sanguineous

Sanguine vs Sanguineous - What's the difference?

sanguine | sanguineous |


As adjectives the difference between sanguine and sanguineous

is that sanguine is having the colour of blood; red while sanguineous is accompanied by bloodshed; bloody.

As a noun sanguine

is blood colour; red.

As a verb sanguine

is to stain with blood; to impart the colour of blood to; to ensanguine.

Sanguineous - What does it mean?

sanguineous | |

Sanguineous vs Sanguinous - What's the difference?

sanguineous | sanguinous |

Sanguineous vs Anguineous - What's the difference?

sanguineous | anguineous |


As adjectives the difference between sanguineous and anguineous

is that sanguineous is accompanied by bloodshed; bloody while anguineous is like a snake.

Taxonomy vs Sanguineous - What's the difference?

taxonomy | sanguineous |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective sanguineous is

accompanied by bloodshed; bloody.

Bloodthirsty vs Sanguineous - What's the difference?

bloodthirsty | sanguineous |


As adjectives the difference between bloodthirsty and sanguineous

is that bloodthirsty is eager to resort to violence while sanguineous is accompanied by bloodshed; bloody.

Violence vs Sanguineous - What's the difference?

violence | sanguineous |


As a noun violence

is extreme force.

As an adjective sanguineous is

accompanied by bloodshed; bloody.

Bloody vs Sanguineous - What's the difference?

bloody | sanguineous |


As adjectives the difference between bloody and sanguineous

is that bloody is covered in blood while sanguineous is accompanied by bloodshed; bloody.

As an adverb bloody

is (au|nz|british|mildly|vulgar) used to intensify what follows this adverb.

As a verb bloody

is to draw blood from one's opponent in a fight.

Bloodshed vs Sanguineous - What's the difference?

bloodshed | sanguineous |


As a noun bloodshed

is the shedding or spilling of blood.

As an adjective sanguineous is

accompanied by bloodshed; bloody.

Sanguineous vs Sanguinary - What's the difference?

sanguineous | sanguinary | Related terms |

Sanguineous is a related term of sanguinary.


As adjectives the difference between sanguineous and sanguinary

is that sanguineous is accompanied by bloodshed; bloody while sanguinary is (label) attended with bloodshed.

As a noun sanguinary is

a bloodthirsty person.