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Precipitate vs Winged - What's the difference?

precipitate | winged | Related terms |

Precipitate is a related term of winged.


As adjectives the difference between precipitate and winged

is that precipitate is headlong; falling steeply or vertically while winged is (poetic).

As a verb precipitate

is to make something happen suddenly and quickly; hasten.

As a noun precipitate

is a product resulting from a process, event, or course of action.

Winged vs Sprightly - What's the difference?

winged | sprightly | Related terms |

Winged is a related term of sprightly.


As adjectives the difference between winged and sprightly

is that winged is (poetic) while sprightly is animated, vivacious or gay; lively.

As an adverb sprightly is

in a lively and vigorous way.

Swift vs Winged - What's the difference?

swift | winged | Related terms |

Swift is a related term of winged.


As an initialism swift

is society for worldwide interbank financial telecommunication.

As an adjective winged is

(poetic).

Winged vs Frisky - What's the difference?

winged | frisky | Related terms |

Winged is a related term of frisky.


As adjectives the difference between winged and frisky

is that winged is (poetic) while frisky is playful; energetic; lively; enthusiastic.

Hasty vs Winged - What's the difference?

hasty | winged | Related terms |

Hasty is a related term of winged.


As adjectives the difference between hasty and winged

is that hasty is acting in haste; being too hurried or quick (eg without much thinking about it they made a hasty decision to buy it ) while winged is (poetic).

Winged vs Animated - What's the difference?

winged | animated | Related terms |

Winged is a related term of animated.


As adjectives the difference between winged and animated

is that winged is (poetic) while animated is endowed with life; full of life or spirit; indicating animation; lively; vigorous.

As a verb animated is

(animate).

Quick vs Winged - What's the difference?

quick | winged | Synonyms |

Quick is a synonym of winged.


As adjectives the difference between quick and winged

is that quick is moving with speed, rapidity or swiftness, or capable of doing so; rapid; fast while winged is (poetic).

As an adverb quick

is (colloquial) with speed, quickly.

As a noun quick

is raw or sensitive flesh, especially that underneath finger and toe nails.

As a verb quick

is to amalgamate surfaces prior to gilding or silvering by dipping them into a solution of mercury in nitric acid.

Winged vs Vivacious - What's the difference?

winged | vivacious | Related terms |

Winged is a related term of vivacious.


As adjectives the difference between winged and vivacious

is that winged is (poetic) while vivacious is lively and animated; full of life and energy.

Hurried vs Winged - What's the difference?

hurried | winged | Related terms |

Hurried is a related term of winged.


As adjectives the difference between hurried and winged

is that hurried is  done in a hurry; rushed while winged is (poetic).

As a verb hurried

is (hurry).

Winged vs Nimble - What's the difference?

winged | nimble | Related terms |

Winged is a related term of nimble.


As adjectives the difference between winged and nimble

is that winged is (poetic) while nimble is quick and light in movement or action.

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