example

Example vs Types - What's the difference?

example | types |


As a noun example

is something that is representative of all such things in a group.

As a verb example

is to be illustrated or exemplified (by).

As an adjective types is

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Simple vs Example - What's the difference?

simple | example |


As nouns the difference between simple and example

is that simple is (medicine) a preparation made from one plant, as opposed to something made from more than one plant while example is something that is representative of all such things in a group.

As verbs the difference between simple and example

is that simple is (transitive|intransitive|archaic) to gather simples, ie, medicinal herbs while example is to be illustrated or exemplified (by).

As an adjective simple

is uncomplicated; taken by itself, with nothing added.

Example vs Exampling - What's the difference?

example | exampling |


As verbs the difference between example and exampling

is that example is to be illustrated or exemplified (by) while exampling is .

As a noun example

is something that is representative of all such things in a group.

Example vs Samples - What's the difference?

example | samples |


As nouns the difference between example and samples

is that example is something that is representative of all such things in a group while samples is .

As verbs the difference between example and samples

is that example is to be illustrated or exemplified (by) while samples is (sample).

Inflow vs Example - What's the difference?

inflow | example |


As nouns the difference between inflow and example

is that inflow is the act or process of flowing in or into while example is something that is representative of all such things in a group.

As verbs the difference between inflow and example

is that inflow is to flow in while example is to be illustrated or exemplified (by).

Anecdote vs Example - What's the difference?

anecdote | example |


As nouns the difference between anecdote and example

is that anecdote is a short account of a real incident or person, often humorous or interesting while example is something that is representative of all such things in a group.

As a verb example is

to be illustrated or exemplified (by).

Type vs Example - What's the difference?

type | example |


As verbs the difference between type and example

is that type is while example is to be illustrated or exemplified (by).

As an adjective type

is stereotypical.

As a noun example is

something that is representative of all such things in a group.

Description vs Example - What's the difference?

description | example |


As nouns the difference between description and example

is that description is a sketch or account of anything in words; a portraiture or representation in language; an enumeration of the essential qualities of a thing or species while example is something that is representative of all such things in a group.

As a verb example is

to be illustrated or exemplified (by).

Give vs Example - What's the difference?

give | example |


As verbs the difference between give and example

is that give is (may take two objects) to move, shift, provide something abstract or concrete to someone or something or somewhere while example is to be illustrated or exemplified (by).

As nouns the difference between give and example

is that give is (uncountable) the amount of bending that something undergoes when a force is applied to it while example is something that is representative of all such things in a group.

Example vs Insistence - What's the difference?

example | insistence |


As nouns the difference between example and insistence

is that example is something that is representative of all such things in a group while insistence is the state of being insistent.

As a verb example

is to be illustrated or exemplified (by).

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