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Deign vs Boon - What's the difference?

deign | boon |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between deign and boon

is that deign is (obsolete) to esteem worthy; to consider worth notice while boon is (obsolete) good; prosperous; as, "boon voyage".

As a verb deign

is to condescend; to accept as appropriate to one's dignity.

As a noun boon is

(obsolete) a prayer; petition or boon can be the woody portion of flax, separated from the fiber as refuse matter by retting, braking, and scutching.

As an adjective boon is

(obsolete) good; prosperous; as, "boon voyage".

Confer vs Deign - What's the difference?

confer | deign | Related terms |

Confer is a related term of deign.


In lang=en terms the difference between confer and deign

is that confer is to grant as a possession; to bestow while deign is to condescend to give; to do something.

As verbs the difference between confer and deign

is that confer is (obsolete|intransitive) to compare while deign is to condescend; to accept as appropriate to one's dignity.

Deign - What does it mean?

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Deign vs Stoop - What's the difference?

deign | stoop |


In lang=en terms the difference between deign and stoop

is that deign is to condescend to give; to do something while stoop is to cause to submit; to prostrate.

As verbs the difference between deign and stoop

is that deign is to condescend; to accept as appropriate to one's dignity while stoop is to bend the upper part of the body forward and downward.

As a noun stoop is

the staircase and landing or porch leading to the entrance of a residence or stoop can be a stooping (ie bent, see the "verb" section above) position of the body or stoop can be (dialect) a post or pillar, especially a gatepost or a support in a mine or stoop can be a vessel of liquor; a flagon.

Furnish vs Deign - What's the difference?

furnish | deign | Related terms |

Furnish is a related term of deign.


As verbs the difference between furnish and deign

is that furnish is (lb) to provide a place with furniture, or other equipment while deign is to condescend; to accept as appropriate to one's dignity.

As a noun furnish

is material used to create an engineered product.

Wikidiffcom vs Deign - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | deign |


As a verb deign is

to condescend; to accept as appropriate to one's dignity.

Deign vs Concede - What's the difference?

deign | concede | Related terms |

Deign is a related term of concede.


As verbs the difference between deign and concede

is that deign is to condescend; to accept as appropriate to one's dignity while concede is .

Deign vs Admit - What's the difference?

deign | admit | Related terms |

Deign is a related term of admit.


As verbs the difference between deign and admit

is that deign is to condescend; to accept as appropriate to one's dignity while admit is .

Give vs Deign - What's the difference?

give | deign | Synonyms |

Give is a synonym of deign.


In lang=en terms the difference between give and deign

is that give is to lead (onto or into) while deign is to condescend to give; to do something.

As verbs the difference between give and deign

is that give is (may take two objects) to move, shift, provide something abstract or concrete to someone or something or somewhere while deign is to condescend; to accept as appropriate to one's dignity.

As a noun give

is (uncountable) the amount of bending that something undergoes when a force is applied to it.

Impart vs Deign - What's the difference?

impart | deign | Related terms |

Impart is a related term of deign.


As verbs the difference between impart and deign

is that impart is to give a (l) or (l) while deign is to condescend; to accept as appropriate to one's dignity.

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