impervious

Impervious vs Deliberate - What's the difference?

impervious | deliberate | Related terms |

Impervious is a related term of deliberate.


As adjectives the difference between impervious and deliberate

is that impervious is unaffected or unable to be affected by while deliberate is done on purpose; intentional.

As a verb deliberate is

to consider carefully.

Dispassionate vs Impervious - What's the difference?

dispassionate | impervious | Related terms |

Dispassionate is a related term of impervious.


As adjectives the difference between dispassionate and impervious

is that dispassionate is not showing, and not affected by emotion, bias, or prejudice while impervious is unaffected or unable to be affected by.

Impervious vs Impassable - What's the difference?

impervious | impassable | Related terms |

Impervious is a related term of impassable.


As adjectives the difference between impervious and impassable

is that impervious is unaffected or unable to be affected by while impassable is incapable of being passed over, crossed, or negotiated.

Unemotional vs Impervious - What's the difference?

unemotional | impervious | Related terms |

Unemotional is a related term of impervious.


As adjectives the difference between unemotional and impervious

is that unemotional is showing little or no feeling while impervious is unaffected or unable to be affected by.

Unimpressible vs Impervious - What's the difference?

unimpressible | impervious | Related terms |

Unimpressible is a related term of impervious.


As adjectives the difference between unimpressible and impervious

is that unimpressible is not impressible; not sensitive; apathetic while impervious is unaffected or unable to be affected by.

Aloof vs Impervious - What's the difference?

aloof | impervious | Related terms |

Aloof is a related term of impervious.


As adjectives the difference between aloof and impervious

is that aloof is reserved and remote; either physically or emotionally distant; standoffish while impervious is unaffected or unable to be affected by.

As an adverb aloof

is at or from a distance, but within view, or at a small distance; apart; away.

As a preposition aloof

is (obsolete) away from; clear of.

Unfriendly vs Impervious - What's the difference?

unfriendly | impervious | Related terms |

Unfriendly is a related term of impervious.


As adjectives the difference between unfriendly and impervious

is that unfriendly is not friendly; hostile; mean while impervious is unaffected or unable to be affected by.

As a noun unfriendly

is an enemy.

Impervious vs Thick - What's the difference?

impervious | thick | Related terms |

Impervious is a related term of thick.


As adjectives the difference between impervious and thick

is that impervious is unaffected or unable to be affected by while thick is relatively great in extent from one surface to the opposite in its smallest solid dimension.

As an adverb thick is

in a thick manner.

As a noun thick is

the thickest, or most active or intense, part of something.

As a verb thick is

(archaic|transitive) to thicken.

Unfeeling vs Impervious - What's the difference?

unfeeling | impervious | Related terms |

Unfeeling is a related term of impervious.


As adjectives the difference between unfeeling and impervious

is that unfeeling is without emotion or sympathy while impervious is unaffected or unable to be affected by.

Heartless vs Impervious - What's the difference?

heartless | impervious | Related terms |

Heartless is a related term of impervious.


As adjectives the difference between heartless and impervious

is that heartless is without a heart; specifically, without feeling, emotion, or concern for others; uncaring while impervious is unaffected or unable to be affected by.

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