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Aroused vs Inflamed - What's the difference?

aroused | inflamed | Related terms |

Aroused is a related term of inflamed.


As verbs the difference between aroused and inflamed

is that aroused is (arouse) while inflamed is (inflame).

As an adjective inflamed is

resulting from or affected by inflammation.

Exasperated vs Aroused - What's the difference?

exasperated | aroused | Related terms |

Exasperated is a related term of aroused.


As verbs the difference between exasperated and aroused

is that exasperated is (exasperate) while aroused is (arouse).

As an adjective exasperated

is greatly annoyed; made furious.

Aroused vs Excited - What's the difference?

aroused | excited |


As verbs the difference between aroused and excited

is that aroused is (arouse) while excited is .

As an adjective excited is

having great enthusiasm.

Created vs Aroused - What's the difference?

created | aroused |


As verbs the difference between created and aroused

is that created is while aroused is (arouse).

Raised vs Aroused - What's the difference?

raised | aroused |


As verbs the difference between raised and aroused

is that raised is (raise) while aroused is (arouse).

Raise vs Aroused - What's the difference?

raise | aroused |


As verbs the difference between raise and aroused

is that raise is (label) to cause to rise; to lift or elevate while aroused is (arouse).

As a noun raise

is (us) an increase in wages or salary; a rise (uk).

Aroused vs Ecstatic - What's the difference?

aroused | ecstatic |


As a verb aroused

is (arouse).

As an adjective ecstatic is

feeling or characterized by ecstasy.

As a noun ecstatic is

(in the plural) transports of delight; words or actions performed in a state of ecstasy.

Aroused vs Cheeky - What's the difference?

aroused | cheeky |


As a verb aroused

is (arouse).

As an adjective cheeky is

(informal) impudent; impertinent; impertinently bold, often in a way that is regarded as endearing or amusing.

Agitated vs Aroused - What's the difference?

agitated | aroused |


As verbs the difference between agitated and aroused

is that agitated is (agitate) while aroused is (arouse).

Aroused vs Activated - What's the difference?

aroused | activated |


As verbs the difference between aroused and activated

is that aroused is (arouse) while activated is (activate).

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