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Inordinate vs Exessive - What's the difference?

inordinate | exessive |


As adjectives the difference between inordinate and exessive

is that inordinate is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme while exessive is (grammar) of, or relating to the grammatical case that in some languages indicates the transition away from a state.

As a noun exessive is

(grammar) the exessive case, or a word in that case.

Unsystematic vs Inordinate - What's the difference?

unsystematic | inordinate | Related terms |

Unsystematic is a related term of inordinate.


As adjectives the difference between unsystematic and inordinate

is that unsystematic is not systematic while inordinate is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme.

Inordinate vs Fulsome - What's the difference?

inordinate | fulsome |


As adjectives the difference between inordinate and fulsome

is that inordinate is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme while fulsome is offensive to good taste, tactless, overzealous, excessive.

Crooked vs Inordinate - What's the difference?

crooked | inordinate | Related terms |

Crooked is a related term of inordinate.


As adjectives the difference between crooked and inordinate

is that crooked is not straight; having one or more bends or angles while inordinate is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme.

As a verb crooked

is (crook).

Unsettled vs Inordinate - What's the difference?

unsettled | inordinate | Related terms |

Unsettled is a related term of inordinate.


As adjectives the difference between unsettled and inordinate

is that unsettled is disturbed, upset while inordinate is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme.

As a verb unsettled

is (unsettle).

Tumultuous vs Inordinate - What's the difference?

tumultuous | inordinate | Related terms |

Tumultuous is a related term of inordinate.


As adjectives the difference between tumultuous and inordinate

is that tumultuous is noisy and disorderly while inordinate is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme.

Unnatural vs Inordinate - What's the difference?

unnatural | inordinate | Related terms |

Unnatural is a related term of inordinate.


As adjectives the difference between unnatural and inordinate

is that unnatural is not natural; supernatural or artificial while inordinate is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme.

Multitudes vs Inordinate - What's the difference?

multitudes | inordinate |


As a noun multitudes

is .

As an adjective inordinate is

excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme.

Inordinate vs Surfeit - What's the difference?

inordinate | surfeit |


As an adjective inordinate

is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme.

As a noun surfeit is

(countable) an excessive amount of something.

As a verb surfeit is

to fill to excess.

Disorderly vs Inordinate - What's the difference?

disorderly | inordinate | Synonyms |

Disorderly is a synonym of inordinate.


As adjectives the difference between disorderly and inordinate

is that disorderly is not in order; marked by disorder or disarray while inordinate is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme.

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