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Smooth vs Manifest - What's the difference?

smooth | manifest | Related terms |

Smooth is a related term of manifest.


As nouns the difference between smooth and manifest

is that smooth is something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily while manifest is manifesto.

As an adjective smooth

is having a texture that lacks friction not rough.

As an adverb smooth

is smoothly.

As a verb smooth

is to make smooth or even.

Smooth vs Fast - What's the difference?

smooth | fast |


As verbs the difference between smooth and fast

is that smooth is to make smooth or even while fast is .

As an adjective smooth

is having a texture that lacks friction not rough.

As an adverb smooth

is smoothly.

As a noun smooth

is something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily.

Smooth vs Greatly - What's the difference?

smooth | greatly |


As adverbs the difference between smooth and greatly

is that smooth is smoothly while greatly is (archaic) nobly; magnanimously.

As an adjective smooth

is having a texture that lacks friction not rough.

As a noun smooth

is something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily.

As a verb smooth

is to make smooth or even.

Bump vs Smooth - What's the difference?

bump | smooth |


As a proper noun bump

is .

As an adjective smooth is

having a texture that lacks friction not rough.

As an adverb smooth is

smoothly.

As a noun smooth is

something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily.

As a verb smooth is

to make smooth or even.

Rugged vs Smooth - What's the difference?

rugged | smooth |


As adjectives the difference between rugged and smooth

is that rugged is broken into sharp or irregular points; uneven; not smooth; rough or rugged can be having a rug or rugs while smooth is having a texture that lacks friction not rough.

As verbs the difference between rugged and smooth

is that rugged is (rug) while smooth is to make smooth or even.

As an adverb smooth is

smoothly.

As a noun smooth is

something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily.

Smooth vs Ingenuous - What's the difference?

smooth | ingenuous | Related terms |

Smooth is a related term of ingenuous.


As adjectives the difference between smooth and ingenuous

is that smooth is having a texture that lacks friction not rough while ingenuous is naive and trusting.

As an adverb smooth

is smoothly.

As a noun smooth

is something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily.

As a verb smooth

is to make smooth or even.

Smooth vs Contented - What's the difference?

smooth | contented | Related terms |

Smooth is a related term of contented.


As adjectives the difference between smooth and contented

is that smooth is having a texture that lacks friction not rough while contented is satisfied.

As verbs the difference between smooth and contented

is that smooth is to make smooth or even while contented is (content).

As an adverb smooth

is smoothly.

As a noun smooth

is something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily.

Burnish vs Smooth - What's the difference?

burnish | smooth | Related terms |

Burnish is a related term of smooth.


As verbs the difference between burnish and smooth

is that burnish is to make smooth or shiny by rubbing; to polish; to shine while smooth is to make smooth or even.

As an adjective smooth is

having a texture that lacks friction not rough.

As an adverb smooth is

smoothly.

As a noun smooth is

something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily.

Smooth vs Level-headed - What's the difference?

smooth | level-headed | Related terms |

Smooth is a related term of level-headed.


As adjectives the difference between smooth and level-headed

is that smooth is having a texture that lacks friction not rough while level-headed is (idiomatic) sensible; rational; possessing sound judgment.

As an adverb smooth

is smoothly.

As a noun smooth

is something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily.

As a verb smooth

is to make smooth or even.

Smooth vs Contrived - What's the difference?

smooth | contrived | Related terms |

Smooth is a related term of contrived.


As adjectives the difference between smooth and contrived

is that smooth is having a texture that lacks friction not rough while contrived is unnatural, forced.

As verbs the difference between smooth and contrived

is that smooth is to make smooth or even while contrived is (contrive).

As an adverb smooth

is smoothly.

As a noun smooth

is something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily.

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