ceases

Ceases vs Stops - What's the difference?

ceases | stops |


As a verb ceases

is (cease).

As a noun stops is

.

Ceases - What does it mean?

ceases | |

is likely misspelled.


has no English definition.

As a verb ceases

is third-person singular of cease.

Cedes vs Ceases - What's the difference?

cedes | ceases |


As verbs the difference between cedes and ceases

is that cedes is third-person singular of cede while ceases is third-person singular of cease.

Ceases vs Eases - What's the difference?

ceases | eases |


As verbs the difference between ceases and eases

is that ceases is (cease) while eases is (ease).

Creases vs Ceases - What's the difference?

creases | ceases |


As verbs the difference between creases and ceases

is that creases is third-person singular of crease while ceases is third-person singular of cease.

As a noun creases

is plural of crease.

Ceases vs Ceased - What's the difference?

ceases | ceased |


As verbs the difference between ceases and ceased

is that ceases is third-person singular of cease while ceased is past tense of cease.

Ceases vs Cases - What's the difference?

ceases | cases |


As verbs the difference between ceases and cases

is that ceases is (cease) while cases is .

Ceasest vs Ceases - What's the difference?

ceasest | ceases |


As verbs the difference between ceasest and ceases

is that ceasest is (archaic) (cease) while ceases is (cease).

Teases vs Ceases - What's the difference?

teases | ceases |


As a noun teases

is .

As a verb ceases is

(cease).

Chases vs Ceases - What's the difference?

chases | ceases |


As a noun chases

is .

As a verb ceases is

(cease).

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