slender

Shun vs Slender - What's the difference?

shun | slender |


As an adjective slender is

thin; slim.

Slender vs Chocolate - What's the difference?

slender | chocolate |


As adjectives the difference between slender and chocolate

is that slender is thin; slim while chocolate is chocolate (attributive).

As a verb chocolate is

.

Slender vs Stout - What's the difference?

slender | stout |


As an adjective slender

is thin; slim.

As a proper noun stout is

.

Slender vs Gangling - What's the difference?

slender | gangling |


As adjectives the difference between slender and gangling

is that slender is thin; slim while gangling is awkwardly tall and thin, ungraceful.

As a noun gangling is

(nonce|nonstandard) a member of a gang.

Slender vs Plum - What's the difference?

slender | plum |


As an adjective slender

is thin; slim.

As a noun plum is

feather.

Backbiting vs Slender - What's the difference?

backbiting | slender |


As adjectives the difference between backbiting and slender

is that backbiting is slandering or speaking badly of a person without that person's knowledge while slender is thin; slim.

As a noun backbiting

is the action of slandering a person without that person's knowledge.

As a verb backbiting

is .

Slender vs Faint - What's the difference?

slender | faint |


As adjectives the difference between slender and faint

is that slender is thin; slim while faint is lacking strength; weak; languid; inclined to swoon; as, faint with fatigue, hunger, or thirst.

As a noun faint is

the act of fainting.

As a verb faint is

to lose consciousness caused by a lack of oxygen or nutrients to the brain, usually as a result of a suddenly reduced blood flow (may be caused by emotional trauma, loss of blood or various medical conditions).

Slender vs Sheer - What's the difference?

slender | sheer | Related terms |

Slender is a related term of sheer.


As adjectives the difference between slender and sheer

is that slender is thin; slim while sheer is (textiles) very thin or transparent.

As an adverb sheer is

(archaic) clean; quite; at once.

As a noun sheer is

(nautical) the curve of the main deck or gunwale from bow to stern.

As a verb sheer is

(chiefly|nautical) to swerve from a course.

Slender vs Skinner - What's the difference?

slender | skinner |


As an adjective slender

is thin; slim.

As a proper noun skinner is

.

Slender vs Lank - What's the difference?

slender | lank | Related terms |

Slender is a related term of lank.


As an adjective slender

is thin; slim.

As a noun lank is

a link (connection).

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