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Old vs Older - What's the difference?

old | older |


As adjectives the difference between old and older

is that old is of an object, concept, relationship, etc, having existed for a relatively long period of time while older is (old), elder, senior.

As a noun old

is people who are old; old beings; the older generation; usually used with the .

Older vs Elden - What's the difference?

older | elden |


As an adjective older

is (old), elder, senior.

As a verb elden is

(obsolete) to age, grow older.

Older vs Presolar - What's the difference?

older | presolar |


As adjectives the difference between older and presolar

is that older is (old), elder, senior while presolar is (astronomy) older than the solar system.

Senior vs Older - What's the difference?

senior | older |


As adjectives the difference between senior and older

is that senior is older; superior while older is (old), elder, senior.

As a noun senior

is someone seen as deserving respect or reverence because of their age.

Elderly vs Older - What's the difference?

elderly | older |


As adjectives the difference between elderly and older

is that elderly is old; having lived for relatively many years while older is (old), elder, senior.

As a noun elderly

is an elderly person.

Older vs Harridan - What's the difference?

older | harridan |


As a adjective older

is (old), elder, senior.

As a noun harridan is

a vicious and scolding woman, especially an older one.

Older vs Heads - What's the difference?

older | heads |


As a adjective older

is (old), elder, senior.

As a interjection heads is

a shouted warning that something is falling from above, mind your heads.

As a noun heads is

or heads can be (slang) high-grade marijuana.

As a verb heads is

(head).

Older vs Lower - What's the difference?

older | lower |


As adjectives the difference between older and lower

is that older is (old), elder, senior while lower is (low).

As a adverb lower is

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As a verb lower is

to let descend by its own weight, as something suspended; to let down or lower can be to be dark, gloomy, and threatening, as clouds; to be covered with dark and threatening clouds, as the sky; to show threatening signs of approach, as a tempest.

What is the difference between older and young?

older | young | Antonyms |

Older is an antonym of young.


As adjectives the difference between older and young

is that older is (old), elder, senior while young is in the early part of growth or life; born not long ago.

As a noun young is

people who are young; young beings.

As a verb young is

to become or seem to become.

What is the difference between older and younger?

older | younger | Antonyms |

Older is an antonym of younger.


As adjectives the difference between older and younger

is that older is (old), elder, senior while younger is (young).

As a noun younger is

(rare) one who is younger than another.

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