amuse

Amuse vs Fascinates - What's the difference?

amuse | fascinates |


As verbs the difference between amuse and fascinates

is that amuse is while fascinates is .

Amuse vs Proto - What's the difference?

amuse | proto |


As a verb amuse

is .

As a noun proto is

proton.

Amuse vs Pleasure - What's the difference?

amuse | pleasure |


As verbs the difference between amuse and pleasure

is that amuse is while pleasure is to give or afford pleasure to; to please; to gratify.

As a noun pleasure is

(uncountable) a state of being pleased.

As an interjection pleasure is

pleased to meet you.

Wonder vs Amuse - What's the difference?

wonder | amuse |


As a noun wonder

is one of the.

As a verb amuse is

.

Exhibit vs Amuse - What's the difference?

exhibit | amuse |


As verbs the difference between exhibit and amuse

is that exhibit is to display or show (something) for others to see, especially at an exhibition or contest while amuse is .

As a noun exhibit

is an instance of.

Trick vs Amuse - What's the difference?

trick | amuse |


As a noun trick

is trick.

As a verb amuse is

.

Elephant vs Amuse - What's the difference?

elephant | amuse |


As a noun elephant

is elephant.

As a verb amuse is

.

Elate vs Amuse - What's the difference?

elate | amuse |


As verbs the difference between elate and amuse

is that elate is to make joyful or proud while amuse is .

As an adjective elate

is elated; exultant.

Amuse vs Awareness - What's the difference?

amuse | awareness |


As a verb amuse

is .

As a noun awareness is

the state or level of consciousness where sense data can be confirmed by an observer.

Deride vs Amuse - What's the difference?

deride | amuse |


As verbs the difference between deride and amuse

is that deride is while amuse is .

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