compulsion

Composition vs Compulsion - What's the difference?

composition | compulsion |


As nouns the difference between composition and compulsion

is that composition is the proportion of different parts to make a whole while compulsion is obsession.

Strength vs Compulsion - What's the difference?

strength | compulsion | Related terms |

Strength is a related term of compulsion.


As nouns the difference between strength and compulsion

is that strength is the quality or degree of being strong while compulsion is obsession.

As a verb strength

is (obsolete) to give strength to; to strengthen.

Seizure vs Compulsion - What's the difference?

seizure | compulsion |


As nouns the difference between seizure and compulsion

is that seizure is the act of taking possession, as by force or right of law while compulsion is obsession.

Vehemence vs Compulsion - What's the difference?

vehemence | compulsion | Related terms |

Vehemence is a related term of compulsion.


As nouns the difference between vehemence and compulsion

is that vehemence is vehemence while compulsion is obsession.

Primacy vs Compulsion - What's the difference?

primacy | compulsion |


As nouns the difference between primacy and compulsion

is that primacy is the state or condition of being prime or first, as in time, place, rank, etc, hence, excellency; supremacy while compulsion is obsession.

Pulsion vs Compulsion - What's the difference?

pulsion | compulsion |


As nouns the difference between pulsion and compulsion

is that pulsion is while compulsion is obsession.

Compulsion vs Persuasion - What's the difference?

compulsion | persuasion |


As nouns the difference between compulsion and persuasion

is that compulsion is obsession while persuasion is persuasion.

Might vs Compulsion - What's the difference?

might | compulsion | Related terms |

Might is a related term of compulsion.


As nouns the difference between might and compulsion

is that might is (uncountable) power, strength, force or influence held by a person or group while compulsion is obsession.

As an adjective might

is mighty; powerful; possible.

As a verb might

is (lb) used to indicate conditional or possible actions.

Urgency vs Compulsion - What's the difference?

urgency | compulsion | Related terms |

Urgency is a related term of compulsion.


As nouns the difference between urgency and compulsion

is that urgency is the quality or condition of being urgent; insistence; pressure; as, the urgency of a demand or an occasion while compulsion is obsession.

Compulsion vs Need - What's the difference?

compulsion | need | Related terms |

Compulsion is a related term of need.


As nouns the difference between compulsion and need

is that compulsion is obsession while need is a requirement for something.

As a verb need is

to be necessary (to someone).

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