sinister

Rotten vs Sinister - What's the difference?

rotten | sinister | Related terms |

Rotten is a related term of sinister.


As a noun rotten

is .

As an adjective sinister is

inauspicious]], ominous, unlucky, illegitimate (as in [[w:bar sinister|bar sinister ).

Disagreeable vs Sinister - What's the difference?

disagreeable | sinister | Related terms |

Disagreeable is a related term of sinister.


As adjectives the difference between disagreeable and sinister

is that disagreeable is not agreeable, conformable, or congruous; contrary; unsuitable while sinister is inauspicious]], ominous, unlucky, illegitimate (as in [[w:bar sinister|bar sinister ).

As a noun disagreeable

is something displeasing; anything that is disagreeable.

Tainted vs Sinister - What's the difference?

tainted | sinister | Related terms |

Tainted is a related term of sinister.


As adjectives the difference between tainted and sinister

is that tainted is corrupted or filled with imperfections while sinister is inauspicious]], ominous, unlucky, illegitimate (as in [[w:bar sinister|bar sinister ).

As a verb tainted

is (taint).

Sinister vs Gross - What's the difference?

sinister | gross | Related terms |

Sinister is a related term of gross.


As an adjective sinister

is inauspicious]], ominous, unlucky, illegitimate (as in [[w:bar sinister|bar sinister ).

As a proper noun gross is

.

Improper vs Sinister - What's the difference?

improper | sinister | Related terms |

Improper is a related term of sinister.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between improper and sinister

is that improper is (obsolete) to behave improperly while sinister is (obsolete) wrong, as springing from indirection or obliquity; perverse; dishonest.

As adjectives the difference between improper and sinister

is that improper is unsuitable to needs or circumstances; inappropriate; inapt while sinister is inauspicious]], ominous, unlucky, illegitimate (as in [[w:bar sinister|bar sinister ).

As a verb improper

is (obsolete|transitive) to appropriate; to limit.

Sinister vs Black - What's the difference?

sinister | black | Related terms |

Sinister is a related term of black.


As an adjective sinister

is inauspicious]], ominous, unlucky, illegitimate (as in [[w:bar sinister|bar sinister ).

As a proper noun black is

.

Perilous vs Sinister - What's the difference?

perilous | sinister | Related terms |

Perilous is a related term of sinister.


As adjectives the difference between perilous and sinister

is that perilous is dangerous, full of peril while sinister is inauspicious]], ominous, unlucky, illegitimate (as in [[w:bar sinister|bar sinister ).

Sinister vs Inauspicious - What's the difference?

sinister | inauspicious |


As adjectives the difference between sinister and inauspicious

is that sinister is inauspicious]], ominous, unlucky, illegitimate (as in [[w:bar sinister|bar sinister ) while inauspicious is not auspicious; ill-omened; unfortunate; unlucky; unfavorable.

Brooding vs Sinister - What's the difference?

brooding | sinister |


As adjectives the difference between brooding and sinister

is that brooding is (of a bird) broody; incubating eggs by sitting on them while sinister is inauspicious]], ominous, unlucky, illegitimate (as in [[w:bar sinister|bar sinister ).

As a verb brooding

is .

As a noun brooding

is a spell of brooding; the time when someone broods.

Sinister vs Snide - What's the difference?

sinister | snide | Related terms |

Sinister is a related term of snide.


As adjectives the difference between sinister and snide

is that sinister is inauspicious]], ominous, unlucky, illegitimate (as in [[w:bar sinister|bar sinister ) while snide is disparaging or derisive in an insinuative way.

As a noun snide is

an underhanded, tricky person given to sharp practise; a sharper; a beat.

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