exessive

Superfluous vs Exessive - What's the difference?

superfluous | exessive |


As adjectives the difference between superfluous and exessive

is that superfluous is in excess of what is required or sufficient while exessive is (grammar) of, or relating to the grammatical case that in some languages indicates the transition away from a state.

As a noun exessive is

(grammar) the exessive case, or a word in that case.

Extraordinary vs Exessive - What's the difference?

extraordinary | exessive |


As adjectives the difference between extraordinary and exessive

is that extraordinary is not ordinary; exceptional; unusual; while exessive is (grammar) of, or relating to the grammatical case that in some languages indicates the transition away from a state.

As a noun exessive is

(grammar) the exessive case, or a word in that case.

Excessive vs Exessive - What's the difference?

excessive | exessive |


As adjectives the difference between excessive and exessive

is that excessive is exceeding the usual bounds of something; extravagant; immoderate while exessive is (grammar) of, or relating to the grammatical case that in some languages indicates the transition away from a state.

As a noun exessive is

(grammar) the exessive case, or a word in that case.

Language vs Exessive - What's the difference?

language | exessive |


As nouns the difference between language and exessive

is that language is (lb) a body of words, and set of methods of combining them (called a grammar), understood by a community and used as a form of communication or language can be a languet, a flat plate in or below the flue pipe of an organ while exessive is (grammar) the exessive case, or a word in that case.

As a verb language

is to communicate by language; to express in language.

As an adjective exessive is

(grammar) of, or relating to the grammatical case that in some languages indicates the transition away from a state.