heaviness

Feebleness vs Heaviness - What's the difference?

feebleness | heaviness | Related terms |

Feebleness is a related term of heaviness.


As nouns the difference between feebleness and heaviness

is that feebleness is the quality or state of being feeble; debility; infirmity while heaviness is the state of being heavy; weight, weightiness, force of impact or gravity.

Heaviness vs Dejection - What's the difference?

heaviness | dejection | Related terms |

Heaviness is a related term of dejection.


As nouns the difference between heaviness and dejection

is that heaviness is the state of being heavy; weight, weightiness, force of impact or gravity while dejection is dejection, defecation.

Heaviness vs Importance - What's the difference?

heaviness | importance | Related terms |

Heaviness is a related term of importance.


As nouns the difference between heaviness and importance

is that heaviness is the state of being heavy; weight, weightiness, force of impact or gravity while importance is the quality or condition of being important or worthy of note.

Heaviness vs Darkness - What's the difference?

heaviness | darkness | Related terms |

Heaviness is a related term of darkness.


As nouns the difference between heaviness and darkness

is that heaviness is the state of being heavy; weight, weightiness, force of impact or gravity while darkness is (lb) the state of being dark; lack of light.

Heaviness vs Efficacy - What's the difference?

heaviness | efficacy | Related terms |

Heaviness is a related term of efficacy.


As nouns the difference between heaviness and efficacy

is that heaviness is the state of being heavy; weight, weightiness, force of impact or gravity while efficacy is (uncountable) ability to produce a desired amount of a desired effect.

Obscurity vs Heaviness - What's the difference?

obscurity | heaviness | Related terms |

Obscurity is a related term of heaviness.


As nouns the difference between obscurity and heaviness

is that obscurity is (label) darkness; the absence of light while heaviness is the state of being heavy; weight, weightiness, force of impact or gravity.

Regret vs Heaviness - What's the difference?

regret | heaviness | Related terms |

Regret is a related term of heaviness.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between regret and heaviness

is that regret is (obsolete) dislike; aversion while heaviness is (obsolete) oppression; dejectedness, sadness.

As nouns the difference between regret and heaviness

is that regret is emotional pain on account of something done or experienced in the past, with a wish that it had been different; a looking back with dissatisfaction or with longing while heaviness is the state of being heavy; weight, weightiness, force of impact or gravity.

As a verb regret

is to feel sorry about (a thing that has or has not happened), afterthink: to wish that a thing had not happened, that something else had happened instead.

Heaviness vs Burden - What's the difference?

heaviness | burden | Related terms |

Heaviness is a related term of burden.


As nouns the difference between heaviness and burden

is that heaviness is the state of being heavy; weight, weightiness, force of impact or gravity while burden is .

Faintness vs Heaviness - What's the difference?

faintness | heaviness | Related terms |

Faintness is a related term of heaviness.


As nouns the difference between faintness and heaviness

is that faintness is the property of being or feeling faint while heaviness is the state of being heavy; weight, weightiness, force of impact or gravity.

Gloom vs Heaviness - What's the difference?

gloom | heaviness | Synonyms |

Gloom is a synonym of heaviness.


As nouns the difference between gloom and heaviness

is that gloom is darkness, dimness or obscurity while heaviness is the state of being heavy; weight, weightiness, force of impact or gravity.

As a verb gloom

is to be dark or gloomy.

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