obedient

Firm vs Obedient - What's the difference?

firm | obedient |


As adjectives the difference between firm and obedient

is that firm is steadfast, secure, hard (in position) while obedient is willing]] to [[comply#verb|comply with the (l), orders, or (l) of those in authority.

As a noun firm

is (uk|business) a business partnership; the name under which it trades.

As a verb firm

is to make firm or strong; fix securely.

Obedient vs Obe - What's the difference?

obedient | obe |


As an adjective obedient

is willing]] to [[comply#verb|comply with the (l), orders, or (l) of those in authority.

As a noun obe is

a particular subdivision of ancient laconia.

Obedient vs Unobedient - What's the difference?

obedient | unobedient |


As adjectives the difference between obedient and unobedient

is that obedient is willing]] to [[comply#verb|comply with the (l), orders, or (l) of those in authority while unobedient is (obsolete) disobedient.

Obedient vs Humble - What's the difference?

obedient | humble |


As adjectives the difference between obedient and humble

is that obedient is willing]] to [[comply#verb|comply with the (l), orders, or (l) of those in authority while humble is near the ground; not high or lofty; not pretentious or magnificent; unpretending; unassuming; as, a humble cottage or humble can be hornless.

As a verb humble is

to bring low; to reduce the power, independence, or exaltation of; to lower; to abase; to humiliate.

Harangue vs Obedient - What's the difference?

harangue | obedient |


As a verb harangue

is .

As an adjective obedient is

willing]] to [[comply#verb|comply with the (l), orders, or (l) of those in authority.

Conformist vs Obedient - What's the difference?

conformist | obedient |


As a proper noun conformist

is (religion) in english history, people whose religious practices conformed with the requirements of the act of uniformity and so were in concert with the established church, the church of england -- as opposed to those of nonconformists whose practices were not acceptable to the church of england.

As an adjective obedient is

willing]] to [[comply#verb|comply with the (l), orders, or (l) of those in authority.

Kindly vs Obedient - What's the difference?

kindly | obedient | Related terms |

Kindly is a related term of obedient.


As adjectives the difference between kindly and obedient

is that kindly is having a kind personality while obedient is willing]] to [[comply#verb|comply with the (l), orders, or (l) of those in authority.

As an adverb kindly

is in a kind manner, out of kindness.

Obedient vs Deceitful - What's the difference?

obedient | deceitful |


As adjectives the difference between obedient and deceitful

is that obedient is willing]] to [[comply#verb|comply with the (l), orders, or (l) of those in authority while deceitful is deliberately misleading or cheating.

Comply vs Obedient - What's the difference?

comply | obedient |


As a verb comply

is to yield assent; to accord; agree, or acquiesce; to adapt one's self; to consent or conform.

As an adjective obedient is

willing]] to [[comply#verb|comply with the (l), orders, or (l) of those in authority.

Obedient vs Dedicated - What's the difference?

obedient | dedicated |


As adjectives the difference between obedient and dedicated

is that obedient is willing]] to [[comply#verb|comply with the (l), orders, or (l) of those in authority while dedicated is devoted; loyal; conscientious.

As a verb dedicated is

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