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Gaudy vs Swank - What's the difference?

gaudy | swank |


As adjectives the difference between gaudy and swank

is that gaudy is very showy or ornamented, now especially when excessive, or in a tasteless or vulgar manner while swank is (dated) fashionably elegant.

As nouns the difference between gaudy and swank

is that gaudy is one of the large beads in the rosary at which the paternoster is recited or gaudy can be a reunion held by one of the colleges of the university of oxford for alumni, normally held during the summer vacations while swank is a fashionably elegant person.

As a verb swank is

to swagger, to show off.

Stylish vs Swank - What's the difference?

stylish | swank |


As adjectives the difference between stylish and swank

is that stylish is having elegance or taste or refinement in manners or dress while swank is (dated) fashionably elegant.

As a noun swank is

a fashionably elegant person.

As a verb swank is

to swagger, to show off.

Dapper vs Swank - What's the difference?

dapper | swank |


As adjectives the difference between dapper and swank

is that dapper is neat, trim while swank is (dated) fashionably elegant.

As a noun swank is

a fashionably elegant person.

As a verb swank is

to swagger, to show off.

Chic vs Swank - What's the difference?

chic | swank |


As nouns the difference between chic and swank

is that chic is while swank is a fashionably elegant person.

As an adjective swank is

(dated) fashionably elegant.

As a verb swank is

to swagger, to show off.

Swank vs Ostentatious - What's the difference?

swank | ostentatious |


As adjectives the difference between swank and ostentatious

is that swank is (dated) fashionably elegant while ostentatious is of ostentation.

As a noun swank

is a fashionably elegant person.

As a verb swank

is to swagger, to show off.

Swank vs Florid - What's the difference?

swank | florid |


As adjectives the difference between swank and florid

is that swank is (dated) fashionably elegant while florid is having a rosy or pale red colour; ruddy.

As a noun swank

is a fashionably elegant person.

As a verb swank

is to swagger, to show off.

Swank vs Exclusory - What's the difference?

swank | exclusory |


As adjectives the difference between swank and exclusory

is that swank is (dated) fashionably elegant while exclusory is having the power or the function of excluding.

As a noun swank

is a fashionably elegant person.

As a verb swank

is to swagger, to show off.

Fancy vs Swank - What's the difference?

fancy | swank |


In dated|lang=en terms the difference between fancy and swank

is that fancy is (dated) to imagine, suppose while swank is (dated) fashionably elegant.

As nouns the difference between fancy and swank

is that fancy is the imagination while swank is a fashionably elegant person.

As adjectives the difference between fancy and swank

is that fancy is decorative while swank is (dated) fashionably elegant.

As verbs the difference between fancy and swank

is that fancy is (formal) to appreciate without jealousy or greed while swank is to swagger, to show off.

Brag vs Swank - What's the difference?

brag | swank |


As verbs the difference between brag and swank

is that brag is to boast; to talk with excessive pride about what one has, can do, or has done while swank is to swagger, to show off.

As nouns the difference between brag and swank

is that brag is a boast or boasting; bragging; ostentatious pretence or self-glorification while swank is a fashionably elegant person.

As adjectives the difference between brag and swank

is that brag is first-rate while swank is (dated) fashionably elegant.

As an adverb brag

is (obsolete) proudly; boastfully.

Swank vs Swag - What's the difference?

swank | swag |


As nouns the difference between swank and swag

is that swank is a fashionably elegant person while swag is scientific/speculative/sophisticated/stupid wild-ass or swag can be .

As an adjective swank

is (dated) fashionably elegant.

As a verb swank

is to swagger, to show off.

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