scarier

Scary vs Scarier - What's the difference?

scary | scarier |


As adjectives the difference between scary and scarier

is that scary is causing or able to cause fright while scarier is (scary).

As a noun scary

is barren land having only a thin coat of grass.

Scarier vs Scalier - What's the difference?

scarier | scalier |


As adjectives the difference between scarier and scalier

is that scarier is (scary) while scalier is (scaly).

Starier vs Scarier - What's the difference?

starier | scarier |


As adjectives the difference between starier and scarier

is that starier is (starey) while scarier is (scary).

Scarier vs Scarcer - What's the difference?

scarier | scarcer |


As adjectives the difference between scarier and scarcer

is that scarier is (scary) while scarcer is (scarce).

Scarper vs Scarier - What's the difference?

scarper | scarier |


As a verb scarper

is (british|slang) to run away; to flee; to escape.

As an adjective scarier is

(scary).

Scarfer vs Scarier - What's the difference?

scarfer | scarier |


As a noun scarfer

is one who shapes by grinding.

As an adjective scarier is

(scary).

Scarier vs Scarer - What's the difference?

scarier | scarer |


As an adjective scarier

is (scary).

As a noun scarer is

one who, or that which, scares.

Scare vs Scarier - What's the difference?

scare | scarier |


As a noun scare

is a minor fright.

As a verb scare

is to frighten, terrify, startle, especially in a minor way.

As an adjective scarier is

(scary).