obedient

Honor vs Obedient - What's the difference?

honor | obedient |


As a noun honor

is .

As an adjective obedient is

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

Observe vs Obedient - What's the difference?

observe | obedient |


As a verb observe

is .

As an adjective obedient is

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

Obedient vs Obeying - What's the difference?

obedient | obeying |


As an adjective obedient

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

As a verb obeying is

.

Behaved vs Obedient - What's the difference?

behaved | obedient |


As a verb behaved

is (behave).

As an adjective obedient is

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

Oblige vs Obedient - What's the difference?

oblige | obedient |


As a verb oblige

is .

As an adjective obedient is

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

Filial vs Obedient - What's the difference?

filial | obedient |


As adjectives the difference between filial and obedient

is that filial is (not comparable) pertaining to or befitting a son or daughter while obedient is willing]] to [[comply#verb|comply with the (l), orders, or (l) of those in authority.

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.

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