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Verbose vs Pithy - What's the difference?

verbose | pithy |


As adjectives the difference between verbose and pithy

is that verbose is abounding in words, containing more words than necessary long winded, or windy while pithy is concise and meaningful.

Verbose vs Long - What's the difference?

verbose | long |


As an adjective verbose

is abounding in words, containing more words than necessary long winded, or windy.

As a noun long is

hair; fur; coat.

Verbose vs Copious - What's the difference?

verbose | copious | Related terms |

Verbose is a related term of copious.


As adjectives the difference between verbose and copious

is that verbose is abounding in words, containing more words than necessary long winded, or windy while copious is great in quantity or number, profuse, abundant; taking place on a large scale.

Verbose vs Wide - What's the difference?

verbose | wide | Related terms |

Verbose is a related term of wide.


In computing|lang=en terms the difference between verbose and wide

is that verbose is (computing) producing unusually detailed output for diagnostic purposes while wide is (computing) of or supporting a greater range of text characters than can fit into the traditional representation.

As adjectives the difference between verbose and wide

is that verbose is abounding in words, containing more words than necessary long winded, or windy while wide is having a large physical extent from side to side.

As an adverb wide is

extensively.

As a noun wide is

(cricket) a ball that passes so far from the batsman that the umpire deems it unplayable; the arm signal used by an umpire to signal a wide; the extra run added to the batting side's score.

Verbose vs Full - What's the difference?

verbose | full | Related terms |

Verbose is a related term of full.


As adjectives the difference between verbose and full

is that verbose is abounding in words, containing more words than necessary long winded, or windy while full is foul, rotten.

Padded vs Verbose - What's the difference?

padded | verbose | Related terms |

Padded is a related term of verbose.


As adjectives the difference between padded and verbose

is that padded is having padding while verbose is abounding in words, containing more words than necessary long winded, or windy.

As a verb padded

is (pad).

Verbose vs Nagging - What's the difference?

verbose | nagging |


As adjectives the difference between verbose and nagging

is that verbose is abounding in words, containing more words than necessary long winded, or windy while nagging is causing persistent mild pain, or annoyance.

As a verb nagging is

.

As a noun nagging is

the action of the verb nag .

Invective vs Verbose - What's the difference?

invective | verbose |


As a verb invective

is .

As an adjective verbose is

abounding in words, containing more words than necessary long winded, or windy.

Wikidiffcom vs Verbose - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | verbose |


As an adjective verbose is

abounding in words, containing more words than necessary long winded, or windy.

Verbose vs Floweryword - What's the difference?

verbose | floweryword |

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