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Excellent vs Comparative - What's the difference?

excellent | comparative |


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

is that excellent is (obsolete) excellently while comparative is (obsolete) one who makes comparisons; one who affects wit.

As adjectives the difference between excellent and comparative

is that excellent is of the highest quality; splendid while comparative is of or relating to comparison.

As an adverb excellent

is (obsolete) excellently.

As a noun comparative is

(grammar) a construction showing a relative quality, in english usually formed by adding more'' or appending ''-er'' for example, the comparative of ''green'' is ''greener''; of ''evil'', ''more evil .

Comprehensive vs Excellent - What's the difference?

comprehensive | excellent |


As adjectives the difference between comprehensive and excellent

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

As an adverb excellent is

(obsolete) excellently.

Professional vs Excellent - What's the difference?

professional | excellent |


As adjectives the difference between professional and excellent

is that professional is of, pertaining to, or in accordance with the (usually high) standards of a profession while excellent is of the highest quality; splendid.

As a noun professional

is a person who belongs to a profession.

As an adverb excellent is

(obsolete) excellently.

Masterpiece vs Excellent - What's the difference?

masterpiece | excellent |


As a noun masterpiece

is a piece of work that has been given much critical praise, especially one that is considered the greatest work of a person's career.

As an adjective excellent is

of the highest quality; splendid.

As an adverb excellent is

(obsolete) excellently.

Excellent vs Extreme - What's the difference?

excellent | extreme |


As an adjective excellent

is of the highest quality; splendid.

As an adverb excellent

is (obsolete) excellently.

As a noun extreme is

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Excellent vs Ordinary - What's the difference?

excellent | ordinary |


As an adjective excellent

is of the highest quality; splendid.

As an adverb excellent

is (obsolete) excellently.

As a noun ordinary is

the part of the roman catholic mass that is the same every day.

Excellent vs Acceptable - What's the difference?

excellent | acceptable |


As adjectives the difference between excellent and acceptable

is that excellent is of the highest quality; splendid while acceptable is capable, worthy, or sure of being accepted or received with pleasure; pleasing to a receiver; gratifying; agreeable; welcome; as, an acceptable'' present, one ''acceptable to us.

As an adverb excellent

is (obsolete) excellently.

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious vs Excellent - What's the difference?

supercalifragilisticexpialidocious | excellent |


As adjectives the difference between supercalifragilisticexpialidocious and excellent

is that supercalifragilisticexpialidocious is fantastic, very wonderful while excellent is of the highest quality; splendid.

As an adverb excellent is

(obsolete) excellently.

Fluent vs Excellent - What's the difference?

fluent | excellent |


As adjectives the difference between fluent and excellent

is that fluent is that flows; flowing, liquid while excellent is of the highest quality; splendid.

As an adverb excellent is

(obsolete) excellently.

Exuberant vs Excellent - What's the difference?

exuberant | excellent |


As adjectives the difference between exuberant and excellent

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

As an adverb excellent is

(obsolete) excellently.

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