venerable

Venerable vs Saint - What's the difference?

venerable | saint |


As an adjective venerable

is used as a form of address for an archdeacon in the anglican church.

As a noun saint is

a title given to a saint, often prefixed to the person's name.

Venerable vs Susceptible - What's the difference?

venerable | susceptible |


As adjectives the difference between venerable and susceptible

is that venerable is used as a form of address for an archdeacon in the anglican church while susceptible is likely to be affected by something.

As a noun susceptible is

(epidemiology) a person who is vulnerable to being infected by a certain disease.

Valuable vs Venerable - What's the difference?

valuable | venerable |


As adjectives the difference between valuable and venerable

is that valuable is having a great value while venerable is used as a form of address for an archdeacon in the anglican church.

As a noun valuable

is a personal possession such as jewellery, of relatively great monetary value; — usually used in plural form.

Venerable vs Deferential - What's the difference?

venerable | deferential |


As adjectives the difference between venerable and deferential

is that venerable is used as a form of address for an archdeacon in the anglican church while deferential is respectful and considerate; showing deference.

Broken-down vs Venerable - What's the difference?

broken-down | venerable | Related terms |

Broken-down is a related term of venerable.


As adjectives the difference between broken-down and venerable

is that broken-down is which has broken down and, as a result, is no longer in working order while venerable is used as a form of address for an archdeacon in the anglican church.

Venerable vs Reversed - What's the difference?

venerable | reversed |


As an adjective venerable

is used as a form of address for an archdeacon in the anglican church.

As a verb reversed is

(reverse).

Worn vs Venerable - What's the difference?

worn | venerable | Related terms |

Worn is a related term of venerable.


As adjectives the difference between worn and venerable

is that worn is damaged and shabby as a result of much use while venerable is used as a form of address for an archdeacon in the anglican church.

As a verb worn

is .

Dilapidated vs Venerable - What's the difference?

dilapidated | venerable | Related terms |

Dilapidated is a related term of venerable.


As adjectives the difference between dilapidated and venerable

is that dilapidated is having fallen into a state of disrepair or deterioration, especially through neglect while venerable is used as a form of address for an archdeacon in the anglican church.

As a verb dilapidated

is .

Terrific vs Venerable - What's the difference?

terrific | venerable | Related terms |

Terrific is a related term of venerable.


As adjectives the difference between terrific and venerable

is that terrific is (colloquial) frighteningly good while venerable is used as a form of address for an archdeacon in the anglican church.

Venerable vs Extinct - What's the difference?

venerable | extinct | Related terms |

Venerable is a related term of extinct.


As adjectives the difference between venerable and extinct

is that venerable is used as a form of address for an archdeacon in the anglican church while extinct is (dated) extinguished, no longer alight (of fire, candles etc).

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