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Elite vs Lit - What's the difference?

elite | lit |


As nouns the difference between elite and lit

is that elite is elite while lit is .

Lit vs Shine - What's the difference?

lit | shine |


As nouns the difference between lit and shine

is that lit is while shine is brightness from a source of light.

As a verb shine is

to emit light or shine can be to cause (something) to shine; put a shine on (something); polish (something).

Lit vs Cool - What's the difference?

lit | cool |


As a noun lit

is .

As an acronym cool is

(computing) clips object]]-oriented [[language|language .

Lighten vs Lit - What's the difference?

lighten | lit |


As a verb lighten

is to alleviate; to reduce the burden of.

As a noun lit is

.

Lit vs Crunk - What's the difference?

lit | crunk |


As nouns the difference between lit and crunk

is that lit is while crunk is a type of hip hop that originated in the southern united states.

As a verb crunk is

(obsolete|intransitive) to cry like a crane.

As an adjective crunk is

(us|slang) crazy and drunk; according to the [http://wwwdoubletonguedorg/ double-tongued word wrester] dictionary, [http://wwwdoubletonguedorg/indexphp/dictionary/crunk/ good, phat, fine].

Little vs Lit - What's the difference?

little | lit |


As a proper noun little

is .

As a noun lit is

.

Lit vs Lited - What's the difference?

lit | lited |


As a noun lit

is .

As a verb lited is

(lite).

Lute vs Lit - What's the difference?

lute | lit |


As nouns the difference between lute and lit

is that lute is a fretted stringed instrument, similar to a guitar, having a bowl-shaped body or soundbox or lute can be thick sticky clay or cement used to close up a hole or gap, especially to make something air-tight while lit is .

As a verb lute

is to play on a lute, or as if on a lute or lute can be to fix or fasten something with lute.

Illuminate vs Lit - What's the difference?

illuminate | lit |


As nouns the difference between illuminate and lit

is that illuminate is someone thought to have an unusual degree of enlightenment while lit is .

As a verb illuminate

is to shine light on something.

As an adjective illuminate

is (obsolete) enlightened.

Lit vs Lirt - What's the difference?

lit | lirt |


As nouns the difference between lit and lirt

is that lit is while lirt is deception; guile.

As a verb lirt is

to deceive; beguile or lirt can be to toss.

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