slightly

Absolutely vs Slightly - What's the difference?

absolutely | slightly |


As adverbs the difference between absolutely and slightly

is that absolutely is in an absolute or unconditional manner; utterly, positively, wholly while slightly is slenderly; delicately.

As an interjection absolutely

is yes; certainly; expression indicating strong agreement .

Slightly vs Almost - What's the difference?

slightly | almost |


As adverbs the difference between slightly and almost

is that slightly is slenderly; delicately while almost is very close to, but not quite.

As a noun almost is

(informal) something or someone that doesn't quite make it.

Slightly vs Gradually - What's the difference?

slightly | gradually |


As adverbs the difference between slightly and gradually

is that slightly is slenderly; delicately while gradually is in a gradual manner; making slow progress; slowly.

Steadily vs Slightly - What's the difference?

steadily | slightly |


As adverbs the difference between steadily and slightly

is that steadily is in a steady manner while slightly is slenderly; delicately.

Kind_of vs Slightly - What's the difference?

kind_of | slightly | Related terms |

Kind_of is a related term of slightly.


As adverbs the difference between kind_of and slightly

is that kind_of is (idiomatic|colloquial) slightly; somewhat; sort of while slightly is slenderly; delicately.

Slightly vs Significantly - What's the difference?

slightly | significantly |


As adverbs the difference between slightly and significantly

is that slightly is slenderly; delicately while significantly is in a significant manner or to a significant extent.

Slightly vs Slowly - What's the difference?

slightly | slowly |


As adverbs the difference between slightly and slowly

is that slightly is slenderly; delicately while slowly is at a slow pace.

Slightly vs Markedly - What's the difference?

slightly | markedly |


As adverbs the difference between slightly and markedly

is that slightly is slenderly; delicately while markedly is .

Slightly vs Sometimes - What's the difference?

slightly | sometimes |


As adverbs the difference between slightly and sometimes

is that slightly is slenderly; delicately while sometimes is on certain occasions, or in certain circumstances, but not always.

As an adjective sometimes is

(obsolete) former; sometime.

Highly vs Slightly - What's the difference?

highly | slightly |


As adverbs the difference between highly and slightly

is that highly is in a high or esteemed manner while slightly is slenderly; delicately.

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