poor

Poor vs Incompetent - What's the difference?

poor | incompetent |


As adjectives the difference between poor and incompetent

is that poor is with little or no possessions or money while incompetent is incompetent.

As a noun poor

is (with "the") those who have little or no possessions or money, taken as a group.

Poor vs Frivolous - What's the difference?

poor | frivolous | Related terms |

Poor is a related term of frivolous.


As adjectives the difference between poor and frivolous

is that poor is with little or no possessions or money while frivolous is silly, especially at an inappropriate time or in an inappropriate manner.

As a noun poor

is (with "the") those who have little or no possessions or money, taken as a group.

Improper vs Poor - What's the difference?

improper | poor |


As adjectives the difference between improper and poor

is that improper is unsuitable to needs or circumstances; inappropriate; inapt while poor is with little or no possessions or money.

As a verb improper

is (obsolete|transitive) to appropriate; to limit.

As a noun poor is

(with "the") those who have little or no possessions or money, taken as a group.

Povert vs Poor - What's the difference?

povert | poor |


As nouns the difference between povert and poor

is that povert is (obsolete) poverty while poor is (with "the") those who have little or no possessions or money, taken as a group.

As an adjective poor is

with little or no possessions or money.

Damaged vs Poor - What's the difference?

damaged | poor |


As a verb damaged

is (damage).

As an adjective poor is

with little or no possessions or money.

As a noun poor is

(with "the") those who have little or no possessions or money, taken as a group.

Melancholy vs Poor - What's the difference?

melancholy | poor | Related terms |

Melancholy is a related term of poor.


As adjectives the difference between melancholy and poor

is that melancholy is affected with great sadness or depression while poor is with little or no possessions or money.

As nouns the difference between melancholy and poor

is that melancholy is (historical) black bile, formerly thought to be one of the four "cardinal humours" of animal bodies while poor is (with "the") those who have little or no possessions or money, taken as a group.

Poor vs Gloomy - What's the difference?

poor | gloomy | Related terms |

Poor is a related term of gloomy.


As adjectives the difference between poor and gloomy

is that poor is with little or no possessions or money while gloomy is imperfectly illuminated; dismal through obscurity or darkness; dusky; dim; clouded.

As a noun poor

is (with "the") those who have little or no possessions or money, taken as a group.

Poor vs Discouraged - What's the difference?

poor | discouraged | Related terms |

Poor is a related term of discouraged.


As adjectives the difference between poor and discouraged

is that poor is with little or no possessions or money while discouraged is having lost confidence or hope; dejected; disheartened.

As a noun poor

is (with "the") those who have little or no possessions or money, taken as a group.

As a verb discouraged is

(discourage).

Chagrined vs Poor - What's the difference?

chagrined | poor | Related terms |

Chagrined is a related term of poor.


As a verb chagrined

is (chagrin).

As an adjective poor is

with little or no possessions or money.

As a noun poor is

(with "the") those who have little or no possessions or money, taken as a group.

Poor vs Mendicant - What's the difference?

poor | mendicant |


As adjectives the difference between poor and mendicant

is that poor is with little or no possessions or money while mendicant is depending on alms for a living.

As nouns the difference between poor and mendicant

is that poor is (with "the") those who have little or no possessions or money, taken as a group while mendicant is a pauper who lives by begging.

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