Related terms

Converse vs Articulate - What's the difference?

converse | articulate | Related terms |

Converse is a related term of articulate.


As verbs the difference between converse and articulate

is that converse is while articulate is to make clear or effective.

As an adjective articulate is

clear, effective.

As a noun articulate is

(label) an animal of the subkingdom articulata.

Fable vs Yarn - What's the difference?

fable | yarn | Related terms |

Fable is a related term of yarn.


As nouns the difference between fable and yarn

is that fable is a fictitious narrative intended to enforce some useful truth or precept, usually with animals, birds etc as characters; an apologue prototypically, while yarn is (uncountable) a twisted strand of fiber used for knitting or weaving.

As verbs the difference between fable and yarn

is that fable is (archaic) to compose fables; hence, to write or speak fiction ; to write or utter what is not true while yarn is to tell a story.

Intangible vs Uncertain - What's the difference?

intangible | uncertain | Related terms |

Intangible is a related term of uncertain.


As adjectives the difference between intangible and uncertain

is that intangible is incapable of being perceived by the senses; incorporeal while uncertain is not certain; unsure.

As a noun intangible

is anything intangible.

Enfeebled vs Imbecile - What's the difference?

enfeebled | imbecile | Related terms |

Enfeebled is a related term of imbecile.


As a verb enfeebled

is (enfeeble).

As a noun imbecile is

(obsolete) a person with limited (l) (l) who can perform (l) and think only like a young child, in medical circles meaning a person who lacks the capacity to develop beyond the mental age of a normal five to seven-year-old child.

As an adjective imbecile is

(dated) destitute of strength, whether of body or mind; feeble; impotent; especially, mentally weak.

Weatherbeaten vs Desolate - What's the difference?

weatherbeaten | desolate | Related terms |

Weatherbeaten is a related term of desolate.


As adjectives the difference between weatherbeaten and desolate

is that weatherbeaten is while desolate is deserted and devoid of inhabitants.

As a verb desolate is

to deprive of inhabitants.

Pact vs Bond - What's the difference?

pact | bond | Related terms |

Pact is a related term of bond.


As nouns the difference between pact and bond

is that pact is an agreement; a compact; a covenant while bond is .

Ambiguous vs Deceitful - What's the difference?

ambiguous | deceitful | Related terms |

Ambiguous is a related term of deceitful.


As adjectives the difference between ambiguous and deceitful

is that ambiguous is open to multiple interpretations while deceitful is deliberately misleading or cheating.

Evaluate vs Try - What's the difference?

evaluate | try | Related terms |

Evaluate is a related term of try.


As a verb evaluate

is to draw conclusions from examining; to assess.

As an initialism try is

.

Precipitate vs Animated - What's the difference?

precipitate | animated | Related terms |

Precipitate is a related term of animated.


As verbs the difference between precipitate and animated

is that precipitate is to make something happen suddenly and quickly; hasten while animated is (animate).

As adjectives the difference between precipitate and animated

is that precipitate is headlong; falling steeply or vertically while animated is endowed with life; full of life or spirit; indicating animation; lively; vigorous.

As a noun precipitate

is a product resulting from a process, event, or course of action.

Worldly vs Unholy - What's the difference?

worldly | unholy | Related terms |

Worldly is a related term of unholy.


As adjectives the difference between worldly and unholy

is that worldly is concerned with human or earthly matters, physical as opposed to spiritual while unholy is something that is evil, impure, or otherwise perverted.

As an adverb worldly

is in a worldly manner.

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