Colorful vs Youthful - What's the difference?

colorful | youthful |


As adjectives the difference between colorful and youthful

is that colorful is possessing]] prominent and varied [[colour|colors while youthful is young or seeming young.

colorful

English

Alternative forms

* colourful (Commonwealth English)

Adjective

(-)
  • Possessing]] prominent and varied [[colour, colors.
  • * 1895 , The Annual of the British School at Athens
  • It was a colourful vase with red and white hoops on the lid, and red bands above and below the main frieze. These bands also carry a metope pattern in white of triple lines and blobs, which can just be distinguished on the photographs.
  • Interesting, multifaceted, energetic, distinctive.
  • * {{quote-book, year=1895, author=H. Walter Staner and Henry Sturmey, title=The Autocar,
  • passage=One of the most colourful' people in motor racing, he writes in a ' colourful manner.}}
  • (euphemistic) Profane, obscene, offensive (usually in the phrase colourful language ).
  • * 2002 , news.bbc.co.uk
  • Hussain celebrated reaching his ton with a gesture towards the media centre, pointing to the number three on the back of his shirt and offering some colourful language.

    youthful

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Young or seeming young.
  • Characteristic of young people.
  • Synonyms

    * lively * sprightly * spry * young

    Derived terms

    * youthful river