phlegmatic

Phlegmatic vs Loafer - What's the difference?

phlegmatic | loafer |


As nouns the difference between phlegmatic and loafer

is that phlegmatic is one who has a phlegmatic disposition while loafer is an idle person.

As an adjective phlegmatic

is not easily excited to action or passion; calm; sluggish.

Dependable vs Phlegmatic - What's the difference?

dependable | phlegmatic |


As adjectives the difference between dependable and phlegmatic

is that dependable is able, or easily able to be depended on while phlegmatic is not easily excited to action or passion; calm; sluggish.

As nouns the difference between dependable and phlegmatic

is that dependable is a reliable person or thing while phlegmatic is one who has a phlegmatic disposition.

Steady vs Phlegmatic - What's the difference?

steady | phlegmatic |


As adjectives the difference between steady and phlegmatic

is that steady is firm in standing or position; not tottering or shaking; fixed; firm while phlegmatic is not easily excited to action or passion; calm; sluggish.

As nouns the difference between steady and phlegmatic

is that steady is (informal) a regular customer while phlegmatic is one who has a phlegmatic disposition.

As a verb steady

is to stabilize something; to prevent from shaking.

Optimistic vs Phlegmatic - What's the difference?

optimistic | phlegmatic |


As adjectives the difference between optimistic and phlegmatic

is that optimistic is expecting the best in all possible ways while phlegmatic is not easily excited to action or passion; calm; sluggish.

As a noun phlegmatic is

one who has a phlegmatic disposition.

Stony vs Phlegmatic - What's the difference?

stony | phlegmatic | Related terms |

Stony is a related term of phlegmatic.


As adjectives the difference between stony and phlegmatic

is that stony is as hard as stone while phlegmatic is not easily excited to action or passion; calm; sluggish.

As a noun phlegmatic is

one who has a phlegmatic disposition.

Phlegmatic vs Staid - What's the difference?

phlegmatic | staid |


As nouns the difference between phlegmatic and staid

is that phlegmatic is one who has a phlegmatic disposition while staid is trail, track or staid can be stately woman.

As an adjective phlegmatic

is not easily excited to action or passion; calm; sluggish.

Lumbering vs Phlegmatic - What's the difference?

lumbering | phlegmatic | Related terms |

Lumbering is a related term of phlegmatic.


As nouns the difference between lumbering and phlegmatic

is that lumbering is the act of one who lumbers; heavy, clumsy movement while phlegmatic is one who has a phlegmatic disposition.

As adjectives the difference between lumbering and phlegmatic

is that lumbering is clumsy or awkward while phlegmatic is not easily excited to action or passion; calm; sluggish.

Phlegmatic vs Lax - What's the difference?

phlegmatic | lax | Related terms |

Phlegmatic is a related term of lax.


As an adjective phlegmatic

is not easily excited to action or passion; calm; sluggish.

As a noun phlegmatic

is one who has a phlegmatic disposition.

Impervious vs Phlegmatic - What's the difference?

impervious | phlegmatic | Related terms |

Impervious is a related term of phlegmatic.


As adjectives the difference between impervious and phlegmatic

is that impervious is unaffected or unable to be affected by while phlegmatic is not easily excited to action or passion; calm; sluggish.

As a noun phlegmatic is

one who has a phlegmatic disposition.

Still vs Phlegmatic - What's the difference?

still | phlegmatic | Related terms |

Still is a related term of phlegmatic.


As nouns the difference between still and phlegmatic

is that still is while phlegmatic is one who has a phlegmatic disposition.

As an adjective phlegmatic is

not easily excited to action or passion; calm; sluggish.

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