placid

Pellucid vs Placid - What's the difference?

pellucid | placid |


As adjectives the difference between pellucid and placid

is that pellucid is allowing the passage of light; transparent while placid is serene; calm.

Strident vs Placid - What's the difference?

strident | placid |


As adjectives the difference between strident and placid

is that strident is loud; shrill, piercing, high-pitched; rough-sounding while placid is serene; calm.

As a noun strident

is (linguistics) one of a class of s-like fricatives produced by an airstream directed at the upper teeth.

Limpid vs Placid - What's the difference?

limpid | placid |


As adjectives the difference between limpid and placid

is that limpid is clear, transparent or bright while placid is serene; calm.

Petulant vs Placid - What's the difference?

petulant | placid |


As adjectives the difference between petulant and placid

is that petulant is exuberant, lively while placid is serene; calm.

Placid vs Dreary - What's the difference?

placid | dreary |


As adjectives the difference between placid and dreary

is that placid is serene; calm while dreary is (obsolete) grievous, dire; appalling.

Placid vs Mellow - What's the difference?

placid | mellow |


As adjectives the difference between placid and mellow

is that placid is serene; calm while mellow is soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulp.

As a noun mellow is

a relaxed mood.

As a verb mellow is

to make mellow; to relax or soften.

Placid vs Relaxed - What's the difference?

placid | relaxed |


As adjectives the difference between placid and relaxed

is that placid is serene; calm while relaxed is having an easy-going mood or temperament.

As a verb relaxed is

(relax).

Placid vs Passive - What's the difference?

placid | passive |


As an adjective placid

is serene; calm.

As a noun passive is

.

Wary vs Placid - What's the difference?

wary | placid |


As adjectives the difference between wary and placid

is that wary is cautious of danger; carefully watching and guarding against deception, artifices, and dangers; timorously or suspiciously prudent; circumspect; scrupulous; careful while placid is serene; calm.

Placid vs Livid - What's the difference?

placid | livid |


As adjectives the difference between placid and livid

is that placid is serene; calm while livid is livid.

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