treacherous

Flourishing vs Treacherous - What's the difference?

flourishing | treacherous |


As a verb flourishing

is .

As a noun flourishing

is the action of the verb (flourish); flowering.

As an adjective treacherous is

exhibiting treachery.

Slushy vs Treacherous - What's the difference?

slushy | treacherous |


As adjectives the difference between slushy and treacherous

is that slushy is covered in slush while treacherous is exhibiting treachery.

As a noun slushy

is a slushie (a flavoured frozen drink made with ice crystals).

Misleading vs Treacherous - What's the difference?

misleading | treacherous |


As adjectives the difference between misleading and treacherous

is that misleading is deceptive or tending to mislead or create a false impression while treacherous is exhibiting treachery.

As a verb misleading

is .

As a noun misleading

is a deception that misleads.

Elusive vs Treacherous - What's the difference?

elusive | treacherous |


As adjectives the difference between elusive and treacherous

is that elusive is while treacherous is exhibiting treachery.

Scatheless vs Treacherous - What's the difference?

scatheless | treacherous |


As adjectives the difference between scatheless and treacherous

is that scatheless is without scathe or harm; without mischief, injury, or damage; unharmed while treacherous is exhibiting treachery.

Treacherous vs Knowing - What's the difference?

treacherous | knowing |


As adjectives the difference between treacherous and knowing

is that treacherous is exhibiting treachery while knowing is possessing knowledge or understanding; intelligent.

As a verb knowing is

.

As a noun knowing is

the act or condition of having knowledge.

Treacherous vs Wicked - What's the difference?

treacherous | wicked |


As adjectives the difference between treacherous and wicked

is that treacherous is exhibiting treachery while wicked is evil or mischievous by nature or wicked can be having a wick.

As an adverb wicked is

(slang|new england|british) very, extremely.

As a noun wicked is

people who are wickedoxford dictionary [http://wwwoxfordadvancedlearnersdictionarycom/dictionary/wicked_2].

As a verb wicked is

(wick).

Deceiving vs Treacherous - What's the difference?

deceiving | treacherous | Related terms |

Deceiving is a related term of treacherous.


As a verb deceiving

is .

As a noun deceiving

is deception.

As an adjective treacherous is

exhibiting treachery.

Hazardous vs Treacherous - What's the difference?

hazardous | treacherous |


As adjectives the difference between hazardous and treacherous

is that hazardous is risky, dangerous, with the nature of a hazard while treacherous is exhibiting treachery.

Empty vs Treacherous - What's the difference?

empty | treacherous | Related terms |

Empty is a related term of treacherous.


As adjectives the difference between empty and treacherous

is that empty is devoid of content; containing nothing or nobody; vacant while treacherous is exhibiting treachery.

As a verb empty

is (ergative) to make empty; to void; to remove the contents of.

As a noun empty

is a container, especially a bottle, whose contents have been used up, leaving it empty .

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