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Worthy vs Mighty - What's the difference?

worthy | mighty | Related terms |

Worthy is a related term of mighty.


As adjectives the difference between worthy and mighty

is that worthy is having worth, merit or value while mighty is very strong; possessing might.

As nouns the difference between worthy and mighty

is that worthy is a distinguished or eminent person while mighty is influential, powerful beings or mighty can be (obsolete|rare) a warrior of great strength and courage.

As a verb worthy

is to render or treat as worthy; exalt; revere; honour; esteem; respect; value; reward; adore.

As an adverb mighty is

(colloquial) very; to a high degree.

Worthy vs Much - What's the difference?

worthy | much | Related terms |

Worthy is a related term of much.


As verbs the difference between worthy and much

is that worthy is to render or treat as worthy; exalt; revere; honour; esteem; respect; value; reward; adore while much is .

As an adjective worthy

is having worth, merit or value.

As a noun worthy

is a distinguished or eminent person.

Friendly vs Worthy - What's the difference?

friendly | worthy | Related terms |

Friendly is a related term of worthy.


As adjectives the difference between friendly and worthy

is that friendly is generally warm, approachable and easy to relate with in character while worthy is having worth, merit or value.

As nouns the difference between friendly and worthy

is that friendly is (sports) a game which is of no consequence in terms of ranking, betting etc while worthy is a distinguished or eminent person.

As an adverb friendly

is in a friendly manner, like a friend.

As a verb worthy is

to render or treat as worthy; exalt; revere; honour; esteem; respect; value; reward; adore.

Equal vs Worthy - What's the difference?

equal | worthy |


As adjectives the difference between equal and worthy

is that equal is (label) the same in all respects while worthy is having worth, merit or value.

As verbs the difference between equal and worthy

is that equal is (mathematics) to be equal to, to have the same value as; to correspond to while worthy is to render or treat as worthy; exalt; revere; honour; esteem; respect; value; reward; adore.

As nouns the difference between equal and worthy

is that equal is a person or thing of equal status to others while worthy is a distinguished or eminent person.

Worthy vs Significant - What's the difference?

worthy | significant |


As adjectives the difference between worthy and significant

is that worthy is having worth, merit or value while significant is signifying something; carrying meaning.

As nouns the difference between worthy and significant

is that worthy is a distinguished or eminent person while significant is that which has significance; a sign; a token; a symbol.

As a verb worthy

is to render or treat as worthy; exalt; revere; honour; esteem; respect; value; reward; adore.

Worthy vs Rewarding - What's the difference?

worthy | rewarding |


As adjectives the difference between worthy and rewarding

is that worthy is having worth, merit or value while rewarding is giving reward or satisfaction.

As verbs the difference between worthy and rewarding

is that worthy is to render or treat as worthy; exalt; revere; honour; esteem; respect; value; reward; adore while rewarding is .

As a noun worthy

is a distinguished or eminent person.

Wonderful vs Worthy - What's the difference?

wonderful | worthy | Related terms |

Wonderful is a related term of worthy.


As adjectives the difference between wonderful and worthy

is that wonderful is tending to excite wonder; surprising, extraordinary while worthy is having worth, merit or value.

As a noun worthy is

a distinguished or eminent person.

As a verb worthy is

to render or treat as worthy; exalt; revere; honour; esteem; respect; value; reward; adore.

Worthy vs Magnanimous - What's the difference?

worthy | magnanimous | Related terms |

Worthy is a related term of magnanimous.


As adjectives the difference between worthy and magnanimous

is that worthy is having worth, merit or value while magnanimous is noble and generous in spirit.

As a noun worthy

is a distinguished or eminent person.

As a verb worthy

is to render or treat as worthy; exalt; revere; honour; esteem; respect; value; reward; adore.

Able vs Worthy - What's the difference?

able | worthy |


As adjectives the difference between able and worthy

is that able is (obsolete|passive) easy to use while worthy is having worth, merit or value.

As verbs the difference between able and worthy

is that able is (obsolete) to make ready while worthy is to render or treat as worthy; exalt; revere; honour; esteem; respect; value; reward; adore.

As nouns the difference between able and worthy

is that able is a word that is used in place of the letter "a" during communication while worthy is a distinguished or eminent person.

Dignify vs Worthy - What's the difference?

dignify | worthy |


As verbs the difference between dignify and worthy

is that dignify is to invest with dignity or honour while worthy is to render or treat as worthy; exalt; revere; honour; esteem; respect; value; reward; adore.

As an adjective worthy is

having worth, merit or value.

As a noun worthy is

a distinguished or eminent person.

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