Rashless vs Rashness - What's the difference?

rashless | rashness |


As an adjective rashless

is without a rash.

As a noun rashness is

the quality of state of being rash; inconsiderate or presumptuous haste; headstrong precipitation in decision or action; temerity; unwarranted boldness.

rashless

English

Adjective

(-)
  • Without a rash.
  • * 1972 , Charles Allan Birch, The House Physician's Handbook (page 70)
  • The reputation for low infectivity of rubella was probably based on failure to recognise rashless cases.

    rashness

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • The quality of state of being rash; inconsiderate or presumptuous haste; headstrong precipitation in decision or action; temerity; unwarranted boldness.
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