rickety

Unstable vs Rickety - What's the difference?

unstable | rickety |


As adjectives the difference between unstable and rickety

is that unstable is having a strong tendency to change while rickety is of an object: not strong or sturdy, as because of poor construction or upkeep; not safe or secure; giddy; shaky.

Dilapidate vs Rickety - What's the difference?

dilapidate | rickety |


As a verb dilapidate

is to fall into ruin or disuse.

As an adjective rickety is

of an object: not strong or sturdy, as because of poor construction or upkeep; not safe or secure; giddy; shaky.

Rickety vs Broken - What's the difference?

rickety | broken |


As an adjective rickety

is of an object: not strong or sturdy, as because of poor construction or upkeep; not safe or secure; giddy; shaky.

As a proper noun broken is

(derogatory|slang) torres strait creole.

Tatty vs Rickety - What's the difference?

tatty | rickety |


As adjectives the difference between tatty and rickety

is that tatty is dilapidated, distressed, worn-out, torn while rickety is of an object: not strong or sturdy, as because of poor construction or upkeep; not safe or secure; giddy; shaky.

As a noun tatty

is (northern england|geordie|slang) potato.

Tender vs Rickety - What's the difference?

tender | rickety | Related terms |

Tender is a related term of rickety.


As a noun tender

is (label) (l) (fuel-carrying railroad car).

As an adjective rickety is

of an object: not strong or sturdy, as because of poor construction or upkeep; not safe or secure; giddy; shaky.

Rickety - What does it mean?

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Damp vs Rickety - What's the difference?

damp | rickety |


As a noun damp

is steam.

As an adjective rickety is

of an object: not strong or sturdy, as because of poor construction or upkeep; not safe or secure; giddy; shaky.

Frail vs Rickety - What's the difference?

frail | rickety | Related terms |

Frail is a related term of rickety.


As adjectives the difference between frail and rickety

is that frail is easily broken; mentally or physically fragile; not firm or durable; liable to fail and perish; easily destroyed; not tenacious of life; weak; infirm while rickety is of an object: not strong or sturdy, as because of poor construction or upkeep; not safe or secure; giddy; shaky.

As a noun frail

is a basket made of rushes, used chiefly for containing figs and raisins.

As a verb frail

is to play a stringed instrument, usually a banjo, by picking with the back of a fingernail.

Rickety vs Tumbledown - What's the difference?

rickety | tumbledown | Related terms |

Rickety is a related term of tumbledown.


As adjectives the difference between rickety and tumbledown

is that rickety is of an object: not strong or sturdy, as because of poor construction or upkeep; not safe or secure; giddy; shaky while tumbledown is in disrepair; poorly maintained.

Precarious vs Rickety - What's the difference?

precarious | rickety |


As adjectives the difference between precarious and rickety

is that precarious is (comparable) dangerously insecure or unstable; perilous or precarious can be (dentistry) relating to incipient caries while rickety is of an object: not strong or sturdy, as because of poor construction or upkeep; not safe or secure; giddy; shaky.

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