needless

Disbelief vs Needless - What's the difference?

disbelief | needless |


As a noun disbelief

is unpreparedness, unwillingness, or inability to believe that something is the case.

As an adjective needless is

not needed; unnecessary.

Superfluous vs Needless - What's the difference?

superfluous | needless | Synonyms |

Superfluous is a synonym of needless.


As adjectives the difference between superfluous and needless

is that superfluous is in excess of what is required or sufficient while needless is not needed; unnecessary.

Needless - What does it mean?

needless | |

Gratuitous vs Needless - What's the difference?

gratuitous | needless |


As adjectives the difference between gratuitous and needless

is that gratuitous is given freely; unearned while needless is not needed; unnecessary.

Needless vs Needful - What's the difference?

needless | needful |


As adjectives the difference between needless and needful

is that needless is not needed; unnecessary while needful is needed; necessary; mandatory; requisite; indispensible.

As a noun needful is

anything necessary or requisite.

Needless vs Needed - What's the difference?

needless | needed |


As adjectives the difference between needless and needed

is that needless is not needed; unnecessary while needed is necessary; being needed.

As a verb needed is

(need).

Imperative vs Needless - What's the difference?

imperative | needless |


As adjectives the difference between imperative and needless

is that imperative is while needless is not needed; unnecessary.

Needless vs Senseless - What's the difference?

needless | senseless |


As adjectives the difference between needless and senseless

is that needless is not needed; unnecessary while senseless is bereft of feeling or consciousness; deprived of sensation; unconscious; insensible.

Needless vs Unnessisary - What's the difference?

needless | unnessisary |

Needless vs Deedless - What's the difference?

needless | deedless |


As adjectives the difference between needless and deedless

is that needless is not needed; unnecessary while deedless is (obsolete) helpless; not performing, or not having performed, deeds or exploits; inactive.

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