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Proper vs Improper - What's the difference?

proper | improper |


As adjectives the difference between proper and improper

is that proper is (lb) suitable while improper is unsuitable to needs or circumstances; inappropriate; inapt.

As an adverb proper

is (scotland) properly; thoroughly; completely.

As a verb improper is

(obsolete|transitive) to appropriate; to limit.

Favourable vs Proper - What's the difference?

favourable | proper | Related terms |

Favourable is a related term of proper.


As adjectives the difference between favourable and proper

is that favourable is pleasing, encouraging or approving while proper is (lb) suitable .

As an adverb proper is

(scotland) properly; thoroughly; completely.

Proper vs Grand - What's the difference?

proper | grand | Related terms |

Proper is a related term of grand.


As an adjective proper

is (lb) suitable .

As an adverb proper

is (scotland) properly; thoroughly; completely.

As a proper noun grand is

a commune in france.

Thrive vs Proper - What's the difference?

thrive | proper |


As a verb thrive

is to grow or increase stature; to grow vigorously or luxuriantly, to flourish.

As an adjective proper is

(lb) suitable .

As an adverb proper is

(scotland) properly; thoroughly; completely.

Proper vs Household - What's the difference?

proper | household | Related terms |

Proper is a related term of household.


As adjectives the difference between proper and household

is that proper is (lb) suitable while household is belonging to the same house and family.

As an adverb proper

is (scotland) properly; thoroughly; completely.

As a noun household is

collectively, all the persons who live in a given house; a family including attendants, servants etc; a domestic or family establishment.

Proper vs Courteous - What's the difference?

proper | courteous | Synonyms |

Proper is a synonym of courteous.


As adjectives the difference between proper and courteous

is that proper is (lb) suitable while courteous is showing regard or thought for others; especially, displaying good manners or etiquette.

As an adverb proper

is (scotland) properly; thoroughly; completely.

Proper vs Average - What's the difference?

proper | average | Related terms |

Proper is a related term of average.


As adjectives the difference between proper and average

is that proper is (lb) suitable while average is (not comparable) constituting or relating to the average.

As an adverb proper

is (scotland) properly; thoroughly; completely.

As a noun average is

(legal|marine) financial loss due to damage to transported goods; compensation for damage or loss.

As a verb average is

(informal) to compute the arithmetic mean of.

Corresponding vs Proper - What's the difference?

corresponding | proper |


As adjectives the difference between corresponding and proper

is that corresponding is that have a similar relationship while proper is (lb) suitable .

As a verb corresponding

is .

As a noun corresponding

is action of the verb to correspond .

As an adverb proper is

(scotland) properly; thoroughly; completely.

Likely vs Proper - What's the difference?

likely | proper |


As adjectives the difference between likely and proper

is that likely is probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring while proper is (lb) suitable .

As adverbs the difference between likely and proper

is that likely is (obsolete) similarly while proper is (scotland) properly; thoroughly; completely.

As a noun likely

is something or somebody considered likely.

Proper vs Friendly - What's the difference?

proper | friendly | Related terms |

Proper is a related term of friendly.


As adjectives the difference between proper and friendly

is that proper is (lb) suitable while friendly is generally warm, approachable and easy to relate with in character.

As adverbs the difference between proper and friendly

is that proper is (scotland) properly; thoroughly; completely while friendly is in a friendly manner, like a friend.

As a noun friendly is

(sports) a game which is of no consequence in terms of ranking, betting etc.

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