unstructured

Amorphous vs Unstructured - What's the difference?

amorphous | unstructured |


As adjectives the difference between amorphous and unstructured

is that amorphous is lacking a definite form or clear shape while unstructured is lacking structure.

Structureless vs Unstructured - What's the difference?

structureless | unstructured |


As adjectives the difference between structureless and unstructured

is that structureless is lacking structure while unstructured is lacking structure.

Unstructured - What does it mean?

unstructured | |

Illstructured vs Unstructured - What's the difference?

illstructured | unstructured |


As an adjective unstructured is

lacking structure.

Unstructured vs Unstructuredness - What's the difference?

unstructured | unstructuredness |


As an adjective unstructured

is lacking structure.

As a noun unstructuredness is

the state or condition of being unstructured; lack of structure.

Structured vs Unstructured - What's the difference?

structured | unstructured |


As adjectives the difference between structured and unstructured

is that structured is having structure; organized while unstructured is lacking structure.

As a verb structured

is (structure).

Structure vs Unstructured - What's the difference?

structure | unstructured |


As a noun structure

is a cohesive whole built up of distinct parts.

As a verb structure

is to give structure to; to arrange.

As an adjective unstructured is

lacking structure.

Unstructured vs Floryshe - What's the difference?

unstructured | floryshe |


As an adjective unstructured

is lacking structure.

As a noun floryshe is

(martial arts) in the , an unstructured practice routine of guard transitions, cuts, thrusts, slices and parries with appropriate footwork; an expression of techniques already learned in an original way.

Unstructured vs Epigenesis - What's the difference?

unstructured | epigenesis |


As a adjective unstructured

is lacking structure.

As a noun epigenesis is

(biology) the theory that an organism develops by differentiation from an unstructured egg rather than by simple enlarging of something preformed.