allegation

Allegation vs Fact - What's the difference?

allegation | fact |


As a noun allegation

is allegation.

As an initialism fact is

federation against copyright theft.

Rumor vs Allegation - What's the difference?

rumor | allegation |


As nouns the difference between rumor and allegation

is that rumor is (us|countable) a statement or claim of questionable accuracy, from no known reliable source, usually spread by word of mouth while allegation is allegation.

As a verb rumor

is (transitive|usually|used in the passive voice) to tell a rumor about; to gossip.

Criminal vs Allegation - What's the difference?

criminal | allegation |


As nouns the difference between criminal and allegation

is that criminal is a person who is guilty of a crime, notably breaking the law while allegation is allegation.

As an adjective criminal

is being against the law; forbidden by law.

Allegation vs Hearsay - What's the difference?

allegation | hearsay |


As nouns the difference between allegation and hearsay

is that allegation is allegation while hearsay is information that was heard by one person about another.

Affirm vs Allegation - What's the difference?

affirm | allegation |


As a verb affirm

is to agree, verify or concur; to answer positively.

As a noun allegation is

allegation.

Prosecution vs Allegation - What's the difference?

prosecution | allegation |


As nouns the difference between prosecution and allegation

is that prosecution is the act of prosecuting a scheme or endeavor while allegation is allegation.

Supposition vs Allegation - What's the difference?

supposition | allegation |


As nouns the difference between supposition and allegation

is that supposition is something that is supposed; an assumption made to account for known facts, conjecture while allegation is allegation.

Allegation vs Suspect - What's the difference?

allegation | suspect |


As nouns the difference between allegation and suspect

is that allegation is allegation while suspect is a person who is suspected of something, in particular of committing a crime.

As a verb suspect is

to imagine or suppose (something) to be true, or to exist, without proof.

As an adjective suspect is

viewed with suspicion; suspected.

Allegation vs Sue - What's the difference?

allegation | sue |


As a noun allegation

is allegation.

As a verb sue is

.

Accusations vs Allegation - What's the difference?

accusations | allegation |


As nouns the difference between accusations and allegation

is that accusations is while allegation is allegation.

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