fain

Fain vs Ticket - What's the difference?

fain | ticket |


As an adjective fain

is (label) well-pleased; glad; apt; wont; fond; inclined.

As an adverb fain

is (archaic) with joy; gladly.

As a verb fain

is (archaic) to be delighted or glad; to rejoice.

As a noun ticket is

ticket.

Fain vs Sunshine - What's the difference?

fain | sunshine |


As adjectives the difference between fain and sunshine

is that fain is (label) well-pleased; glad; apt; wont; fond; inclined while sunshine is open to and permitting public access, especially with regard to activities that were previously closed-door or back-room meetings.

As an adverb fain

is (archaic) with joy; gladly.

As a verb fain

is (archaic) to be delighted or glad; to rejoice.

As a noun sunshine is

the direct rays, light or warmth of the sunwebster's college dictionary , random house, 2001.

Fain vs Miss - What's the difference?

fain | miss |


As an adjective fain

is (label) well-pleased; glad; apt; wont; fond; inclined.

As an adverb fain

is (archaic) with joy; gladly.

As a verb fain

is (archaic) to be delighted or glad; to rejoice.

As a noun miss is

form of address for an unmarried woman.

Fane vs Fain - What's the difference?

fane | fain |


As verbs the difference between fane and fain

is that fane is while fain is (archaic) to be delighted or glad; to rejoice.

As adjectives the difference between fane and fain

is that fane is faded while fain is (label) well-pleased; glad; apt; wont; fond; inclined.

As an adverb fain is

(archaic) with joy; gladly.

Fain vs Feint - What's the difference?

fain | feint |


As adjectives the difference between fain and feint

is that fain is (label) well-pleased; glad; apt; wont; fond; inclined while feint is (obsolete) feigned; counterfeit.

As verbs the difference between fain and feint

is that fain is (archaic) to be delighted or glad; to rejoice while feint is to make a feint, or mock attack.

As an adverb fain

is (archaic) with joy; gladly.

As a noun feint is

a movement made to confuse the opponent, a dummy.

Fain vs Fine - What's the difference?

fain | fine |


As verbs the difference between fain and fine

is that fain is (archaic) to be delighted or glad; to rejoice while fine is .

As an adjective fain

is (label) well-pleased; glad; apt; wont; fond; inclined.

As an adverb fain

is (archaic) with joy; gladly.

Good vs Fain - What's the difference?

good | fain |


As a proper noun good

is .

As an adjective fain is

(label) well-pleased; glad; apt; wont; fond; inclined.

As an adverb fain is

(archaic) with joy; gladly.

As a verb fain is

(archaic) to be delighted or glad; to rejoice.

Fain vs Willing - What's the difference?

fain | willing |


As adjectives the difference between fain and willing

is that fain is (label) well-pleased; glad; apt; wont; fond; inclined while willing is ready to do something that is not (can't be expected as) a matter of course.

As verbs the difference between fain and willing

is that fain is (archaic) to be delighted or glad; to rejoice while willing is .

As an adverb fain

is (archaic) with joy; gladly.

As a noun willing is

(rare|or|obsolete) the execution of a will.

Wikidiffcom vs Fain - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | fain |


As an adjective fain is

(label) well-pleased; glad; apt; wont; fond; inclined.

As an adverb fain is

(archaic) with joy; gladly.

As a verb fain is

(archaic) to be delighted or glad; to rejoice.

Fain vs Unfain - What's the difference?

fain | unfain |


As adjectives the difference between fain and unfain

is that fain is (label) well-pleased; glad; apt; wont; fond; inclined while unfain is not fain; sorrowful; sorry.

As an adverb fain

is (archaic) with joy; gladly.

As a verb fain

is (archaic) to be delighted or glad; to rejoice.

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