inordinate

Inordinate vs Unduly - What's the difference?

inordinate | unduly |


As an adjective inordinate

is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme.

As an adverb unduly is

undeservedly, not warranted.

Inordinate vs Impure - What's the difference?

inordinate | impure | Related terms |

Inordinate is a related term of impure.


As adjectives the difference between inordinate and impure

is that inordinate is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme while impure is not pure.

As a verb impure is

(obsolete) to defile; to pollute.

Lustful vs Inordinate - What's the difference?

lustful | inordinate | Synonyms |

Lustful is a synonym of inordinate.


As adjectives the difference between lustful and inordinate

is that lustful is full of lust; driven by lust while inordinate is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme.

Immethodical vs Inordinate - What's the difference?

immethodical | inordinate | Related terms |

Immethodical is a related term of inordinate.


As adjectives the difference between immethodical and inordinate

is that immethodical is unmethodical while inordinate is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme.

Disorder vs Inordinate - What's the difference?

disorder | inordinate |


As a noun disorder

is absence of order; state of not being arranged in an orderly manner.

As an adjective inordinate is

excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme.

Inordinate vs Overdoing - What's the difference?

inordinate | overdoing |


As an adjective inordinate

is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme.

As a verb overdoing is

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Inordinate vs Superordinate - What's the difference?

inordinate | superordinate |


As adjectives the difference between inordinate and superordinate

is that inordinate is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme while superordinate is greater in degree, rank or position.

As a noun superordinate is

that which is superordinate.

As a verb superordinate is

to cause to be superordinate.

Inordinate vs Profound - What's the difference?

inordinate | profound |


As adjectives the difference between inordinate and profound

is that inordinate is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme while profound is descending far below the surface; opening or reaching to great depth; deep.

As a noun profound is

(obsolete) the deep; the sea; the ocean.

As a verb profound is

(obsolete) to cause to sink deeply; to cause to dive or penetrate far down.

Inordinate vs Cease - What's the difference?

inordinate | cease |


As an adjective inordinate

is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme.

As a verb cease is

(formal|intransitive) to stop.

Inordinate vs Irascible - What's the difference?

inordinate | irascible |


As adjectives the difference between inordinate and irascible

is that inordinate is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme while irascible is easily provoked to outbursts of anger; irritable.

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