mere

Sole vs Mere - What's the difference?

sole | mere |


As a verb sole

is .

As a noun mere is

fear, awe.

Swamp vs Mere - What's the difference?

swamp | mere |


As nouns the difference between swamp and mere

is that swamp is a piece of wet, spongy land; low ground saturated with water; soft, wet ground which may have a growth of certain kinds of trees, but is unfit for agricultural or pastoral purposes while mere is fear, awe.

As a verb swamp

is to drench or fill with water.

Few vs Mere - What's the difference?

few | mere |


As a proper noun few

is (british) the pilots who fought in the battle of britain.

As a noun mere is

fear, awe.

Solely vs Mere - What's the difference?

solely | mere |


As an adverb solely

is alone; exclusively.

As a noun mere is

fear, awe.

Light vs Mere - What's the difference?

light | mere |


As a proper noun light

is .

As a noun mere is

fear, awe.

Mere vs Small - What's the difference?

mere | small |


As a noun mere

is fear, awe.

As a proper noun small is

.

Mere vs Harmless - What's the difference?

mere | harmless | Related terms |

Mere is a related term of harmless.


As a noun mere

is fear, awe.

As an adjective harmless is

incapable of causing harm or danger.

Mere vs Rare - What's the difference?

mere | rare |


As a noun mere

is fear, awe.

As an adjective rare is

(cooking|particularly meats) cooked very lightly, so the meat is still red (in the case of steak or beef in the general sense) or rare can be very uncommon; scarce or rare can be (obsolete) early.

As a verb rare is

(us|intransitive) to rear, rise up, start backwards.

Mere vs Filial - What's the difference?

mere | filial |


As a noun mere

is fear, awe.

As an adjective filial is

(not comparable) pertaining to or befitting a son or daughter.

Mere vs Important - What's the difference?

mere | important |


As a noun mere

is fear, awe.

As an adjective important is

important.

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