foible

What is the difference between bibulous and foible?

bibulous | foible |


As adjectives the difference between bibulous and foible

is that bibulous is very absorbent while foible is (obsolete) weak; feeble.

As a noun foible is

a quirk, idiosyncrasy, or mannerism; unusual habit or way (usage is typically plural), that is slightly strange or silly.

What is the difference between proverb and foible?

proverb | foible |


As nouns the difference between proverb and foible

is that proverb is a phrase expressing a basic truth which may be applied to common situations while foible is a quirk, idiosyncrasy, or mannerism; unusual habit or way (usage is typically plural), that is slightly strange or silly.

As a verb proverb

is to write or utter proverbs.

As a adjective foible is

(obsolete) weak; feeble.

What is the difference between way and foible?

way | foible |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between way and foible

is that way is (obsolete) to travel while foible is (obsolete) weak; feeble.

As nouns the difference between way and foible

is that way is a road, a direction, a (physical or conceptual) path from one place to another or way can be the name of the letter for the w sound in pitman shorthand while foible is a quirk, idiosyncrasy, or mannerism; unusual habit or way (usage is typically plural), that is slightly strange or silly.

As a adverb way

is (informal|with comparative or modified adjective) much.

As a interjection way

is it is true.

As a verb way

is (obsolete) to travel.

As a adjective foible is

(obsolete) weak; feeble.

What is the difference between fillip and foible?

fillip | foible |


As nouns the difference between fillip and foible

is that fillip is (archaic) a flick; the act of releasing the index finger from the hold of a thumb with a snap while foible is a quirk, idiosyncrasy, or mannerism; unusual habit or way (usage is typically plural), that is slightly strange or silly.

As a verb fillip

is to strike or project with the nail of a finger snapped from the end of the thumb; flick.

As a adjective foible is

(obsolete) weak; feeble.

What is the difference between mannerism and foible?

mannerism | foible |


As nouns the difference between mannerism and foible

is that mannerism is a group of verbal or other unconscious habitual behaviors peculiar to an individual or mannerism can be (arts|literature) in literature, an ostentatious and unnatural style of the second half of the sixteenth century in the contemporary criticism, described as a negation of the classicist equilibrium, pre-baroque, and deforming expressiveness while foible is a quirk, idiosyncrasy, or mannerism; unusual habit or way (usage is typically plural), that is slightly strange or silly.

As a adjective foible is

(obsolete) weak; feeble.

What is the difference between habit and foible?

habit | foible |


As nouns the difference between habit and foible

is that habit is an action done on a regular basis while foible is a quirk, idiosyncrasy, or mannerism; unusual habit or way (usage is typically plural), that is slightly strange or silly.

As a verb habit

is to clothe.

As a adjective foible is

(obsolete) weak; feeble.

What is the difference between idiosyncrasy and foible?

idiosyncrasy | foible | Synonyms |

Foible is a synonym of idiosyncrasy.


As nouns the difference between idiosyncrasy and foible

is that idiosyncrasy is a behavior or way of thinking that is characteristic of a person while foible is a quirk, idiosyncrasy, or mannerism; unusual habit or way (usage is typically plural), that is slightly strange or silly.

As a adjective foible is

(obsolete) weak; feeble.

What is the difference between feeble and foible?

feeble | foible |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between feeble and foible

is that feeble is (obsolete) to make feeble; to enfeeble while foible is (obsolete) weak; feeble.

As adjectives the difference between feeble and foible

is that feeble is deficient in physical strength; weak; infirm; debilitated while foible is (obsolete) weak; feeble.

As a verb feeble

is (obsolete) to make feeble; to enfeeble.

As a noun foible is

a quirk, idiosyncrasy, or mannerism; unusual habit or way (usage is typically plural), that is slightly strange or silly.

What is the difference between quirk and foible?

quirk | foible |


As nouns the difference between quirk and foible

is that quirk is an idiosyncrasy; a slight glitch, mannerism; something unusual about the manner or style of something or someone while foible is a quirk, idiosyncrasy, or mannerism; unusual habit or way (usage is typically plural), that is slightly strange or silly.

As a adjective foible is

(obsolete) weak; feeble.

What is the difference between foible and virtue?

foible | virtue | Antonyms |

Foible is an antonym of virtue.


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between foible and virtue

is that foible is (obsolete) weak; feeble while virtue is (obsolete) the inherent power of a god, or other supernatural being.

As nouns the difference between foible and virtue

is that foible is a quirk, idiosyncrasy, or mannerism; unusual habit or way (usage is typically plural), that is slightly strange or silly while virtue is (obsolete) the inherent power of a god, or other supernatural being.

As a adjective foible

is (obsolete) weak; feeble.

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