faulty

Faulty vs Scrap - What's the difference?

faulty | scrap |


As an adjective faulty

is having or displaying faults; not perfect; not adequate or acceptable.

As a noun scrap is

a (small) piece; a fragment; a detached, incomplete portion or scrap can be a fight, tussle, skirmish.

As a verb scrap is

to discard or scrap can be to fight.

Faulty vs Lacking - What's the difference?

faulty | lacking |


As an adjective faulty

is having or displaying faults; not perfect; not adequate or acceptable.

As a verb lacking is

.

As a noun lacking is

the absence of something; a lack.

Faulty vs Default - What's the difference?

faulty | default |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between faulty and default

is that faulty is (obsolete) at fault, to blame; guilty while default is (obsolete) fault; offence; wrong act.

As an adjective faulty

is having or displaying faults; not perfect; not adequate or acceptable.

As a noun default is

(finance) the condition of failing to meet an obligation.

As a verb default is

to fail to meet an obligation.

Wither vs Faulty - What's the difference?

wither | faulty |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between wither and faulty

is that wither is (obsolete) to go against, resist; oppose while faulty is (obsolete) at fault, to blame; guilty.

As an adverb wither

is (obsolete|or|chiefly in compounds) against, in opposition to.

As a verb wither

is (obsolete) to go against, resist; oppose or wither can be to shrivel, droop or dry up, especially from lack of water.

As an adjective faulty is

having or displaying faults; not perfect; not adequate or acceptable.

Failure vs Faulty - What's the difference?

failure | faulty |


As a noun failure

is state or condition of not meeting a desirable or intended objective, opposite of success.

As an adjective faulty is

having or displaying faults; not perfect; not adequate or acceptable.

Faulty vs Failed - What's the difference?

faulty | failed |


As an adjective faulty

is having or displaying faults; not perfect; not adequate or acceptable.

As a verb failed is

(fail).

Faulty vs Contemptible - What's the difference?

faulty | contemptible | Related terms |

Faulty is a related term of contemptible.


As adjectives the difference between faulty and contemptible

is that faulty is having or displaying faults; not perfect; not adequate or acceptable while contemptible is deserving contempt.

Faulty vs Wicked - What's the difference?

faulty | wicked | Related terms |

Faulty is a related term of wicked.


As adjectives the difference between faulty and wicked

is that faulty is having or displaying faults; not perfect; not adequate or acceptable while wicked is evil or mischievous by nature or wicked can be having a wick.

As an adverb wicked is

(slang|new england|british) very, extremely.

As a noun wicked is

people who are wickedoxford dictionary [http://wwwoxfordadvancedlearnersdictionarycom/dictionary/wicked_2].

As a verb wicked is

(wick).

Faulty vs Base - What's the difference?

faulty | base | Related terms |

Faulty is a related term of base.


As an adjective faulty

is having or displaying faults; not perfect; not adequate or acceptable.

As an acronym base is

b'''uilding'', '''''a'''ntenna-tower'', '''''s'''pan'', '''''e arth .

Faulty vs Unsuitable - What's the difference?

faulty | unsuitable | Related terms |

Faulty is a related term of unsuitable.


As adjectives the difference between faulty and unsuitable

is that faulty is having or displaying faults; not perfect; not adequate or acceptable while unsuitable is not suitable; unfit; inappropriate.

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