Disagreeable vs Heinous - What's the difference?
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Disagreeable is a related term of heinous.
As adjectives the difference between disagreeable and heinous
is that disagreeable
is not agreeable, conformable, or congruous; contrary; unsuitable while heinous
is totally reprehensible.
As a noun disagreeable
is something displeasing; anything that is disagreeable.
Not agreeable, conformable, or congruous; contrary; unsuitable.
Exciting repugnance; offensive to the feelings or senses; displeasing; unpleasant.
- (rfdate) Preach you truly the doctrine which you have received, and teach nothing that is disagreeable thereunto. --Udall.
- (rfdate) That which is disagreeable''' to one is many times agreeable to another, or '''disagreeable in a less degree. --Wollaston.
* Nouns to which "disagreeable" is often applied: odor, smell, taste, sensation, thing, person, man, woman, duty, work, feeling, manner, experience, effect, feature, business, surprise, job.
Something displeasing; anything that is disagreeable.
* 1855 , Blackwood's magazine (volume 77, page 331)
- The disagreeables of travelling are necessary evils, to be encountered for the sake of the agreeables of resting and looking round you.
- I hope they catch the person responsible for that heinous crime.
- The perpetrators of this heinous act must be brought to justice.
- The government denounced the attack as the most heinous of the last decade.
- Political Leaders from around the world have condemned these heinous acts.
- In our public services sorry seems to be the most heinous word.
* Nouns to which "heinous" is often applied: crime, act, sin, murder, offence.
* (totally reprehensible) abominable, horrible, odious