ridiculous

Absorb vs Ridiculous - What's the difference?

absorb | ridiculous |


As a verb absorb

is to include so that it no longer has separate existence; to overwhelm; to cause to disappear as if by swallowing up; to incorporate; to assimilate; to take in and use up.

As an adjective ridiculous is

deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd.

Peculiar vs Ridiculous - What's the difference?

peculiar | ridiculous |


As adjectives the difference between peculiar and ridiculous

is that peculiar is out of the ordinary; odd; curious; unusual while ridiculous is deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd.

As a noun peculiar

is that which is peculiar; a sole or exclusive property; a prerogative; a characteristic.

Fallacious vs Ridiculous - What's the difference?

fallacious | ridiculous |


As adjectives the difference between fallacious and ridiculous

is that fallacious is characterized by fallacy; false or mistaken while ridiculous is deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd.

Ridiculous vs Pediculous - What's the difference?

ridiculous | pediculous |


As adjectives the difference between ridiculous and pediculous

is that ridiculous is deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd while pediculous is .

Selly vs Ridiculous - What's the difference?

selly | ridiculous |


As adjectives the difference between selly and ridiculous

is that selly is rare; wonderful; admirable while ridiculous is deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd.

As an adverb selly

is wonderfully.

As a noun selly

is a marvel; wonder; something wonderful or rare.

Ridiculous vs Incredible - What's the difference?

ridiculous | incredible |


As adjectives the difference between ridiculous and incredible

is that ridiculous is deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd while incredible is too implausible to be credible; beyond belief; unbelievable.

Abuse vs Ridiculous - What's the difference?

abuse | ridiculous |


As a verb abuse

is .

As an adjective ridiculous is

deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd.

Nonsense vs Ridiculous - What's the difference?

nonsense | ridiculous |


As adjectives the difference between nonsense and ridiculous

is that nonsense is resulting from the substitution of a nucleotide in a sense codon, causing it to become a stop codon (not coding for an amino-acid) while ridiculous is deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd.

As a noun nonsense

is letters or words, in writing or speech, that have no meaning or seem to have no meaning.

As a verb nonsense

is to make nonsense of.

Indignation vs Ridiculous - What's the difference?

indignation | ridiculous |


As a noun indignation

is an anger aroused by something perceived as an indignity, notably an offense or injustice.

As an adjective ridiculous is

deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd.

Mocked vs Ridiculous - What's the difference?

mocked | ridiculous |


As a verb mocked

is past tense of mock.

As an adjective ridiculous is

deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd.

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