soiled

Torrid vs Soiled - What's the difference?

torrid | soiled |


As adjectives the difference between torrid and soiled

is that torrid is very hot and dry while soiled is dirty.

As a verb soiled is

(soil).

Stale vs Soiled - What's the difference?

stale | soiled |


As an adverb stale

is always, all the time.

As a verb soiled is

(soil).

As an adjective soiled is

dirty.

Soiled vs Carrel - What's the difference?

soiled | carrel |


As a verb soiled

is (soil).

As an adjective soiled

is dirty.

As a noun carrel is

a partially partitioned space for studying or reading, often in a library.

Sanded vs Soiled - What's the difference?

sanded | soiled |


As verbs the difference between sanded and soiled

is that sanded is (sand) while soiled is (soil).

As an adjective soiled is

dirty.

Soiled vs Spotted - What's the difference?

soiled | spotted |


As verbs the difference between soiled and spotted

is that soiled is (soil) while spotted is (spot).

As adjectives the difference between soiled and spotted

is that soiled is dirty while spotted is discoloured by spots; stained.

Soiled vs Muddied - What's the difference?

soiled | muddied | Related terms |

Soiled is a related term of muddied.


As verbs the difference between soiled and muddied

is that soiled is (soil) while muddied is (muddy).

As adjectives the difference between soiled and muddied

is that soiled is dirty while muddied is made dirty with mud.

Soiled vs Grimy - What's the difference?

soiled | grimy | Related terms |

Soiled is a related term of grimy.


As adjectives the difference between soiled and grimy

is that soiled is dirty while grimy is stained, or covered with grime.

As a verb soiled

is (soil).

Soiled vs Bedraggled - What's the difference?

soiled | bedraggled | Related terms |

Soiled is a related term of bedraggled.


As verbs the difference between soiled and bedraggled

is that soiled is (soil) while bedraggled is (bedraggle).

As adjectives the difference between soiled and bedraggled

is that soiled is dirty while bedraggled is wet and limp; unkempt.

Soiled vs Nasty - What's the difference?

soiled | nasty | Related terms |

Soiled is a related term of nasty.


As adjectives the difference between soiled and nasty

is that soiled is dirty while nasty is .

As a verb soiled

is (soil).

As a noun nasty is

(lb) something nasty.

Soiled vs Muddy - What's the difference?

soiled | muddy | Related terms |

Soiled is a related term of muddy.


As verbs the difference between soiled and muddy

is that soiled is (soil) while muddy is to get mud on (something).

As adjectives the difference between soiled and muddy

is that soiled is dirty while muddy is covered with or full of mud or wet soil.

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