bemused

Bemused vs Distressed - What's the difference?

bemused | distressed |


As verbs the difference between bemused and distressed

is that bemused is (bemuse) while distressed is (distress).

As adjectives the difference between bemused and distressed

is that bemused is deeply thoughtful; preoccupied while distressed is anxious or uneasy.

Bemused vs Confounded - What's the difference?

bemused | confounded |


As verbs the difference between bemused and confounded

is that bemused is (bemuse) while confounded is (confound).

As adjectives the difference between bemused and confounded

is that bemused is deeply thoughtful; preoccupied while confounded is confused; thwarted.

Bemused vs Nonplussed - What's the difference?

bemused | nonplussed |


As verbs the difference between bemused and nonplussed

is that bemused is (bemuse) while nonplussed is (nonplus).

As adjectives the difference between bemused and nonplussed

is that bemused is deeply thoughtful; preoccupied while nonplussed is bewildered; unsure how to respond or act.

Bemused vs Contemplative - What's the difference?

bemused | contemplative |


As adjectives the difference between bemused and contemplative

is that bemused is deeply thoughtful; preoccupied while contemplative is inclined to contemplate; introspective and thoughtful; meditative.

As a verb bemused

is (bemuse).

As a noun contemplative is

someone who has dedicated themselves to religious contemplation.

Enigma vs Bemused - What's the difference?

enigma | bemused |


As a proper noun enigma

is a german device used during world war ii to encode strategic messages.

As a verb bemused is

(bemuse).

As an adjective bemused is

deeply thoughtful; preoccupied.

Bemused vs Surprise - What's the difference?

bemused | surprise |


As verbs the difference between bemused and surprise

is that bemused is (bemuse) while surprise is to cause (someone) to feel unusually alarmed or delighted.

As adjectives the difference between bemused and surprise

is that bemused is deeply thoughtful; preoccupied while surprise is unexpected.

As a noun surprise is

something not expected.

Ambivalent vs Bemused - What's the difference?

ambivalent | bemused |


As adjectives the difference between ambivalent and bemused

is that ambivalent is simultaneously]] experiencing or expressing [[oppose|opposing or contradictory feelings, beliefs, or motivations while bemused is deeply thoughtful; preoccupied.

As a verb bemused is

(bemuse).

Bemused vs Amazed - What's the difference?

bemused | amazed |


As verbs the difference between bemused and amazed

is that bemused is (bemuse) while amazed is (amaze).

As adjectives the difference between bemused and amazed

is that bemused is deeply thoughtful; preoccupied while amazed is astonished; confounded with fear, surprise, or wonder; greatly surprised.

Triggered vs Bemused - What's the difference?

triggered | bemused |


As adjectives the difference between triggered and bemused

is that triggered is having a trigger that reacts to some specific condition while bemused is deeply thoughtful; preoccupied.

As verbs the difference between triggered and bemused

is that triggered is (trigger) while bemused is (bemuse).

Bedazzled vs Bemused - What's the difference?

bedazzled | bemused |


As verbs the difference between bedazzled and bemused

is that bedazzled is (bedazzle) while bemused is (bemuse).

As an adjective bemused is

deeply thoughtful; preoccupied.

Pages