Derived terms

Sponsorially vs Sponsorial - What's the difference?

sponsorially | sponsorial | Derived terms |

Sponsorially is a derived term of sponsorial.


As an adjective sponsorial is

pertaining to a sponsor.

Maneater vs Maneating - What's the difference?

maneater | maneating | Derived terms |

Maneater is a derived term of maneating.


As nouns the difference between maneater and maneating

is that maneater is while maneating is the consumption of human flesh by animals.

As an adjective maneating is

.

Antivariolic vs Variolic - What's the difference?

antivariolic | variolic | Derived terms |

Antivariolic is a derived term of variolic.


As an adjective variolic is

(medicine) variolous.

Pyromucamide vs Mucamide - What's the difference?

pyromucamide | mucamide | Derived terms |

Pyromucamide is a derived term of mucamide.


As a noun mucamide is

(chemistry) the acid amide of mucic acid, obtained as a white crystalline substance.

Incognoscibility vs Incognoscible - What's the difference?

incognoscibility | incognoscible | Derived terms |

Incognoscibility is a derived term of incognoscible.


As a noun incognoscibility

is the quality of being incognoscible.

As an adjective incognoscible is

(rare|dated) not capable of being known; incomprehensible.

Retractively vs Retractive - What's the difference?

retractively | retractive | Derived terms |

Retractively is a derived term of retractive.


As a noun retractive is

that which retracts or withdraws.

As an adjective retractive is

serving to retract; of the nature of a retraction.

Szechuanese vs Szechuan - What's the difference?

szechuanese | szechuan | Derived terms |

Szechuanese is a derived term of szechuan.


As a proper noun szechuan is

.

Heteroscedastic vs Scedastic - What's the difference?

heteroscedastic | scedastic | Derived terms |

Heteroscedastic is a derived term of scedastic.


As adjectives the difference between heteroscedastic and scedastic

is that heteroscedastic is exhibiting heteroscedasticity while scedastic is related to the variance of errors (statistical).

Homoscedastic vs Scedastic - What's the difference?

homoscedastic | scedastic | Derived terms |

Homoscedastic is a derived term of scedastic.


As adjectives the difference between homoscedastic and scedastic

is that homoscedastic is (statistics) having the same finite variance for all elements while scedastic is related to the variance of errors (statistical).

Gustfulness vs Gustful - What's the difference?

gustfulness | gustful | Derived terms |

Gustfulness is a derived term of gustful.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between gustfulness and gustful

is that gustfulness is (obsolete) appealing taste; tastiness while gustful is (obsolete) tasty; good-tasting.

As a noun gustfulness

is (obsolete) appealing taste; tastiness.

As an adjective gustful is

gusty.

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