startling

Startling vs Dramatically - What's the difference?

startling | dramatically |


As a verb startling

is .

As an adjective startling

is likely to startle; surprising; shocking.

As an adverb dramatically is

in a dramatic manner.

Startling vs Astound - What's the difference?

startling | astound |


As verbs the difference between startling and astound

is that startling is while astound is to astonish, bewilder or dazzle.

As adjectives the difference between startling and astound

is that startling is likely to startle; surprising; shocking while astound is (obsolete) stunned; astounded; astonished.

Startling vs Perplexing - What's the difference?

startling | perplexing | Related terms |

Startling is a related term of perplexing.


As verbs the difference between startling and perplexing

is that startling is while perplexing is .

As adjectives the difference between startling and perplexing

is that startling is likely to startle; surprising; shocking while perplexing is confusing or puzzling.

Horrendous vs Startling - What's the difference?

horrendous | startling |


As adjectives the difference between horrendous and startling

is that horrendous is extremely bad; awful; terrible while startling is likely to startle; surprising; shocking.

As a verb startling is

.

Overpowering vs Startling - What's the difference?

overpowering | startling | Related terms |

Overpowering is a related term of startling.


As verbs the difference between overpowering and startling

is that overpowering is while startling is .

As adjectives the difference between overpowering and startling

is that overpowering is that overpowers; so strong as to be overwhelming while startling is likely to startle; surprising; shocking.

Startling vs Startled - What's the difference?

startling | startled |


As verbs the difference between startling and startled

is that startling is while startled is (startle).

As adjectives the difference between startling and startled

is that startling is likely to startle; surprising; shocking while startled is frightened.

Overwhelming vs Startling - What's the difference?

overwhelming | startling | Related terms |

Overwhelming is a related term of startling.


As verbs the difference between overwhelming and startling

is that overwhelming is present participle of to overwhelm while startling is .

As adjectives the difference between overwhelming and startling

is that overwhelming is overpowering, staggering, or irresistibly strong while startling is likely to startle; surprising; shocking.

Startling vs Strangling - What's the difference?

startling | strangling |


As verbs the difference between startling and strangling

is that startling is while strangling is .

As an adjective startling

is likely to startle; surprising; shocking.

As a noun strangling is

the crime of killing by strangling.

Startling vs Impressive - What's the difference?

startling | impressive | Related terms |

Startling is a related term of impressive.


As adjectives the difference between startling and impressive

is that startling is likely to startle; surprising; shocking while impressive is making, or tending to make, an impression; having power to impress; adapted to excite attention and feeling, to touch the sensibilities, or affect the conscience; as, an impressive discourse; an impressive scene.

As a verb startling

is .

Astounding vs Startling - What's the difference?

astounding | startling | Related terms |

Astounding is a related term of startling.


As verbs the difference between astounding and startling

is that astounding is while startling is .

As adjectives the difference between astounding and startling

is that astounding is that astounds or astound while startling is likely to startle; surprising; shocking.

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