impressed

Impressed vs Captivated - What's the difference?

impressed | captivated |


As verbs the difference between impressed and captivated

is that impressed is (impress) while captivated is (captivate).

As an adjective impressed

is strongly affected, especially favourably.

Flabbergasted vs Impressed - What's the difference?

flabbergasted | impressed |


As adjectives the difference between flabbergasted and impressed

is that flabbergasted is appalled, annoyed, exhausted or disgusted{{reference-book while impressed is strongly affected, especially favourably.

As verbs the difference between flabbergasted and impressed

is that flabbergasted is (flabbergast) while impressed is (impress).

Susceptible vs Impressed - What's the difference?

susceptible | impressed |


As adjectives the difference between susceptible and impressed

is that susceptible is likely to be affected by something while impressed is strongly affected, especially favourably.

As a noun susceptible

is (epidemiology) a person who is vulnerable to being infected by a certain disease.

As a verb impressed is

(impress).

Impressed vs Incised - What's the difference?

impressed | incised |


As verbs the difference between impressed and incised

is that impressed is (impress) while incised is (incise).

As an adjective impressed

is strongly affected, especially favourably.

Impressed vs Admire - What's the difference?

impressed | admire |


As verbs the difference between impressed and admire

is that impressed is (impress) while admire is .

As an adjective impressed

is strongly affected, especially favourably.

Thrilled vs Impressed - What's the difference?

thrilled | impressed |


As verbs the difference between thrilled and impressed

is that thrilled is (thrill) while impressed is (impress).

As adjectives the difference between thrilled and impressed

is that thrilled is extremely excited or delighted while impressed is strongly affected, especially favourably.

Impressed vs Impacted - What's the difference?

impressed | impacted |


As verbs the difference between impressed and impacted

is that impressed is (impress) while impacted is (impact).

As an adjective impressed

is strongly affected, especially favourably.

Impressed vs Curious - What's the difference?

impressed | curious |


As adjectives the difference between impressed and curious

is that impressed is strongly affected, especially favourably while curious is (lb) fastidious, particular; demanding a high standard of excellence, difficult to satisfy.

As a verb impressed

is (impress).

Impressed vs Undefined - What's the difference?

impressed | undefined |


As adjectives the difference between impressed and undefined

is that impressed is strongly affected, especially favourably while undefined is lacking a definition or value.

As a verb impressed

is (impress).

Amaze vs Impressed - What's the difference?

amaze | impressed |


As verbs the difference between amaze and impressed

is that amaze is (obsolete) to stupefy; to knock unconscious while impressed is (impress).

As a noun amaze

is .

As an adjective impressed is

strongly affected, especially favourably.

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