severe

Severe vs Intensive - What's the difference?

severe | intensive |


As adjectives the difference between severe and intensive

is that severe is severe, harsh while intensive is thorough, to a great degree, with intensity.

As a noun intensive is

(linguistics) form of a word with a stronger or more forceful sense than the root on which the intensive is built.

Dangerous vs Severe - What's the difference?

dangerous | severe |


As adjectives the difference between dangerous and severe

is that dangerous is full of danger while severe is severe, harsh.

Persevere vs Severe - What's the difference?

persevere | severe |


As a verb persevere

is .

As an adjective severe is

severe, harsh.

Severe vs Present - What's the difference?

severe | present |


As adjectives the difference between severe and present

is that severe is severe, harsh while present is present (that what''/''which is in the place talked about ).

As a noun present is

present tense.

Severe vs Deadly - What's the difference?

severe | deadly |


As adjectives the difference between severe and deadly

is that severe is severe, harsh while deadly is (lb) subject to death; mortal.

As an adverb deadly is

(obsolete) fatally, mortally.

Milder vs Severe - What's the difference?

milder | severe |


As adjectives the difference between milder and severe

is that milder is (mild) while severe is severe, harsh.

Severe vs Weird - What's the difference?

severe | weird |


As an adjective severe

is severe, harsh.

As a noun weird is

(acronym) western, educated, industrialized, rich and democratic.

Severe vs Respect - What's the difference?

severe | respect |


As an adjective severe

is severe, harsh.

As a noun respect is

(uncountable) an attitude of consideration or high.

As a verb respect is

to have respect for.

As an interjection respect is

(jamaica) hello, hi.

Severe vs Impair - What's the difference?

severe | impair |


As adjectives the difference between severe and impair

is that severe is severe, harsh while impair is (obsolete) not fit or appropriate.

As a verb impair is

to weaken; to affect negatively; to have a diminishing effect on.

Severe vs Somewhat - What's the difference?

severe | somewhat |


As an adjective severe

is severe, harsh.

As an adverb somewhat is

to a limited extent or degree.

As a pronoun somewhat is

(archaic) something.

As a noun somewhat is

more or less; a certain quantity or degree; a part, more or less; something.

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