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Shameful vs Worst - What's the difference?

shameful | worst |


As adjectives the difference between shameful and worst

is that shameful is causing or meriting shame or disgrace; disgraceful while worst is (bad).

As a noun worst is

something or someone that is the worst.

As an adverb worst is

in the worst way: most badly, most ill.

As a verb worst is

(archaic|transitive) to make worse.

Worst vs Awful - What's the difference?

worst | awful |


As adjectives the difference between worst and awful

is that worst is (bad) while awful is oppressing with fear or horror; appalling, terrible.

As adverbs the difference between worst and awful

is that worst is in the worst way: most badly, most ill while awful is (colloquial) very, extremely; as, an awful big house.

As a noun worst

is something or someone that is the worst.

As a verb worst

is (archaic|transitive) to make worse.

Worst vs Wore - What's the difference?

worst | wore |


As an adjective worst

is (bad).

As a noun worst

is something or someone that is the worst.

As an adverb worst

is in the worst way: most badly, most ill.

As a verb worst

is (archaic|transitive) to make worse.

Worst vs Worsed - What's the difference?

worst | worsed |


As verbs the difference between worst and worsed

is that worst is (archaic|transitive) to make worse while worsed is (worse).

As an adjective worst

is (bad).

As a noun worst

is something or someone that is the worst.

As an adverb worst

is in the worst way: most badly, most ill.

Worst vs Miserable - What's the difference?

worst | miserable |


As adjectives the difference between worst and miserable

is that worst is (bad) while miserable is destitute, impoverished.

As nouns the difference between worst and miserable

is that worst is something or someone that is the worst while miserable is wretch, scoundrel.

As an adverb worst

is in the worst way: most badly, most ill.

As a verb worst

is (archaic|transitive) to make worse.

Worst vs Worsening - What's the difference?

worst | worsening |


As nouns the difference between worst and worsening

is that worst is something or someone that is the worst while worsening is a worse situation; an aggravation.

As verbs the difference between worst and worsening

is that worst is (archaic|transitive) to make worse while worsening is .

As an adjective worst

is (bad).

As an adverb worst

is in the worst way: most badly, most ill.

Worst vs Bitter - What's the difference?

worst | bitter |


As adjectives the difference between worst and bitter

is that worst is (bad) while bitter is having an acrid taste (usually from a basic substance).

As nouns the difference between worst and bitter

is that worst is something or someone that is the worst while bitter is (usually in the plural bitters) a liquid or powder, made from bitter herbs, used in mixed drinks or as a tonic.

As verbs the difference between worst and bitter

is that worst is (archaic|transitive) to make worse while bitter is to make bitter.

As an adverb worst

is in the worst way: most badly, most ill.

Worst vs Worst - What's the difference?

worst | worst |


In en-superlative of|bad terms the difference between worst and worst

is that worst is (bad) while worst is (bad).

In archaic|transitive|lang=en terms the difference between worst and worst

is that worst is (archaic|transitive) to make worse while worst is (archaic|transitive) to make worse.

In dated|intransitive|lang=en terms the difference between worst and worst

is that worst is (dated|intransitive) to grow worse; to deteriorate while worst is (dated|intransitive) to grow worse; to deteriorate.

In rare|lang=en terms the difference between worst and worst

is that worst is (rare) to outdo or defeat, especially in battle while worst is (rare) to outdo or defeat, especially in battle.

As adjectives the difference between worst and worst

is that worst is (bad) while worst is (bad).

As nouns the difference between worst and worst

is that worst is something or someone that is the worst while worst is something or someone that is the worst.

As adverbs the difference between worst and worst

is that worst is in the worst way: most badly, most ill while worst is in the worst way: most badly, most ill.

As verbs the difference between worst and worst

is that worst is (archaic|transitive) to make worse while worst is (archaic|transitive) to make worse.

Deteriorating vs Worst - What's the difference?

deteriorating | worst |


As adjectives the difference between deteriorating and worst

is that deteriorating is getting worse while worst is (bad).

As verbs the difference between deteriorating and worst

is that deteriorating is while worst is (archaic|transitive) to make worse.

As a noun worst is

something or someone that is the worst.

As an adverb worst is

in the worst way: most badly, most ill.

High vs Worst - What's the difference?

high | worst |


As nouns the difference between high and worst

is that high is (obsolete) thought; intention; determination; purpose or high can be a period of euphoria, from excitement or from an intake of drugs while worst is something or someone that is the worst.

As adjectives the difference between high and worst

is that high is elevated in position or status; above many things while worst is (bad).

As adverbs the difference between high and worst

is that high is in or to an elevated position while worst is in the worst way: most badly, most ill.

As verbs the difference between high and worst

is that high is (obsolete) to rise or high can be to hie; to hasten while worst is (archaic|transitive) to make worse.

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