reflexes

Mobility vs Reflexes - What's the difference?

mobility | reflexes |


As nouns the difference between mobility and reflexes

is that mobility is (uncountable) the condition of being mobile while reflexes is .

As an adjective reflexes is

.

Reflexes vs Instinct - What's the difference?

reflexes | instinct |


As nouns the difference between reflexes and instinct

is that reflexes is while instinct is a natural or inherent impulse or behaviour.

As adjectives the difference between reflexes and instinct

is that reflexes is while instinct is (archaic) imbued, charged ((with) something).

Reflexes vs Maneuverability - What's the difference?

reflexes | maneuverability |


As nouns the difference between reflexes and maneuverability

is that reflexes is while maneuverability is .

As an adjective reflexes

is .

Reflexed vs Reflexes - What's the difference?

reflexed | reflexes |


As adjectives the difference between reflexed and reflexes

is that reflexed is turned backwards while reflexes is .

As a verb reflexed

is (reflex).

As a noun reflexes is

.

Refluxes vs Reflexes - What's the difference?

refluxes | reflexes |


As nouns the difference between refluxes and reflexes

is that refluxes is while reflexes is .

As an adjective reflexes is

.

Reflexes vs Reactiontime - What's the difference?

reflexes | reactiontime |

Voluntarymusclecontrol vs Reflexes - What's the difference?

voluntarymusclecontrol | reflexes |

Agility vs Reflexes - What's the difference?

agility | reflexes |


As nouns the difference between agility and reflexes

is that agility is (uncountable) the quality of being agile; the power of moving the limbs quickly and easily; nimbleness; activity; quickness of motion; as, strength and agility of body while reflexes is .

Reflexes vs Cognate - What's the difference?

reflexes | cognate |


As nouns the difference between reflexes and cognate

is that reflexes is (reflex) while cognate is one of a number of things allied in origin or nature.

As a adjective cognate is

allied by blood; kindred by birth; specifically (legal) related on the mother's side.