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Narcissistic vs Imperious - What's the difference?

narcissistic | imperious |


As adjectives the difference between narcissistic and imperious

is that narcissistic is having an inflated idea of one's own importance while imperious is domineering, arrogant, or overbearing.

As a noun narcissistic

is a narcissist.

August vs Imperious - What's the difference?

august | imperious | Related terms |

August is a related term of imperious.


As a proper noun august

is the eighth month of the gregorian calendar, following july and preceding september abbreviation: aug' or ' or august can be .

As an adjective imperious is

domineering, arrogant, or overbearing.

Imperious vs Hauteur - What's the difference?

imperious | hauteur |


As an adjective imperious

is domineering, arrogant, or overbearing.

As a noun hauteur is

haughtiness or arrogance; loftiness.

Heterodox vs Imperious - What's the difference?

heterodox | imperious |


As adjectives the difference between heterodox and imperious

is that heterodox is of or pertaining to creeds, beliefs, or teachings, especially religious ones, that are different from the norm ('orthodox'), but not sufficiently different to be called heretical while imperious is domineering, arrogant, or overbearing.

Biased vs Imperious - What's the difference?

biased | imperious | Related terms |

Biased is a related term of imperious.


As adjectives the difference between biased and imperious

is that biased is exhibiting bias; prejudiced while imperious is domineering, arrogant, or overbearing.

As a verb biased

is (bias).

Imperious vs Wise - What's the difference?

imperious | wise |


As an adjective imperious

is domineering, arrogant, or overbearing.

As an acronym wise is

(aviation|nautical) (adjective).

Imperious vs Humble - What's the difference?

imperious | humble |


As adjectives the difference between imperious and humble

is that imperious is domineering, arrogant, or overbearing while humble is near the ground; not high or lofty; not pretentious or magnificent; unpretending; unassuming; as, a humble cottage or humble can be hornless.

As a verb humble is

to bring low; to reduce the power, independence, or exaltation of; to lower; to abase; to humiliate.

Imperative vs Imperious - What's the difference?

imperative | imperious | Related terms |

Imperative is a related term of imperious.


As adjectives the difference between imperative and imperious

is that imperative is while imperious is domineering, arrogant, or overbearing.

Imperious vs Stubborn - What's the difference?

imperious | stubborn | Related terms |

Imperious is a related term of stubborn.


As adjectives the difference between imperious and stubborn

is that imperious is domineering, arrogant, or overbearing while stubborn is refusing to move or to change one's opinion; obstinate; firmly resisting.

Lofty vs Imperious - What's the difference?

lofty | imperious | Related terms |

Lofty is a related term of imperious.


As a proper noun lofty

is (informal) nickname for a tall (usually male) person.

As an adjective imperious is

domineering, arrogant, or overbearing.

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