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Repent vs Delinquent - What's the difference?

repent | delinquent |


As verbs the difference between repent and delinquent

is that repent is (label) to feel pain, sorrow, or regret for what one has done or omitted to do; the cause for repenting may be indicated with "of" while delinquent is .

As an adjective repent

is (chiefly|botany) creeping along the ground.

Delinquent vs Gangster - What's the difference?

delinquent | gangster |


As a verb delinquent

is .

As a noun gangster is

(street gang member).

Delinquent vs Accused - What's the difference?

delinquent | accused |


As verbs the difference between delinquent and accused

is that delinquent is while accused is (accuse).

As a noun accused is

(legal) the person charged with an offense; the defendant in a criminal case.

As an adjective accused is

having been accused; being the target of accusations.

Delinquent vs Embarassed - What's the difference?

delinquent | embarassed |


As a verb delinquent

is .

As an adjective embarassed is

.

Delinquent vs Degenerate - What's the difference?

delinquent | degenerate |


As verbs the difference between delinquent and degenerate

is that delinquent is while degenerate is to lose good or desirable qualities.

As an adjective degenerate is

(of qualities) having deteriorated, degraded or fallen from normal, coherent, balanced and desirable to undesirable and typically abnormal.

As a noun degenerate is

one is degenerate, who has fallen from previous stature.

Delinquent vs Why - What's the difference?

delinquent | why |


As nouns the difference between delinquent and why

is that delinquent is one who disobeys or breaks rules or laws while why is reason.

As an adjective delinquent

is late or failing to pay a debt or other financial obligation, like a mortgage or loan.

As an adverb why is

for what cause, reason, or purpose.

As an interjection why is

an exclamation used to express indignation, mild surprise, or impatience. "Well, I'll tell you...".

Delinquent vs Hi - What's the difference?

delinquent | hi |


As verbs the difference between delinquent and hi

is that delinquent is while hi is to call.

Laidback vs Delinquent - What's the difference?

laidback | delinquent |


As an adjective laidback

is .

As a verb delinquent is

.

Delinquent vs Weave - What's the difference?

delinquent | weave |


As verbs the difference between delinquent and weave

is that delinquent is while weave is to form something by passing lengths or strands of material over and under one another or weave can be to move by turning and twisting.

As a noun weave is

a type or way of weaving.

Delinquent vs Misdemeanor - What's the difference?

delinquent | misdemeanor |


As a verb delinquent

is .

As a noun misdemeanor is

(legal) a crime usually punishable upon conviction by a small fine or by a short term of imprisonment crimes which are punishable by large fines or by longer imprisonment are usually called felonies.

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