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Arbitrary vs Erroneous - What's the difference?

arbitrary | erroneous |


As adjectives the difference between arbitrary and erroneous

is that arbitrary is (usually|of a decision) based on individual discretion or judgment; not based on any objective distinction, perhaps even made at random while erroneous is containing an error; inaccurate.

As a noun arbitrary

is anything arbitrary, such as an arithmetical value or a fee.

Egregious vs Erroneous - What's the difference?

egregious | erroneous |


As adjectives the difference between egregious and erroneous

is that egregious is exceptional, conspicuous, outstanding, most usually in a negative fashion while erroneous is containing an error; inaccurate.

Defect vs Erroneous - What's the difference?

defect | erroneous |


As a noun defect

is a fault or malfunction.

As a verb defect

is to abandon or turn against; to cease or change one's loyalty, especially from a military organisation or political party.

As an adjective erroneous is

containing an error; inaccurate.

Defective vs Erroneous - What's the difference?

defective | erroneous |


As adjectives the difference between defective and erroneous

is that defective is while erroneous is containing an error; inaccurate.

Perverted vs Erroneous - What's the difference?

perverted | erroneous | Synonyms |

Perverted is a synonym of erroneous.


As adjectives the difference between perverted and erroneous

is that perverted is deviating from what is normally considered right, normal or correct while erroneous is containing an error; inaccurate.

As a verb perverted

is (pervert).

Accused vs Erroneous - What's the difference?

accused | erroneous |


In legal|lang=en terms the difference between accused and erroneous

is that accused is (legal) the person charged with an offense; the defendant in a criminal case while erroneous is (legal) signifies a deviation from the requirements of the law, but does not connote a lack of legal authority, and is thus distinguished from illegal.

As adjectives the difference between accused and erroneous

is that accused is having been accused; being the target of accusations while erroneous is containing an error; inaccurate.

As a verb accused

is (accuse).

As a noun accused

is (legal) the person charged with an offense; the defendant in a criminal case.

Fraudulent vs Erroneous - What's the difference?

fraudulent | erroneous | Related terms |

Fraudulent is a related term of erroneous.


As adjectives the difference between fraudulent and erroneous

is that fraudulent is dishonest; based on fraud or deception while erroneous is containing an error; inaccurate.

Erroneous vs Depraved - What's the difference?

erroneous | depraved | Related terms |

Erroneous is a related term of depraved.


As adjectives the difference between erroneous and depraved

is that erroneous is containing an error; inaccurate while depraved is perverted or extremely wrong in a moral sense.

As a verb depraved is

(deprave).

Erroneous vs Perverse - What's the difference?

erroneous | perverse |


As adjectives the difference between erroneous and perverse

is that erroneous is containing an error; inaccurate while perverse is turned aside; hence, specifically, turned away from the (morally) right; willfully erring; wicked; perverted.

Inadvertently vs Erroneous - What's the difference?

inadvertently | erroneous |


As an adverb inadvertently

is unintentionally, because of an oversight.

As an adjective erroneous is

containing an error; inaccurate.

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