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Malign vs Damaged - What's the difference?

malign | damaged |


As verbs the difference between malign and damaged

is that malign is to make defamatory statements about; to slander or traduce while damaged is (damage).

As an adjective malign

is evil or malignant in disposition, nature, intent or influence.

Damaged vs Hurtful - What's the difference?

damaged | hurtful |


As a verb damaged

is past tense of damage.

As an adjective hurtful is

tending to impair or damage; injurious; mischievous; occasioning loss or injury.

Damaged vs Wrecked - What's the difference?

damaged | wrecked |


As verbs the difference between damaged and wrecked

is that damaged is (damage) while wrecked is (wreck).

As an adjective wrecked is

destroyed in an accident etc.

Damaged vs Worn - What's the difference?

damaged | worn |


As verbs the difference between worn and damaged

is that worn is past participle of lang=en while damaged is past tense of damage.

As an adjective worn

is damaged and shabby as a result of much use.

Flawed vs Damaged - What's the difference?

flawed | damaged |


As an adjective flawed

is having a flaw.

As a verb damaged is

(damage).

Damaged vs Wounded - What's the difference?

damaged | wounded |


As verbs the difference between damaged and wounded

is that damaged is (damage) while wounded is (wound).

As an adjective wounded is

suffering from a wound, especially one acquired in battle.

As a noun wounded is

(qualifier) people who are maimed or have wounds.

Demolished vs Damaged - What's the difference?

demolished | damaged |


As verbs the difference between demolished and damaged

is that demolished is (demolish) while damaged is (damage).

Ravaged vs Damaged - What's the difference?

ravaged | damaged |


As verbs the difference between ravaged and damaged

is that ravaged is (ravage) while damaged is (damage).

Precious vs Damaged - What's the difference?

precious | damaged |


As a proper noun precious

is .

As a verb damaged is

(damage).

Damaged vs Poor - What's the difference?

damaged | poor |


As a verb damaged

is (damage).

As an adjective poor is

with little or no possessions or money.

As a noun poor is

(with "the") those who have little or no possessions or money, taken as a group.

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