impotent

Futile vs Impotent - What's the difference?

futile | impotent |


As adjectives the difference between futile and impotent

is that futile is incapable of producing results; useless; not successful; not worth attempting while impotent is lacking physical strength or vigor; weak.

Impotent vs Uncapable - What's the difference?

impotent | uncapable |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between impotent and uncapable

is that impotent is (obsolete) lacking self-restraint while uncapable is (obsolete) not capable; incapable.

As adjectives the difference between impotent and uncapable

is that impotent is lacking physical strength or vigor; weak while uncapable is (obsolete) not capable; incapable.

Impotent vs Almight - What's the difference?

impotent | almight |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between impotent and almight

is that impotent is (obsolete) lacking self-restraint while almight is (obsolete) almighty.

As adjectives the difference between impotent and almight

is that impotent is lacking physical strength or vigor; weak while almight is (obsolete) almighty.

Disabled vs Impotent - What's the difference?

disabled | impotent |


As adjectives the difference between disabled and impotent

is that disabled is made incapable of use or action while impotent is lacking physical strength or vigor; weak.

As a noun disabled

is one who is disabled (often used collectively as the disabled , but sometimes also singular).

As a verb disabled

is (disable).

Impotent vs Feebly - What's the difference?

impotent | feebly |


As an adjective impotent

is lacking physical strength or vigor; weak.

As an adverb feebly is

in a feeble manner.

Impotent vs Capable - What's the difference?

impotent | capable |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between impotent and capable

is that impotent is (obsolete) lacking self-restraint while capable is (obsolete) of sufficient capacity or size for holding, containing, receiving or taking in construed with of'', ''for or an infinitive.

As adjectives the difference between impotent and capable

is that impotent is lacking physical strength or vigor; weak while capable is able and efficient; having the ability needed for a specific task; having the disposition to do something; permitting or being susceptible to something.

Impotent vs Frail - What's the difference?

impotent | frail |


As adjectives the difference between impotent and frail

is that impotent is lacking physical strength or vigor; weak while frail is easily broken; mentally or physically fragile; not firm or durable; liable to fail and perish; easily destroyed; not tenacious of life; weak; infirm.

As a noun frail is

a basket made of rushes, used chiefly for containing figs and raisins.

As a verb frail is

to play a stringed instrument, usually a banjo, by picking with the back of a fingernail.

Impotent vs Necessary - What's the difference?

impotent | necessary |


As adjectives the difference between impotent and necessary

is that impotent is lacking physical strength or vigor; weak while necessary is needed, required.

As a noun necessary is

(archaic|british) bathroom, toilet, loo.

Impotent vs Impudent - What's the difference?

impotent | impudent |


As adjectives the difference between impotent and impudent

is that impotent is lacking physical strength or vigor; weak while impudent is not showing due respect; impertinent; bold-faced.

Impotent vs Spayed - What's the difference?

impotent | spayed | Related terms |

Impotent is a related term of spayed.


As an adjective impotent

is lacking physical strength or vigor; weak.

As a verb spayed is

(spay).

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