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Unprofitable vs Disappointing - What's the difference?

unprofitable | disappointing | Related terms |

Unprofitable is a related term of disappointing.


As adjectives the difference between unprofitable and disappointing

is that unprofitable is not making a profit while disappointing is that disappoints or disappoint.

As a verb disappointing is

.

Unprofitable vs Inadvisable - What's the difference?

unprofitable | inadvisable | Related terms |

Unprofitable is a related term of inadvisable.


As adjectives the difference between unprofitable and inadvisable

is that unprofitable is not making a profit while inadvisable is unwise; not recommended; not prudent; not to be advised.

Unoccupied vs Unprofitable - What's the difference?

unoccupied | unprofitable | Related terms |

Unoccupied is a related term of unprofitable.


As adjectives the difference between unoccupied and unprofitable

is that unoccupied is (of a house etc) not inhabited, especially by a tenant while unprofitable is not making a profit.

Unprofit vs Unprofitable - What's the difference?

unprofit | unprofitable |


As a noun unprofit

is (obsolete) lack of profit; unprofitableness.

As an adjective unprofitable is

not making a profit.

Lucrative vs Unprofitable - What's the difference?

lucrative | unprofitable |


As adjectives the difference between lucrative and unprofitable

is that lucrative is producing a surplus; profitable while unprofitable is not making a profit.

Hollow vs Unprofitable - What's the difference?

hollow | unprofitable | Synonyms |

Hollow is a synonym of unprofitable.


As adjectives the difference between hollow and unprofitable

is that hollow is (of something solid) having an empty space or cavity inside while unprofitable is not making a profit.

As an adverb hollow

is (colloquial) completely, as part of the phrase beat hollow or beat all hollow.

As a noun hollow

is a small valley between mountains; a low spot surrounded by elevations.

As a verb hollow

is to make a hole in something; to excavate (transitive) or hollow can be to urge or call by shouting; to hollo.

As an interjection hollow

is .

Slothful vs Unprofitable - What's the difference?

slothful | unprofitable | Related terms |

Slothful is a related term of unprofitable.


As adjectives the difference between slothful and unprofitable

is that slothful is lazy; inactive; sluggish; indolent; idle; tending to sloth while unprofitable is not making a profit.

Unwise vs Unprofitable - What's the difference?

unwise | unprofitable | Related terms |

Unwise is a related term of unprofitable.


As adjectives the difference between unwise and unprofitable

is that unwise is not wise; defective in wisdom; injudicious; indiscreet; foolish while unprofitable is not making a profit.

Vacant vs Unprofitable - What's the difference?

vacant | unprofitable | Related terms |

Vacant is a related term of unprofitable.


As adjectives the difference between vacant and unprofitable

is that vacant is not occupied; empty while unprofitable is not making a profit.

Indiscreet vs Unprofitable - What's the difference?

indiscreet | unprofitable | Related terms |

Indiscreet is a related term of unprofitable.


As adjectives the difference between indiscreet and unprofitable

is that indiscreet is not discreet; wanting in discretion while unprofitable is not making a profit.

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