but

But vs Several - What's the difference?

but | several |


As nouns the difference between but and several

is that but is any piece of equipment used for writing with one's hand, except chalks while several is (obsolete) an area of land in private ownership (as opposed to common land).

As a determiner several is

separate, distinct; particular.

As an adverb several is

by itself; severally.

There vs But - What's the difference?

there | but |


As nouns the difference between there and but

is that there is that place while but is any piece of equipment used for writing with one's hand, except chalks.

As an adverb there

is (location) in a place or location (stated, implied or otherwise indicated) at some distance from the speaker (compare here ).

As an interjection there

is .

As a pronoun there

is .

But vs How - What's the difference?

but | how |


As nouns the difference between but and how

is that but is any piece of equipment used for writing with one's hand, except chalks while how is the means by which something is accomplished or how can be (dialectal) an artificial barrow or tumulus.

As an adverb how is

to what degree.

As a conjunction how is

in which way; in such way.

As an interjection how is

.

But vs Howbeit - What's the difference?

but | howbeit |


As a noun but

is any piece of equipment used for writing with one's hand, except chalks.

As a conjunction howbeit is

(archaic) although.

As an adverb howbeit is

(archaic) be that as it may; nevertheless.

But vs Cheek - What's the difference?

but | cheek |


As a noun but

is any piece of equipment used for writing with one's hand, except chalks.

As a proper noun cheek is

.

But vs As - What's the difference?

but | as |


As a noun but

is any piece of equipment used for writing with one's hand, except chalks.

As a contraction as is

.

Meantime vs But - What's the difference?

meantime | but |


As nouns the difference between meantime and but

is that meantime is the time spent waiting for another event; time in between while but is any piece of equipment used for writing with one's hand, except chalks.

As an adverb meantime

is during the interval; meanwhile.

Thought vs But - What's the difference?

thought | but |


As nouns the difference between thought and but

is that thought is form created in the mind, rather than the forms perceived through the five senses; an instance of thinking while but is any piece of equipment used for writing with one's hand, except chalks.

As a verb thought

is (think).

Such vs But - What's the difference?

such | but |


As a proper noun such

is .

As a noun but is

any piece of equipment used for writing with one's hand, except chalks.

Even vs But - What's the difference?

even | but |


As nouns the difference between even and but

is that even is while but is any piece of equipment used for writing with one's hand, except chalks.

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