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Keen vs Inquisitive - What's the difference?

keen | inquisitive |


As adjectives the difference between keen and inquisitive

is that keen is showing a quick and ardent willingness or responsiveness, enthusiastic, eager; interested, intense while inquisitive is eager to acquire knowledge.

As a verb keen

is (rare) to sharpen; to make cold or keen can be to utter a keen.

As a noun keen

is a prolonged wail for a deceased person.

Keen vs Hot - What's the difference?

keen | hot | Related terms |

Keen is a related term of hot.


As nouns the difference between keen and hot

is that keen is a prolonged wail for a deceased person while hot is a whit, a bit.

As an adjective keen

is showing a quick and ardent willingness or responsiveness, enthusiastic, eager; interested, intense.

As a verb keen

is (rare) to sharpen; to make cold or keen can be to utter a keen.

Keen vs Ernest - What's the difference?

keen | ernest |


As nouns the difference between keen and ernest

is that keen is a prolonged wail for a deceased person while ernest is .

As an adjective keen

is showing a quick and ardent willingness or responsiveness, enthusiastic, eager; interested, intense.

As a verb keen

is (rare) to sharpen; to make cold or keen can be to utter a keen.

Engaging vs Keen - What's the difference?

engaging | keen | Related terms |

Engaging is a related term of keen.


As adjectives the difference between engaging and keen

is that engaging is that engages the attention; engrossing, interesting; enthralling while keen is showing a quick and ardent willingness or responsiveness, enthusiastic, eager; interested, intense.

As verbs the difference between engaging and keen

is that engaging is while keen is (rare) to sharpen; to make cold or keen can be to utter a keen.

As a noun keen is

a prolonged wail for a deceased person.

Keen vs Violent - What's the difference?

keen | violent | Related terms |

Keen is a related term of violent.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between keen and violent

is that keen is (obsolete) brave, courageous; bold, audacious while violent is (obsolete) an assailant.

As adjectives the difference between keen and violent

is that keen is showing a quick and ardent willingness or responsiveness, enthusiastic, eager; interested, intense while violent is involving extreme force or motion.

As verbs the difference between keen and violent

is that keen is (rare) to sharpen; to make cold or keen can be to utter a keen while violent is (archaic) to urge with violence.

As nouns the difference between keen and violent

is that keen is a prolonged wail for a deceased person while violent is (obsolete) an assailant.

Tact vs Keen - What's the difference?

tact | keen |


As nouns the difference between tact and keen

is that tact is the sense of touch; feeling while keen is a prolonged wail for a deceased person.

As verbs the difference between tact and keen

is that tact is (psychology) to use a tact (a kind of verbal operant; see noun sense) while keen is (rare) to sharpen; to make cold or keen can be to utter a keen.

As an adjective keen is

showing a quick and ardent willingness or responsiveness, enthusiastic, eager; interested, intense.

Keen vs Tart - What's the difference?

keen | tart | Related terms |

Keen is a related term of tart.


As adjectives the difference between keen and tart

is that keen is showing a quick and ardent willingness or responsiveness, enthusiastic, eager; interested, intense while tart is sharp to the taste; acid; sour.

As verbs the difference between keen and tart

is that keen is (rare) to sharpen; to make cold or keen can be to utter a keen while tart is to practice prostitution.

As nouns the difference between keen and tart

is that keen is a prolonged wail for a deceased person while tart is a type of small open pie, or piece of pastry, containing jelly or conserve; a sort of fruit pie or tart can be (british|slang) a prostitute.

Keen vs Intelligent - What's the difference?

keen | intelligent | Related terms |

Keen is a related term of intelligent.


As adjectives the difference between keen and intelligent

is that keen is showing a quick and ardent willingness or responsiveness, enthusiastic, eager; interested, intense while intelligent is of high or especially quick cognitive capacity, bright.

As a verb keen

is (rare) to sharpen; to make cold or keen can be to utter a keen.

As a noun keen

is a prolonged wail for a deceased person.

Keen vs Inviting - What's the difference?

keen | inviting | Related terms |

Keen is a related term of inviting.


As adjectives the difference between keen and inviting

is that keen is showing a quick and ardent willingness or responsiveness, enthusiastic, eager; interested, intense while inviting is alluring; tempting; attractive.

As verbs the difference between keen and inviting

is that keen is (rare) to sharpen; to make cold or keen can be to utter a keen while inviting is .

As a noun keen

is a prolonged wail for a deceased person.

Keen vs Gripping - What's the difference?

keen | gripping | Related terms |

Keen is a related term of gripping.


As adjectives the difference between keen and gripping

is that keen is showing a quick and ardent willingness or responsiveness, enthusiastic, eager; interested, intense while gripping is catching the attention; exciting; interesting; absorbing; fascinating.

As verbs the difference between keen and gripping

is that keen is (rare) to sharpen; to make cold or keen can be to utter a keen while gripping is .

As nouns the difference between keen and gripping

is that keen is a prolonged wail for a deceased person while gripping is (pinching and spasmodic pain in the intestines).

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