citizen

Occupier vs Citizen - What's the difference?

occupier | citizen | Related terms |

Occupier is a related term of citizen.


As nouns the difference between occupier and citizen

is that occupier is a proponent or supporter of the occupy wall street movement while citizen is a pupil of.

Occupant vs Citizen - What's the difference?

occupant | citizen | Related terms |

Occupant is a related term of citizen.


As nouns the difference between occupant and citizen

is that occupant is a person who occupies a place or a position while citizen is a pupil of.

Citizen vs Society - What's the difference?

citizen | society |


As nouns the difference between citizen and society

is that citizen is a pupil of while society is (lb) a long-standing group of people sharing cultural aspects such as language, dress, norms of behavior and artistic forms.

Man vs Citizen - What's the difference?

man | citizen |


As a pronoun man

is i.

As a noun citizen is

a pupil of.

Peasant vs Citizen - What's the difference?

peasant | citizen |


As nouns the difference between peasant and citizen

is that peasant is a member of the lowly social class which toils on the land, constituted by small farmers and tenants, sharecroppers, farmhands and other laborers on the land where they form the main labor force in agriculture and horticulture while citizen is a pupil of.

Citizen vs Citation - What's the difference?

citizen | citation |


As nouns the difference between citizen and citation

is that citizen is a pupil of while citation is an official summons or notice given to a person to appear; the paper containing such summons or notice.

Commons vs Citizen - What's the difference?

commons | citizen |


As a proper noun commons

is (politics) the house of commons, part of the parliament under the westminister system of parliamentary democracy.

As a noun citizen is

a pupil of.

Democracy vs Citizen - What's the difference?

democracy | citizen |


As nouns the difference between democracy and citizen

is that democracy is (uncountable) rule by the people, especially as a form of government; either directly or through elected representatives (representative democracy) while citizen is a pupil of.

Citizen vs Vassal - What's the difference?

citizen | vassal |


As nouns the difference between citizen and vassal

is that citizen is a pupil of while vassal is (historical) the grantee of a fief, feud, or fee; one who keeps land of a superior, and who vows fidelity and homage to him, normally a lord of a manor; a feudatory; a feudal tenant.

As an adjective vassal is

resembling a vassal; slavish; servile.

As a verb vassal is

to treat as a vassal or to reduce to the position of a vassal; to subject to control; to enslave.

Townsfolk vs Citizen - What's the difference?

townsfolk | citizen |


As nouns the difference between townsfolk and citizen

is that townsfolk is the people who live in a town, especially the lower and middle classes while citizen is a pupil of.

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