impasse

Impasse vs Problematic - What's the difference?

impasse | problematic |


As nouns the difference between impasse and problematic

is that impasse is a road with no exit; a cul-de-sac while problematic is (chiefly|in the plural) a problem or difficulty in a particular field of study.

As an adjective problematic is

posing a problem; difficult to overcome or solve.

Impasse vs Deadend - What's the difference?

impasse | deadend |


As nouns the difference between impasse and deadend

is that impasse is a road with no exit; a cul-de-sac while deadend is .

Impasse vs Plight - What's the difference?

impasse | plight |


As nouns the difference between impasse and plight

is that impasse is a road with no exit; a cul-de-sac while plight is a dire or unfortunate situation or plight can be responsibility for ensuing consequences; risk; danger; peril or plight can be (obsolete) a network; a plait; a fold; rarely a garment.

As a verb plight is

to expose to risk; to pledge or plight can be (obsolete) to weave; to braid; to fold; to plait.

Inexorable vs Impasse - What's the difference?

inexorable | impasse |


As an adjective inexorable

is unable to be persuaded; relentless; unrelenting.

As a noun impasse is

a road with no exit; a cul-de-sac.

Impassive vs Impasse - What's the difference?

impassive | impasse |


As an adjective impassive

is having, or revealing, no emotion.

As a noun impasse is

a road with no exit; a cul-de-sac.

Impasse vs Logjam - What's the difference?

impasse | logjam |


As nouns the difference between impasse and logjam

is that impasse is a road with no exit; a cul-de-sac while logjam is an excess of logs being conveyed on a river, so that their motion halts.

Impasse - What does it mean?

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Checkmate vs Impasse - What's the difference?

checkmate | impasse | Related terms |

Checkmate is a related term of impasse.


As nouns the difference between checkmate and impasse

is that checkmate is the conclusive victory in a game of chess that occurs when an opponent's king is threatened with unavoidable capture while impasse is a road with no exit; a cul-de-sac.

As an interjection checkmate

is (chess) word called out by the victor when making the conclusive move.

As a verb checkmate

is (chess) to put the king of an opponent into checkmate.

Impasse vs Morass - What's the difference?

impasse | morass |


As nouns the difference between impasse and morass

is that impasse is a road with no exit; a cul-de-sac while morass is a tract of soft, wet ground; a marsh; a fen.

Passe vs Impasse - What's the difference?

passe | impasse |


As nouns the difference between passe and impasse

is that passe is while impasse is a road with no exit; a cul-de-sac.

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