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Stoical vs Undefined - What's the difference?

stoical | undefined |


As adjectives the difference between stoical and undefined

is that stoical is enduring pain and hardship without showing feeling or complaint while undefined is lacking a definition or value.

Chill vs Stoical - What's the difference?

chill | stoical | Related terms |

Chill is a related term of stoical.


As an abbreviation chill

is (computing) an acronym for ccitt high level language.

As an adjective stoical is

enduring pain and hardship without showing feeling or complaint.

Stupid vs Stoical - What's the difference?

stupid | stoical | Related terms |

Stupid is a related term of stoical.


As adjectives the difference between stupid and stoical

is that stupid is lacking in intelligence or exhibiting the quality of having been done by someone lacking in intelligence while stoical is enduring pain and hardship without showing feeling or complaint.

As an adverb stupid

is (slang|dated) extremely.

As a noun stupid

is a stupid person; a fool.

Stoical vs Listless - What's the difference?

stoical | listless | Related terms |

Stoical is a related term of listless.


As adjectives the difference between stoical and listless

is that stoical is enduring pain and hardship without showing feeling or complaint while listless is lacking energy, enthusiasm, or liveliness.

Numb vs Stoical - What's the difference?

numb | stoical | Related terms |


As adjectives the difference between numb and stoical

is that numb is without the power of sensation and motion or feeling; insensible while stoical is enduring pain and hardship without showing feeling or complaint.

As a verb numb

is to cause to become numb.

Torpid vs Stoical - What's the difference?

torpid | stoical | Related terms |

Torpid is a related term of stoical.


As adjectives the difference between torpid and stoical

is that torpid is unmoving, dormant or hibernating while stoical is enduring pain and hardship without showing feeling or complaint.

Imperceptible vs Stoical - What's the difference?

imperceptible | stoical | Related terms |

Imperceptible is a related term of stoical.


As adjectives the difference between imperceptible and stoical

is that imperceptible is not perceptible, not detectable, too small in magnitude to be observed while stoical is enduring pain and hardship without showing feeling or complaint.

Stoical vs Stable - What's the difference?

stoical | stable |


As adjectives the difference between stoical and stable

is that stoical is enduring pain and hardship without showing feeling or complaint while stable is relatively unchanging, permanent; firmly fixed or established; consistent; not easily moved, altered, or destroyed.

As a noun stable is

a building, wing or dependency set apart and adapted for lodging and feeding (and training) animals with hoofs, especially horses.

As a verb stable is

to put or keep (horse) in a stable.

Stoical vs Complaining - What's the difference?

stoical | complaining |


As an adjective stoical

is enduring pain and hardship without showing feeling or complaint.

As a verb complaining is

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As a noun complaining is

the act by which someone complaints; a complaint.

Stoical vs Flinch - What's the difference?

stoical | flinch |


As an adjective stoical

is enduring pain and hardship without showing feeling or complaint.

As a noun flinch is

a reflexive jerking away.

As a verb flinch is

to make a sudden, involuntary movement in response to a (usually negative) stimulus.

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