gloat

Gloat vs Malevolent - What's the difference?

gloat | malevolent |


As a verb gloat

is to exhibit a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, often at an adversary's misfortune.

As a noun gloat

is an act or instance of gloating.

As an adjective malevolent is

having or displaying ill will; wishing harm on others.

Tease vs Gloat - What's the difference?

tease | gloat |


As verbs the difference between tease and gloat

is that tease is to separate the fibres of a fibrous material while gloat is to exhibit a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, often at an adversary's misfortune.

As nouns the difference between tease and gloat

is that tease is one who teases while gloat is an act or instance of gloating.

Celebrate vs Gloat - What's the difference?

celebrate | gloat |


As verbs the difference between celebrate and gloat

is that celebrate is to extol or honour in a solemn manner while gloat is to exhibit a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, often at an adversary's misfortune.

As a noun gloat is

an act or instance of gloating.

Gloat vs Grimace - What's the difference?

gloat | grimace |


As verbs the difference between gloat and grimace

is that gloat is to exhibit a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, often at an adversary's misfortune while grimace is .

As a noun gloat

is an act or instance of gloating.

Gloat vs Mock - What's the difference?

gloat | mock |


As verbs the difference between gloat and mock

is that gloat is to exhibit a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, often at an adversary's misfortune while mock is to mimic, to simulate.

As nouns the difference between gloat and mock

is that gloat is an act or instance of gloating while mock is an imitation, usually of lesser quality.

As an adjective mock is

imitation, not genuine; fake.

Gloat vs Narcissistic - What's the difference?

gloat | narcissistic |


As nouns the difference between gloat and narcissistic

is that gloat is an act or instance of gloating while narcissistic is a narcissist.

As a verb gloat

is to exhibit a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, often at an adversary's misfortune.

As an adjective narcissistic is

having an inflated idea of one's own importance.

Gloat vs Complacency - What's the difference?

gloat | complacency |


As nouns the difference between gloat and complacency

is that gloat is an act or instance of gloating while complacency is a feeling of contented self-satisfaction, especially when unaware of upcoming trouble.

As a verb gloat

is to exhibit a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, often at an adversary's misfortune.

Chortle vs Gloat - What's the difference?

chortle | gloat |


As nouns the difference between chortle and gloat

is that chortle is a joyful, somewhat muffled laugh, rather like a snorting chuckle while gloat is an act or instance of gloating.

As verbs the difference between chortle and gloat

is that chortle is to laugh with a chortle or chortles while gloat is to exhibit a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, often at an adversary's misfortune.

Gloat vs Fumble - What's the difference?

gloat | fumble |


As verbs the difference between gloat and fumble

is that gloat is to exhibit a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, often at an adversary's misfortune while fumble is (intransitive) to idly touch or nervously handle.

As nouns the difference between gloat and fumble

is that gloat is an act or instance of gloating while fumble is (sports) a ball etc that has been dropped.

Gloat vs Vaunt - What's the difference?

gloat | vaunt |


As verbs the difference between gloat and vaunt

is that gloat is to exhibit a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, often at an adversary's misfortune while vaunt is to speak boastfully.

As nouns the difference between gloat and vaunt

is that gloat is an act or instance of gloating while vaunt is a boast; an instance of vaunting or vaunt can be (obsolete) the first part.

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