undead

Undead vs Unliving - What's the difference?

undead | unliving |


As adjectives the difference between undead and unliving

is that undead is pertaining to a corpse, though having qualities of life while unliving is not living; unalive, dead, inanimate.

As a noun undead

is those creatures which are dead yet still moving.

Undead vs Spirit - What's the difference?

undead | spirit |


As nouns the difference between undead and spirit

is that undead is those creatures which are dead yet still moving while spirit is spirit (alcohol).

As an adjective undead

is pertaining to a corpse, though having qualities of life.

Undead vs Ghost - What's the difference?

undead | ghost |


As nouns the difference between undead and ghost

is that undead is those creatures which are dead yet still moving while ghost is (rare) the spirit; the soul of man.

As an adjective undead

is pertaining to a corpse, though having qualities of life.

As a verb ghost is

(obsolete|transitive) to haunt; to appear to in the form of an apparition.

Undeadly vs Undead - What's the difference?

undeadly | undead |


As adjectives the difference between undeadly and undead

is that undeadly is not subject to death; immortal or undeadly can be not deadly; not causing, producing, or resulting in death; harmless while undead is pertaining to a corpse, though having qualities of life.

As an adverb undeadly

is immortally; eternally.

As a noun undead is

those creatures which are dead yet still moving.

Living vs Undead - What's the difference?

living | undead |


As adjectives the difference between living and undead

is that living is having life while undead is pertaining to a corpse, though having qualities of life.

As nouns the difference between living and undead

is that living is (uncountable) the state of being alive while undead is those creatures which are dead yet still moving.

As a verb living

is .

Undead vs Immortal - What's the difference?

undead | immortal |


As adjectives the difference between undead and immortal

is that undead is pertaining to a corpse, though having qualities of life while immortal is not susceptible to death; living forever; never dying.

As nouns the difference between undead and immortal

is that undead is those creatures which are dead yet still moving while immortal is one who is not susceptible to death.

Halfdead vs Undead - What's the difference?

halfdead | undead |


As adjectives the difference between halfdead and undead

is that halfdead is halfway dead; partially alive while undead is pertaining to a corpse, though having qualities of life.

As an adverb halfdead

is in a half-dead or partially alive manner.

As a noun undead is

those creatures which are dead yet still moving.

Undread vs Undead - What's the difference?

undread | undead |


As nouns the difference between undread and undead

is that undread is lack or want of dread; dreadlessness while undead is those creatures which are dead yet still moving.

As an adjective undead is

pertaining to a corpse, though having qualities of life.

Unread vs Undead - What's the difference?

unread | undead |


As nouns the difference between unread and undead

is that unread is (archaic) bad advice or counsel while undead is those creatures which are dead yet still moving.

As adjectives the difference between unread and undead

is that unread is not having been read while undead is pertaining to a corpse, though having qualities of life.

Undead vs Unhead - What's the difference?

undead | unhead |


As an adjective undead

is pertaining to a corpse, though having qualities of life.

As a noun undead

is those creatures which are dead yet still moving.

As a verb unhead is

to remove the lid from (a barrel or cask).

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