insanity

Insanity vs Neurosis - What's the difference?

insanity | neurosis |


As nouns the difference between insanity and neurosis

is that insanity is the state of being insane; madness while neurosis is (pathology) a mental disorder, less severe than psychosis, marked by anxiety or fear.

Insanity vs Discord - What's the difference?

insanity | discord |


As nouns the difference between insanity and discord

is that insanity is the state of being insane; madness while discord is lack of concord, agreement or harmony.

As a verb discord is

(archaic) to disagree; to be at variance; to fail to agree or harmonize; clash.

Insanity vs Demented - What's the difference?

insanity | demented |


As a noun insanity

is the state of being insane; madness.

As an adjective demented is

insane or mentally ill.

As a verb demented is

(dement).

Marriage vs Insanity - What's the difference?

marriage | insanity |


As nouns the difference between marriage and insanity

is that marriage is the state of being married while insanity is the state of being insane; madness.

Eerie vs Insanity - What's the difference?

eerie | insanity |


As an adjective eerie

is strange, weird, fear-inspiring.

As a noun insanity is

the state of being insane; madness.

Nightmares vs Insanity - What's the difference?

nightmares | insanity |


As nouns the difference between nightmares and insanity

is that nightmares is while insanity is the state of being insane; madness.

Nightmare vs Insanity - What's the difference?

nightmare | insanity |


As nouns the difference between nightmare and insanity

is that nightmare is a female demon or monster, thought to plague people while they slept and cause a feeling of suffocation and terror during sleep while insanity is the state of being insane; madness.

Abnormal vs Insanity - What's the difference?

abnormal | insanity |


As nouns the difference between abnormal and insanity

is that abnormal is a person or object that is not normal while insanity is the state of being insane; madness.

As an adjective abnormal

is not conforming to rule or system; deviating from the usual or normal type .

Insanity vs Freak - What's the difference?

insanity | freak |


As nouns the difference between insanity and freak

is that insanity is the state of being insane; madness while freak is a man, particularly a bold, strong, vigorous man or freak can be a sudden causeless change or turn of the mind; a whim of fancy; a capricious prank; a vagary or caprice.

As a verb freak is

to make greatly distressed and/or a discomposed appearance.

As an adjective freak is

strange, weird.

Insanely vs Insanity - What's the difference?

insanely | insanity |


As an adverb insanely

is in an insane manner.

As a noun insanity is

the state of being insane; madness.

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