drab

Drab vs Beach - What's the difference?

drab | beach |


As a noun drab

is beadle, catchpole.

As a proper noun beach is

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Bad vs Drab - What's the difference?

bad | drab |


As a verb bad

is to simulate.

As a noun drab is

beadle, catchpole.

Spiffy vs Drab - What's the difference?

spiffy | drab |


As nouns the difference between spiffy and drab

is that spiffy is a spring-wire collar stay, worn by men while drab is beadle, catchpole.

Admissible vs Drab - What's the difference?

admissible | drab |


As an adjective admissible

is capable or deserving to be admitted, accepted or allowed; allowable, permissible, acceptable.

As a noun drab is

beadle, catchpole.

Drab vs Monotony - What's the difference?

drab | monotony |


As nouns the difference between drab and monotony

is that drab is beadle, catchpole while monotony is tedium as a result of repetition or a lack of variety.

Hostile vs Drab - What's the difference?

hostile | drab |


As nouns the difference between hostile and drab

is that hostile is (chiefly|in the plural) an enemy while drab is beadle, catchpole.

As an adjective hostile

is belonging or appropriate to an enemy; showing the disposition of an enemy; showing ill will and malevolence, or a desire to thwart and injure; occupied by an enemy or enemies; inimical; unfriendly.

Rag vs Drab - What's the difference?

rag | drab |


As nouns the difference between rag and drab

is that rag is rye (secale cereale ) while drab is beadle, catchpole.

Drab vs Tepid - What's the difference?

drab | tepid |


As a noun drab

is beadle, catchpole.

As an adjective tepid is

lukewarm; neither warm nor cool.

Drab vs Lackluster - What's the difference?

drab | lackluster |


As a noun drab

is beadle, catchpole.

As an adjective lackluster is

lacking brilliance or intelligence.

Drab vs Eliminate - What's the difference?

drab | eliminate |


As a noun drab

is beadle, catchpole.

As a verb eliminate is

to completely destroy (something) so that it no longer exists
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