considered

Considered vs Promised - What's the difference?

considered | promised |


As verbs the difference between considered and promised

is that considered is (consider) while promised is (promise).

Considered vs Concerning - What's the difference?

considered | concerning |


As verbs the difference between considered and concerning

is that considered is (consider) while concerning is .

As an adjective concerning is

causing concern; worrisome.

As a preposition concerning is

regarding, respecting.

As a noun concerning is

that which one is concerned in; one's business.

Viewed vs Considered - What's the difference?

viewed | considered |


As verbs the difference between viewed and considered

is that viewed is (view) while considered is (consider).

Pretentious vs Considered - What's the difference?

pretentious | considered |


As an adjective pretentious

is marked by an unwarranted claim to importance or distinction.

As a verb considered is

(consider).

Good vs Considered - What's the difference?

good | considered |


As a proper noun good

is .

As a verb considered is

(consider).

Constitute vs Considered - What's the difference?

constitute | considered |


As verbs the difference between constitute and considered

is that constitute is to cause to stand; to establish; to enact while considered is (consider).

As a noun constitute

is (obsolete) an established law.

Conceived vs Considered - What's the difference?

conceived | considered |


As verbs the difference between conceived and considered

is that conceived is (conceive) while considered is (consider).

Used vs Considered - What's the difference?

used | considered |


As verbs the difference between used and considered

is that used is (use) while considered is (consider).

As an adjective used

is that is or has or have been used.

Considered vs Designed - What's the difference?

considered | designed |


As verbs the difference between considered and designed

is that considered is (consider) while designed is (design).

As an adjective designed is

created according to a design.

Considerably vs Considered - What's the difference?

considerably | considered |


As an adverb considerably

is significantly; to a degree worth considering.

As a verb considered is

(consider).

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