spicy

Mild vs Spicy - What's the difference?

mild | spicy |


As adjectives the difference between mild and spicy

is that mild is gentle and not easily provoked while spicy is of, pertaining to, or containing spice.

As a noun mild

is (british) a relatively low-gravity beer, often with a dark colour; mild ale.

Spicy vs Spicier - What's the difference?

spicy | spicier |


As adjectives the difference between spicy and spicier

is that spicy is of, pertaining to, or containing spice while spicier is (spicy).

Titillating vs Spicy - What's the difference?

titillating | spicy | Related terms |

Titillating is a related term of spicy.


As adjectives the difference between titillating and spicy

is that titillating is pleasantly and sensually exciting while spicy is of, pertaining to, or containing spice.

As a verb titillating

is .

Tangy vs Spicy - What's the difference?

tangy | spicy |


As adjectives the difference between tangy and spicy

is that tangy is having a sharp, pungent flavor while spicy is of, pertaining to, or containing spice.

Spicy vs Stinging - What's the difference?

spicy | stinging | Related terms |

Spicy is a related term of stinging.


As adjectives the difference between spicy and stinging

is that spicy is of, pertaining to, or containing spice while stinging is having the capacity to sting.

As a verb stinging is

.

As a noun stinging is

the act by which someone receives a sting.

Spicy vs Appealing - What's the difference?

spicy | appealing | Related terms |

Spicy is a related term of appealing.


As adjectives the difference between spicy and appealing

is that spicy is of, pertaining to, or containing spice while appealing is having appeal; attractive.

As a verb appealing is

.

As a noun appealing is

the act of making an appeal.

Moving vs Spicy - What's the difference?

moving | spicy | Related terms |

Moving is a related term of spicy.


As adjectives the difference between moving and spicy

is that moving is (no comparative or superlative ) that moves or move while spicy is of, pertaining to, or containing spice.

As a verb moving

is .

As a noun moving

is (uncountable) the relocation of goods.

Redolent vs Spicy - What's the difference?

redolent | spicy | Related terms |

Redolent is a related term of spicy.


As adjectives the difference between redolent and spicy

is that redolent is fragrant or aromatic; having a sweet scent while spicy is of, pertaining to, or containing spice.

Sweltering vs Spicy - What's the difference?

sweltering | spicy | Related terms |

Sweltering is a related term of spicy.


As adjectives the difference between sweltering and spicy

is that sweltering is (of weather) hot and humid; oppressively sticky while spicy is of, pertaining to, or containing spice.

As a verb sweltering

is .

Spicy vs Consuming - What's the difference?

spicy | consuming | Related terms |

Spicy is a related term of consuming.


As adjectives the difference between spicy and consuming

is that spicy is of, pertaining to, or containing spice while consuming is holding one's attention or interest.

As a verb consuming is

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