juicy

Juicy vs Watery - What's the difference?

juicy | watery |


As adjectives the difference between juicy and watery

is that juicy is having lots of juice while watery is wet, soggy or soaked with water.

Juicy vs Spicy - What's the difference?

juicy | spicy |


As adjectives the difference between juicy and spicy

is that juicy is having lots of juice while spicy is of, pertaining to, or containing spice.

Juicy vs Cornflakes - What's the difference?

juicy | cornflakes |


As an adjective juicy

is having lots of juice.

As a noun cornflakes is

corn flakes.

Juicy vs Fruity - What's the difference?

juicy | fruity |


As adjectives the difference between juicy and fruity

is that juicy is having lots of juice while fruity is containing fruit or fruit flavoring.

Wikidiffcom vs Juicy - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | juicy |


As an adjective juicy is

having lots of juice.

Juicy vs Succulellnt - What's the difference?

juicy | succulellnt |

Juicy vs Minnow - What's the difference?

juicy | minnow |


As an adjective juicy

is having lots of juice.

As a noun minnow is

a small freshwater fish of the carp family.

As a verb minnow is

(fishing) to fish minnows.

Taxonomy vs Juicy - What's the difference?

taxonomy | juicy |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective juicy is

having lots of juice.

Moist vs Juicy - What's the difference?

moist | juicy |


As adjectives the difference between moist and juicy

is that moist is slightly wet; characterised by the presence of moisture, not dry; damp while juicy is having lots of juice.

Lush vs Juicy - What's the difference?

lush | juicy |


As adjectives the difference between lush and juicy

is that lush is (obsolete) lax; slack; limp; flexible while juicy is having lots of juice.

As a noun lush

is (pejorative) drunkard, sot, alcoholic.

As a verb lush

is to drink liquor to excess.

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