martiality

Partiality vs Martiality - What's the difference?

partiality | martiality |


As nouns the difference between partiality and martiality

is that partiality is preference, bias in favor of, tendency while martiality is suitability for war, likelihood of success in war, tendancy to wage war.

Wage vs Martiality - What's the difference?

wage | martiality |


As nouns the difference between wage and martiality

is that wage is an amount of money paid to a worker for a specified quantity of work, usually expressed on an hourly basis while martiality is suitability for war, likelihood of success in war, tendancy to wage war.

As a verb wage

is to wager, bet.

War vs Martiality - What's the difference?

war | martiality |


As nouns the difference between war and martiality

is that war is (uncountable) organized]], large-scale, armed conflict between [[country|countries or between national, ethnic, or other sizeable groups, usually involving the engagement of military forces while martiality is suitability for war, likelihood of success in war, tendancy to wage war.

As a verb war

is to engage in conflict (may be followed by "with" to specify the foe).

Suitability vs Martiality - What's the difference?

suitability | martiality |


As nouns the difference between suitability and martiality

is that suitability is the quality of being suitable while martiality is suitability for war, likelihood of success in war, tendancy to wage war.