effusive

Effusive vs Unreserved - What's the difference?

effusive | unreserved | Related terms |

Effusive is a related term of unreserved.


As adjectives the difference between effusive and unreserved

is that effusive is gushy; unrestrained, extravagant or excessive (in emotional expression) while unreserved is not reserved.

Shy vs Effusive - What's the difference?

shy | effusive |


As adjectives the difference between shy and effusive

is that shy is easily frightened; timid while effusive is gushy; unrestrained, extravagant or excessive (in emotional expression).

As a verb shy

is to avoid due to timidness or caution.

As a noun shy

is an act of throwing.

Effusive vs Compassionate - What's the difference?

effusive | compassionate |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between effusive and compassionate

is that effusive is (archaic) pouring, spilling out freely; overflowing while compassionate is (archaic) to feel compassion for; to pity, feel sorry for.

As adjectives the difference between effusive and compassionate

is that effusive is gushy; unrestrained, extravagant or excessive (in emotional expression) while compassionate is having, feeling or showing compassion; sympathetic.

As a verb compassionate is

(archaic) to feel compassion for; to pity, feel sorry for.

Effusive vs Evasive - What's the difference?

effusive | evasive |


As adjectives the difference between effusive and evasive

is that effusive is gushy; unrestrained, extravagant or excessive (in emotional expression) while evasive is .

Effusive vs Thorough - What's the difference?

effusive | thorough | Related terms |

Effusive is a related term of thorough.


As adjectives the difference between effusive and thorough

is that effusive is gushy; unrestrained, extravagant or excessive (in emotional expression) while thorough is painstaking and careful not to miss or omit any detail.

As a preposition thorough is

(obsolete) through.

As a noun thorough is

(uk|dialect) a furrow between two ridges, to drain off the surface water.

Wholehearted vs Effusive - What's the difference?

wholehearted | effusive | Related terms |

Wholehearted is a related term of effusive.


As adjectives the difference between wholehearted and effusive

is that wholehearted is having no reservations; having unconditional and enthusiastic support while effusive is gushy; unrestrained, extravagant or excessive (in emotional expression).

Effusive vs Outgoing - What's the difference?

effusive | outgoing | Related terms |

Effusive is a related term of outgoing.


As adjectives the difference between effusive and outgoing

is that effusive is gushy; unrestrained, extravagant or excessive (in emotional expression) while outgoing is comfortable in social settings and interactions; confident in dealing with people especially in meeting new people; gregarious.

As a noun outgoing is

the act of leaving or going out; exit, departure.

As a verb outgoing is

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Effusive vs Emotiona - What's the difference?

effusive | emotiona |

Effusive vs Extroverted - What's the difference?

effusive | extroverted | Related terms |

Effusive is a related term of extroverted.


As adjectives the difference between effusive and extroverted

is that effusive is gushy; unrestrained, extravagant or excessive (in emotional expression) while extroverted is possessing the characteristic property of an extrovert outgoing, comfortable in social interactions.

Effusive vs Zestful - What's the difference?

effusive | zestful | Related terms |

Effusive is a related term of zestful.


As adjectives the difference between effusive and zestful

is that effusive is gushy; unrestrained, extravagant or excessive (in emotional expression) while zestful is having a spirited love of life; ebullient.

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