surly

Sinister vs Surly - What's the difference?

sinister | surly |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between sinister and surly

is that sinister is (obsolete) wrong, as springing from indirection or obliquity; perverse; dishonest while surly is (obsolete) in an arrogant or supercilious manner.

As adjectives the difference between sinister and surly

is that sinister is inauspicious]], ominous, unlucky, illegitimate (as in [[w:bar sinister|bar sinister ) while surly is (obsolete) lordly, arrogant, supercilious.

As an adverb surly is

(obsolete) in an arrogant or supercilious manner.

Surly vs Abrupt - What's the difference?

surly | abrupt |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between surly and abrupt

is that surly is (obsolete) in an arrogant or supercilious manner while abrupt is (obsolete) broken off .

As adjectives the difference between surly and abrupt

is that surly is (obsolete) lordly, arrogant, supercilious while abrupt is (obsolete|rare) broken away (from restraint)
.

As an adverb surly

is (obsolete) in an arrogant or supercilious manner.

As a verb abrupt is

(archaic) to tear off or asunder .

As a noun abrupt is

(poetic) something which is ; an abyss .

Surly vs Irritated - What's the difference?

surly | irritated |


As adjectives the difference between surly and irritated

is that surly is (obsolete) lordly, arrogant, supercilious while irritated is experiencing a feeling of irritation.

As an adverb surly

is (obsolete) in an arrogant or supercilious manner.

As a verb irritated is

(irritate).

Surly vs Actually - What's the difference?

surly | actually |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between surly and actually

is that surly is (obsolete) in an arrogant or supercilious manner while actually is (obsolete) actively.

As adverbs the difference between surly and actually

is that surly is (obsolete) in an arrogant or supercilious manner while actually is (modal) in act or in fact; really; in truth; positively.

As an adjective surly

is (obsolete) lordly, arrogant, supercilious.

Surly vs Brutish - What's the difference?

surly | brutish |


As adjectives the difference between surly and brutish

is that surly is (obsolete) lordly, arrogant, supercilious while brutish is of, or in the manner of a brute.

As an adverb surly

is (obsolete) in an arrogant or supercilious manner.

Shapeless vs Surly - What's the difference?

shapeless | surly | Related terms |

Shapeless is a related term of surly.


As adjectives the difference between shapeless and surly

is that shapeless is without shape while surly is (obsolete) lordly, arrogant, supercilious.

As an adverb surly is

(obsolete) in an arrogant or supercilious manner.

Insolent vs Surly - What's the difference?

insolent | surly | Related terms |

Insolent is a related term of surly.


As adjectives the difference between insolent and surly

is that insolent is insulting in manner or words while surly is (obsolete) lordly, arrogant, supercilious.

As an adverb surly is

(obsolete) in an arrogant or supercilious manner.

Surly vs Currish - What's the difference?

surly | currish | Related terms |

Surly is a related term of currish.


As adjectives the difference between surly and currish

is that surly is (obsolete) lordly, arrogant, supercilious while currish is pertaining to a cur or mongrel.

As an adverb surly

is (obsolete) in an arrogant or supercilious manner.

Surly vs Malicious - What's the difference?

surly | malicious | Related terms |

Surly is a related term of malicious.


As adjectives the difference between surly and malicious

is that surly is (obsolete) lordly, arrogant, supercilious while malicious is of, pertaining to, or as a result of malice or spite.

As an adverb surly

is (obsolete) in an arrogant or supercilious manner.

Clownish vs Surly - What's the difference?

clownish | surly | Related terms |

Clownish is a related term of surly.


As adjectives the difference between clownish and surly

is that clownish is pertaining to peasants; rustic while surly is (obsolete) lordly, arrogant, supercilious.

As an adverb surly is

(obsolete) in an arrogant or supercilious manner.

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