- What do you call someone who doesn’t follow their own advice?
- What is it called when someone is stuck in their ways?
- What is another word for listening intently?
- When people say one thing but does another?
- What do you call a person who always want to be right?
- What do you call a person who doesn’t share their feelings?
- What is a word for someone who listens?
- What is another word for listened?
- What’s a word for someone who gives good advice?
- How do you describe a stubborn person?
- What is a tenacious?
What do you call someone who doesn’t follow their own advice?
Hypocrite (or self-entitled) isn’t the right word here.
Just because someone doesn’t do what he is preaching doesn’t make the advice is bad or the person is a hypocrite (or self-entitled)..
What is it called when someone is stuck in their ways?
When a person is inexorable, they’re stubborn. When a thing or process is inexorable, it can’t be stopped. This is a word for people and things that will not change direction. An inexorable person is hard-headed and cannot be convinced to change their mind, no matter what.
What is another word for listening intently?
What is another word for listen intently?listenhearattendharkhearkenharkenheedmindcatcheavesdrop34 more rows
When people say one thing but does another?
The noun for someone who says one thing but does another is “hypocrite.” The adjective form is “hypocritical.” … Hypocrite. Those are people who preach one thing and do another.
What do you call a person who always want to be right?
There are many words to describe someone who always needs to be right, including indomitable, adamant, unrelenting, insistent, intransigent, obdurate, unshakeable, dictatorial.
What do you call a person who doesn’t share their feelings?
The word apathetic is usually used in a way that’s critical of the people it’s used to describe—even when people apply it to themselves. … They become apathetic toward their own feelings of wrong.
What is a word for someone who listens?
You probably notice that the word attentive looks a lot like the noun attention. … Use the adjective attentive to describe someone who is full of attention, watching and listening carefully, such as an attentive student who takes great notes and asks questions when something isn’t clear.
What is another word for listened?
What is another word for listened?heededmindednoticedpaid attentionagreedassentedattendedbelievedheardhearkened34 more rows
What’s a word for someone who gives good advice?
If you’re an expert who gives advice or offers professional consultations, you can call yourself an adviser. You can have an adviser in many areas — he or she may also be called a consultant. A person who helps you decide what classes to take is called an academic adviser.
How do you describe a stubborn person?
Synonymsstubborn. adjective. a stubborn person is not willing to change their ideas or to consider anyone else’s reasons or arguments.narrow. adjective. … intolerant. adjective. … narrow-minded. adjective. … opinionated. adjective. … inflexible. adjective. … closed. adjective. … rigid. adjective.More items…
What is a tenacious?
1a : not easily pulled apart : cohesive a tenacious metal. b : tending to adhere or cling especially to another substance tenacious burs. 2a : persistent in maintaining, adhering to, or seeking something valued or desired a tenacious advocate of civil rights tenacious negotiators.