lusty

Devilish vs Lusty - What's the difference?

devilish | lusty |


As adjectives the difference between devilish and lusty

is that devilish is resembling a devil while lusty is strong, healthy and vigorous.

As an adverb devilish

is (informal) devilishly.

Earnest vs Lusty - What's the difference?

earnest | lusty | Related terms |

Earnest is a related term of lusty.


As a proper noun earnest

is , an occasional spelling variant of ernest.

As an adjective lusty is

strong, healthy and vigorous.

Lusty vs Hale - What's the difference?

lusty | hale | Related terms |

Lusty is a related term of hale.


As an adjective lusty

is strong, healthy and vigorous.

As a noun hale is

, black pine (pinus nigra ) or hale can be awn, beard of grain.

Lusty vs Sinewy - What's the difference?

lusty | sinewy | Related terms |

Lusty is a related term of sinewy.


As adjectives the difference between lusty and sinewy

is that lusty is strong, healthy and vigorous while sinewy is tough; having strong sinews.

Offensive vs Lusty - What's the difference?

offensive | lusty |


As a noun offensive

is offensive (posture of attacking or being able to attack).

As an adjective lusty is

strong, healthy and vigorous.

Nasty vs Lusty - What's the difference?

nasty | lusty |


As adjectives the difference between nasty and lusty

is that nasty is while lusty is strong, healthy and vigorous.

As a noun nasty

is (lb) something nasty.

Lusty vs Hedonist - What's the difference?

lusty | hedonist |


As an adjective lusty

is strong, healthy and vigorous.

As a noun hedonist is

.

Lusty vs Epicure - What's the difference?

lusty | epicure |


As an adjective lusty

is strong, healthy and vigorous.

As a proper noun epicure is

epicurus.

Lusty vs Greedy - What's the difference?

lusty | greedy |


As adjectives the difference between lusty and greedy

is that lusty is strong, healthy and vigorous while greedy is having greed; consumed by selfish desires.

Lusty vs Husky - What's the difference?

lusty | husky | Related terms |

Lusty is a related term of husky.


As adjectives the difference between lusty and husky

is that lusty is strong, healthy and vigorous while husky is (of a voice) hoarse and rough-sounding.

As a noun husky is

any of several breeds of dogs used as sled dogs.

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