flimsy

Thin vs Flimsy - What's the difference?

thin | flimsy | Related terms |

Thin is a related term of flimsy.


As a proper noun thin

is the fifth earthly branch represented by the.

As an adjective flimsy is

likely to bend or break under pressure; weak, shaky, flexible, or fragile.

As a noun flimsy is

thin typing paper used to make multiple copies.

Slim vs Flimsy - What's the difference?

slim | flimsy |


As nouns the difference between slim and flimsy

is that slim is slime, mucus while flimsy is thin typing paper used to make multiple copies.

As an adjective flimsy is

likely to bend or break under pressure; weak, shaky, flexible, or fragile.

Inconsequential vs Flimsy - What's the difference?

inconsequential | flimsy | Related terms |

Inconsequential is a related term of flimsy.


As adjectives the difference between inconsequential and flimsy

is that inconsequential is having no consequence, not consequential, of little importance while flimsy is likely to bend or break under pressure; weak, shaky, flexible, or fragile.

As nouns the difference between inconsequential and flimsy

is that inconsequential is something unimportant; something that does not matter while flimsy is thin typing paper used to make multiple copies.

Flimsy vs Foolish - What's the difference?

flimsy | foolish | Synonyms |

Flimsy is a synonym of foolish.


As adjectives the difference between flimsy and foolish

is that flimsy is likely to bend or break under pressure; weak, shaky, flexible, or fragile while foolish is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

As a noun flimsy

is thin typing paper used to make multiple copies.

Superficial vs Flimsy - What's the difference?

superficial | flimsy |


As adjectives the difference between superficial and flimsy

is that superficial is shallow, lacking substance while flimsy is likely to bend or break under pressure; weak, shaky, flexible, or fragile.

As nouns the difference between superficial and flimsy

is that superficial is (chiefly in plural) a surface detail while flimsy is thin typing paper used to make multiple copies.

Flimsy vs Bespangled - What's the difference?

flimsy | bespangled | Related terms |

Flimsy is a related term of bespangled.


As an adjective flimsy

is likely to bend or break under pressure; weak, shaky, flexible, or fragile.

As a noun flimsy

is thin typing paper used to make multiple copies.

As a verb bespangled is

(bespangle).

Breakable vs Flimsy - What's the difference?

breakable | flimsy | Synonyms |

Breakable is a synonym of flimsy.


As adjectives the difference between breakable and flimsy

is that breakable is able to be broken while flimsy is likely to bend or break under pressure; weak, shaky, flexible, or fragile.

As nouns the difference between breakable and flimsy

is that breakable is something that is (easily) breakable while flimsy is thin typing paper used to make multiple copies.

Insufficient vs Flimsy - What's the difference?

insufficient | flimsy | Related terms |

Insufficient is a related term of flimsy.


As adjectives the difference between insufficient and flimsy

is that insufficient is not sufficient while flimsy is likely to bend or break under pressure; weak, shaky, flexible, or fragile.

As a noun flimsy is

thin typing paper used to make multiple copies.

Lightweight vs Flimsy - What's the difference?

lightweight | flimsy | Related terms |

Lightweight is a related term of flimsy.


As nouns the difference between lightweight and flimsy

is that lightweight is (boxing) a boxer in a weight division having a maximum limit of 135 pounds for professionals and 132 pounds for amateurs while flimsy is thin typing paper used to make multiple copies.

As adjectives the difference between lightweight and flimsy

is that lightweight is lacking in earnestness, ability, or profundity while flimsy is likely to bend or break under pressure; weak, shaky, flexible, or fragile.

Silken vs Flimsy - What's the difference?

silken | flimsy | Related terms |

Silken is a related term of flimsy.


As adjectives the difference between silken and flimsy

is that silken is made of silk while flimsy is likely to bend or break under pressure; weak, shaky, flexible, or fragile.

As a verb silken

is to render silken or silklike.

As a noun flimsy is

thin typing paper used to make multiple copies.

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