emaciation

Scrawny vs Emaciation - What's the difference?

scrawny | emaciation |


As an adjective scrawny

is thin, malnourished and weak.

As a noun emaciation is

the act of making very lean.

Diminish vs Emaciation - What's the difference?

diminish | emaciation |


As a verb diminish

is to make smaller.

As a noun emaciation is

the act of making very lean.

Diminished vs Emaciation - What's the difference?

diminished | emaciation |


As a verb diminished

is (diminish).

As an adjective diminished

is lessened, reduced.

As a noun emaciation is

the act of making very lean.

Malnourished vs Emaciation - What's the difference?

malnourished | emaciation |


As an adjective malnourished

is suffering from malnutrition.

As a noun emaciation is

the act of making very lean.

Atrophy vs Emaciation - What's the difference?

atrophy | emaciation |


As nouns the difference between atrophy and emaciation

is that atrophy is (pathology) a reduction in the functionality of an organ caused by disease, injury or lack of use while emaciation is the act of making very lean.

As a verb atrophy

is to wither or waste away.

Cachexia vs Emaciation - What's the difference?

cachexia | emaciation |


As nouns the difference between cachexia and emaciation

is that cachexia is (medicine|pathology) a systemic wasting of muscle tissue, with or without loss of fat mass, that accompanies a chronic disease while emaciation is the act of making very lean.

Taxonomy vs Emaciation - What's the difference?

taxonomy | emaciation |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and emaciation

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while emaciation is the act of making very lean.

Emaciation vs Emancipation - What's the difference?

emaciation | emancipation |


As nouns the difference between emaciation and emancipation

is that emaciation is the act of making very lean while emancipation is emancipation.

Emaciation vs Emaceration - What's the difference?

emaciation | emaceration |


As nouns the difference between emaciation and emaceration

is that emaciation is the act of making very lean while emaceration is (obsolete) emaciation.

Emaciation vs Syntexis - What's the difference?

emaciation | syntexis |


As a noun emaciation

is the act of making very lean.

As a proper noun syntexis is

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