cite

Remember vs Cite - What's the difference?

remember | cite |


As a verb remember

is to recall from one's memory; to have an image in one's memory.

As an adjective cite is

full, brim-full.

As a noun cite is

wedge, short spear or stick.

Cite vs Display - What's the difference?

cite | display |


As nouns the difference between cite and display

is that cite is wedge, short spear or stick while display is a show or spectacle.

As an adjective cite

is full, brim-full.

As a verb display is

(obsolete) to spread out, to unfurl.

Illustrate vs Cite - What's the difference?

illustrate | cite |


As a verb illustrate

is (obsolete) to shed light upon; to illuminate.

As an adjective cite is

full, brim-full.

As a noun cite is

wedge, short spear or stick.

Cite vs Prove - What's the difference?

cite | prove |


As an adjective cite

is full, brim-full.

As a noun cite

is wedge, short spear or stick.

As a verb prove is

.

Subpoena vs Cite - What's the difference?

subpoena | cite |


As nouns the difference between subpoena and cite

is that subpoena is (legal) a writ requiring someone to appear in court to give testimony while cite is wedge, short spear or stick.

As a verb subpoena

is to summon with a subpoena.

As an adjective cite is

full, brim-full.

Dictate vs Cite - What's the difference?

dictate | cite |


As nouns the difference between dictate and cite

is that dictate is an order or command while cite is wedge, short spear or stick.

As a verb dictate

is to order, command, control.

As an adjective cite is

full, brim-full.

Commend vs Cite - What's the difference?

commend | cite |


As nouns the difference between commend and cite

is that commend is (obsolete) commendation; praise while cite is wedge, short spear or stick.

As a verb commend

is to congratulate or reward.

As an adjective cite is

full, brim-full.

Cite vs Infer - What's the difference?

cite | infer |


As an adjective cite

is full, brim-full.

As a noun cite

is wedge, short spear or stick.

As a verb infer is

to introduce (something) as a reasoned conclusion; to conclude by reasoning or deduction, as from premises or evidence.

Cite vs State - What's the difference?

cite | state |


As an adjective cite

is full, brim-full.

As a noun cite

is wedge, short spear or stick.

As a verb state is

.

Cite vs Quate - What's the difference?

cite | quate |


As adjectives the difference between cite and quate

is that cite is full, brim-full while quate is (scotland) quiet.

As a noun cite

is wedge, short spear or stick.

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