officious

Solicitous vs Officious - What's the difference?

solicitous | officious |


As adjectives the difference between solicitous and officious

is that solicitous is disposed to solicit; eager to obtain something desirable, or to avoid anything evil; concerned; anxious; careful while officious is (obsolete) obliging, attentive, eager to please.

Officious vs Continual - What's the difference?

officious | continual |


As adjectives the difference between officious and continual

is that officious is (obsolete) obliging, attentive, eager to please while continual is recurring in steady, rapid succession.

Offish vs Officious - What's the difference?

offish | officious |


As adjectives the difference between offish and officious

is that offish is aloof while officious is (obsolete) obliging, attentive, eager to please.

Officious vs Overbearing - What's the difference?

officious | overbearing |


As adjectives the difference between officious and overbearing

is that officious is (obsolete) obliging, attentive, eager to please while overbearing is overly bossy, domineering, or arrogant.

Fastidious vs Officious - What's the difference?

fastidious | officious |


As adjectives the difference between fastidious and officious

is that fastidious is excessively particular, demanding, or fussy about details, especially about tidiness and cleanliness while officious is (obsolete) obliging, attentive, eager to please.

Officious vs Insolent - What's the difference?

officious | insolent | Related terms |

Officious is a related term of insolent.


As adjectives the difference between officious and insolent

is that officious is (obsolete) obliging, attentive, eager to please while insolent is insulting in manner or words.

Officious vs Nosy - What's the difference?

officious | nosy |


As adjectives the difference between officious and nosy

is that officious is (obsolete) obliging, attentive, eager to please while nosy is prying, inquisitive or curious in other’s affairs; tending to snoop or meddle.

Officious vs Impudent - What's the difference?

officious | impudent | Related terms |

Officious is a related term of impudent.


As adjectives the difference between officious and impudent

is that officious is (obsolete) obliging, attentive, eager to please while impudent is not showing due respect; impertinent; bold-faced.

Concerned vs Officious - What's the difference?

concerned | officious |


As adjectives the difference between concerned and officious

is that concerned is showing concern while officious is (obsolete) obliging, attentive, eager to please.

As a verb concerned

is (concern).

Considerate vs Officious - What's the difference?

considerate | officious |


As adjectives the difference between considerate and officious

is that considerate is consciously thoughtful and observant (often of other people); caring while officious is (obsolete) obliging, attentive, eager to please.

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