insubordinate

Insubordinate vs Churlish - What's the difference?

insubordinate | churlish |


As adjectives the difference between insubordinate and churlish

is that insubordinate is rebellious or defiant to authority while churlish is of or pertaining to a serf, peasant, or rustic.

Insubordinate vs Flout - What's the difference?

insubordinate | flout |


As an adjective insubordinate

is rebellious or defiant to authority.

As a verb flout is

to express contempt for the rules by word or action.

As a noun flout is

the act by which something is flouted.

Insubordinate vs Disrespectful - What's the difference?

insubordinate | disrespectful |


As adjectives the difference between insubordinate and disrespectful

is that insubordinate is rebellious or defiant to authority while disrespectful is lacking respect.

Insubordinate vs Nonsubordinate - What's the difference?

insubordinate | nonsubordinate |


As adjectives the difference between insubordinate and nonsubordinate

is that insubordinate is rebellious or defiant to authority while nonsubordinate is not subordinate.

As a noun nonsubordinate is

one who is not subordinate.

Seditious vs Insubordinate - What's the difference?

seditious | insubordinate | Related terms |

Seditious is a related term of insubordinate.


As adjectives the difference between seditious and insubordinate

is that seditious is of, related to, or being involved in sedition; treasonous or subversive while insubordinate is rebellious or defiant to authority.

Indignant vs Insubordinate - What's the difference?

indignant | insubordinate |


As adjectives the difference between indignant and insubordinate

is that indignant is showing anger or indignation, especially at something unjust or wrong while insubordinate is rebellious or defiant to authority.

Insubordinate vs Inordinate - What's the difference?

insubordinate | inordinate |


As adjectives the difference between insubordinate and inordinate

is that insubordinate is rebellious or defiant to authority while inordinate is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme.

Insubordinate vs Recalcitrant - What's the difference?

insubordinate | recalcitrant | Synonyms |

Insubordinate is a synonym of recalcitrant.


As adjectives the difference between insubordinate and recalcitrant

is that insubordinate is rebellious or defiant to authority while recalcitrant is recalcitrant, rebellious.

Insubordinate vs Impudent - What's the difference?

insubordinate | impudent |


As adjectives the difference between insubordinate and impudent

is that insubordinate is rebellious or defiant to authority while impudent is not showing due respect; impertinent; bold-faced.

Insubordinate vs Unquiet - What's the difference?

insubordinate | unquiet | Related terms |

Insubordinate is a related term of unquiet.


As adjectives the difference between insubordinate and unquiet

is that insubordinate is rebellious or defiant to authority while unquiet is uneasy and restless; unable to settle.

As a verb unquiet is

to disturb, disquiet.

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