imperfectly

Perfectly vs Imperfectly - What's the difference?

perfectly | imperfectly | Antonyms |

Perfectly is an antonym of imperfectly.


As adverbs the difference between perfectly and imperfectly

is that perfectly is with perfection while imperfectly is in an imperfect manner or degree; not fully or completely.

Completely vs Imperfectly - What's the difference?

completely | imperfectly |


As adverbs the difference between completely and imperfectly

is that completely is (manner) in a complete manner; fully; totally; utterly while imperfectly is in an imperfect manner or degree; not fully or completely.

Fully vs Imperfectly - What's the difference?

fully | imperfectly |


As adverbs the difference between fully and imperfectly

is that fully is in a full manner; without lack or defect while imperfectly is in an imperfect manner or degree; not fully or completely.

Degree vs Imperfectly - What's the difference?

degree | imperfectly |


As a noun degree

is (obsolete|outside|heraldry) a step on a set of stairs; the rung of a ladder.

As an adverb imperfectly is

in an imperfect manner or degree; not fully or completely.

Imperfect vs Imperfectly - What's the difference?

imperfect | imperfectly |


As an adjective imperfect

is not perfect.

As a noun imperfect

is something having a minor flaw.

As an adverb imperfectly is

in an imperfect manner or degree; not fully or completely.

Imperfectly vs Ill - What's the difference?

imperfectly | ill |


As adverbs the difference between imperfectly and ill

is that imperfectly is in an imperfect manner or degree; not fully or completely while ill is not well; imperfectly, badly; hardly.

As a adjective ill is

(obsolete) evil; wicked (of people).

As a noun ill is

(often pluralized) trouble; distress; misfortune; adversity.