companion

Companion vs Conrade - What's the difference?

companion | conrade |

Companion vs Matched - What's the difference?

companion | matched | Related terms |

Companion is a related term of matched.


As verbs the difference between companion and matched

is that companion is (obsolete) to be a companion to; to attend on; to accompany while matched is (match).

As a noun companion

is a friend, acquaintance, or partner; someone with whom one spends time or keeps company.

Companion vs Chaperon - What's the difference?

companion | chaperon | Related terms |

Companion is a related term of chaperon.


As nouns the difference between companion and chaperon

is that companion is a friend, acquaintance, or partner; someone with whom one spends time or keeps company while chaperon is an adult who accompanies or supervises one or more young, unmarried men or women during social occasions, usually with the specific intent of preventing some types of social or sexual interactions or illegal behavior.

As verbs the difference between companion and chaperon

is that companion is (obsolete) to be a companion to; to attend on; to accompany while chaperon is to accompany, to escort.

Companion vs Pity - What's the difference?

companion | pity |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between companion and pity

is that companion is (obsolete) to qualify as a companion; to make equal while pity is (obsolete) piety.

As nouns the difference between companion and pity

is that companion is a friend, acquaintance, or partner; someone with whom one spends time or keeps company while pity is (uncountable) a feeling of sympathy at the misfortune or suffering of someone or something.

As verbs the difference between companion and pity

is that companion is (obsolete) to be a companion to; to attend on; to accompany while pity is to feel pity for (someone or something).

As an interjection pity is

short form of what a pity.

Companion vs Bedfellow - What's the difference?

companion | bedfellow | Related terms |

Companion is a related term of bedfellow.


As nouns the difference between companion and bedfellow

is that companion is a friend, acquaintance, or partner; someone with whom one spends time or keeps company while bedfellow is one with whom one shares a bed.

As a verb companion

is (obsolete) to be a companion to; to attend on; to accompany.

Companion vs Assistant - What's the difference?

companion | assistant | Synonyms |

Companion is a synonym of assistant.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between companion and assistant

is that companion is (obsolete) to qualify as a companion; to make equal while assistant is (obsolete) someone who is present; a bystander, a witness.

As nouns the difference between companion and assistant

is that companion is a friend, acquaintance, or partner; someone with whom one spends time or keeps company while assistant is (obsolete) someone who is present; a bystander, a witness.

As a verb companion

is (obsolete) to be a companion to; to attend on; to accompany.

As an adjective assistant is

having a subordinate or auxiliary position.

Companion vs Lover - What's the difference?

companion | lover | Related terms |

Companion is a related term of lover.


As nouns the difference between companion and lover

is that companion is a friend, acquaintance, or partner; someone with whom one spends time or keeps company while lover is one who loves and cares for another person in a romantic way; a sweetheart, love, soulmate, boyfriend, or girlfriend.

As a verb companion

is (obsolete) to be a companion to; to attend on; to accompany.

Complementary vs Companion - What's the difference?

complementary | companion | Synonyms |

Complementary is a synonym of companion.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between complementary and companion

is that complementary is (obsolete) one skilled in compliments while companion is (obsolete) to qualify as a companion; to make equal.

As nouns the difference between complementary and companion

is that complementary is a complementary colour while companion is a friend, acquaintance, or partner; someone with whom one spends time or keeps company.

As an adjective complementary

is acting as a complement.

As a verb companion is

(obsolete) to be a companion to; to attend on; to accompany.

Parnter vs Companion - What's the difference?

parnter | companion |


As a noun companion is

a friend, acquaintance, or partner; someone with whom one spends time or keeps company.

As a verb companion is

(obsolete) to be a companion to; to attend on; to accompany.

Companion vs Matching - What's the difference?

companion | matching | Related terms |

Companion is a related term of matching.


As nouns the difference between companion and matching

is that companion is a friend, acquaintance, or partner; someone with whom one spends time or keeps company while matching is (graph theory) a set of independent edges in a given graph, ie a set of edges which do not intersect: so-called because pairs of vertices are "matched" to each other one-to-one.

As verbs the difference between companion and matching

is that companion is (obsolete) to be a companion to; to attend on; to accompany while matching is .

As an adjective matching is

the same as another; sharing the same design.

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