ridiculous

Pupil vs Ridiculous - What's the difference?

pupil | ridiculous |


As a noun pupil

is (legal|obsolete) an orphan who is a minor and under the protection of the state or pupil can be (anatomy) the hole in the middle of the iris of the eye, through which light passes to be focused on the retina.

As an adjective ridiculous is

deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd.

Ridiculous vs Vain - What's the difference?

ridiculous | vain | Related terms |

Ridiculous is a related term of vain.


As an adjective ridiculous

is deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd.

As a noun vain is

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Ridiculous vs Miraculous - What's the difference?

ridiculous | miraculous |


As adjectives the difference between ridiculous and miraculous

is that ridiculous is deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd while miraculous is pertaining to miracles; referring to something that people can't explain.

Childish vs Ridiculous - What's the difference?

childish | ridiculous | Related terms |

Childish is a related term of ridiculous.


As adjectives the difference between childish and ridiculous

is that childish is of or suitable for a child while ridiculous is deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd.

Ridiculous vs Ironic - What's the difference?

ridiculous | ironic |


As adjectives the difference between ridiculous and ironic

is that ridiculous is deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd while ironic is ironic.

Ridiculous vs Harebrained - What's the difference?

ridiculous | harebrained | Related terms |

Ridiculous is a related term of harebrained.


As adjectives the difference between ridiculous and harebrained

is that ridiculous is deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd while harebrained is (of an idea or plan etc) absurd, foolish or stupid.

Brainless vs Ridiculous - What's the difference?

brainless | ridiculous | Related terms |

Brainless is a related term of ridiculous.


As adjectives the difference between brainless and ridiculous

is that brainless is (lb) having no brain while ridiculous is deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd.

Ridiculous vs Unlikely - What's the difference?

ridiculous | unlikely |


As adjectives the difference between ridiculous and unlikely

is that ridiculous is deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd while unlikely is not likely; improbable; not to be reasonably expected.

As an adverb unlikely is

in an improbable manner.

As a noun unlikely is

something or somebody considered unlikely.

Ridiculous vs Underhanded - What's the difference?

ridiculous | underhanded |


As adjectives the difference between ridiculous and underhanded

is that ridiculous is deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd while underhanded is done by moving the hand (and arm) from below.

Ridiculous vs Sprite - What's the difference?

ridiculous | sprite |


As an adjective ridiculous

is deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd.

As a noun sprite is

(mythology) a spirit; a soul; a shade; also, an apparition.

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