insisted

Insisted vs Requested - What's the difference?

insisted | requested |


As verbs the difference between insisted and requested

is that insisted is (insist) while requested is (request).

Insisted vs Declared - What's the difference?

insisted | declared |


As verbs the difference between insisted and declared

is that insisted is (insist) while declared is (declare).

Insisted vs Urged - What's the difference?

insisted | urged |


As verbs the difference between insisted and urged

is that insisted is (insist) while urged is (urge).

Insisted vs Urge - What's the difference?

insisted | urge |


As a verb insisted

is (insist).

As a noun urge is

gopher (a small burrowing furry rodent).

Insisted vs Emphatic - What's the difference?

insisted | emphatic |


As a verb insisted

is (insist).

As an adjective emphatic is

characterized by emphasis.

As a noun emphatic is

(phonology) an emphatic consonant.

Insisted vs Convinced - What's the difference?

insisted | convinced |


As verbs the difference between insisted and convinced

is that insisted is (insist) while convinced is (convince).

As an adjective convinced is

in a state of believing, especially from evidence but not necessarily.

Insisted vs Repeated - What's the difference?

insisted | repeated |


As verbs the difference between insisted and repeated

is that insisted is (insist) while repeated is (repeat).

As an adjective repeated is

having been said or done again.

Remained vs Insisted - What's the difference?

remained | insisted |


As verbs the difference between remained and insisted

is that remained is (remain) while insisted is (insist).

Insisted vs Recommended - What's the difference?

insisted | recommended |


As verbs the difference between insisted and recommended

is that insisted is (insist) while recommended is (recommend).

Insisted vs Pleaded - What's the difference?

insisted | pleaded |


As verbs the difference between insisted and pleaded

is that insisted is (insist) while pleaded is (british|excepting scotland), still used by some in the us (plead).

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