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Difference Between Beautiful and Hot

The change in beauty standards over time has led to a variation in the way a woman may be perceived in society. Among words used to describe a woman’s physique include beautiful, sexy, babe, fine, and hot, just to name a few. Although most are based on sex appeal, others are based on natural beauty and personal attributes. While all these are used as a complement to women, they vary in several ways.

 

So What is Beautiful?

This is an appreciation of a woman which may be based on physical beauty, intellect, personality, and virtues. 

 

What is Hot?

Though previously used as a measure of temperature, the word hot is often used as a perception based on a woman’s appearance. It has no relation whatsoever to a person’s nature, virtues, personality and, intellectual capabilities. It basically refers to an appealing body and nice looks.

 

Similarities between Beautiful and Hot

  • Both are beauty compliments

 

Differences between Beautiful and Hot

Definition

Beautiful is an appreciation of a woman which may be based on physical beauty, intellect, personality, and virtues. On the other hand, hot refers to a woman’s appearance and has no relation whatsoever to a person’s nature, virtues, personality, and intellectual capabilities.

Beautiful – also can be used to describe things or a person as being nice or attractive

Hot – also mean cold/hot, temperature

Scope

While beautiful is used broadly to refer to a women’s physical beauty, intellect, personality, and virtues, hot is only used in reference to an appealing body and nice looks.

Perception

While the term beautiful is perceived as respectful, the term hot is perceived to be sexual.

Beautiful vs. Hot: Comparison Table

 

Summary of Beautiful vs. Hot

While the phrase beautiful is broadly used in the appreciation of a woman based on physical beauty, intellect, personality, and virtues,  the phrase hot when used in the beauty context refers to a woman’s appearance and has no relation whatsoever to a person’s nature, virtues, personality, and intellectual capabilities. The term beautiful is however perceived to be more respectful in comparison to the term hot.


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