permissive

Permissive vs Meek - What's the difference?

permissive | meek |


As adjectives the difference between permissive and meek

is that permissive is giving, or predisposed to give permission; lenient while meek is humble, modest, meager, or self-effacing.

As a verb meek is

(us) (of horses) to.

Unprincipled vs Permissive - What's the difference?

unprincipled | permissive |


As adjectives the difference between unprincipled and permissive

is that unprincipled is lacking moral values while permissive is giving, or predisposed to give permission; lenient.

Permissive vs Remiss - What's the difference?

permissive | remiss |


As adjectives the difference between permissive and remiss

is that permissive is giving, or predisposed to give permission; lenient while remiss is at fault; failing to fulfill responsibility, duty, or obligations.

Tenderhearted vs Permissive - What's the difference?

tenderhearted | permissive | Related terms |

Tenderhearted is a related term of permissive.


As adjectives the difference between tenderhearted and permissive

is that tenderhearted is compassionate for another's distress while permissive is giving, or predisposed to give permission; lenient.

Nonchalant vs Permissive - What's the difference?

nonchalant | permissive |


As adjectives the difference between nonchalant and permissive

is that nonchalant is casually calm and relaxed while permissive is giving, or predisposed to give permission; lenient.

Gentle vs Permissive - What's the difference?

gentle | permissive |


As adjectives the difference between gentle and permissive

is that gentle is tender and amiable; of a considerate or kindly disposition while permissive is giving, or predisposed to give permission; lenient.

As a verb gentle

is to become gentle.

As a noun gentle

is (archaic) a person of high birth.

Permissive vs Conciliatory - What's the difference?

permissive | conciliatory | Related terms |

Permissive is a related term of conciliatory.


As adjectives the difference between permissive and conciliatory

is that permissive is giving, or predisposed to give permission; lenient while conciliatory is willing to conciliate, or to make concessions.

Permissive vs Effective - What's the difference?

permissive | effective |


As adjectives the difference between permissive and effective

is that permissive is giving, or predisposed to give permission; lenient while effective is having the power to produce a required effect or effects.

As a noun effective is

(military) a soldier fit for duty.

Permissive vs Smugly - What's the difference?

permissive | smugly |


As an adjective permissive

is giving, or predisposed to give permission; lenient.

As an adverb smugly is

in a self-satisfied manner.

Mild vs Permissive - What's the difference?

mild | permissive | Related terms |

Mild is a related term of permissive.


As adjectives the difference between mild and permissive

is that mild is gentle and not easily provoked while permissive is giving, or predisposed to give permission; lenient.

As a noun mild

is (british) a relatively low-gravity beer, often with a dark colour; mild ale.

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