melancholy

Melancholy vs Nihilism - What's the difference?

melancholy | nihilism |


As nouns the difference between melancholy and nihilism

is that melancholy is (historical) black bile, formerly thought to be one of the four "cardinal humours" of animal bodies while nihilism is (philosophy) a philosophical doctrine grounded on the negation of one or more meaningful aspects of life.

As an adjective melancholy

is affected with great sadness or depression.

Melancholy vs Nihilistic - What's the difference?

melancholy | nihilistic |


As adjectives the difference between melancholy and nihilistic

is that melancholy is affected with great sadness or depression while nihilistic is of or relating to nihilism.

As a noun melancholy

is (historical) black bile, formerly thought to be one of the four "cardinal humours" of animal bodies.

Melancholy vs Somberly - What's the difference?

melancholy | somberly |


As an adjective melancholy

is affected with great sadness or depression.

As a noun melancholy

is (historical) black bile, formerly thought to be one of the four "cardinal humours" of animal bodies.

As an adverb somberly is

in a somber manner.

Melancholy vs Anger - What's the difference?

melancholy | anger |


As nouns the difference between melancholy and anger

is that melancholy is (historical) black bile, formerly thought to be one of the four "cardinal humours" of animal bodies while anger is remorse, regret.

As an adjective melancholy

is affected with great sadness or depression.

Melancholy vs Envy - What's the difference?

melancholy | envy |


As nouns the difference between melancholy and envy

is that melancholy is (historical) black bile, formerly thought to be one of the four "cardinal humours" of animal bodies while envy is resentful desire of something possessed by another or others (but not limited to material possessions).

As an adjective melancholy

is affected with great sadness or depression.

As a verb envy is

to feel displeasure or hatred towards (someone) for their good fortune or possessions.

Melancholy vs Grumpy - What's the difference?

melancholy | grumpy |


As adjectives the difference between melancholy and grumpy

is that melancholy is affected with great sadness or depression while grumpy is unhappy, dissatisfied and/or irritable.

As a noun melancholy

is (historical) black bile, formerly thought to be one of the four "cardinal humours" of animal bodies.

Melancholy vs Poor - What's the difference?

melancholy | poor | Related terms |

Melancholy is a related term of poor.


As adjectives the difference between melancholy and poor

is that melancholy is affected with great sadness or depression while poor is with little or no possessions or money.

As nouns the difference between melancholy and poor

is that melancholy is (historical) black bile, formerly thought to be one of the four "cardinal humours" of animal bodies while poor is (with "the") those who have little or no possessions or money, taken as a group.

Sinking vs Melancholy - What's the difference?

sinking | melancholy | Related terms |

Sinking is a related term of melancholy.


As nouns the difference between sinking and melancholy

is that sinking is the act or process of sinking while melancholy is (historical) black bile, formerly thought to be one of the four "cardinal humours" of animal bodies.

As a verb sinking

is .

As an adjective melancholy is

affected with great sadness or depression.

Ill-boding vs Melancholy - What's the difference?

ill-boding | melancholy | Related terms |

Ill-boding is a related term of melancholy.


As adjectives the difference between ill-boding and melancholy

is that ill-boding is which bodes evil, spelling bad things while melancholy is affected with great sadness or depression.

As a noun melancholy is

(historical) black bile, formerly thought to be one of the four "cardinal humours" of animal bodies.

Melancholy vs Afflictive - What's the difference?

melancholy | afflictive | Synonyms |

Melancholy is a synonym of afflictive.


As adjectives the difference between melancholy and afflictive

is that melancholy is affected with great sadness or depression while afflictive is that causes physical or mental pain.

As a noun melancholy

is (historical) black bile, formerly thought to be one of the four "cardinal humours" of animal bodies.

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