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Halting vs Stagger - What's the difference?

halting | stagger |


As verbs the difference between halting and stagger

is that halting is while stagger is sway unsteadily, reel, or totter.

As an adjective halting

is prone to pauses or breaks; hesitant; broken.

As a noun stagger is

an unsteady movement of the body in walking or standing, as if one were about to fall; a reeling motion; vertigo; -- often in the plural; as, the stagger of a drunken man.

Stammer vs Halting - What's the difference?

stammer | halting |


As verbs the difference between stammer and halting

is that stammer is while halting is .

As an adjective halting is

prone to pauses or breaks; hesitant; broken.

Stalling vs Halting - What's the difference?

stalling | halting |


As verbs the difference between stalling and halting

is that stalling is while halting is .

As a noun stalling

is stabling.

As an adjective halting is

prone to pauses or breaks; hesitant; broken.

Stiff vs Halting - What's the difference?

stiff | halting | Related terms |

Stiff is a related term of halting.


As adjectives the difference between stiff and halting

is that stiff is of an object, rigid, hard to bend, inflexible while halting is prone to pauses or breaks; hesitant; broken.

As verbs the difference between stiff and halting

is that stiff is to fail to pay that which one owes (implicitly or explicitly) to another, especially by departing hastily while halting is .

As a noun stiff

is an average person, usually male, of no particular distinction, skill, or education, often a working stiff''''' or ''lucky '''stiff .

Difficult vs Halting - What's the difference?

difficult | halting | Related terms |

Difficult is a related term of halting.


As adjectives the difference between difficult and halting

is that difficult is hard, not easy, requiring much effort while halting is prone to pauses or breaks; hesitant; broken.

As verbs the difference between difficult and halting

is that difficult is (obsolete|transitive) to make difficult; to impede; to perplex while halting is .

Crippled vs Halting - What's the difference?

crippled | halting | Related terms |

Crippled is a related term of halting.


As adjectives the difference between crippled and halting

is that crippled is having a less than fully functional limb, or injuries which prevent full mobility while halting is prone to pauses or breaks; hesitant; broken.

As verbs the difference between crippled and halting

is that crippled is (cripple) while halting is .

Halting vs Clumsy - What's the difference?

halting | clumsy | Related terms |

Halting is a related term of clumsy.


As adjectives the difference between halting and clumsy

is that halting is prone to pauses or breaks; hesitant; broken while clumsy is awkward, lacking coordination, not graceful, not dextrous.

As a verb halting

is .

As a noun clumsy is

a person.

Limping vs Halting - What's the difference?

limping | halting | Related terms |

Limping is a related term of halting.


As verbs the difference between limping and halting

is that limping is while halting is .

As an adjective halting is

prone to pauses or breaks; hesitant; broken.

Faltering vs Halting - What's the difference?

faltering | halting | Related terms |

Faltering is a related term of halting.


As verbs the difference between faltering and halting

is that faltering is while halting is .

As a noun faltering

is hesitancy.

As an adjective halting is

prone to pauses or breaks; hesitant; broken.

Strained vs Halting - What's the difference?

strained | halting | Related terms |

Strained is a related term of halting.


As adjectives the difference between strained and halting

is that strained is forced through a strainer while halting is prone to pauses or breaks; hesitant; broken.

As verbs the difference between strained and halting

is that strained is (strain) while halting is .

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