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Influenced vs Affected - What's the difference?

influenced | affected |


As verbs the difference between influenced and affected

is that influenced is (influence) while affected is (affect).

As a adjective affected is

influenced or changed by something.

As a noun affected is

someone , as by a disease.

Affected vs Frippery - What's the difference?

affected | frippery |


As nouns the difference between affected and frippery

is that affected is someone , as by a disease while frippery is ostentation, as in fancy clothing.

As a adjective affected

is influenced or changed by something.

As a verb affected

is (affect).

Affected vs Impressed - What's the difference?

affected | impressed |


As adjectives the difference between affected and impressed

is that affected is influenced or changed by something while impressed is strongly affected, especially favourably.

As verbs the difference between affected and impressed

is that affected is (affect) while impressed is (impress).

As a noun affected

is someone , as by a disease.

Affected vs Touched - What's the difference?

affected | touched |

Affected is a synonym of touched.


As adjectives the difference between affected and touched

is that affected is influenced or changed by something while touched is emotionally moved (by), made to feel emotion (by).

As verbs the difference between affected and touched

is that affected is (affect) while touched is (touch).

As a noun affected

is someone , as by a disease.

Affected vs Simper - What's the difference?

affected | simper |


As nouns the difference between affected and simper

is that affected is someone , as by a disease while simper is a foolish, frivolous, self-conscious, or affected smile; a smirk.

As verbs the difference between affected and simper

is that affected is (affect) while simper is to smile in a foolish, frivolous, self-conscious, coy, or smug manner.

As a adjective affected

is influenced or changed by something.

Affected vs Impervious - What's the difference?

affected | impervious |


As adjectives the difference between affected and impervious

is that affected is influenced or changed by something while impervious is unaffected or unable to be affected by.

As a noun affected

is someone , as by a disease.

As a verb affected

is (affect).

Affected vs Untouched - What's the difference?

affected | untouched |


As adjectives the difference between affected and untouched

is that affected is influenced or changed by something while untouched is remaining in its original, pristine state, undamaged.

As a noun affected

is someone , as by a disease.

As a verb affected

is (affect).

Affected vs Macaroni - What's the difference?

affected | macaroni |


As nouns the difference between affected and macaroni

is that affected is someone , as by a disease while macaroni is (uncountable) a type of pasta in the form of short tubes; sometimes loosely , pasta in general.

As a adjective affected

is influenced or changed by something.

As a verb affected

is (affect).

Affected vs Pompous - What's the difference?

affected | pompous | Synonyms |

Affected is a synonym of pompous.


As adjectives the difference between affected and pompous

is that affected is influenced or changed by something while pompous is affectedly grand, solemn or self-important.

As a noun affected

is someone , as by a disease.

As a verb affected

is (affect).

Affected vs Effected - What's the difference?

affected | effected |

Effected is a see also of affected.


As verbs the difference between affected and effected

is that affected is (affect) while effected is (effect).

As a adjective affected

is influenced or changed by something.

As a noun affected

is someone , as by a disease.

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