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Plainly vs Firmly - What's the difference?

plainly | firmly |


As adverbs the difference between plainly and firmly

is that plainly is in a plain manner; simply; basically while firmly is in a firm or definite or strong manner.

Firmly vs Immovably - What's the difference?

firmly | immovably | Related terms |

Firmly is a related term of immovably.


As adverbs the difference between firmly and immovably

is that firmly is in a firm or definite or strong manner while immovably is in an immovable manner.

Firmly vs Permanently - What's the difference?

firmly | permanently |


As adverbs the difference between firmly and permanently

is that firmly is in a firm or definite or strong manner while permanently is in a permanent manner; lastingly.

Firmly vs Constantly - What's the difference?

firmly | constantly |


As adverbs the difference between firmly and constantly

is that firmly is in a firm or definite or strong manner while constantly is (archaic) with steadfastness; with resolve; in loyalty, faithfully.

Staunchly vs Firmly - What's the difference?

staunchly | firmly |


As adverbs the difference between staunchly and firmly

is that staunchly is in a staunch manner while firmly is in a firm or definite or strong manner.

Firmly vs Gently - What's the difference?

firmly | gently |


As adverbs the difference between firmly and gently

is that firmly is in a firm or definite or strong manner while gently is in a gentle manner.

Firmly vs Closely - What's the difference?

firmly | closely |


As adverbs the difference between firmly and closely

is that firmly is in a firm or definite or strong manner while closely is in a close manner.

Firmly vs Sufficiently - What's the difference?

firmly | sufficiently |


As adverbs the difference between firmly and sufficiently

is that firmly is in a firm or definite or strong manner while sufficiently is (manner) in a sufficient manner; enough.

Firmly - What does it mean?

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Firmly vs Stiff - What's the difference?

firmly | stiff | Related terms |

Firmly is a related term of stiff.


As an adverb firmly

is in a firm or definite or strong manner.

As an adjective stiff is

of an object, rigid, hard to bend, inflexible.

As a noun stiff is

an average person, usually male, of no particular distinction, skill, or education, often a working stiff''''' or ''lucky '''stiff .

As a verb stiff is

to fail to pay that which one owes (implicitly or explicitly) to another, especially by departing hastily.

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