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Appropriate vs Pinch - What's the difference?

appropriate | pinch |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between appropriate and pinch

is that appropriate is (obsolete) set apart for a particular use or person; reserved while pinch is (obsolete) to be niggardly or covetous.

As verbs the difference between appropriate and pinch

is that appropriate is (archaic) to make suitable; to suit while pinch is to squeeze a small amount of a person's skin and flesh, making it hurt.

As an adjective appropriate

is (obsolete) set apart for a particular use or person; reserved.

As a noun pinch is

the action of squeezing a small amount of a person's skin and flesh, making it hurt.

Apparent vs Appropriate - What's the difference?

apparent | appropriate |


As adjectives the difference between apparent and appropriate

is that apparent is capable of being seen, or easily seen; open to view; visible to the eye; within sight or view while appropriate is (obsolete) set apart for a particular use or person; reserved.

As a verb appropriate is

(archaic) to make suitable; to suit.

Requisition vs Appropriate - What's the difference?

requisition | appropriate |


As a noun requisition

is requisition.

As an adjective appropriate is

(obsolete) set apart for a particular use or person; reserved.

As a verb appropriate is

(archaic) to make suitable; to suit.

Unfortunate vs Appropriate - What's the difference?

unfortunate | appropriate |


As adjectives the difference between unfortunate and appropriate

is that unfortunate is not favored by fortune while appropriate is (obsolete) set apart for a particular use or person; reserved.

As a noun unfortunate

is an unlucky person.

As a verb appropriate is

(archaic) to make suitable; to suit.

Ironic vs Appropriate - What's the difference?

ironic | appropriate |


As adjectives the difference between ironic and appropriate

is that ironic is ironic while appropriate is (obsolete) set apart for a particular use or person; reserved.

As a verb appropriate is

(archaic) to make suitable; to suit.

Appropriate vs Grant - What's the difference?

appropriate | grant |


As an adjective appropriate

is (obsolete) set apart for a particular use or person; reserved.

As a verb appropriate

is (archaic) to make suitable; to suit.

As a proper noun grant is

and a scottish clan name, from a nickname meaning "large".

Responsive vs Appropriate - What's the difference?

responsive | appropriate |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between responsive and appropriate

is that responsive is (obsolete) responsible while appropriate is (obsolete) set apart for a particular use or person; reserved.

As adjectives the difference between responsive and appropriate

is that responsive is answering, replying or responding while appropriate is (obsolete) set apart for a particular use or person; reserved.

As a verb appropriate is

(archaic) to make suitable; to suit.

Appropriate vs Convince - What's the difference?

appropriate | convince |


As verbs the difference between appropriate and convince

is that appropriate is (archaic) to make suitable; to suit while convince is to make someone believe, or feel sure about something, especially by using logic, argument or evidence.

As an adjective appropriate

is (obsolete) set apart for a particular use or person; reserved.

Appropriate vs Withdraw - What's the difference?

appropriate | withdraw |


In lang=en terms the difference between appropriate and withdraw

is that appropriate is to set apart for, or assign to, a particular person or use, in exclusion of all others; with to'' or ''for while withdraw is to be in withdrawal from an addictive drug etc.

As verbs the difference between appropriate and withdraw

is that appropriate is (archaic) to make suitable; to suit while withdraw is to pull (something) back, aside, or away.

As an adjective appropriate

is (obsolete) set apart for a particular use or person; reserved.

Appropriate vs Impressive - What's the difference?

appropriate | impressive |


As adjectives the difference between appropriate and impressive

is that appropriate is (obsolete) set apart for a particular use or person; reserved while impressive is making, or tending to make, an impression; having power to impress; adapted to excite attention and feeling, to touch the sensibilities, or affect the conscience; as, an impressive discourse; an impressive scene.

As a verb appropriate

is (archaic) to make suitable; to suit.

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