ornery

Ornery vs Ornery - What's the difference?

ornery | ornery |


In appalachian|lang=en terms the difference between ornery and ornery

is that ornery is (appalachian) cantankerous, stubborn, disagreeable while ornery is (appalachian) cantankerous, stubborn, disagreeable.

In humorous|southern us|lang=en terms the difference between ornery and ornery

is that ornery is (humorous|southern us) mischievous, prankish, teasing, disagreeable but in a good way while ornery is (humorous|southern us) mischievous, prankish, teasing, disagreeable but in a good way.

In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between ornery and ornery

is that ornery is (obsolete) commonplace, inferior while ornery is (obsolete) commonplace, inferior.

As adjectives the difference between ornery and ornery

is that ornery is (appalachian) cantankerous, stubborn, disagreeable while ornery is (appalachian) cantankerous, stubborn, disagreeable.

Ornery vs Cranky - What's the difference?

ornery | cranky |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between ornery and cranky

is that ornery is (obsolete) commonplace, inferior while cranky is (obsolete) weak, unwell.

As adjectives the difference between ornery and cranky

is that ornery is (appalachian) cantankerous, stubborn, disagreeable while cranky is (obsolete) weak, unwell.

Ornery vs Grumpy - What's the difference?

ornery | grumpy |


As adjectives the difference between ornery and grumpy

is that ornery is (appalachian) cantankerous, stubborn, disagreeable while grumpy is unhappy, dissatisfied and/or irritable.

Ornery vs Contrary - What's the difference?

ornery | contrary |


As adjectives the difference between ornery and contrary

is that ornery is (appalachian) cantankerous, stubborn, disagreeable while contrary is opposite; in an opposite direction; in opposition; adverse.

As an adverb contrary is

contrarily.

As a noun contrary is

the opposite.

As a verb contrary is

(obsolete) to oppose; to frustrate.

Obstinate vs Ornery - What's the difference?

obstinate | ornery |


As adjectives the difference between obstinate and ornery

is that obstinate is stubbornly adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course, usually with implied unreasonableness; persistent while ornery is (appalachian) cantankerous, stubborn, disagreeable.

Ornery vs Opinionated - What's the difference?

ornery | opinionated |


As adjectives the difference between ornery and opinionated

is that ornery is (appalachian) cantankerous, stubborn, disagreeable while opinionated is having very strong opinions.

Audacious vs Ornery - What's the difference?

audacious | ornery |


As adjectives the difference between audacious and ornery

is that audacious is showing willingness to take bold risks; recklessly daring while ornery is (appalachian) cantankerous, stubborn, disagreeable.

Ornery vs Crank - What's the difference?

ornery | crank |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between ornery and crank

is that ornery is (obsolete) commonplace, inferior while crank is (obsolete) a sick person; an invalid.

As adjectives the difference between ornery and crank

is that ornery is (appalachian) cantankerous, stubborn, disagreeable while crank is (slang) strange, weird, odd.

As a noun crank is

a bent piece of an axle or shaft, or an attached arm perpendicular, or nearly so, to the end of a shaft or wheel, used to impart a rotation to a wheel or other mechanical device; also used to change circular into reciprocating motion, or reciprocating into circular motion.

As a verb crank is

to turn by means of a crank .

Ornery vs Toughminded - What's the difference?

ornery | toughminded |

Ornery vs Webkitlineargradienttoprgbpxrgb - What's the difference?

ornery | webkitlineargradienttoprgbpxrgb |

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