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Feeble vs Former - What's the difference?

feeble | former | Related terms |

Feeble is a related term of former.


As adjectives the difference between feeble and former

is that feeble is deficient in physical strength; weak; infirm; debilitated while former is previous.

As a verb feeble

is (obsolete) to make feeble; to enfeeble.

As a noun former is

someone who forms something; a maker; a creator or founder.

Dilapidated vs Former - What's the difference?

dilapidated | former | Related terms |

Dilapidated is a related term of former.


As adjectives the difference between dilapidated and former

is that dilapidated is having fallen into a state of disrepair or deterioration, especially through neglect while former is previous.

As a verb dilapidated

is .

As a noun former is

someone who forms something; a maker; a creator or founder.

Former vs Venerable - What's the difference?

former | venerable | Related terms |

Former is a related term of venerable.


As adjectives the difference between former and venerable

is that former is previous while venerable is used as a form of address for an archdeacon in the anglican church.

As a noun former

is someone who forms something; a maker; a creator or founder.

Worn vs Former - What's the difference?

worn | former | Related terms |

Worn is a related term of former.


As adjectives the difference between worn and former

is that worn is damaged and shabby as a result of much use while former is previous.

As a verb worn

is .

As a noun former is

someone who forms something; a maker; a creator or founder.

Former vs Customary - What's the difference?

former | customary | Related terms |

Former is a related term of customary.


As adjectives the difference between former and customary

is that former is previous while customary is agreeing with, or established by, custom; established by common usage; conventional; habitual.

As nouns the difference between former and customary

is that former is someone who forms something; a maker; a creator or founder while customary is a book containing laws and usages, or customs; a custumal.

Former vs Obsolete - What's the difference?

former | obsolete | Related terms |

Former is a related term of obsolete.


As adjectives the difference between former and obsolete

is that former is previous while obsolete is obsolete, deprecated (computing).

As a noun former

is someone who forms something; a maker; a creator or founder.

Former vs Archaic - What's the difference?

former | archaic | Related terms |

Former is a related term of archaic.


As adjectives the difference between former and archaic

is that former is previous while archaic is of or characterized by antiquity; old-fashioned, quaint, antiquated.

As nouns the difference between former and archaic

is that former is someone who forms something; a maker; a creator or founder while archaic is (archaeology|us|usually capitalized) a general term for the prehistoric period intermediate between the earliest period (‘[http://enwikipediaorg/wiki/paleo-indian paleo-indian]’, ‘paleo-american’, ‘american‐paleolithic’, &c ) of human presence in the western hemisphere, and the most recent prehistoric period (‘woodland’, etc).

Sometime vs Former - What's the difference?

sometime | former |


As adjectives the difference between sometime and former

is that sometime is former, erstwhile; at some previous time while former is previous.

As an adverb sometime

is (us) at an unstated or indefinite time in the future.

As a noun former is

someone who forms something; a maker; a creator or founder.

Former vs Remaining - What's the difference?

former | remaining |


As adjectives the difference between former and remaining

is that former is previous while remaining is which remains, especially after something else has been removed.

As nouns the difference between former and remaining

is that former is someone who forms something; a maker; a creator or founder while remaining is an act or occurrence by which someone or something remains.

As a verb remaining is

.

Former vs Recent - What's the difference?

former | recent |


As adjectives the difference between former and recent

is that former is previous while recent is recent.

As a noun former

is someone who forms something; a maker; a creator or founder.

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