What Is Their Main Difference?
Both are adjectives. However, 'worse' is a comparative adjective, indicating the more unfavorable one between two nouns, whereas, 'worst' is a superlative adjective that shows the most terrible item among several others. Note that a superlative adjective is always preceded by the definite article 'the'.
As stated above, 'worse' is a comparative adjective that compares two nouns. It indicates the more unfavorable one. Look at the examples below:
You tell me, which is
I thought she'd gotten better, but it seems that the pain is getting
'Worst', contrariwise, is a superlative adjective that indicates the most terrible thing/item among several others. Always keep in mind that a superlative adjective comes with the definite article 'the'. Check out the following examples:
Oh no! The pizzas were the
And you know what the
Both are adjectives of comparison, showing the one that is unfavorable. Look at the examples below:
People were so ignorant that they never though the new leader would be even
Are They Interchangeable?
Despite them being both adjectives, they can never be used interchangeably because the sentence will be grammatically incorrect. Compare:
✓ One of the
X One of the
As you can see, this sentence is grammatically incorrect.
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