captive

Captive vs Confine - What's the difference?

captive | confine |


As a verb captive

is .

As an adjective confine is

stale.

Captive vs Apprehend - What's the difference?

captive | apprehend |


As verbs the difference between captive and apprehend

is that captive is while apprehend is (archaic) to take or seize; to take hold of.

Captive vs Captives - What's the difference?

captive | captives |


As verbs the difference between captive and captives

is that captive is while captives is .

Detain vs Captive - What's the difference?

detain | captive |


As verbs the difference between detain and captive

is that detain is keep (someone) from proceeding by holding them back or making claims on their attention while captive is .

Monopoly vs Captive - What's the difference?

monopoly | captive |


As a proper noun monopoly

is a board game in which players use play money to buy and trade properties, with the objective of forcing opponents into bankruptcy.

As a verb captive is

.

Spellbind vs Captive - What's the difference?

spellbind | captive |


As verbs the difference between spellbind and captive

is that spellbind is to attract one's attention as if by a magic spell while captive is .

Prey vs Captive - What's the difference?

prey | captive |


As a noun prey

is (archaic) anything, as goods, etc, taken or got by violence; anything taken by force from an enemy in war; spoil; booty; plunder.

As a verb captive is

.

Capt vs Captive - What's the difference?

capt | captive |


As a noun capt

is .

As a verb captive is

.

Captive vs Henchman - What's the difference?

captive | henchman | Related terms |

Captive is a related term of henchman.


As a verb captive

is .

As a noun henchman is

a loyal and trusted follower or subordinate.

Detainee vs Captive - What's the difference?

detainee | captive |


As a noun detainee

is someone who is detained, especially in custody or confinement.

As a verb captive is

.

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