profanity

Vulgar vs Profanity - What's the difference?

vulgar | profanity |


As an adjective vulgar

is vulgar.

As a noun profanity is

(uncountable) the quality of being profane.

Profanation vs Profanity - What's the difference?

profanation | profanity |


As nouns the difference between profanation and profanity

is that profanation is the act of profaning; desecration, blasphemous behaviour, defilement while profanity is (uncountable) the quality of being profane.

Profanity vs Vulgarism - What's the difference?

profanity | vulgarism |


As nouns the difference between profanity and vulgarism

is that profanity is (uncountable) the quality of being profane while vulgarism is (grammar) a word or term that is considered offensive or vulgar.

Irreverence vs Profanity - What's the difference?

irreverence | profanity |


As nouns the difference between irreverence and profanity

is that irreverence is irreverence while profanity is (uncountable) the quality of being profane.

Desecration vs Profanity - What's the difference?

desecration | profanity |


As nouns the difference between desecration and profanity

is that desecration is an act of disrespect or impiety towards something considered sacred while profanity is (uncountable) the quality of being profane.

Profanity - What does it mean?

profanity | |

Wikidiffcom vs Profanity - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | profanity |


As a noun profanity is

(uncountable) the quality of being profane.

Profanity vs Impiousness - What's the difference?

profanity | impiousness | Related terms |

Profanity is a related term of impiousness.


As nouns the difference between profanity and impiousness

is that profanity is (uncountable) the quality of being profane while impiousness is of being impious.

Parafinalia vs Profanity - What's the difference?

parafinalia | profanity |


As a noun profanity is

(uncountable) the quality of being profane.

Profanity vs Impudent - What's the difference?

profanity | impudent |


As a noun profanity

is (uncountable) the quality of being profane.

As an adjective impudent is

not showing due respect; impertinent; bold-faced.

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