excellent

Protocell vs Excellent - What's the difference?

protocell | excellent |


As a noun protocell

is (biology) a self-organized, endogenously ordered, spherical collection of phospholipids proposed as a stepping-stone to the origin of life.

As an adjective excellent is

of the highest quality; splendid.

As an adverb excellent is

(obsolete) excellently.

Excellent vs Apt - What's the difference?

excellent | apt | Related terms |

Excellent is a related term of apt.


As an adjective excellent

is of the highest quality; splendid.

As an adverb excellent

is (obsolete) excellently.

As a noun apt is

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As a proper noun apt is

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Excellent vs Profound - What's the difference?

excellent | profound |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between excellent and profound

is that excellent is (obsolete) excellently while profound is (obsolete) to dive deeply; to penetrate.

As adjectives the difference between excellent and profound

is that excellent is of the highest quality; splendid while profound is descending far below the surface; opening or reaching to great depth; deep.

As an adverb excellent

is (obsolete) excellently.

As a noun profound is

(obsolete) the deep; the sea; the ocean.

As a verb profound is

(obsolete) to cause to sink deeply; to cause to dive or penetrate far down.

Excellent vs Excellent - What's the difference?

excellent | excellent |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between excellent and excellent

is that excellent is (obsolete) excellently while excellent is (obsolete) excellently.

As adjectives the difference between excellent and excellent

is that excellent is of the highest quality; splendid while excellent is of the highest quality; splendid.

As adverbs the difference between excellent and excellent

is that excellent is (obsolete) excellently while excellent is (obsolete) excellently.

Royally vs Excellent - What's the difference?

royally | excellent |


As adverbs the difference between royally and excellent

is that royally is in a royal manner; in a manner having to do with royalty while excellent is (obsolete) excellently.

As an adjective excellent is

of the highest quality; splendid.

Cool vs Excellent - What's the difference?

cool | excellent |


As an acronym cool

is (computing) clips object]]-oriented [[language|language .

As an adjective excellent is

of the highest quality; splendid.

As an adverb excellent is

(obsolete) excellently.

Statement vs Excellent - What's the difference?

statement | excellent |


As a noun statement

is a declaration or remark.

As a verb statement

is to provide an official document of a proposition, especially in the uk a statement of special educational needs.

As an adjective excellent is

of the highest quality; splendid.

As an adverb excellent is

(obsolete) excellently.

Yes vs Excellent - What's the difference?

yes | excellent |


As an interjection yes

is used to express pleasure, joy, or great excitement.

As a noun yes

is an affirmative expression; an answer that shows agreement or acceptance.

As a verb yes

is (colloquial|transitive) to agree with, to affirm, to approve.

As an adjective excellent is

of the highest quality; splendid.

As an adverb excellent is

(obsolete) excellently.

Obsolete vs Excellent - What's the difference?

obsolete | excellent |


As adjectives the difference between obsolete and excellent

is that obsolete is obsolete, deprecated (computing) while excellent is of the highest quality; splendid.

As an adverb excellent is

(obsolete) excellently.

Marvel vs Excellent - What's the difference?

marvel | excellent |


As a noun marvel

is that which causes wonder; a prodigy; a miracle.

As a verb marvel

is to become filled with wonderment or admiration; to be amazed at something.

As an adjective excellent is

of the highest quality; splendid.

As an adverb excellent is

(obsolete) excellently.

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