staid

Staid vs Important - What's the difference?

staid | important | Related terms |

Staid is a related term of important.


As a noun staid

is trail, track or staid can be stately woman.

As an adjective important is

important.

Cool vs Staid - What's the difference?

cool | staid | Related terms |

Cool is a related term of staid.


As an acronym cool

is (computing) clips object]]-oriented [[language|language .

As a noun staid is

trail, track or staid can be stately woman.

Frumpy vs Staid - What's the difference?

frumpy | staid |


As an adjective frumpy

is dowdy, unkempt, or unfashionable.

As a noun staid is

trail, track or staid can be stately woman.

Staid vs Ponderous - What's the difference?

staid | ponderous |


As a noun staid

is trail, track or staid can be stately woman.

As an adjective ponderous is

heavy, massive, weighty.

Staid vs Stay - What's the difference?

staid | stay |


As nouns the difference between staid and stay

is that staid is trail, track or staid can be stately woman while stay is (nautical) a strong rope supporting a mast, and leading from the head of one mast down to some other, or other part of the vessel or stay can be a prop; a support.

As a verb stay is

(nautical) to incline forward, aft, or to one side by means of stays or stay can be to prop; support; sustain; hold up; steady.

As an adjective stay is

steep; ascending.

As an adverb stay is

steeply.

Staid vs Dispassionate - What's the difference?

staid | dispassionate |


As a noun staid

is trail, track or staid can be stately woman.

As an adjective dispassionate is

not showing, and not affected by emotion, bias, or prejudice.

Leery vs Staid - What's the difference?

leery | staid |


As an adjective leery

is cautious, hesitant, or nervous about something; having reservations or concerns.

As a noun staid is

trail, track or staid can be stately woman.

Phlegmatic vs Staid - What's the difference?

phlegmatic | staid |


As nouns the difference between phlegmatic and staid

is that phlegmatic is one who has a phlegmatic disposition while staid is trail, track or staid can be stately woman.

As an adjective phlegmatic

is not easily excited to action or passion; calm; sluggish.

Staid vs Stoic - What's the difference?

staid | stoic |


As nouns the difference between staid and stoic

is that staid is trail, track or staid can be stately woman while stoic is (stoic).

As an adjective stoic is

(stoic).

Staid vs Momentous - What's the difference?

staid | momentous | Related terms |

Staid is a related term of momentous.


As a noun staid

is trail, track or staid can be stately woman.

As an adjective momentous is

outstanding in importance, of great consequence.

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