hateful

Hatful vs Hateful - What's the difference?

hatful | hateful |


As a noun hatful

is the amount that will fit into a hat.

As an adjective hateful is

evoking a feeling of hatred.

Hateful vs Bateful - What's the difference?

hateful | bateful |


As adjectives the difference between hateful and bateful

is that hateful is evoking a feeling of hatred while bateful is (obsolete) exciting contention; contentious.

Fateful vs Hateful - What's the difference?

fateful | hateful |


As adjectives the difference between fateful and hateful

is that fateful is momentous, significant, setting or sealing ones fate while hateful is evoking a feeling of hatred.

Hateful vs Offens - What's the difference?

hateful | offens |


As an adjective hateful

is evoking a feeling of hatred.

As a noun offens is

misdeed.

Hateful vs Heinous - What's the difference?

hateful | heinous |


As adjectives the difference between hateful and heinous

is that hateful is evoking a feeling of hatred while heinous is totally reprehensible.

Taxonomy vs Hateful - What's the difference?

taxonomy | hateful |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective hateful is

evoking a feeling of hatred.

Hateful vs Animous - What's the difference?

hateful | animous |


As adjectives the difference between hateful and animous

is that hateful is evoking a feeling of hatred while animous is animose.

Repugnant vs Hateful - What's the difference?

repugnant | hateful |


As adjectives the difference between repugnant and hateful

is that repugnant is repugnant while hateful is evoking a feeling of hatred.

As a verb repugnant

is .

Harmful vs Hateful - What's the difference?

harmful | hateful |


As adjectives the difference between harmful and hateful

is that harmful is of a kind likely to be damaging; injurious while hateful is evoking a feeling of hatred.

Hateful vs Hatel - What's the difference?

hateful | hatel |


As adjectives the difference between hateful and hatel

is that hateful is evoking a feeling of hatred while hatel is (obsolete) hateful; detestable.

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