inhibit

Inhibit vs Recluse - What's the difference?

inhibit | recluse |


As verbs the difference between inhibit and recluse

is that inhibit is to hinder; to restrain while recluse is (obsolete) to shut; to seclude.

As an adjective recluse is

(now rare ) sequestered; secluded, isolated.

As a noun recluse is

a person who lives in self-imposed isolation or seclusion from the world, especially for religious purposes; a hermit.

Inhibit vs Live - What's the difference?

inhibit | live |


As a verb inhibit

is to hinder; to restrain.

As a proper noun live is

, a variant of liv.

Inhibit vs Avert - What's the difference?

inhibit | avert |


As verbs the difference between inhibit and avert

is that inhibit is to hinder; to restrain while avert is to turn aside or away.

Inhibit vs Timid - What's the difference?

inhibit | timid |


As a verb inhibit

is to hinder; to restrain.

As an adjective timid is

timid; shy.

Proscribe vs Inhibit - What's the difference?

proscribe | inhibit |


As verbs the difference between proscribe and inhibit

is that proscribe is to forbid or prohibit while inhibit is to hinder; to restrain.

Inhibit vs Uninhibited - What's the difference?

inhibit | uninhibited |


As a verb inhibit

is to hinder; to restrain.

As an adjective uninhibited is

not inhibited; having no inhibitions.

Inhibit vs Reduce - What's the difference?

inhibit | reduce |


As verbs the difference between inhibit and reduce

is that inhibit is to hinder; to restrain while reduce is to bring down the size, quantity, quality, value or intensity of something; to diminish, to lower, to impair.

Inhibit vs Contain - What's the difference?

inhibit | contain |


As verbs the difference between inhibit and contain

is that inhibit is to hinder; to restrain while contain is (lb) to hold inside.

Surpass vs Inhibit - What's the difference?

surpass | inhibit |


As verbs the difference between surpass and inhibit

is that surpass is to go beyond, especially in a metaphoric or technical manner; to exceed while inhibit is to hinder; to restrain.

Inhibit vs Suppression - What's the difference?

inhibit | suppression |


As a verb inhibit

is to hinder; to restrain.

As a noun suppression is

the act or instance of suppressing.

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