vicious

Vicious vs Brutish - What's the difference?

vicious | brutish | Related terms |

Vicious is a related term of brutish.


As adjectives the difference between vicious and brutish

is that vicious is pertaining to vice; characterised by immorality or depravity while brutish is of, or in the manner of a brute.

Wanton vs Vicious - What's the difference?

wanton | vicious | Related terms |

Wanton is a related term of vicious.


As adjectives the difference between wanton and vicious

is that wanton is (obsolete) undisciplined, unruly; not able to be controlled while vicious is pertaining to vice; characterised by immorality or depravity.

As a noun wanton

is a pampered or coddled person.

As a verb wanton

is to rove and ramble without restraint, rule, or limit; to revel; to play loosely; to frolic.

Tumultuous vs Vicious - What's the difference?

tumultuous | vicious | Related terms |

Tumultuous is a related term of vicious.


As adjectives the difference between tumultuous and vicious

is that tumultuous is noisy and disorderly while vicious is pertaining to vice; characterised by immorality or depravity.

Vicious vs Rakish - What's the difference?

vicious | rakish | Related terms |

Vicious is a related term of rakish.


As adjectives the difference between vicious and rakish

is that vicious is pertaining to vice; characterised by immorality or depravity while rakish is dashingly, carelessly, or sportingly unconventional or stylish; jaunty; characterized by a devil-may-care unconventionality; having a somewhat disreputable quality or appearance.

Mutable vs Vicious - What's the difference?

mutable | vicious | Related terms |

Mutable is a related term of vicious.


As adjectives the difference between mutable and vicious

is that mutable is changeable; inclined to mutate while vicious is pertaining to vice; characterised by immorality or depravity.

Dissolute vs Vicious - What's the difference?

dissolute | vicious | Related terms |

Dissolute is a related term of vicious.


As adjectives the difference between dissolute and vicious

is that dissolute is unrestrained by morality while vicious is pertaining to vice; characterised by immorality or depravity.

Despicable vs Vicious - What's the difference?

despicable | vicious | Related terms |

Despicable is a related term of vicious.


As adjectives the difference between despicable and vicious

is that despicable is fit or deserving to be despised; contemptible; mean; vile; worthless while vicious is pertaining to vice; characterised by immorality or depravity.

Antagonistic vs Vicious - What's the difference?

antagonistic | vicious | Related terms |

Antagonistic is a related term of vicious.


As adjectives the difference between antagonistic and vicious

is that antagonistic is contending or acting against; as, antagonistic forces while vicious is pertaining to vice; characterised by immorality or depravity.

Intemperate vs Vicious - What's the difference?

intemperate | vicious | Related terms |

Intemperate is a related term of vicious.


As adjectives the difference between intemperate and vicious

is that intemperate is lacking moderation, temper or control while vicious is pertaining to vice; characterised by immorality or depravity.

As a verb intemperate

is (obsolete|transitive) to disorder.

Envious vs Vicious - What's the difference?

envious | vicious |


As adjectives the difference between envious and vicious

is that envious is feeling or exhibiting envy; jealously desiring the excellence or good fortune of another; maliciously grudging while vicious is pertaining to vice; characterised by immorality or depravity.

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