eager

Eager vs K - What's the difference?

eager | k |


As an adjective eager

is (obsolete) sharp; sour; acid.

As a noun eager

is (tidal bore).

As a letter k is

the eleventh letter of the.

As a symbol k is

symbol for potassium.

Eager vs Kee - What's the difference?

eager | kee |


As nouns the difference between eager and kee

is that eager is (tidal bore) while kee is .

As an adjective eager

is (obsolete) sharp; sour; acid.

Feisty vs Eager - What's the difference?

feisty | eager |


As adjectives the difference between feisty and eager

is that feisty is tenacious, energetic, spunky while eager is (obsolete) sharp; sour; acid.

As a noun eager is

(tidal bore).

Zest vs Eager - What's the difference?

zest | eager |


As nouns the difference between zest and eager

is that zest is gesture while eager is (tidal bore).

As an adjective eager is

(obsolete) sharp; sour; acid.

Eager vs Aloof - What's the difference?

eager | aloof |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between eager and aloof

is that eager is (obsolete) sharp; keen; bitter; severe while aloof is (obsolete) away from; clear of.

As adjectives the difference between eager and aloof

is that eager is (obsolete) sharp; sour; acid while aloof is reserved and remote; either physically or emotionally distant; standoffish.

As a noun eager

is (tidal bore).

As an adverb aloof is

at or from a distance, but within view, or at a small distance; apart; away.

As a preposition aloof is

(obsolete) away from; clear of.

Commitment vs Eager - What's the difference?

commitment | eager |


As nouns the difference between commitment and eager

is that commitment is the act or an instance of committing, putting in charge, keeping, or trust, especially: while eager is (tidal bore).

As an adjective eager is

(obsolete) sharp; sour; acid.

Eager vs Hostile - What's the difference?

eager | hostile |


As adjectives the difference between eager and hostile

is that eager is (obsolete) sharp; sour; acid while 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.

As nouns the difference between eager and hostile

is that eager is (tidal bore) while hostile is (chiefly|in the plural) an enemy.

Eager vs Whatever - What's the difference?

eager | whatever |


As adjectives the difference between eager and whatever

is that eager is (obsolete) sharp; sour; acid while whatever is (lb) unexceptional or unimportant; blah.

As a noun eager

is (tidal bore).

As a determiner whatever is

no matter which; for any.

As an interjection whatever is

(colloquial|dismissive) a holophrastic expression used discourteously to indicate that the speaker does not consider the matter worthy of further discussion.

As a pronoun whatever is

anything; used to indicate that the speaker does not care about options.

Eager vs Driven - What's the difference?

eager | driven |


As adjectives the difference between eager and driven

is that eager is (obsolete) sharp; sour; acid while driven is obsessed; passionately motivated to achieve goals.

As a noun eager

is (tidal bore).

As a verb driven is

.

Eager vs Pride - What's the difference?

eager | pride |


As nouns the difference between eager and pride

is that eager is (tidal bore) while pride is the quality or state of being proud; inordinate self-esteem; an unreasonable conceit of one's own superiority in talents, beauty, wealth, rank etc, which manifests itself in lofty airs, distance, reserve and often contempt of others.

As an adjective eager

is (obsolete) sharp; sour; acid.

As a verb pride is

(reflexive) to take or experience pride in something, be proud of it.

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