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Discontent vs Evil - What's the difference?

discontent | evil |


As nouns the difference between discontent and evil

is that discontent is dissatisfaction while evil is moral badness; wickedness; malevolence; the forces or behaviors that are the opposite or enemy of good.

As adjectives the difference between discontent and evil

is that discontent is not content; discontented; dissatisfied while evil is intending to harm; malevolent.

As a verb discontent

is to deprive of contentment; to make uneasy; to dissatisfy.

Insane vs Evil - What's the difference?

insane | evil |


As adjectives the difference between insane and evil

is that insane is exhibiting unsoundness or disorder of mind; not sane; mad; deranged in mind; delirious; distracted while evil is intending to harm; malevolent.

As a noun evil is

moral badness; wickedness; malevolence; the forces or behaviors that are the opposite or enemy of good.

Dangerous vs Evil - What's the difference?

dangerous | evil |


As adjectives the difference between dangerous and evil

is that dangerous is full of danger while evil is intending to harm; malevolent.

As a noun evil is

moral badness; wickedness; malevolence; the forces or behaviors that are the opposite or enemy of good.

Humans vs Evil - What's the difference?

humans | evil |


As nouns the difference between humans and evil

is that humans is while evil is moral badness; wickedness; malevolence; the forces or behaviors that are the opposite or enemy of good.

As an adjective evil is

intending to harm; malevolent.

Pathetic vs Evil - What's the difference?

pathetic | evil |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between pathetic and evil

is that pathetic is (obsolete) expressing or showing anger; passionate while evil is (obsolete) a malady or disease; especially in the phrase king's evil (scrofula).

As adjectives the difference between pathetic and evil

is that pathetic is arousing pity, sympathy, or compassion while evil is intending to harm; malevolent.

As a noun evil is

moral badness; wickedness; malevolence; the forces or behaviors that are the opposite or enemy of good.

Evil vs Villainousness - What's the difference?

evil | villainousness |


As nouns the difference between evil and villainousness

is that evil is moral badness; wickedness; malevolence; the forces or behaviors that are the opposite or enemy of good while villainousness is the state or condition of being villainous; wicked behaviour.

As an adjective evil

is intending to harm; malevolent.

Cole vs Evil - What's the difference?

cole | evil |


As a verb cole

is .

As an adjective evil is

intending to harm; malevolent.

As a noun evil is

moral badness; wickedness; malevolence; the forces or behaviors that are the opposite or enemy of good.

Jew vs Evil - What's the difference?

jew | evil |


As a verb jew

is (offensive) to bargain, to attempt to gain an unfair price in a business deal; to defraud.

As an adjective evil is

intending to harm; malevolent.

As a noun evil is

moral badness; wickedness; malevolence; the forces or behaviors that are the opposite or enemy of good.

Evil vs Apple - What's the difference?

evil | apple |


As an adjective evil

is intending to harm; malevolent.

As a noun evil

is moral badness; wickedness; malevolence; the forces or behaviors that are the opposite or enemy of good.

As a proper noun apple is

a nickname for new york city, usually “the big apple”.

Evil vs Sinfull - What's the difference?

evil | sinfull |


As adjectives the difference between evil and sinfull

is that evil is intending to harm; malevolent while sinfull is .

As a noun evil

is moral badness; wickedness; malevolence; the forces or behaviors that are the opposite or enemy of good.

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