scrawny

Ailing vs Scrawny - What's the difference?

ailing | scrawny | Related terms |

Ailing is a related term of scrawny.


As adjectives the difference between ailing and scrawny

is that ailing is sickly; sick; ill; unwell while scrawny is thin, malnourished and weak.

As a noun ailing

is an ailment.

As a verb ailing

is .

Debilitated vs Scrawny - What's the difference?

debilitated | scrawny | Related terms |

Debilitated is a related term of scrawny.


As adjectives the difference between debilitated and scrawny

is that debilitated is weakened while scrawny is thin, malnourished and weak.

As a verb debilitated

is (debilitate).

White vs Scrawny - What's the difference?

white | scrawny | Related terms |

White is a related term of scrawny.


As a proper noun white

is .

As an adjective scrawny is

thin, malnourished and weak.

Peaky vs Scrawny - What's the difference?

peaky | scrawny | Synonyms |

Peaky is a synonym of scrawny.


As adjectives the difference between peaky and scrawny

is that peaky is sickly; peaked while scrawny is thin, malnourished and weak.

Sickly vs Scrawny - What's the difference?

sickly | scrawny | Related terms |

Sickly is a related term of scrawny.


As adjectives the difference between sickly and scrawny

is that sickly is frequently ill; often in poor health; given to becoming ill while scrawny is thin, malnourished and weak.

As a verb sickly

is to make sickly.

As an adverb sickly

is in a sick manner.

Ashen vs Scrawny - What's the difference?

ashen | scrawny | Related terms |

Ashen is a related term of scrawny.


As an adjective scrawny is

thin, malnourished and weak.

Undernourished vs Scrawny - What's the difference?

undernourished | scrawny | Related terms |

Undernourished is a related term of scrawny.


As adjectives the difference between undernourished and scrawny

is that undernourished is provided with insufficient nourishment to sustain proper health and growth while scrawny is thin, malnourished and weak.

Scraggly vs Scrawny - What's the difference?

scraggly | scrawny |


As adjectives the difference between scraggly and scrawny

is that scraggly is rough, scruffy, or unkempt while scrawny is thin, malnourished and weak.

Wan vs Scrawny - What's the difference?

wan | scrawny | Related terms |

Wan is a related term of scrawny.


As an adjective scrawny is

thin, malnourished and weak.

Wikidiffcom vs Scrawny - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | scrawny |


As an adjective scrawny is

thin, malnourished and weak.

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