sullied

Sullied vs Noxious - What's the difference?

sullied | noxious | Related terms |

Sullied is a related term of noxious.


As adjectives the difference between sullied and noxious

is that sullied is defiled or tainted, soiled or stained while noxious is harmful; injurious.

As a verb sullied

is (sully).

Unwashed vs Sullied - What's the difference?

unwashed | sullied | Related terms |

Unwashed is a related term of sullied.


As adjectives the difference between unwashed and sullied

is that unwashed is that has or have not been washed while sullied is defiled or tainted, soiled or stained.

As a verb sullied is

(sully).

Dim vs Sullied - What's the difference?

dim | sullied | Synonyms |

Dim is a synonym of sullied.


As a proper noun dim

is tue (tuesday).

As an adjective sullied is

defiled or tainted, soiled or stained.

As a verb sullied is

(sully).

Mysterious vs Sullied - What's the difference?

mysterious | sullied | Related terms |

Mysterious is a related term of sullied.


As adjectives the difference between mysterious and sullied

is that mysterious is of unknown origin while sullied is defiled or tainted, soiled or stained.

As a verb sullied is

(sully).

Sullied vs Pure - What's the difference?

sullied | pure |


As an adjective sullied

is defiled or tainted, soiled or stained.

As a verb sullied

is (sully).

As a noun pure is

puree,.

Dark vs Sullied - What's the difference?

dark | sullied | Related terms |

Dark is a related term of sullied.


As adjectives the difference between dark and sullied

is that dark is having an absolute or (more often) relative lack of light while sullied is defiled or tainted, soiled or stained.

As a noun dark

is a complete or (more often) partial absence of light.

As a verb sullied is

(sully).

Obscure vs Sullied - What's the difference?

obscure | sullied | Related terms |

Obscure is a related term of sullied.


As adjectives the difference between obscure and sullied

is that obscure is dark, faint or indistinct while sullied is defiled or tainted, soiled or stained.

As verbs the difference between obscure and sullied

is that obscure is (label) to render obscure; to darken; to make dim; to keep in the dark; to hide; to make less visible, intelligible, legible, glorious, beautiful, or illustrious while sullied is (sully).

Sullied vs Unwholesome - What's the difference?

sullied | unwholesome | Related terms |

Sullied is a related term of unwholesome.


As adjectives the difference between sullied and unwholesome

is that sullied is defiled or tainted, soiled or stained while unwholesome is not wholesome; unfavorable to health; insalubrious; unhealthy; as, unwholesome air; unwholesome food.

As a verb sullied

is (sully).

Dusky vs Sullied - What's the difference?

dusky | sullied | Related terms |

Dusky is a related term of sullied.


As adjectives the difference between dusky and sullied

is that dusky is dimly lit, as at dusk (evening) while sullied is defiled or tainted, soiled or stained.

As a noun dusky

is a dusky shark.

As a verb sullied is

(sully).

Muddied vs Sullied - What's the difference?

muddied | sullied | Related terms |

Muddied is a related term of sullied.


As adjectives the difference between muddied and sullied

is that muddied is made dirty with mud while sullied is defiled or tainted, soiled or stained.

As verbs the difference between muddied and sullied

is that muddied is (muddy) while sullied is (sully).

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