genial

Accessible vs Genial - What's the difference?

accessible | genial |


As adjectives the difference between accessible and genial

is that accessible is easy of access or approach; approachable while genial is great, fantastic.

Vigorous vs Genial - What's the difference?

vigorous | genial |


As adjectives the difference between vigorous and genial

is that vigorous is physically strong and active while genial is great, fantastic.

Genial vs Caustic - What's the difference?

genial | caustic |


As adjectives the difference between genial and caustic

is that genial is great, fantastic while caustic is caustic.

Genial vs Boon - What's the difference?

genial | boon |


As adjectives the difference between genial and boon

is that genial is great, fantastic while boon is (obsolete) good; prosperous; as, "boon voyage".

As a noun boon is

(obsolete) a prayer; petition or boon can be the woody portion of flax, separated from the fiber as refuse matter by retting, braking, and scutching.

Genial vs Decorum - What's the difference?

genial | decorum |


As an adjective genial

is great, fantastic.

As a noun decorum is

decorum.

Genial vs Considerate - What's the difference?

genial | considerate |


As adjectives the difference between genial and considerate

is that genial is great, fantastic while considerate is consciously thoughtful and observant (often of other people); caring.

Genial vs Salutary - What's the difference?

genial | salutary | Related terms |

Genial is a related term of salutary.


As adjectives the difference between genial and salutary

is that genial is great, fantastic while salutary is effecting or designed to effect an improvement; remedial: salutary advice.

Kind vs Genial - What's the difference?

kind | genial | Related terms |

Kind is a related term of genial.


As a noun kind

is child (young person).

As an adjective genial is

great, fantastic.

Genial vs Serious - What's the difference?

genial | serious |


As adjectives the difference between genial and serious

is that genial is great, fantastic while serious is without humor or expression of happiness; grave in manner or disposition; earnest; thoughtful; solemn.

Genial vs Compassionate - What's the difference?

genial | compassionate | Related terms |

Genial is a related term of compassionate.


As adjectives the difference between genial and compassionate

is that genial is great, fantastic while compassionate is having, feeling or showing compassion; sympathetic.

As a verb compassionate is

(archaic) to feel compassion for; to pity, feel sorry for.

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