickly is frequently ill; often in poor health; given to becoming ill.

As a verb sickly is

to make sickly.

As an adverb sickly is

in a sick manner.

Diseased vs Feeble - What's the difference?

diseased | feeble | Related terms |

Diseased is a related term of feeble.


As adjectives the difference between diseased and feeble

is that diseased is affected with or suffering from disease while feeble is deficient in physical strength; weak; infirm; debilitated.

As a verb feeble is

(obsolete) to make feeble; to enfeeble.

Diseased vs Faint - What's the difference?

diseased | faint | Related terms |

Diseased is a related term of faint.


As adjectives the difference between diseased and faint

is that diseased is affected with or suffering from disease while faint is lacking strength; weak; languid; inclined to swoon; as, faint with fatigue, hunger, or thirst.

As a noun faint is

the act of fainting.

As a verb faint is

to lose consciousness caused by a lack of oxygen or nutrients to the brain, usually as a result of a suddenly reduced blood flow (may be caused by emotional trauma, loss of blood or various medical conditions).

Diseased vs Healthless - What's the difference?

diseased | healthless | Related terms |

Diseased is a related term of healthless.


As adjectives the difference between diseased and healthless

is that diseased is affected with or suffering from disease while healthless is unhealthy.

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