turbulent

Turbulent vs Frenzy - What's the difference?

turbulent | frenzy |


As adjectives the difference between turbulent and frenzy

is that turbulent is violently disturbed or agitated; tempestuous, tumultuous while frenzy is (obsolete) mad; frantic.

As a noun frenzy is

a state of wild activity or panic.

As a verb frenzy is

(uncommon) to render frantic.

Turbulent vs Nervous - What's the difference?

turbulent | nervous |


As adjectives the difference between turbulent and nervous

is that turbulent is violently disturbed or agitated; tempestuous, tumultuous while nervous is (obscure) of a piece of writing: forceful, powerful.

Raw vs Turbulent - What's the difference?

raw | turbulent | Related terms |

Raw is a related term of turbulent.


As an abbreviation raw

is (games) the rules as written: the actual rules appearing in the rulebook, as opposed to house rules, or as opposed to the rules that might have been intended (in the event of a mistake in the rulebook).

As an adjective turbulent is

violently disturbed or agitated; tempestuous, tumultuous.

Insolent vs Turbulent - What's the difference?

insolent | turbulent | Related terms |

Insolent is a related term of turbulent.


As adjectives the difference between insolent and turbulent

is that insolent is insulting in manner or words while turbulent is violently disturbed or agitated; tempestuous, tumultuous.

Clamorous vs Turbulent - What's the difference?

clamorous | turbulent | Related terms |

Clamorous is a related term of turbulent.


As adjectives the difference between clamorous and turbulent

is that clamorous is of or pertaining to clamor while turbulent is violently disturbed or agitated; tempestuous, tumultuous.

Vociferous vs Turbulent - What's the difference?

vociferous | turbulent | Related terms |

Vociferous is a related term of turbulent.


As adjectives the difference between vociferous and turbulent

is that vociferous is making or characterized by a noisy outcry; clamorous while turbulent is violently disturbed or agitated; tempestuous, tumultuous.

Inelegant vs Turbulent - What's the difference?

inelegant | turbulent | Related terms |

Inelegant is a related term of turbulent.


As adjectives the difference between inelegant and turbulent

is that inelegant is inelegant (not elegant) while turbulent is violently disturbed or agitated; tempestuous, tumultuous.

Tumulous vs Turbulent - What's the difference?

tumulous | turbulent |


As adjectives the difference between tumulous and turbulent

is that tumulous is full of small hills or mounds; hilly; tumulose while turbulent is violently disturbed or agitated; tempestuous, tumultuous.

Untaught vs Turbulent - What's the difference?

untaught | turbulent | Related terms |

Untaught is a related term of turbulent.


As adjectives the difference between untaught and turbulent

is that untaught is not taught while turbulent is violently disturbed or agitated; tempestuous, tumultuous.

Saucy vs Turbulent - What's the difference?

saucy | turbulent | Related terms |

Saucy is a related term of turbulent.


As adjectives the difference between saucy and turbulent

is that saucy is similar to sauce; having the consistency or texture of sauce while turbulent is violently disturbed or agitated; tempestuous, tumultuous.

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