flammable

Pointed vs Flammable - What's the difference?

pointed | flammable |


As adjectives the difference between pointed and flammable

is that pointed is (comparable) sharp, barbed; not dull while flammable is capable of burning, especially a liquid.

As a verb pointed

is (point).

As a noun flammable is

any flammable substance.

Flammable vs Explosive - What's the difference?

flammable | explosive |


As adjectives the difference between flammable and explosive

is that flammable is capable of burning, especially a liquid while explosive is with the capability to, or likely to, explode.

As nouns the difference between flammable and explosive

is that flammable is any flammable substance while explosive is substance.

Flammable vs Inflatable - What's the difference?

flammable | inflatable |


As adjectives the difference between flammable and inflatable

is that flammable is capable of burning, especially a liquid while inflatable is able to be inflated or blown up.

As nouns the difference between flammable and inflatable

is that flammable is any flammable substance while inflatable is (nautical) a boat or dinghy that may be inflated when needed.

Burning vs Flammable - What's the difference?

burning | flammable | Related terms |

Burning is a related term of flammable.


As adjectives the difference between burning and flammable

is that burning is so hot as to seem to burn (something) while flammable is capable of burning, especially a liquid.

As nouns the difference between burning and flammable

is that burning is the act by which something burns or is burned while flammable is any flammable substance.

As a verb burning

is .

Afire vs Flammable - What's the difference?

afire | flammable | Related terms |

Afire is a related term of flammable.


As adjectives the difference between afire and flammable

is that afire is on fire while flammable is capable of burning, especially a liquid.

As a noun flammable is

any flammable substance.

Flammable vs Brilliant - What's the difference?

flammable | brilliant | Related terms |

Flammable is a related term of brilliant.


As adjectives the difference between flammable and brilliant

is that flammable is capable of burning, especially a liquid while brilliant is shining brightly.

As nouns the difference between flammable and brilliant

is that flammable is any flammable substance while brilliant is a finely cut gemstone, especially a diamond, having many facets.

Alight vs Flammable - What's the difference?

alight | flammable | Related terms |

Alight is a related term of flammable.


As adjectives the difference between alight and flammable

is that alight is lit, on fire, switched on while flammable is capable of burning, especially a liquid.

As a verb alight

is to make light or less heavy; lighten; alleviate or alight can be (with from) to spring down, get down, or descend, as from on horseback or from a carriage; to dismount or alight can be to light; light up; illuminate.

As a noun flammable is

any flammable substance.

Flammable vs Shining - What's the difference?

flammable | shining | Related terms |

Flammable is a related term of shining.


As adjectives the difference between flammable and shining

is that flammable is capable of burning, especially a liquid while shining is emitting light.

As nouns the difference between flammable and shining

is that flammable is any flammable substance while shining is a bright emission of light; a gleam.

As a verb shining is

.

Flammable vs Bright - What's the difference?

flammable | bright | Related terms |

Flammable is a related term of bright.


As an adjective flammable

is capable of burning, especially a liquid.

As a noun flammable

is any flammable substance.

As a proper noun bright is

.

Blazing vs Flammable - What's the difference?

blazing | flammable | Related terms |

Blazing is a related term of flammable.


As adjectives the difference between blazing and flammable

is that blazing is very fast while flammable is capable of burning, especially a liquid.

As nouns the difference between blazing and flammable

is that blazing is the act of something that blazes or burns while flammable is any flammable substance.

As a verb blazing

is .

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