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Ill-disposed vs Malignant - What's the difference?

ill-disposed | malignant | Related terms |

Ill-disposed is a related term of malignant.


As adjectives the difference between ill-disposed and malignant

is that ill-disposed is not much disposed towards somebody or something; unsympathetic while malignant is harmful, malevolent, injurious.

As a noun malignant is

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Ill-disposed vs Invidious - What's the difference?

ill-disposed | invidious | Related terms |

Ill-disposed is a related term of invidious.


As adjectives the difference between ill-disposed and invidious

is that ill-disposed is not much disposed towards somebody or something; unsympathetic while invidious is (of a distinction) offensively or unfairly discriminating.

Ill-disposed vs Bitter - What's the difference?

ill-disposed | bitter | Related terms |

Ill-disposed is a related term of bitter.


As adjectives the difference between ill-disposed and bitter

is that ill-disposed is not much disposed towards somebody or something; unsympathetic while bitter is having an acrid taste (usually from a basic substance).

As a noun bitter is

(usually in the plural bitters) a liquid or powder, made from bitter herbs, used in mixed drinks or as a tonic.

As a verb bitter is

to make bitter.

Ill-disposed vs Spiteful - What's the difference?

ill-disposed | spiteful | Related terms |

Ill-disposed is a related term of spiteful.


As adjectives the difference between ill-disposed and spiteful

is that ill-disposed is not much disposed towards somebody or something; unsympathetic while spiteful is filled with, or showing, spite; having a desire to vex, annoy, or injure; malignant; malicious.

Ill-disposed vs Envious - What's the difference?

ill-disposed | envious | Related terms |

Ill-disposed is a related term of envious.


As adjectives the difference between ill-disposed and envious

is that ill-disposed is not much disposed towards somebody or something; unsympathetic while envious is feeling or exhibiting envy; jealously desiring the excellence or good fortune of another; maliciously grudging.