sordid

Sordid vs Snide - What's the difference?

sordid | snide |


As adjectives the difference between sordid and snide

is that sordid is dirty or squalid while snide is disparaging or derisive in an insinuative way.

As a noun snide is

an underhanded, tricky person given to sharp practise; a sharper; a beat.

Rapacious vs Sordid - What's the difference?

rapacious | sordid | Related terms |

Rapacious is a related term of sordid.


As adjectives the difference between rapacious and sordid

is that rapacious is voracious; avaricious while sordid is dirty or squalid.

Unethical vs Sordid - What's the difference?

unethical | sordid | Related terms |

Unethical is a related term of sordid.


As adjectives the difference between unethical and sordid

is that unethical is not morally approvable; morally bad; not ethical while sordid is dirty or squalid.

Servile vs Sordid - What's the difference?

servile | sordid | Related terms |

Servile is a related term of sordid.


As adjectives the difference between servile and sordid

is that servile is of or pertaining to a slave while sordid is dirty or squalid.

As a noun servile

is (grammar) an element which forms no part of the original root.

Degenerate vs Sordid - What's the difference?

degenerate | sordid | Related terms |

Degenerate is a related term of sordid.


As adjectives the difference between degenerate and sordid

is that degenerate is (of qualities) having deteriorated, degraded or fallen from normal, coherent, balanced and desirable to undesirable and typically abnormal while sordid is dirty or squalid.

As a noun degenerate

is one is degenerate, who has fallen from previous stature.

As a verb degenerate

is to lose good or desirable qualities.

Groveling vs Sordid - What's the difference?

groveling | sordid | Related terms |

Groveling is a related term of sordid.


As a verb groveling

is (us).

As a noun groveling

is the act of one who grovels.

As an adjective sordid is

dirty or squalid.

Low-minded vs Sordid - What's the difference?

low-minded | sordid | Related terms |

Low-minded is a related term of sordid.


As adjectives the difference between low-minded and sordid

is that low-minded is having coarse, unrefined, vulgar demeanor while sordid is dirty or squalid.

Sordid vs Avaricious - What's the difference?

sordid | avaricious | Related terms |

Sordid is a related term of avaricious.


As adjectives the difference between sordid and avaricious

is that sordid is dirty or squalid while avaricious is actuated]] by avarice; extremely greedy for wealth or material gain; immoderately desirous of [[accumulate|accumulating property.

Disgraceful vs Sordid - What's the difference?

disgraceful | sordid | Related terms |

Disgraceful is a related term of sordid.


As adjectives the difference between disgraceful and sordid

is that disgraceful is bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful while sordid is dirty or squalid.

Sordid vs Expedient - What's the difference?

sordid | expedient |


As an adjective sordid

is dirty or squalid.

As a noun expedient is

expedient.

As a verb expedient is

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