dear

Dearth vs Dear - What's the difference?

dearth | dear |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between dearth and dear

is that dearth is (obsolete) dearness; the quality of being rare or costly while dear is (obsolete) dearly; at a high price.

As nouns the difference between dearth and dear

is that dearth is a period or condition when food is rare and hence expensive; famine while dear is a very kind, loving person.

As an adjective dear is

loved; lovable or dear can be severe(ly affected), sore.

As a verb dear is

(obsolete) to endear.

As an adverb dear is

(obsolete) dearly; at a high price.

Dear vs From - What's the difference?

dear | from |


As an adjective dear

is loved; lovable or dear can be severe(ly affected), sore.

As a noun dear

is a very kind, loving person.

As a verb dear

is (obsolete) to endear.

As an adverb dear

is (obsolete) dearly; at a high price.

As a preposition from is

with the source or provenance of or at.

Dear vs Genial - What's the difference?

dear | genial |


As adjectives the difference between dear and genial

is that dear is loved; lovable or dear can be severe(ly affected), sore while genial is great, fantastic.

As a noun dear

is a very kind, loving person.

As a verb dear

is (obsolete) to endear.

As an adverb dear

is (obsolete) dearly; at a high price.

Dear vs Geniality - What's the difference?

dear | geniality |


As nouns the difference between dear and geniality

is that dear is a very kind, loving person while geniality is the quality of being genial.

As an adjective dear

is loved; lovable or dear can be severe(ly affected), sore.

As a verb dear

is (obsolete) to endear.

As an adverb dear

is (obsolete) dearly; at a high price.

Sheep vs Dear - What's the difference?

sheep | dear |


As nouns the difference between sheep and dear

is that sheep is a woolly ruminant of the genus ovis while dear is a very kind, loving person.

As an adjective dear is

loved; lovable or dear can be severe(ly affected), sore.

As a verb dear is

(obsolete) to endear.

As an adverb dear is

(obsolete) dearly; at a high price.

Dear vs Here - What's the difference?

dear | here |


As nouns the difference between dear and here

is that dear is a very kind, loving person while here is a time.

As an adjective dear

is loved; lovable or dear can be severe(ly affected), sore.

As a verb dear

is (obsolete) to endear.

As an adverb dear

is (obsolete) dearly; at a high price.

Dear vs Pricy - What's the difference?

dear | pricy |


As adjectives the difference between dear and pricy

is that dear is loved; lovable or dear can be severe(ly affected), sore while pricy is (informal).

As a noun dear

is a very kind, loving person.

As a verb dear

is (obsolete) to endear.

As an adverb dear

is (obsolete) dearly; at a high price.

Dear vs Hello - What's the difference?

dear | hello |


As nouns the difference between dear and hello

is that dear is a very kind, loving person while hello is "!" or an equivalent greeting.

As verbs the difference between dear and hello

is that dear is (obsolete) to endear while hello is to greet with "hello".

As an adjective dear

is loved; lovable or dear can be severe(ly affected), sore.

As an adverb dear

is (obsolete) dearly; at a high price.

As an interjection hello is

.

Dear vs D - What's the difference?

dear | d |


As an adjective dear

is loved; lovable or dear can be severe(ly affected), sore.

As a noun dear

is a very kind, loving person.

As a verb dear

is (obsolete) to endear.

As an adverb dear

is (obsolete) dearly; at a high price.

As a letter d is

the fourth letter of the.

As a numeral d is

cardinal number five hundred (500).

As a symbol d is

deuterium, when it needs to be distinguished from ordinary hydrogen.

Dear vs Respected - What's the difference?

dear | respected |


As adjectives the difference between dear and respected

is that dear is loved; lovable or dear can be severe(ly affected), sore while respected is describing one considered to be deserving of respect, who is due special honor or appreciation.

As verbs the difference between dear and respected

is that dear is (obsolete) to endear while respected is (respect).

As a noun dear

is a very kind, loving person.

As an adverb dear

is (obsolete) dearly; at a high price.

Pages