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Dood vs Nice - What's the difference?

dood | nice |


As proper nouns the difference between dood and nice

is that dood is death; the personification of death while nice is a city in southeast france on the coast of the mediterranean sea, capital of the department of alpes-maritimes.

Nice vs Trim - What's the difference?

nice | trim | Related terms |

Nice is a related term of trim.


As a proper noun nice

is a city in southeast france on the coast of the mediterranean sea, capital of the department of alpes-maritimes.

As a verb trim is

to reduce slightly; to cut; especially, to remove excess; eg 'trim a hedge', 'trim a beard' the adposition of can be used in present perfect tense to designate the removed part.

As a noun trim is

(uncountable) decoration; especially, decoration placed along edges or borders.

As an adjective trim is

physically fit.

As an adverb trim is

(nautical) in good order, properly managed or maintained.

Care vs Nice - What's the difference?

care | nice |


As a noun care

is tear, rift, crack.

As a proper noun nice is

a city in southeast france on the coast of the mediterranean sea, capital of the department of alpes-maritimes.

Sensational vs Nice - What's the difference?

sensational | nice |


As an adjective sensational

is of or pertaining to sensation.

As a proper noun nice is

a city in southeast france on the coast of the mediterranean sea, capital of the department of alpes-maritimes.

Affable vs Nice - What's the difference?

affable | nice |


As an adjective affable

is receiving others kindly and conversing with them in a free and friendly manner; friendly, courteous, sociable.

As a proper noun nice is

a city in southeast france on the coast of the mediterranean sea, capital of the department of alpes-maritimes.

Nice vs Rare - What's the difference?

nice | rare | Related terms |

Nice is a related term of rare.


As a proper noun nice

is a city in southeast france on the coast of the mediterranean sea, capital of the department of alpes-maritimes.

As an adjective rare is

(cooking|particularly meats) cooked very lightly, so the meat is still red (in the case of steak or beef in the general sense) or rare can be very uncommon; scarce or rare can be (obsolete) early.

As a verb rare is

(us|intransitive) to rear, rise up, start backwards.

Nice vs Gloomy - What's the difference?

nice | gloomy |


As a proper noun nice

is a city in southeast france on the coast of the mediterranean sea, capital of the department of alpes-maritimes.

As an adjective gloomy is

imperfectly illuminated; dismal through obscurity or darkness; dusky; dim; clouded.

Nice vs Tender - What's the difference?

nice | tender |


As a proper noun nice

is a city in southeast france on the coast of the mediterranean sea, capital of the department of alpes-maritimes.

As a noun tender is

(label) (l) (fuel-carrying railroad car).

Nice vs Benevolent - What's the difference?

nice | benevolent |


As a proper noun nice

is a city in southeast france on the coast of the mediterranean sea, capital of the department of alpes-maritimes.

As an adjective benevolent is

having a disposition to do good.

Nice vs Fastidious - What's the difference?

nice | fastidious | Synonyms |

Nice is a synonym of fastidious.


As a proper noun nice

is a city in southeast france on the coast of the mediterranean sea, capital of the department of alpes-maritimes.

As an adjective fastidious is

excessively particular, demanding, or fussy about details, especially about tidiness and cleanliness.

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