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Odious vs Dismal - What's the difference?

odious | dismal | Related terms |

Odious is a related term of dismal.


As adjectives the difference between odious and dismal

is that odious is arousing or meriting strong dislike, aversion, or intense displeasure while dismal is disappointingly inadequate.

Dismal vs Murky - What's the difference?

dismal | murky | Related terms |

Dismal is a related term of murky.


As an adjective dismal

is disappointingly inadequate.

As a proper noun murky is

(murcki), a locale in poland.

Solitary vs Dismal - What's the difference?

solitary | dismal | Related terms |

Solitary is a related term of dismal.


As adjectives the difference between solitary and dismal

is that solitary is living or being by one's self; alone; having no companion present; being without associates while dismal is disappointingly inadequate.

As a noun solitary

is one who lives alone, or in solitude; an anchoret, hermit or recluse.

Dismal vs Dolorous - What's the difference?

dismal | dolorous | Related terms |

Dismal is a related term of dolorous.


As adjectives the difference between dismal and dolorous

is that dismal is disappointingly inadequate while dolorous is solemnly or ponderously sad.

Dismal vs Shaded - What's the difference?

dismal | shaded | Related terms |

Dismal is a related term of shaded.


As adjectives the difference between dismal and shaded

is that dismal is disappointingly inadequate while shaded is being in the shade, not in direct light.

As a verb shaded is

(shade).

Obscure vs Dismal - What's the difference?

obscure | dismal | Related terms |

Obscure is a related term of dismal.


As adjectives the difference between obscure and dismal

is that obscure is dark, faint or indistinct while dismal is disappointingly inadequate.

As a verb obscure

is (label) to render obscure; to darken; to make dim; to keep in the dark; to hide; to make less visible, intelligible, legible, glorious, beautiful, or illustrious.

Dismal vs Irrevocable - What's the difference?

dismal | irrevocable |


As an adjective dismal

is disappointingly inadequate.

As an adverb irrevocable is

irrevocable (not able to be revoked).

Cloudy vs Dismal - What's the difference?

cloudy | dismal | Related terms |

Cloudy is a related term of dismal.


As adjectives the difference between cloudy and dismal

is that cloudy is covered with or characterised by clouds; overcast while dismal is disappointingly inadequate.

Dismal vs Destitute - What's the difference?

dismal | destitute |


As adjectives the difference between dismal and destitute

is that dismal is disappointingly inadequate while destitute is lacking something; devoid; especially lacking money; poor, impoverished, poverty-stricken.

Dismal vs Doleful - What's the difference?

dismal | doleful | Related terms |

Dismal is a related term of doleful.


As adjectives the difference between dismal and doleful

is that dismal is disappointingly inadequate while doleful is filled with grief, mournful, bringing feelings of sadness.

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