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Sear vs Burned - What's the difference?

sear | burned |


As verbs the difference between sear and burned

is that sear is to char, scorch, or burn the surface of something with a hot instrument while burned is (burn).

As an adjective sear

is dry; withered, especially of vegetation.

As a noun sear

is a scar produced by searing.

Singed vs Burned - What's the difference?

singed | burned |


As verbs the difference between singed and burned

is that singed is (singe) while burned is (burn).

Ignited vs Burned - What's the difference?

ignited | burned |


As verbs the difference between ignited and burned

is that ignited is (ignite) while burned is (burn).

Combustion vs Burned - What's the difference?

combustion | burned |


As a noun combustion

is combustion.

As a verb burned is

(burn).

Affliction vs Burned - What's the difference?

affliction | burned |


As a noun affliction

is a state of pain, suffering, distress or agony.

As a verb burned is

(burn).

Burned vs Blackened - What's the difference?

burned | blackened |


As verbs the difference between burned and blackened

is that burned is (burn) while blackened is (blacken).

As an adjective blackened is

darkened to the degree that something appears almost black in color.

Burned vs Scorched - What's the difference?

burned | scorched |


As verbs the difference between burned and scorched

is that burned is (burn) while scorched is (scorch).

As an adjective scorched is

dried, damaged or burnt by exposure to sunlight or heat.

Stung vs Burned - What's the difference?

stung | burned |


As verbs the difference between stung and burned

is that stung is (sting) while burned is (burn).

Charred vs Burned - What's the difference?

charred | burned |


As verbs the difference between charred and burned

is that charred is (char) while burned is (burn).

As an adjective charred

is burnt, carbonized.

Burned vs Cold - What's the difference?

burned | cold |


As a verb burned

is (burn).

As an adjective cold is

(label) having a low temperature.

As a noun cold is

a condition of low temperature.

As an adverb cold is

while at low temperature.

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