slack

Slack vs Sagging - What's the difference?

slack | sagging |


As verbs the difference between slack and sagging

is that slack is while sagging is .

As a noun sagging is

the act of something that sags.

Stagnant vs Slack - What's the difference?

stagnant | slack |


As an adjective stagnant

is lacking freshness, motion, flow, progress, or change; stale; motionless; still.

As a verb slack is

.

Stagnate vs Slack - What's the difference?

stagnate | slack |


As verbs the difference between stagnate and slack

is that stagnate is to cease motion, activity, or progress: while slack is .

Relaxation vs Slack - What's the difference?

relaxation | slack |


As a noun relaxation

is the act of relaxing or the state of being relaxed; the opposite of stress or tension; the aim of recreation and leisure activities.

As a verb slack is

.

Slack vs Notion - What's the difference?

slack | notion |


As a verb slack

is .

As a noun notion is

mental]] apprehension of whatever may be known, [[think|thought, or imagined; idea, concept.

Steep vs Slack - What's the difference?

steep | slack |


As verbs the difference between steep and slack

is that steep is (ambitransitive) to soak an item (or to be soaked) in liquid in order to gradually add or remove components to or from the item while slack is .

As an adjective steep

is of a near-vertical gradient; of a slope, surface, curve, etc that proceeds upward at an angle near vertical.

As a noun steep

is a liquid used in a steeping process.

Quip vs Slack - What's the difference?

quip | slack |


As verbs the difference between quip and slack

is that quip is to make a quip while slack is .

As a noun quip

is a smart, sarcastic turn or jest; a taunt; a severe retort or comeback; a gibe.

Coke vs Slack - What's the difference?

coke | slack |


As a noun coke

is (uncountable|informal) cola-based soft drink.

As a verb slack is

.

Flabby vs Slack - What's the difference?

flabby | slack |


As an adjective flabby

is yielding to the touch, and easily moved or shaken; hanging loose by its own weight; wanting firmness; flaccid; as, flabby flesh .

As a verb slack is

.

Slack vs Flood - What's the difference?

slack | flood |


As a verb slack

is .

As a proper noun flood is

(biblical) the flood referred to in the book of genesis in the old testament.

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