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High-priced vs Extravagant - What's the difference?

high-priced | extravagant | Related terms |

High-priced is a related term of extravagant.


As adjectives the difference between high-priced and extravagant

is that high-priced is expensive while extravagant is exceeding the bounds of something; roving; hence, foreign.

Exaggerate vs Extravagant - What's the difference?

exaggerate | extravagant |


As a verb exaggerate

is to overstate, to describe more than is fact.

As an adjective extravagant is

exceeding the bounds of something; roving; hence, foreign.

Extravagant vs Extortionate - What's the difference?

extravagant | extortionate |


As adjectives the difference between extravagant and extortionate

is that extravagant is exceeding the bounds of something; roving; hence, foreign while extortionate is of, related to or typifying extortion.

Substantial vs Extravagant - What's the difference?

substantial | extravagant |


As adjectives the difference between substantial and extravagant

is that substantial is having to substance; actually existing; real; as, substantial life while extravagant is exceeding the bounds of something; roving; hence, foreign.

As a noun substantial

is anything having substance; an essential part.

Extravagant vs Extra - What's the difference?

extravagant | extra |


As adjectives the difference between extravagant and extra

is that extravagant is exceeding the bounds of something; roving; hence, foreign while extra is beyond what is due, usual, expected, or necessary; extraneous; additional; supernumerary.

As an adverb extra is

(informal) to an extraordinary degree.

As a noun extra is

(cricket) a run scored without the ball having hit the striker's bat - a wide, bye, leg bye or no ball; in australia referred to as a sundry.

Extravagant vs Profuse - What's the difference?

extravagant | profuse |


As adjectives the difference between extravagant and profuse

is that extravagant is exceeding the bounds of something; roving; hence, foreign while profuse is in great quantity or abundance.

As a verb profuse is

(obsolete) to pour out; to give or spend liberally; to lavish; to squander.

Extravagant vs Imprudent - What's the difference?

extravagant | imprudent | Related terms |

Extravagant is a related term of imprudent.


As adjectives the difference between extravagant and imprudent

is that extravagant is exceeding the bounds of something; roving; hence, foreign while imprudent is not prudent; wanting in prudence or discretion; indiscreet; injudicious; not attentive to consequence; improper.

Fictitious vs Extravagant - What's the difference?

fictitious | extravagant | Related terms |

Fictitious is a related term of extravagant.


As adjectives the difference between fictitious and extravagant

is that fictitious is not real; invented; contrived while extravagant is exceeding the bounds of something; roving; hence, foreign.

Extravagantly vs Extravagant - What's the difference?

extravagantly | extravagant |


As an adverb extravagantly

is with lavish expenditure or behaviour.

As an adjective extravagant is

exceeding the bounds of something; roving; hence, foreign.

Extravagant vs Eccentric - What's the difference?

extravagant | eccentric |


As adjectives the difference between extravagant and eccentric

is that extravagant is exceeding the bounds of something; roving; hence, foreign while eccentric is not at or in the centre; away from the centre.

As a noun eccentric is

one who does not behave like others.

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