iniquitous

Egregious vs Iniquitous - What's the difference?

egregious | iniquitous |


As adjectives the difference between egregious and iniquitous

is that egregious is exceptional, conspicuous, outstanding, most usually in a negative fashion while iniquitous is wicked or sinful.

Iniquitous vs Mischievous - What's the difference?

iniquitous | mischievous |


As adjectives the difference between iniquitous and mischievous

is that iniquitous is wicked or sinful while mischievous is causing mischief; injurious.

Unequal vs Iniquitous - What's the difference?

unequal | iniquitous |


As adjectives the difference between unequal and iniquitous

is that unequal is not the same while iniquitous is wicked or sinful.

Unjust vs Iniquitous - What's the difference?

unjust | iniquitous | Related terms |

Unjust is a related term of iniquitous.


As adjectives the difference between unjust and iniquitous

is that unjust is not fair, just or right while iniquitous is wicked or sinful.

Unholy vs Iniquitous - What's the difference?

unholy | iniquitous | Related terms |

Unholy is a related term of iniquitous.


As adjectives the difference between unholy and iniquitous

is that unholy is something that is evil, impure, or otherwise perverted while iniquitous is wicked or sinful.

Iniquitous vs Guilty - What's the difference?

iniquitous | guilty | Related terms |

Iniquitous is a related term of guilty.


As adjectives the difference between iniquitous and guilty

is that iniquitous is wicked or sinful while guilty is responsible for a dishonest act.

As a noun guilty is

(legal) a plea by a defendant who does not contest a charge.

Heinious vs Iniquitous - What's the difference?

heinious | iniquitous | Related terms |

Heinious is a related term of iniquitous.


As an adjective iniquitous is

wicked or sinful.

Iniquitous vs Ubiquitous - What's the difference?

iniquitous | ubiquitous |


As adjectives the difference between iniquitous and ubiquitous

is that iniquitous is wicked or sinful while ubiquitous is being everywhere at once: omnipresent.

Iniquitous vs Criminal - What's the difference?

iniquitous | criminal | Related terms |

Iniquitous is a related term of criminal.


As adjectives the difference between iniquitous and criminal

is that iniquitous is wicked or sinful while criminal is being against the law; forbidden by law.

As a noun criminal is

a person who is guilty of a crime, notably breaking the law.

Iniquitous vs Opprobrious - What's the difference?

iniquitous | opprobrious | Related terms |

Iniquitous is a related term of opprobrious.


As adjectives the difference between iniquitous and opprobrious

is that iniquitous is wicked or sinful while opprobrious is of or relating to opprobrium.

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