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Thorough vs Strict - What's the difference?

thorough | strict |


As adjectives the difference between thorough and strict

is that thorough is painstaking and careful not to miss or omit any detail while strict is strained; drawn close; tight.

As a preposition thorough

is (obsolete) through.

As a noun thorough

is (uk|dialect) a furrow between two ridges, to drain off the surface water.

Strict vs Fair - What's the difference?

strict | fair |


As an adjective strict

is strained; drawn close; tight.

As a proper noun fair is

.

Strict vs Fare - What's the difference?

strict | fare |


As an adjective strict

is strained; drawn close; tight.

As a verb fare is

.

Cruelty vs Strict - What's the difference?

cruelty | strict |


As a noun cruelty

is (uncountable) an indifference to suffering or positive pleasure in inflicting suffering.

As an adjective strict is

strained; drawn close; tight.

Obstinate vs Strict - What's the difference?

obstinate | strict |


As adjectives the difference between obstinate and strict

is that obstinate is stubbornly adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course, usually with implied unreasonableness; persistent while strict is strained; drawn close; tight.

Sincere vs Strict - What's the difference?

sincere | strict |


As adjectives the difference between sincere and strict

is that sincere is sincere while strict is strained; drawn close; tight.

Strict vs Stricter - What's the difference?

strict | stricter |


As adjectives the difference between strict and stricter

is that strict is strained; drawn close; tight while stricter is (strict).

Punishing vs Strict - What's the difference?

punishing | strict |


As adjectives the difference between punishing and strict

is that punishing is that inflicts punishment while strict is strained; drawn close; tight.

As a verb punishing

is .

As a noun punishing

is punishment.

Strict vs Direct - What's the difference?

strict | direct |


As adjectives the difference between strict and direct

is that strict is strained; drawn close; tight while direct is straight, constant, without interruption.

As an adverb direct is

directly.

As a verb direct is

to manage, control, steer.

Correct vs Strict - What's the difference?

correct | strict |


As adjectives the difference between correct and strict

is that correct is free from error; true; the state of having an affirmed truth while strict is strained; drawn close; tight.

As a verb correct

is to make something that was not valid become right to remove error.

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