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Cowabunga vs Outrageous - What's the difference?

cowabunga | outrageous |


As an interjection cowabunga

is (slang) an expression of surprise or amazement, often followed by "dude".

As an adjective outrageous is

cruel, violating morality or decency; provoking indignation or affront.

Genuine vs Outrageous - What's the difference?

genuine | outrageous |


As adjectives the difference between genuine and outrageous

is that genuine is belonging to, or proceeding from the original stock; native; hence, not counterfeit, spurious, false, or adulterated; authentic; real; natural; true; pure while outrageous is cruel, violating morality or decency; provoking indignation or affront.

Injurious vs Outrageous - What's the difference?

injurious | outrageous | Related terms |

Injurious is a related term of outrageous.


As adjectives the difference between injurious and outrageous

is that injurious is causing physical harm or injury; harmful while outrageous is cruel, violating morality or decency; provoking indignation or affront.

Harmful vs Outrageous - What's the difference?

harmful | outrageous | Related terms |

Harmful is a related term of outrageous.


As adjectives the difference between harmful and outrageous

is that harmful is of a kind likely to be damaging; injurious while outrageous is cruel, violating morality or decency; provoking indignation or affront.

Outrageous vs Wanton - What's the difference?

outrageous | wanton | Synonyms |

Outrageous is a synonym of wanton.


As adjectives the difference between outrageous and wanton

is that outrageous is cruel, violating morality or decency; provoking indignation or affront while wanton is (obsolete) undisciplined, unruly; not able to be controlled.

As a noun wanton is

a pampered or coddled person.

As a verb wanton is

to rove and ramble without restraint, rule, or limit; to revel; to play loosely; to frolic.

Outrageous vs Ferocious - What's the difference?

outrageous | ferocious |


As adjectives the difference between outrageous and ferocious

is that outrageous is cruel, violating morality or decency; provoking indignation or affront while ferocious is marked by extreme and violent energy.

Outrageous vs Putrid - What's the difference?

outrageous | putrid | Related terms |

Outrageous is a related term of putrid.


As adjectives the difference between outrageous and putrid

is that outrageous is cruel, violating morality or decency; provoking indignation or affront while putrid is rotting, rotten, being in a state of putrefaction.

Scurvy vs Outrageous - What's the difference?

scurvy | outrageous | Related terms |

Scurvy is a related term of outrageous.


As adjectives the difference between scurvy and outrageous

is that scurvy is covered or affected with scurf or scabs; scabby; scurfy; specifically, diseased with the scurvy while outrageous is cruel, violating morality or decency; provoking indignation or affront.

As a noun scurvy

is (disease) a disease caused by insufficient intake of vitamin c leading to the formation of livid spots on the skin, spongy gums, loosening of the teeth and bleeding into the skin and from almost all mucous membranes.

Imperfect vs Outrageous - What's the difference?

imperfect | outrageous | Related terms |

Imperfect is a related term of outrageous.


As adjectives the difference between imperfect and outrageous

is that imperfect is not perfect while outrageous is cruel, violating morality or decency; provoking indignation or affront.

As a noun imperfect

is something having a minor flaw.

Outrages vs Outrageous - What's the difference?

outrages | outrageous |


As a verb outrages

is .

As an adjective outrageous is

cruel, violating morality or decency; provoking indignation or affront.

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