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What does the word severe?
1a : strict in judgment, discipline, or government. b : of a strict or stern bearing or manner : austere. 2 : rigorous in restraint, punishment, or requirement : stringent. 3 : strongly critical or condemnatory a severe critic.
Does severe mean bad?
You use severe to indicate that something bad or undesirable is great or intense.
What is a severe person?
severe adjective (PERSON) A severe person looks unfriendly or very strict.
What does it mean to look severe?
2 serious in appearance or manner; stern. 3 critical or dangerous.
What is worse extreme or severe?
As adjectives the difference between severe and extreme is that severe is very bad or intense while extreme is of a place, the most remote, farthest or outermost.
Is more severe correct?
In the medical literature it is usual to write “more severe” and not “severer” (e.g., for a disease).
Is most severe correct?
Both are correct to use, however the first one is used much more commonly. Example sentences: “It was the most severe form of betrayal.” “They were betrayed in the severest of ways.”
What is a severe problem?
a severe problem is very serious and worrying. Overcrowding in secondary schools is pretty severe. The reforms have caused severe economic hardship for the poorest members of the population. Collocations and examples.
What is severe severity?
: the quality or state of being severe : the condition of being very bad, serious, unpleasant, or harsh the severity of the climate the severity of the punishment Medication can help shorten the illness and lessen its severity.
What is the similar meaning of severe?
strict, stern, rigorous, harsh, hard, inflexible, uncompromising, inexorable, implacable, rigid, unbending, relentless, unrelenting, unyielding, merciless, pitiless, ruthless, draconian, oppressive, repressive, punitive, rough, nasty.
What is another word for most serious?
What’s a big word for serious?
Some common synonyms of serious are earnest, grave, sedate, sober, solemn, and staid.
Which is the best definition of the word severe?
adjective, se·ver·er, se·ver·est. harsh; unnecessarily extreme: severe criticism; severe laws. serious or stern in manner or appearance: a severe face. grave; critical: a severe illness.
What does all the world’s a stage mean?
‘ All the world’s a stage ’ is the opening line from a monologue by a character, Jaques, in William Shakespeare’s play, As You Like It. Through Jaques, Shakespeare takes the audience on a journey of the complete lifecycle of a human being, made particularly vivid by its visual images of the different stages of an Elizabethan’s life.
What does ” moderate to severe ” mean in medical terms?
Some of you may have read my previous thread,where I explain my new diagnosis,going from Procto-Sigmoiditis.to Pancolitis.The Pancolitis is described as moderate to severe.But what does this mean?
What do you mean by severe test of powers?
causing discomfort or distress by extreme character or conditions, as weather, cold, or heat; unpleasantly violent, as rain or wind, or a blow or shock. difficult to endure, perform, fulfill, etc.: a severe test of his powers. rigidly exact, accurate, or methodical: severe standards.