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Lithe vs Sprightly - What's the difference?

lithe | sprightly |


As adjectives the difference between lithe and sprightly

is that lithe is (obsolete) mild; calm while sprightly is animated, vivacious or gay; lively.

As a verb lithe

is (obsolete) to go or lithe can be (obsolete) to become calm or lithe can be (obsolete) to give ear; attend; listen.

As a noun lithe

is (scotland) shelter.

As an adverb sprightly is

in a lively and vigorous way.

Lithe vs Scandal - What's the difference?

lithe | scandal |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between lithe and scandal

is that lithe is (obsolete) to give ear; attend; listen while scandal is (obsolete) to scandalize; to offend.

As verbs the difference between lithe and scandal

is that lithe is (obsolete) to go or lithe can be (obsolete) to become calm or lithe can be (obsolete) to give ear; attend; listen while scandal is (obsolete) to treat opprobriously; to defame; to slander.

As nouns the difference between lithe and scandal

is that lithe is (scotland) shelter while scandal is an incident or event that disgraces or damages the reputation of the persons or organization involved.

As an adjective lithe

is (obsolete) mild; calm.

Loose vs Lithe - What's the difference?

loose | lithe |


In lang=en terms the difference between loose and lithe

is that loose is of a grip or hold, to let go while lithe is to listen to.

In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between loose and lithe

is that loose is (obsolete) a state of laxity or indulgence; unrestrained freedom, abandonment while lithe is (obsolete) to give ear; attend; listen.

As verbs the difference between loose and lithe

is that loose is to let loose, to free from restraints or loose can be while lithe is (obsolete) to go or lithe can be (obsolete) to become calm or lithe can be (obsolete) to give ear; attend; listen.

As adjectives the difference between loose and lithe

is that loose is not fixed in place tightly or firmly while lithe is (obsolete) mild; calm.

As nouns the difference between loose and lithe

is that loose is (archery) the release of an arrow while lithe is (scotland) shelter.

As an interjection loose

is (archery) begin shooting; release your arrows.

Lithe vs Ductile - What's the difference?

lithe | ductile |


As adjectives the difference between lithe and ductile

is that lithe is (obsolete) mild; calm while ductile is capable of being pulled or stretched into thin wire by mechanical force without breaking.

As a verb lithe

is (obsolete) to go or lithe can be (obsolete) to become calm or lithe can be (obsolete) to give ear; attend; listen.

As a noun lithe

is (scotland) shelter.

Cubed vs Lithe - What's the difference?

cubed | lithe |


As verbs the difference between cubed and lithe

is that cubed is (cube) while lithe is (obsolete) to go or lithe can be (obsolete) to become calm or lithe can be (obsolete) to give ear; attend; listen.

As adjectives the difference between cubed and lithe

is that cubed is (mathematics) raised to the third power while lithe is (obsolete) mild; calm.

As a noun lithe is

(scotland) shelter.

Lithe vs Limp - What's the difference?

lithe | limp |


In lang=en terms the difference between lithe and limp

is that lithe is to listen to while limp is to walk lamely, as if favouring one leg.

As verbs the difference between lithe and limp

is that lithe is (obsolete) to go or lithe can be (obsolete) to become calm or lithe can be (obsolete) to give ear; attend; listen while limp is to happen; befall; chance or limp can be to be inadequate or unsatisfactory or limp can be to walk lamely, as if favouring one leg.

As adjectives the difference between lithe and limp

is that lithe is (obsolete) mild; calm while limp is flaccid; flabby, as flesh.

As nouns the difference between lithe and limp

is that lithe is (scotland) shelter while limp is a scraper of board or sheet-iron shaped like half the head of a small cask, used for scraping the ore off the sieve in the operation of hand-jigging or limp can be an irregular, jerky or awkward gait.

Wiry vs Lithe - What's the difference?

wiry | lithe |


As adjectives the difference between wiry and lithe

is that wiry is thin, muscular and flexible while lithe is (obsolete) mild; calm.

As a verb lithe is

(obsolete) to go or lithe can be (obsolete) to become calm or lithe can be (obsolete) to give ear; attend; listen.

As a noun lithe is

(scotland) shelter.

Lithe vs Petit - What's the difference?

lithe | petit |


As adjectives the difference between lithe and petit

is that lithe is (obsolete) mild; calm while petit is .

As a verb lithe

is (obsolete) to go or lithe can be (obsolete) to become calm or lithe can be (obsolete) to give ear; attend; listen.

As a noun lithe

is (scotland) shelter.

Athletic vs Lithe - What's the difference?

athletic | lithe |


As a proper noun athletic

is (baseball) a player on the team oakland athletics.

As a verb lithe is

(obsolete) to go or lithe can be (obsolete) to become calm or lithe can be (obsolete) to give ear; attend; listen.

As an adjective lithe is

(obsolete) mild; calm.

As a noun lithe is

(scotland) shelter.

Lithe vs Pliable - What's the difference?

lithe | pliable |


As adjectives the difference between lithe and pliable

is that lithe is (obsolete) mild; calm while pliable is soft, flexible, easily bent, formed, shaped, or molded.

As a verb lithe

is (obsolete) to go or lithe can be (obsolete) to become calm or lithe can be (obsolete) to give ear; attend; listen.

As a noun lithe

is (scotland) shelter.

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