profane

Profane vs Indecorous - What's the difference?

profane | indecorous |


As a verb profane

is .

As an adjective indecorous is

improper, immodest or indecent.

Profane vs Outrageous - What's the difference?

profane | outrageous |


As a verb profane

is .

As an adjective outrageous is

cruel, violating morality or decency; provoking indignation or affront.

Nasty vs Profane - What's the difference?

nasty | profane |


As an adjective nasty

is .

As a noun nasty

is (lb) something nasty.

As a verb profane is

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Immoral vs Profane - What's the difference?

immoral | profane |


As an adjective immoral

is not moral; inconsistent with rectitude, purity, or good morals; contrary to conscience or the divine law.

As a verb profane is

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Raunchy vs Profane - What's the difference?

raunchy | profane |


As an adjective raunchy

is very low class; inferior; inadequate.

As a verb profane is

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Improper vs Profane - What's the difference?

improper | profane |


As verbs the difference between improper and profane

is that improper is (obsolete|transitive) to appropriate; to limit while profane is .

As an adjective improper

is unsuitable to needs or circumstances; inappropriate; inapt.

Profane vs Shameless - What's the difference?

profane | shameless |


As a verb profane

is .

As an adjective shameless is

having no shame, no guilt nor remorse over something wrong; immodest; unable to feel disgrace.

Bawdy vs Profane - What's the difference?

bawdy | profane |


As an adjective bawdy

is (obsolete) soiled, dirty.

As a verb profane is

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Rude vs Profane - What's the difference?

rude | profane |


As a proper noun rude

is settlement in croatia, near zagreb.

As a verb profane is

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Impolite vs Profane - What's the difference?

impolite | profane |


As an adjective impolite

is not polite; not of polished manners; wanting in good manners.

As a verb profane is

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