endear

Valuable vs Endear - What's the difference?

valuable | endear |


As a adjective valuable

is having a great value.

As a noun valuable

is a personal possession such as jewellery, of relatively great monetary value; — usually used in plural form.

As a verb endear is

(obsolete) to make (something) more precious or valuable.

Precious vs Endear - What's the difference?

precious | endear |


As a adjective precious

is of high value or worth, or seemingly regarded as such.

As a noun precious

is someone (or something) who is loved; a darling.

As a adverb precious

is .

As a verb endear is

(obsolete) to make (something) more precious or valuable.

Indear vs Endear - What's the difference?

indear | endear | Alternative forms |

Indear is an alternative form of endear.


As verbs the difference between indear and endear

is that indear is while endear is (obsolete) to make (something) more precious or valuable.

Endear vs Endearment - What's the difference?

endear | endearment |


As a verb endear

is (obsolete) to make (something) more precious or valuable.

As a noun endearment is

the act or process of endearing, of causing (something or someone) to be loved or to be the object of affection.

Endear vs Affection - What's the difference?

endear | affection |


As verbs the difference between endear and affection

is that endear is (obsolete) to make (something) more precious or valuable while affection is to feel an , emotion or love for.

As a noun affection is

the act of affecting or acting upon.

What is the difference between endear and dear?

endear | dear |


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

is that endear is (obsolete) to stress (something) as important; to exaggerate while dear is (obsolete) dearly; at a high price.

As verbs the difference between endear and dear

is that endear is (obsolete) to make (something) more precious or valuable while dear is (obsolete) to endear.

As a 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 adverb dear is

(obsolete) dearly; at a high price.

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