pensive

Serene vs Pensive - What's the difference?

serene | pensive |


As a verb serene

is .

As an adjective pensive is

having the appearance of deep, often melancholic, thinking.

Pensive vs Philosophical - What's the difference?

pensive | philosophical |


As adjectives the difference between pensive and philosophical

is that pensive is having the appearance of deep, often melancholic, thinking while philosophical is of, or pertaining to, philosophy.

Shock vs Pensive - What's the difference?

shock | pensive |


As a noun shock

is sudden, heavy impact or shock can be an arrangement of sheaves for drying, a stook.

As a verb shock

is to cause to be emotionally shocked or shock can be to collect, or make up, into a shock or shocks; to stook.

As an adjective pensive is

having the appearance of deep, often melancholic, thinking.

Pensive vs Preoccupied - What's the difference?

pensive | preoccupied |


As adjectives the difference between pensive and preoccupied

is that pensive is having the appearance of deep, often melancholic, thinking while preoccupied is concerned with something else; distracted; giving one's attention elsewhere.

As a verb preoccupied is

(preoccupy).

Pensive vs Serious - What's the difference?

pensive | serious |


As adjectives the difference between pensive and serious

is that pensive is having the appearance of deep, often melancholic, thinking while serious is without humor or expression of happiness; grave in manner or disposition; earnest; thoughtful; solemn.

Brooding vs Pensive - What's the difference?

brooding | pensive |


As adjectives the difference between brooding and pensive

is that brooding is (of a bird) broody; incubating eggs by sitting on them while pensive is having the appearance of deep, often melancholic, thinking.

As a verb brooding

is .

As a noun brooding

is a spell of brooding; the time when someone broods.

Unreliable vs Pensive - What's the difference?

unreliable | pensive |


As adjectives the difference between unreliable and pensive

is that unreliable is not reliable while pensive is having the appearance of deep, often melancholic, thinking.

Pensive vs Feckless - What's the difference?

pensive | feckless |


As adjectives the difference between pensive and feckless

is that pensive is having the appearance of deep, often melancholic, thinking while feckless is lacking purpose.

Pensive vs Disappoint - What's the difference?

pensive | disappoint |


As an adjective pensive

is having the appearance of deep, often melancholic, thinking.

As a verb disappoint is

to displease by eg underperforming or disappoint can be (internet slang).

Pensive vs Worry - What's the difference?

pensive | worry |


As an adjective pensive

is having the appearance of deep, often melancholic, thinking.

As a verb worry is

to seize or shake by the throat, especially of a dog or wolf.

As a noun worry is

a strong feeling of anxiety.

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