rash

Rash vs Provocative - What's the difference?

rash | provocative |


As a proper noun rash

is .

As an adjective provocative is

serving or tending to elicit a strong, often negative sentiment in another person; exasperating.

As a noun provocative is

.

Hockey vs Rash - What's the difference?

hockey | rash |


As a noun hockey

is hockey (family of sports).

As a proper noun rash is

.

Rash vs Precarious - What's the difference?

rash | precarious |


As a proper noun rash

is .

As an adjective precarious is

(comparable) dangerously insecure or unstable; perilous or precarious can be (dentistry) relating to incipient caries.

Sloppy vs Rash - What's the difference?

sloppy | rash |


As an adjective sloppy

is very wet; covered in or composed of slop.

As a proper noun rash is

.

Facile vs Rash - What's the difference?

facile | rash |


As an adjective facile

is easy, now especially in a disparaging sense; contemptibly easy.

As a proper noun rash is

.

Rash vs Incognitant - What's the difference?

rash | incognitant |


As a proper noun rash

is .

As an adjective incognitant is

(obsolete) ignorant.

Facial vs Rash - What's the difference?

facial | rash |


As an adjective facial

is of or affecting the face.

As a noun facial

is a personal care beauty treatment which involves cleansing and moisturizing of the human face.

As a proper noun rash is

.

Rash vs Asthma - What's the difference?

rash | asthma |


As a proper noun rash

is .

As a noun asthma is

.

Hayfever vs Rash - What's the difference?

hayfever | rash |


As a noun hayfever

is .

As a proper noun rash is

.

Rash vs Foolish - What's the difference?

rash | foolish | Related terms |

Rash is a related term of foolish.


As a proper noun rash

is .

As an adjective foolish is

lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

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