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Peaceful vs Harmless - What's the difference?

peaceful | harmless |


As adjectives the difference between peaceful and harmless

is that peaceful is not at war or disturbed by strife or turmoil while harmless is incapable of causing harm or danger.

Harmless vs Uninjured - What's the difference?

harmless | uninjured | Synonyms |

Harmless is a synonym of uninjured.


As adjectives the difference between harmless and uninjured

is that harmless is incapable of causing harm or danger while uninjured is that did not suffer lesion.

As a noun uninjured is

one or many people or objects that have not suffered injury.

Plain vs Harmless - What's the difference?

plain | harmless | Related terms |

Plain is a related term of harmless.


As adjectives the difference between plain and harmless

is that plain is while harmless is incapable of causing harm or danger.

As an adverb plain

is (colloquial) simply.

As a noun plain

is (rare|poetic) a lamentation or plain can be an expanse of land with relatively low relief.

As a verb plain

is to lament, bewail or plain can be (obsolete|transitive) to plane or level; to make plain or even on the surface.

Harmless vs Unaffected - What's the difference?

harmless | unaffected | Related terms |

Harmless is a related term of unaffected.


As adjectives the difference between harmless and unaffected

is that harmless is incapable of causing harm or danger while unaffected is not affected or changed.

As a noun unaffected is

someone not , as by a disease.

Harmless vs Credulous - What's the difference?

harmless | credulous | Related terms |

Harmless is a related term of credulous.


As adjectives the difference between harmless and credulous

is that harmless is incapable of causing harm or danger while credulous is excessively ready to believe things; gullible.

Harmless vs Guiltless - What's the difference?

harmless | guiltless | Related terms |

Harmless is a related term of guiltless.


As adjectives the difference between harmless and guiltless

is that harmless is incapable of causing harm or danger while guiltless is free from guilt; innocent.

Mere vs Harmless - What's the difference?

mere | harmless | Related terms |

Mere is a related term of harmless.


As a noun mere

is fear, awe.

As an adjective harmless is

incapable of causing harm or danger.

Mild vs Harmless - What's the difference?

mild | harmless | Related terms |

Mild is a related term of harmless.


As adjectives the difference between mild and harmless

is that mild is gentle and not easily provoked while harmless is incapable of causing harm or danger.

As a noun mild

is (british) a relatively low-gravity beer, often with a dark colour; mild ale.

Harmless vs Benevolent - What's the difference?

harmless | benevolent |


As adjectives the difference between harmless and benevolent

is that harmless is incapable of causing harm or danger while benevolent is having a disposition to do good.

Harmless vs Innoxious - What's the difference?

harmless | innoxious | Related terms |

Harmless is a related term of innoxious.


As adjectives the difference between harmless and innoxious

is that harmless is incapable of causing harm or danger while innoxious is having no harmful effect.

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