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Heated vs Hotted - What's the difference?

heated | hotted |


As verbs the difference between heated and hotted

is that heated is (heat) while hotted is (hot).

As an adjective heated

is very agitated, angry or impassioned.

Heated vs Chafed´ - What's the difference?

heated | chafed´ | Related terms |

Heated is a related term of chafed´.

Heated vs Torrid - What's the difference?

heated | torrid | Related terms |

Heated is a related term of torrid.


As adjectives the difference between heated and torrid

is that heated is very agitated, angry or impassioned while torrid is very hot and dry.

As a verb heated

is (heat).

Heated vs Flaming - What's the difference?

heated | flaming | Related terms |

Heated is a related term of flaming.


As verbs the difference between heated and flaming

is that heated is (heat) while flaming is .

As adjectives the difference between heated and flaming

is that heated is very agitated, angry or impassioned while flaming is on fire with visible flames.

As a noun flaming is

sterilization by holding an object in a hot flame.

Heated vs Warmed - What's the difference?

heated | warmed |


As verbs the difference between heated and warmed

is that heated is (heat) while warmed is (warm).

As adjectives the difference between heated and warmed

is that heated is very agitated, angry or impassioned while warmed is at a higher temperature.

Heated vs Sizzling - What's the difference?

heated | sizzling | Related terms |

Heated is a related term of sizzling.


As verbs the difference between heated and sizzling

is that heated is (heat) while sizzling is .

As adjectives the difference between heated and sizzling

is that heated is very agitated, angry or impassioned while sizzling is hot enough to make a hissing sound.

As a noun sizzling is

such a hissing sound.

Heated vs Irritated - What's the difference?

heated | irritated | Related terms |

Heated is a related term of irritated.


As verbs the difference between heated and irritated

is that heated is (heat) while irritated is (irritate).

As adjectives the difference between heated and irritated

is that heated is very agitated, angry or impassioned while irritated is experiencing a feeling of irritation.

Heated vs Stinging - What's the difference?

heated | stinging | Related terms |

Heated is a related term of stinging.


As verbs the difference between heated and stinging

is that heated is (heat) while stinging is .

As adjectives the difference between heated and stinging

is that heated is very agitated, angry or impassioned while stinging is having the capacity to sting.

As a noun stinging is

the act by which someone receives a sting.

Heated vs Stirring - What's the difference?

heated | stirring | Related terms |

Heated is a related term of stirring.


As verbs the difference between heated and stirring

is that heated is (heat) while stirring is .

As adjectives the difference between heated and stirring

is that heated is very agitated, angry or impassioned while stirring is invigorating or inspiring.

As a noun stirring is

(gerund of stir) an occasion on which something stirs or is stirred.

Heated vs Violent - What's the difference?

heated | violent | Synonyms |

Heated is a synonym of violent.


As verbs the difference between heated and violent

is that heated is (heat) while violent is (archaic) to urge with violence.

As adjectives the difference between heated and violent

is that heated is very agitated, angry or impassioned while violent is involving extreme force or motion.

As a noun violent is

(obsolete) an assailant.

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