Antonyms

Sage vs Crone - What's the difference?

sage | crone | Antonyms |

Sage is an antonym of crone.


As a verb sage

is first-person singular indicative present form of .

As a noun crone is

(wicca) one of the triune goddesses of the lady in wicca alongside the mother and maiden and representing an old woman.

Silverize vs Desilverize - What's the difference?

silverize | desilverize | Antonyms |

Silverize is an antonym of desilverize.


In lang=en terms the difference between silverize and desilverize

is that silverize is to cover with silver while desilverize is to deprive of silver; to remove the silver from.

As verbs the difference between silverize and desilverize

is that silverize is to cover with silver while desilverize is to deprive of silver; to remove the silver from.

Praecoces vs Altrices - What's the difference?

praecoces | altrices | Antonyms |

Praecoces is an antonym of altrices.


As an adjective praecoces

is .

As a noun altrices is

(zoology) nursers; those birds whose young are hatched in a very immature and helpless condition, so as to require the care of their parents for some time.

Hypermetabolism vs Hypometabolism - What's the difference?

hypermetabolism | hypometabolism | Antonyms |

Hypermetabolism is an antonym of hypometabolism.


As nouns the difference between hypermetabolism and hypometabolism

is that hypermetabolism is the physiological state of increased metabolic activity, typically occurring after significant damage to the body while hypometabolism is the physiological state of having an decreased rate of metabolic activity.

Proterogynous vs Proterandrous - What's the difference?

proterogynous | proterandrous | Antonyms |

Proterogynous is an antonym of proterandrous.


In botany|lang=en terms the difference between proterogynous and proterandrous

is that proterogynous is (botany) having the pistil come to maturity before the stamens; protogynous while proterandrous is (botany) having the stamens come to maturity before the pistil.

As adjectives the difference between proterogynous and proterandrous

is that proterogynous is (botany) having the pistil come to maturity before the stamens; protogynous while proterandrous is (botany) having the stamens come to maturity before the pistil.

Analogous vs Antilogous - What's the difference?

analogous | antilogous | Antonyms |

Analogous is an antonym of antilogous.


As adjectives the difference between analogous and antilogous

is that analogous is having analogy; corresponding to something else; bearing some resemblance or proportion;—often followed by "to" while antilogous is of the contrary name or character; opposite.

Noble vs Birthless - What's the difference?

noble | birthless | Antonyms |

Noble is an antonym of birthless.


As a proper noun noble

is .

As an adjective birthless is

without a birth or births.

Immortal vs Birthless - What's the difference?

immortal | birthless | Antonyms |

Immortal is an antonym of birthless.


As adjectives the difference between immortal and birthless

is that immortal is not susceptible to death; living forever; never dying while birthless is without a birth or births.

As a noun immortal

is one who is not susceptible to death.

Deathless vs Birthless - What's the difference?

deathless | birthless | Antonyms |

Deathless is an antonym of birthless.


As adjectives the difference between deathless and birthless

is that deathless is undying or immortal while birthless is without a birth or births.

Underperceive vs Overperceive - What's the difference?

underperceive | overperceive | Antonyms |

Underperceive is an antonym of overperceive.


In lang=en terms the difference between underperceive and overperceive

is that underperceive is to perceive to a lesser degree than actually exists while overperceive is to perceive to a greater degree than actually exists.

As verbs the difference between underperceive and overperceive

is that underperceive is to perceive to a lesser degree than actually exists while overperceive is to perceive to a greater degree than actually exists.

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