repulsive

Embarrassing vs Repulsive - What's the difference?

embarrassing | repulsive | Related terms |

Embarrassing is a related term of repulsive.


As adjectives the difference between embarrassing and repulsive

is that embarrassing is causing embarrassment; makes you feel shy or ashamed; leading to a feeling of uncomfortable self-consciousness while repulsive is .

As a verb embarrassing

is .

As a noun embarrassing

is the action of the verb to embarrass .

Repulsive vs Uncanny - What's the difference?

repulsive | uncanny | Related terms |

Repulsive is a related term of uncanny.


As adjectives the difference between repulsive and uncanny

is that repulsive is while uncanny is strange, and mysteriously unsettling (as if supernatural); weird.

Cool vs Repulsive - What's the difference?

cool | repulsive | Synonyms |

Cool is a synonym of repulsive.


As an acronym cool

is (computing) clips object]]-oriented [[language|language .

As an adjective repulsive is

.

Loathesome vs Repulsive - What's the difference?

loathesome | repulsive | Related terms |

Loathesome is a related term of repulsive.


As an adjective repulsive is

.

Dispassionate vs Repulsive - What's the difference?

dispassionate | repulsive | Related terms |

Dispassionate is a related term of repulsive.


As adjectives the difference between dispassionate and repulsive

is that dispassionate is not showing, and not affected by emotion, bias, or prejudice while repulsive is .

Repulsive vs Disgraceful - What's the difference?

repulsive | disgraceful | Related terms |

Repulsive is a related term of disgraceful.


As adjectives the difference between repulsive and disgraceful

is that repulsive is while disgraceful is bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful.

Repulsive vs Disarm - What's the difference?

repulsive | disarm |


As an adjective repulsive

is .

As a verb disarm is

to deprive of arms; to take away the weapons of; to deprive of the means of attack or defense; to render defenseless.

Repulsive vs Contempt - What's the difference?

repulsive | contempt |


As an adjective repulsive

is .

As a noun contempt is

(uncountable) the state of contemning; the feeling or attitude of regarding someone or something as inferior, base, or worthless; scorn, disdain.

Repulsive vs Malicious - What's the difference?

repulsive | malicious |


As adjectives the difference between repulsive and malicious

is that repulsive is while malicious is of, pertaining to, or as a result of malice or spite.

Angry vs Repulsive - What's the difference?

angry | repulsive |


As adjectives the difference between angry and repulsive

is that angry is displaying or feeling anger while repulsive is .

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