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Rickety vs Sickly - What's the difference?

rickety | sickly |


As adjectives the difference between rickety and sickly

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 sickly is frequently ill; often in poor health; given to becoming ill.

As a verb sickly is

to make sickly.

As an adverb sickly is

in a sick manner.

Rickety vs Stagger - What's the difference?

rickety | stagger |


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 noun stagger is

an unsteady movement of the body in walking or standing, as if one were about to fall; a reeling motion; vertigo; -- often in the plural; as, the stagger of a drunken man.

As a verb stagger is

sway unsteadily, reel, or totter.

Rickety vs Staggering - What's the difference?

rickety | staggering |


As adjectives the difference between rickety and staggering

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 staggering is incredible, overwhelming, amazing.

As a verb staggering is

.

As a noun staggering is

the motion of one who staggers.

Rickety vs Flimsy - What's the difference?

rickety | flimsy |


As adjectives the difference between rickety and flimsy

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 flimsy is likely to bend or break under pressure; weak, shaky, flexible, or fragile.

As a noun flimsy is

thin typing paper used to make multiple copies.

Rickety vs Rocking - What's the difference?

rickety | rocking |


As adjectives the difference between rickety and rocking

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 rocking is (informal) excellent; great.

As a verb rocking is

.

As a noun rocking is

the motion of something that rocks.

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.

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