spirited

Spirited vs Arresting - What's the difference?

spirited | arresting | Related terms |

Spirited is a related term of arresting.


As verbs the difference between spirited and arresting

is that spirited is (spirit) while arresting is .

As an adjective spirited

is lively, vigorous, animated or courageous.

Spirited vs Spiritful - What's the difference?

spirited | spiritful |


As adjectives the difference between spirited and spiritful

is that spirited is lively, vigorous, animated or courageous while spiritful is full of spirit; spirited.

As a verb spirited

is (spirit).

Spirited vs Enchanting - What's the difference?

spirited | enchanting | Related terms |

Spirited is a related term of enchanting.


As verbs the difference between spirited and enchanting

is that spirited is (spirit) while enchanting is .

As adjectives the difference between spirited and enchanting

is that spirited is lively, vigorous, animated or courageous while enchanting is having the ability to enchant; charming, delightful.

As a noun enchanting is

an act of enchantment.

Spirited vs Appealing - What's the difference?

spirited | appealing | Related terms |

Spirited is a related term of appealing.


As verbs the difference between spirited and appealing

is that spirited is (spirit) while appealing is .

As adjectives the difference between spirited and appealing

is that spirited is lively, vigorous, animated or courageous while appealing is having appeal; attractive.

As a noun appealing is

the act of making an appeal.

Spirited vs Curious - What's the difference?

spirited | curious | Related terms |

Spirited is a related term of curious.


As adjectives the difference between spirited and curious

is that spirited is lively, vigorous, animated or courageous while curious is (lb) fastidious, particular; demanding a high standard of excellence, difficult to satisfy.

As a verb spirited

is (spirit).

Striking vs Spirited - What's the difference?

striking | spirited | Related terms |

Striking is a related term of spirited.


As adjectives the difference between striking and spirited

is that striking is making a strong impression while spirited is lively, vigorous, animated or courageous.

As verbs the difference between striking and spirited

is that striking is while spirited is (spirit).

As a noun striking

is the act by which something strikes or is struck.

Spirited vs Though-provoking - What's the difference?

spirited | though-provoking | Related terms |

Spirited is a related term of though-provoking.

Intelligent vs Spirited - What's the difference?

intelligent | spirited | Related terms |

Intelligent is a related term of spirited.


As adjectives the difference between intelligent and spirited

is that intelligent is of high or especially quick cognitive capacity, bright while spirited is lively, vigorous, animated or courageous.

As a verb spirited is

(spirit).

Spirited vs Intriguing - What's the difference?

spirited | intriguing | Related terms |

Spirited is a related term of intriguing.


As verbs the difference between spirited and intriguing

is that spirited is (spirit) while intriguing is .

As adjectives the difference between spirited and intriguing

is that spirited is lively, vigorous, animated or courageous while intriguing is causing a desire to know more; mysterious.

As a noun intriguing is

an intrigue.

Audacious vs Spirited - What's the difference?

audacious | spirited | Related terms |

Audacious is a related term of spirited.


As adjectives the difference between audacious and spirited

is that audacious is showing willingness to take bold risks; recklessly daring while spirited is lively, vigorous, animated or courageous.

As a verb spirited is

(spirit).

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