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Plain vs Sour - What's the difference?

plain | sour |


As adjectives the difference between plain and sour

is that plain is while sour is having an acidic, sharp or tangy taste.

As nouns the difference between plain and sour

is that plain is (rare|poetic) a lamentation or plain can be an expanse of land with relatively low relief while sour is the sensation of a sour taste.

As verbs the difference between plain and sour

is that plain is to lament, bewail or plain can be (obsolete|transitive) to plane or level; to make plain or even on the surface while sour is (label) to make sour.

As an adverb plain

is (colloquial) simply.

Damage vs Sour - What's the difference?

damage | sour |


As nouns the difference between damage and sour

is that damage is injury or harm; the condition or measure of something not being intact while sour is the sensation of a sour taste.

As verbs the difference between damage and sour

is that damage is to impair the soundness, goodness, or value of; to harm or cause destruction while sour is (label) to make sour.

As an adjective sour is

having an acidic, sharp or tangy taste.

Rotten vs Sour - What's the difference?

rotten | sour |


As nouns the difference between rotten and sour

is that rotten is while sour is the sensation of a sour taste.

As an adjective sour is

having an acidic, sharp or tangy taste.

As a verb sour is

(label) to make sour.

Sour vs Ill-natured - What's the difference?

sour | ill-natured | Related terms |

Sour is a related term of ill-natured.


As adjectives the difference between sour and ill-natured

is that sour is having an acidic, sharp or tangy taste while ill-natured is bad-tempered, irritable or malevolent.

As a noun sour

is the sensation of a sour taste.

As a verb sour

is (label) to make sour.

Illnatured vs Sour - What's the difference?

illnatured | sour | Related terms |

Illnatured is a related term of sour.


As an adjective sour is

having an acidic, sharp or tangy taste.

As a noun sour is

the sensation of a sour taste.

As a verb sour is

(label) to make sour.

Sour vs Cross - What's the difference?

sour | cross | Related terms |

Sour is a related term of cross.


As an adjective sour

is having an acidic, sharp or tangy taste.

As a noun sour

is the sensation of a sour taste.

As a verb sour

is (label) to make sour.

As a proper noun cross is

for someone who lived near a stone cross on a road.

Sour vs Acerb - What's the difference?

sour | acerb |


As adjectives the difference between sour and acerb

is that sour is having an acidic, sharp or tangy taste while acerb is sour, bitter, and harsh to the taste, as unripe fruit.

As a noun sour

is the sensation of a sour taste.

As a verb sour

is (label) to make sour.

Sour vs Rough - What's the difference?

sour | rough | Related terms |

Sour is a related term of rough.


As adjectives the difference between sour and rough

is that sour is having an acidic, sharp or tangy taste while rough is having a texture that has much friction not smooth; uneven.

As nouns the difference between sour and rough

is that sour is the sensation of a sour taste while rough is the unmowed part of a golf course.

As verbs the difference between sour and rough

is that sour is (label) to make sour while rough is to create in an approximate form.

As an adverb rough is

in a rough manner; rudely; roughly.

Sour vs Severe - What's the difference?

sour | severe | Related terms |

Sour is a related term of severe.


As adjectives the difference between sour and severe

is that sour is having an acidic, sharp or tangy taste while severe is severe, harsh.

As a noun sour

is the sensation of a sour taste.

As a verb sour

is (label) to make sour.

Penetrating vs Sour - What's the difference?

penetrating | sour | Related terms |

Penetrating is a related term of sour.


As adjectives the difference between penetrating and sour

is that penetrating is able to pierce or penetrate while sour is having an acidic, sharp or tangy taste.

As verbs the difference between penetrating and sour

is that penetrating is while sour is (label) to make sour.

As a noun sour is

the sensation of a sour taste.

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