frustrate

Depress vs Frustrate - What's the difference?

depress | frustrate |


As verbs the difference between depress and frustrate

is that depress is to press down while frustrate is to disappoint or defeat; to vex by depriving of something expected or desired.

As an adjective frustrate is

vain; ineffectual; useless; nugatory.

Mock vs Frustrate - What's the difference?

mock | frustrate | Related terms |

Mock is a related term of frustrate.


As verbs the difference between mock and frustrate

is that mock is to mimic, to simulate while frustrate is to disappoint or defeat; to vex by depriving of something expected or desired.

As adjectives the difference between mock and frustrate

is that mock is imitation, not genuine; fake while frustrate is vain; ineffectual; useless; nugatory.

As a noun mock

is an imitation, usually of lesser quality.

Frustrate vs Infuriate - What's the difference?

frustrate | infuriate |


As verbs the difference between frustrate and infuriate

is that frustrate is to disappoint or defeat; to vex by depriving of something expected or desired while infuriate is to make furious or mad with anger; to enrage.

As adjectives the difference between frustrate and infuriate

is that frustrate is vain; ineffectual; useless; nugatory while infuriate is enraged, furious.

Frustrate vs Tantalize - What's the difference?

frustrate | tantalize | Related terms |

Frustrate is a related term of tantalize.


In lang=en terms the difference between frustrate and tantalize

is that frustrate is to cause stress or panic while tantalize is to bait (someone) by showing something desirable but leaving them unsatisfied.

As verbs the difference between frustrate and tantalize

is that frustrate is to disappoint or defeat; to vex by depriving of something expected or desired while tantalize is to tease (someone) by offering something desirable but keeping it out of reach.

As an adjective frustrate

is vain; ineffectual; useless; nugatory.

Eschew vs Frustrate - What's the difference?

eschew | frustrate | Related terms |

Eschew is a related term of frustrate.


As verbs the difference between eschew and frustrate

is that eschew is (formal) to avoid; to shun, to shy away from while frustrate is to disappoint or defeat; to vex by depriving of something expected or desired.

As an adjective frustrate is

vain; ineffectual; useless; nugatory.

Facilitate vs Frustrate - What's the difference?

facilitate | frustrate |


As verbs the difference between facilitate and frustrate

is that facilitate is to make easy or easier while frustrate is to disappoint or defeat; to vex by depriving of something expected or desired.

As an adjective frustrate is

vain; ineffectual; useless; nugatory.

Oppression vs Frustrate - What's the difference?

oppression | frustrate |


As a noun oppression

is the exercise of authority or power in a burdensome, cruel, or unjust manner.

As a verb frustrate is

to disappoint or defeat; to vex by depriving of something expected or desired.

As an adjective frustrate is

vain; ineffectual; useless; nugatory.

Disturb vs Frustrate - What's the difference?

disturb | frustrate | Related terms |

Disturb is a related term of frustrate.


In lang=en terms the difference between disturb and frustrate

is that disturb is to have a negative emotional impact; to cause emotional distress or confusion while frustrate is to cause stress or panic.

As verbs the difference between disturb and frustrate

is that disturb is to confuse a quiet, constant state or a calm, continuous flow, in particular: thoughts, actions or liquids while frustrate is to disappoint or defeat; to vex by depriving of something expected or desired.

As a noun disturb

is (obsolete) disturbance.

As an adjective frustrate is

vain; ineffectual; useless; nugatory.

Frustrate vs Daunt - What's the difference?

frustrate | daunt |


As verbs the difference between frustrate and daunt

is that frustrate is to disappoint or defeat; to vex by depriving of something expected or desired while daunt is to discourage, intimidate.

As an adjective frustrate

is vain; ineffectual; useless; nugatory.

Frustrate vs Circumscribe - What's the difference?

frustrate | circumscribe |


As verbs the difference between frustrate and circumscribe

is that frustrate is to disappoint or defeat; to vex by depriving of something expected or desired while circumscribe is to draw a line around; to encircle.

As an adjective frustrate

is vain; ineffectual; useless; nugatory.

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