continent

Continent vs Spotless - What's the difference?

continent | spotless | Related terms |

Continent is a related term of spotless.


As a proper noun continent

is (obsolete) the old world.

As a noun continent

is an encratite.

As an adjective spotless is

exceptionally clean.

Continent vs World - What's the difference?

continent | world |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between continent and world

is that continent is (obsolete) the old world while world is (obsolete) to introduce into the world; to bear (eg a child) -->.

As nouns the difference between continent and world

is that continent is an encratite while world is human collective existence; existence in general.

As a proper noun continent

is (obsolete) the old world.

As a verb world is

to consider or cause to be considered from a global perspective; to consider as a global whole, rather than making or focussing on national or other distinctions; compare globalise.

Undefiled vs Continent - What's the difference?

undefiled | continent | Related terms |

Undefiled is a related term of continent.


As an adjective undefiled

is free from stain, blemish, evil or corruption; immaculate; uncorrupted.

As a proper noun continent is

(obsolete) the old world.

As a noun continent is

an encratite.

Plate vs Continent - What's the difference?

plate | continent |


As an adjective plate

is (heraldry) (strewn) with plates.

As a proper noun continent is

(obsolete) the old world.

As a noun continent is

an encratite.

Permanent vs Continent - What's the difference?

permanent | continent |


As nouns the difference between permanent and continent

is that permanent is a chemical hair treatment imparting or removing curliness, whose effects typically last for a period of weeks; a perm while continent is an encratite.

As an adjective permanent

is without end, eternal.

As a verb permanent

is (dated) to perm (the hair).

As a proper noun continent is

(obsolete) the old world.

Piece vs Continent - What's the difference?

piece | continent |


As nouns the difference between piece and continent

is that piece is room (in a house, etc) while continent is an encratite.

As a proper noun continent is

(obsolete) the old world.

Continent vs State - What's the difference?

continent | state |


As a proper noun continent

is (obsolete) the old world.

As a noun continent

is an encratite.

As a verb state is

.

Land vs Continent - What's the difference?

land | continent |


As nouns the difference between land and continent

is that land is loin (the flesh above the hip bone) while continent is an encratite.

As a proper noun continent is

(obsolete) the old world.

Continent vs Range - What's the difference?

continent | range |


As nouns the difference between continent and range

is that continent is an encratite while range is homework.

As a proper noun continent

is (obsolete) the old world.

Sea vs Continent - What's the difference?

sea | continent |


As a verb sea

is to saw.

As a proper noun continent is

(obsolete) the old world.

As a noun continent is

an encratite.

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