What is another word for harsh or stern?
Harsh - severe
Stern - disciplinary
Another word for very strict or harsh is stern.
stringent, rough, stern, rigid
A word that means harsh or stern could be 'grim'.
Stern, severe. harsh, firm, inflexible, hard or tough
Yes, there are a couple of words for strict; rigorous, stern, disciplinary and demanding.
Bitter, Brutal, Cruel, Discourteous, Grim, Pitiless, Mean, Punitive, Relentless, Rude, Ruthless, unkind, unpleasant, unrelenting, wicked, comfortless, stern, strict, stringent, raucous, etc.
There is no homophone for the word "harsh". A homophone is a word that sounds the same as another word, but has a different spelling and meaning.
Strict is a word meaning less than harsh or cruel.
Some words that describe strict are: -Harsh -Severe -Firm -Stern -Stringent -Austere -Exacting -Authoritarian
Grim Or Stern.
1. As an adjective stern means :hard, harsh, or severe in manner. 2.As a noun stern means: The rear of a ship or aircraft.
severe, stern, strict, harsh, steely, flinty, dour, grim, cold, frosty,unemotional, unfriendly
demanding, burdensome, by the book, careful, critical, difficult, exigent, finicky, fussy, harsh, hypercritical, nit-picking, painstaking, onerous, picky, precise, rigid, rigorous, severe, stern, strict, stringent, taxing, tough, trying, unsparing
stringent, exact, harsh, rigid
extreme, strong, radical, severe, harsh
rough forceful harsh difficult stiff
The answer is ISAAC. I don't know what it means but that's what i got
(adj.) rough, irregualr; severe, stern; strong; stormy.
Gruesome, harsh, horrific, terribly redundant torture
crite means stern or harsh as in critic
Coarse, craggy, harsh, jagged, ragged, gritty. hard
Stern is not a swedish word. Akter is the swedish word for stern in case that was what you were looking for.
stern 1 [sturn] Show IPA adjective, -er, -est.1.firm, strict, or uncompromising: stern discipline. 2.hard, harsh, or severe: a stern reprimand. 3.rigorous or austere; of an unpleasantly serious character:stern times. 4.grim or forbidding in aspect: a stern face.
The word "harsh" is an adjective.
The word harsh has one syllable.
You can climb the ladder in the stern. The officer gave them a stern warning.
The sea is a stern mistress. The officer gave me a stern admonition.
Euphemism. A related term is bowdlerising, which refers to removing "offensive" content from a work of art.
The four letter word for stern as a noun : Rear to mean rear of a ship or aircraft. The four letter word for stern as an adjective: Hard to mean strict.
harsh means someone being mean to another person or being rude
The word that probably comes closest to "harsh" in its whole range of meanings is asper (-era, -erum). "Harsh" to the senses can also be acerbus (-a, -um). "Harsh" emotions and behavior can be said to be saevus (-a, -um).
The word stern is an adjective. It means to have a hard or severe manner.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'harsh' is Omululu.
It is the stern of the ship. When referring to a ship, the word "poop" comes from the Latin word, "puppis" which means "stern" in english.
another word for loud . . . noisy, piercing strident shrill booming vociferous rowdy boisterous blasting deafening earsplitting thunderous thundery earthshaking harsh-voiced shattering shoutedyelled trumpet-like
The stern lady was very strict about the new lunch rules.
The harsh teacher gave us a quiz.
She had an hoarse voice because of her sore throat. Hoarse is another word for rough or harsh. After shouting hard she had a hoarse voice.
Some of them are: ungenerous, uncharitable, harsh, mean, unkind, cruel, uncaring, spiteful, nasty, heartless and malicious.
this is a very easy question.. but the answer is 1. the word "stern' only has 1 syllable.
If you mean stern as the after part of a vessel, it is from the Old Norse word 'stjorn' meaning the place from where a boat is steered. Stern as in 'strict' comes from the Old Germanic language as 'storrig' meaning obstinate or 'starr' meaning stiff
Today was supposed to be harsh wheather but it was nice and sunny.
A word that means harsh comments is ridicule. To ridicule is to make fun of a person in a mean or cruel way.
brusque, harsh, ill-tempered, loutish, morose, oafish, rude, sullen, surly, uncivil, unmannerly, vulgar,
Dura is the feminine form of the adjective durus, meaning hard, harsh, hardy, vigorous, stern, unfeeling, inflexible, burdensome or difficult.
The aft end.
bow. This is the pointed end/front of a boat
"Puppis" means the stern on a ship. The name originates from the French word for stern, la poupe, from Latin puppis. Thus the poop deck is technically a stern deck, the word puppis was also used in Latin as a standard word for 'ship', but technically it refers to the rear deck of the ship