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Shiny vs Vivid - What's the difference?

shiny | vivid | Related terms |

Shiny is a related term of vivid.


As adjectives the difference between shiny and vivid

is that shiny is reflecting light while vivid is (of perception) clear, detailed or powerful.

As nouns the difference between shiny and vivid

is that shiny is (informal) anything shiny; a trinket while vivid is (new zealand) a felt-tipped permanent marker.

Living vs Vivid - What's the difference?

living | vivid |


As adjectives the difference between living and vivid

is that living is having life while vivid is (of perception) clear, detailed or powerful.

As nouns the difference between living and vivid

is that living is (uncountable) the state of being alive while vivid is (new zealand) a felt-tipped permanent marker.

As a verb living

is .

Vivid vs Luminous - What's the difference?

vivid | luminous | Related terms |

Vivid is a related term of luminous.


As adjectives the difference between vivid and luminous

is that vivid is (of perception) clear, detailed or powerful while luminous is emitting light; glowing brightly.

As a noun vivid

is (new zealand) a felt-tipped permanent marker.

Smart vs Vivid - What's the difference?

smart | vivid | Related terms |

Smart is a related term of vivid.


As a proper noun smart

is .

As a noun vivid is

(new zealand) a felt-tipped permanent marker.

As an adjective vivid is

(of perception) clear, detailed or powerful.

Vivid vs Likely - What's the difference?

vivid | likely |


As nouns the difference between vivid and likely

is that vivid is (new zealand) a felt-tipped permanent marker while likely is something or somebody considered likely.

As adjectives the difference between vivid and likely

is that vivid is (of perception) clear, detailed or powerful while likely is probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring.

As an adverb likely is

(obsolete) similarly.

Vivid vs Pertinent - What's the difference?

vivid | pertinent |


As adjectives the difference between vivid and pertinent

is that vivid is (of perception) clear, detailed or powerful while pertinent is important with regard to (a subject or matter); relevant.

As a noun vivid

is (new zealand) a felt-tipped permanent marker.

Vivid vs Facade - What's the difference?

vivid | facade |


As nouns the difference between vivid and facade

is that vivid is (new zealand) a felt-tipped permanent marker while facade is (lb) the face of a building, especially the front view or elevation.

As an adjective vivid

is (of perception) clear, detailed or powerful.

Vivid vs Football - What's the difference?

vivid | football |


As nouns the difference between vivid and football

is that vivid is (new zealand) a felt-tipped permanent marker while football is the kind of ball used in american football.

As an adjective vivid

is (of perception) clear, detailed or powerful.

Vivid vs Realistic - What's the difference?

vivid | realistic |


As adjectives the difference between vivid and realistic

is that vivid is (of perception) clear, detailed or powerful while realistic is expressed or represented as being accurate.

As a noun vivid

is (new zealand) a felt-tipped permanent marker.

Vivid vs Picturesque - What's the difference?

vivid | picturesque |


As adjectives the difference between vivid and picturesque

is that vivid is (of perception) clear, detailed or powerful while picturesque is resembling or worthy of a picture or painting; having the qualities of a picture or painting scenic.

As a noun vivid

is (new zealand) a felt-tipped permanent marker.

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