terse

Brusk vs Terse - What's the difference?

brusk | terse |


As an adjective brusk

is brusque.

As a verb terse is

.

Circumspect vs Terse - What's the difference?

circumspect | terse |


As an adjective circumspect

is carefully aware of all circumstances; considerate of all that is pertinent.

As a verb terse is

.

Brisk vs Terse - What's the difference?

brisk | terse | Related terms |

Brisk is a related term of terse.


As verbs the difference between brisk and terse

is that brisk is to make or become lively; to enliven; to animate while terse is .

As an adjective brisk

is full of liveliness and activity; characterized by quickness of motion or action; lively; spirited; quick.

Terse vs Crusty - What's the difference?

terse | crusty | Related terms |

Terse is a related term of crusty.


As a verb terse

is .

As an adjective crusty is

pertaining to or having a crust, as, for example, in the case of bread.

As a noun crusty is

(chiefly|british) a tramp or homeless young person with poor cleanliness.

Terse vs Tacit - What's the difference?

terse | tacit |


As a verb terse

is .

As an adjective tacit is

expressed in silence; implied, but not made explicit; silent.

Terse vs Terse - What's the difference?

terse | terse | Related terms |

Terse is a related term of terse.


In past participle of|terser|lang=fr|sort=terse terms the difference between terse and terse

is that terse is while terse is .

As verbs the difference between terse and terse

is that terse is while terse is .

Terse vs Null - What's the difference?

terse | null |


As a verb terse

is .

As a noun null is

zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

Terse vs Transistory - What's the difference?

terse | transistory | Related terms |

Terse is a related term of transistory.

Terse vs Abridged - What's the difference?

terse | abridged | Related terms |

Terse is a related term of abridged.


As verbs the difference between terse and abridged

is that terse is while abridged is (abridge).

As an adjective abridged is

cut or shortened, especially of a literary work.

Wikidiffcom vs Terse - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | terse |


As a verb terse is

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