burned

Burned vs Cremation - What's the difference?

burned | cremation |


As a verb burned

is (burn).

As a noun cremation is

a burning; especially the act or practice of cremating the dead, burning a corpse.

Brunt vs Burned - What's the difference?

brunt | burned |


As a noun brunt

is the full adverse effects of; the chief consequences or negative results of a thing or event.

As a verb burned is

(burn).

Burned vs Unburned - What's the difference?

burned | unburned |


As a verb burned

is (burn).

As an adjective unburned is

not burned.

Burned vs Seared - What's the difference?

burned | seared |


As verbs the difference between burned and seared

is that burned is (burn) while seared is (sear).

As an adjective seared is

blackened by heat; scorched; burned.

Burned vs Lampblack - What's the difference?

burned | lampblack |


As verbs the difference between burned and lampblack

is that burned is (burn) while lampblack is to blacken using this form of carbon.

As a noun lampblack is

an amorphous form of carbon made from incompletely burned organic matter; used to make pigments and inks.

Burned vs Unburnt - What's the difference?

burned | unburnt |


As a verb burned

is (burn).

As a adjective unburnt is

not burnt or burned.

What is the difference between burned and burnt?

burned | burnt | Alternative forms |

Burnt is an alternative form of burned.

Burned is an alternative form of burnt.


As verbs the difference between burned and burnt

is that burned is (burn) while burnt is (burn).

As a adjective burnt is

(of food) carbonized.

What is the difference between burned and burn?

burned | burn |


As verbs the difference between burned and burn

is that burned is (burn) while burn is {{context|intransitive|lang=en}} to be consumed by fire, or at least in flames.

As a noun burn is

a physical injury caused by heat or cold or electricity or radiation or caustic chemicals or burn can be {{context|scotland|northern england|lang=en}} a stream.

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