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Rich vs Worthy - What's the difference?

rich | worthy |


As adjectives the difference between rich and worthy

is that rich is as hell, very 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.

Decent vs Worthy - What's the difference?

decent | worthy |


As adjectives the difference between decent and worthy

is that decent is decent (sufficiently clothed) 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.

Honor vs Worthy - What's the difference?

honor | worthy |


As nouns the difference between honor and worthy

is that honor is while worthy is a distinguished or eminent person.

As an adjective worthy is

having worth, merit or value.

As a verb worthy is

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

Expedient vs Worthy - What's the difference?

expedient | worthy | Related terms |

Expedient is a related term of worthy.


As nouns the difference between expedient and worthy

is that expedient is expedient while worthy is a distinguished or eminent person.

As verbs the difference between expedient and worthy

is that expedient is 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.

Worthy vs Transcendent - What's the difference?

worthy | transcendent | Related terms |

Worthy is a related term of transcendent.


As adjectives the difference between worthy and transcendent

is that worthy is having worth, merit or value while transcendent is surpassing usual limits.

As nouns the difference between worthy and transcendent

is that worthy is a distinguished or eminent person while transcendent is that which surpasses or is supereminent; something excellent.

As a verb worthy

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

Obedient vs Worthy - What's the difference?

obedient | worthy | Related terms |

Obedient is a related term of worthy.


As adjectives the difference between obedient and worthy

is that obedient is willing]] to [[comply#verb|comply with the (l), orders, or (l) of those in authority 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.

Suited vs Worthy - What's the difference?

suited | worthy | Related terms |

Suited is a related term of worthy.


As verbs the difference between suited and worthy

is that suited is (suit) while worthy is to render or treat as worthy; exalt; revere; honour; esteem; respect; value; reward; adore.

As adjectives the difference between suited and worthy

is that suited is (poker|of two or more cards) of the same suit while worthy is having worth, merit or value.

As a noun worthy is

a distinguished or eminent person.

Worthy vs Grand - What's the difference?

worthy | grand | Related terms |

Worthy is a related term of grand.


As an adjective 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.

As a proper noun grand is

a commune in france.

Worthy vs First-rate - What's the difference?

worthy | first-rate | Related terms |

Worthy is a related term of first-rate.


As adjectives the difference between worthy and first-rate

is that worthy is having worth, merit or value while first-rate is (military|nautical|historical) describing a ship of the line in the british navy that had over 100 guns on three gundecks.

As nouns the difference between worthy and first-rate

is that worthy is a distinguished or eminent person while first-rate is (military|nautical|historical) a ship of the line in the british navy that had over 100 guns on three gun decks.

As a verb worthy

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

Qualified vs Worthy - What's the difference?

qualified | worthy | Related terms |

Qualified is a related term of worthy.


As adjectives the difference between qualified and worthy

is that qualified is meeting the standards, requirements, and training for a position while worthy is having worth, merit or value.

As verbs the difference between qualified and worthy

is that qualified is (qualify) while worthy is to render or treat as worthy; exalt; revere; honour; esteem; respect; value; reward; adore.

As a noun worthy is

a distinguished or eminent person.

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